We apologize, but online ticket sales have ended. This does not mean that the event is necessarily sold out. This close to show time tickets are only available at the door.
For all sold out shows (Le) Poisson Rouge will do a ticket giveaway in the gallery bar 2 hours prior to the start of the show.
(Le) Poisson Rouge is offering patrons the opportunity to purchase tickets via a donation of their choosing.
The suggested ticket price is $10. Choose the number of tickets you would like, and on the following page you may enter the amount of the donation in the "CODE" box. EXAMPLE - if you want to donate three dollars type "THREE" into the code box.
The donation prices are only available for advance tickets.
All donations must be made in whole numbers.
Bridget Kibbey, harp
Music by: Jean-Philippe Rameau, André Caplet, Kati Agócs, Manuel de Falla, and Astor Piazzolla
As hailed by the New York Times, harpist Bridget Kibbey “…made it seem as though her instrument has been waiting all its life to explode with the gorgeous colors and energetic figures she gets from it.” A 2004 Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient, a winner of Astrals Artists’ 2003 Auditions, and most recently named a winner of Concert Artist Guild’s 2007 International Competition, harpist Bridget Kibbey has been featured in Symphony, MUSO, and Harp Column magazines, and has been featured on New York’s WQXR, NPR’s “Performance Today,” and A&E’s “Breakfast with the Arts.” She recently won the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s CMS II auditions, and will perform, tour, and record with the Society for three years, starting in 2009. Ms. Kibbey recently self-released an album of solo works, entitled “Love is Come Again,” named one of 2007’s Top Ten Recordings by TimeOut New York.
Emily Hope Price went to school for classical cello for a long time, when one day, she realized how happy it made her to write and sing her own music for cellos and xylophones about big songs and little loves... and how great it is to do it all l i v e... With a love of lots of different kinds of music (growing up with oldies from the 1920-1960s thanks to her dad and majorly crushing Michael Jackson in kindergarten- saving 300 pennies to buy a M.J. bio-book at the school book fair...) and the fantastic wonderment of composers like Part, Riech, Cage, and Crumb, Emily writes little songs about tragedies and sounds, heavy souls and thick colors... she also writes lonely cello songs that involve a little cellistic experimentation like acoustic distortion, multi-tracking, looping, sampling, with improvisation.
18+ or accompanied by legal guardian. This show is General Admission, first come, first serve. Seating is limited. A purchased ticket does not guarantee you a seat.