Zosha is excited to announce the release of her debut album, Tachitipo, on New Focus Recordings on November 15, 2019!
Join Zosha to celebrate her debut album and for mini-performances of album tracks by Julia Den Boer and Diego Espinosa Cruz Gonzalez on November 17, 2019 at the Tenri Institute in New York City. More info, tickets, and RSVP here.
-Doors at 6:00pm: food & drink
-Mini-show at 7:30pm: w/ Julia Den Boer on "Dux", & Diego Espinosa performing "how many bodies have we to pass through"
$10 student discount
Ticket includes a complimentary disc or download of the album.
*Pre-purchase tickets recommended via Eventbrite.
Remaining tickets will be available at the door, space permitting.
The album features six eclectic chamber and solo works, both acoustic and electro-acoustic. The performers represent some of the most renowned contemporary artists today: vocal ensemble Ekmeles, Talea Ensemble, JACK Quartet, pianist Julia Den Boer, the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), Yarn/Wire, and percussionist Diego Espinosa Cruz Gonzalez in a special bonus video feature.
Tachitipo also highlights a unique collaboration with one of the top recording engineer-producers for classical music, Martha de Francisco, and the internationally-recognized conductor, Lorraine Vaillancourt, founder and musical director of the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne in Montreal.