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Consilience and Altruism: Of the Other Way of Thinking and Stephanie Stone

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WHAT:
A Bio-Musical Imaginative Theoretical Tribute
written and created by Ana Isabel Ordonez

Improvisational patterns and concepts by Herb Robertson

Design created by Claude Marc Bourget

WHO:
The Herb Robertson Sextet with
Marty Erhlich, David Taylor, Terry McManus, Mark Helias & Jay Rosen

WHEN:
Sunday November 16, 2008 at 10:00pm

WHERE:
The Stone
New York City, New York 10009

COST:
$10

The sense of exhilaration that characterize Herb Robertson’s experiences under improvisational patterns is heightened for his new sextet as storytellers by his complicated and sincere intellectual and emotional active exertion, and by the intensity of struggling with a creative process under the pressure of a steady beat. From the outset of this performance the improvisers will enter into an artificial world of time in which reactions to the unfolding events of Stephanie must be immediate. The consequence of their music and action will be irreversible.

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