yMusic and Dirty Projectors perform at Carnegie Hall this Friday, January 11th as part of the Wordless Music Series.

Acclaimed modern-classical ensemble yMusic will join Dirty Projectors this Friday, January 11th for an unforgettable evening of music at New York’s most iconic venue, Carnegie Hall. To celebrate, the Projectors’ Olga Bell has remixed the yMusic track “Proven Badlands” (written by St. Vincent’s Annie Clark), available for FREE to download and post below.

 

FREE DOWNLOAD: Olga Bell’s (Dirty Projectors) remix of yMusic’s “Proven Badlands”

(composed by St. Vincent’s Annie Clark):

www.newamsterdampresents.com/audio/yMusic/Proven_Badlands_Bell_Remix.mp3

 

The original version of the track premiered on Pitchfork and is featured on the group’s debut album Beautiful Mechanical (out now on New Amsterdam Records), which also includes works by Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond), Son Lux, and more. yMusic perform on Dirty Projectors’ Swing Lo Magellan, My Brightest Diamond’s All Things Will Unwind, and a forthcoming record of compositions by Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry. Its members also perform/tour with Bon Iver, Antony and The Johnsons, Ra Ra Riot, The National and more.

This Friday, yMusic will hit the stage first with a 45-minute set, including the world premiere of Nico Muhly’s “Balance Problems,” before joining the Dirty Projectors for select songs during the band’s career-spanning performance. It’s also recently been revealed that the groups will be joined by a very special unannounced guest.


“yMusic are part of a resourceful, engaged cluster of young classical musicians who are furiously networking a full-blown scene into existence. Collectively, they represent the movement’s best qualities: broad-minded, ambitious, eagerly collaborative.” – Pitchfork

“The group has set the bar high.” – The New York Times

 

yMusic with Dirty Projectors

at Carnegie Hall

Friday, January 11 2013. 8PM.

Tickets from $30 to $65

Event Link: http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2013/1/11/0800/PM/Dirty-Projectors