Attila Gyarfas (drums), Gabriel Zucker (keyboard), Gergo Kovats (saxophone), Erno Hock (bass).
Gabriel Zucker - keyboard; Gabriel Globus-Hoenich - drums.
Gabriel Zucker performs Messiaen's epic Vingt Regards Sur L'Enfant Jesus. Further dates TBA.
No Reference For Taste performs a short set as part of Spectrum's Brooklyn opening night party. Gabriel Zucker - keyboards, Tal Yahalom - guitar, Gabriel Globus-Hoenich - drums.
Music from our debut record Postcards. Last concert ever at Spectrum's Ludlow St location! Gabriel Zucker - guitars, vocals; Dan Kleederman - guitars, vocals; Bam Bam Rodriguez - bass; Connor Parks - drums.
Music from our debut record Postcards. With Maybe Shade.
Music from our debut record Evergreen, and new music from our forthcoming record Leftover Beats From The Edges Of Time.
Presented by the Abby Whiteside Foundation. Works by Ligeti and Zucker.
Presenting the release of our debut record Postcards. With Matteo Liberatore, Body Bag, and The People.
Presenting the release of our debut record Postcards.
Gabriel Zucker & Gabriel Globus-Hoenich | Quincy Chimich & Mark Ballyk | Erika Dohi & TBA
Gabriel Zucker - piano, Gabriel Globus-Hoenich - drums, Tal Yahalom - guitar, Walter Stinson - bass.
The Concord in 25-note extended Pythagorean tuning, presented by the American Festival of Microtonal Music. With additional notes performed on a second piano by Erika Dohi.
Soundpaper is Artemisz Polonyi (voice) and Gabriel Zucker (piano). In July the duo tours Europe, performing in Italy, Hungary, Austria, and Germany.
Lorena Del Mar (voice) and Gabriel Zucker (piano) play everything from jazz standards to classical compositions to folk songs.
Zucker|Yahalom|Sallet is the international creative music trio of Gabriel Zucker (piano, electronics, compositions; New York), Tal Yahalom (guitar; Israel), and Gregory Sallet (saxophone; France).
The complete cycle of Olivier Messiaen's transcendent Vingt Regards Sur L'Enfant Jesus, performed in a Gothic Cathedral.
Johannes Brahms, Violin Sonata No. 3; Clara Schumann, Drei Romanzen.
Featuring special guest Billy Mintz on drums. (At 7pm; not, as originally advertised, 8pm.)
Four Arms is Eric Trudel (saxophone) and Gabriel Zucker (piano, electronics). Collaborators from a number of creative music projects in New York, their duo will be touring Europe in March 2016 presenting For Better Or For Worse, a long-form partially-improvised meditation on the themes of progress and decay, based on a series of texts by European and American writers.
No Reference For Taste is a high-energy jazz duo (and sometime trio and quartet) from New York. Drawing on twentieth century classical music, hip-hop, Latin music, modern jazz, and rock and roll, pianist Gabriel Zucker and drummer Gabriel Globus-Hoenich transform complex original rhythmic material into dynamic, dance-music-esque grooves. The band has performed throughout the Northeast U.S. and Canada, and recorded their first record in September 2015, to be released later this year.
IHANCURAS is Artemisz Polonyi (voice) and Gabriel Zucker (piano). An international duo with wide-ranging musical backgrounds, they play a mixture of improvised music, original compositions, and reinterpretations of existing works spanning from Gabriel Faure art songs to Hungarian folk tunes, and jazz standards. Their January 2016 performance at Firehouse will be the duo's debut.
Pianist and composer Gabriel Zucker presents the Insomnia Lullabies Sextet, a (fairly) new project featuring singers Artemisz Polonyi and Lorena Del Mar Hernandez, with David Halpern (bass) and Nathan Ellman-Bell (drums), as well as live electronics by Jeff Snyder. The group overlays exploratory electroacoustic improvisation and austere soundscapes onto incongruently lyrical vocal themes lifted from Zucker’s indie-rock-inflected songwriting.
The Delegation performs excerpts of Evergreen (Canceled World) in advance of the group's debut record release.
Gabriel Zucker (piano), Dre Hocevar (drums), Lester St. Louis (cello), featuring Tony Malaby (saxophones), Henry Fraser (bass), and Chris Pitsiokos (alto saxophone).
The world premiere of Weighting, an extended new work inspired by Rachel Kushner's The Flamethrowers. Gabriel Zucker (piano), Tyshawn Sorey (drums), Adam O'Farrill (trumpet), Eric Trudel (tenor saxophone).