David Grubbs Wendy Eisenberg By Russell Fine Low Res
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Bang on a Can Music Series: David Grubbs and Wendy Eisenberg

Sunday, June 9, 2024
3:30 pm–4:30 pm
Tickets include Museum admission / Free for members

Bang on a Can and The Noguchi Museum present a monthly series of live performances in the Museum’s first floor galleries.

On June 9, guitarists Wendy Eisenberg and David Grubbs go head-to-head in a rare meeting of these two mercurial and influential musicians. 

America/New_York 06/09/2024 03:30 PM 06/09/2024 04:30 PM Bang on a Can Music Series: David Grubbs and Wendy Eisenberg Bang on a Can and The Noguchi Museum present a monthly series of live performances in the Museum’s first floor galleries.On June 9, guitarists Wendy Eisenberg and David Grubbs go head-to-head in a rare… The Noguchi Museum

Wendy Eisenberg is an improviser and songwriter who uses guitar, pedals, tenor banjo, computer, synthesizer, and voice. Their work spans genres, from jazz to noise to avant-rock to delicate songs. Though often working solo as both a songwriter and improviser, they also perform in the rock band Editrix, and in endless other combinations of their heroes and peers including Bill Orcutt, Caroline Davis, Carla Kihlstedt, John Zorn, Billy Martin, and Allison Miller. 

David Grubbs has released fifteen solo albums and was a member of the groups Gastr del Sol, Bastro, and Squirrel Bait. He has performed with Tony Conrad, Pauline Oliveros, Luc Ferrari, Susan Howe, Will Oldham, the Red Krayola, and many others.


Bang on a Can Music Series

Now in its fourteenth season, the Bang on a Can Music Series at The Noguchi Museum presents an eclectic mix of artists performing music that defies genres. Concerts take place on second Sundays in June through September, at 3:30 pm. A reception with light food and drinks will follow each performance. 

Bang on a Can tickets include full access to The Noguchi Museum, and are priced the same as the Museum’s timed admission tickets: $16 general admission / $6 students and seniors / free for Museum members, children under 12, NYC public high school students, SNAP benefits recipients with a WIC/EBT card, visitors with disabilities and their carepartners, members of the press, and other free admission partnerships; see a full list of free programs at noguchi.org/visit. Walk-up guests will also be welcomed based on Museum capacity.

Seating is available for all guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors with special access requirements or accessibility questions may contact tickets@noguchi.org for assistance.

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