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Sinister Soiree: Malnoia meets Ensemble Mycelium

Sinister Soiree: Malnoia meets Ensemble Mycelium


Fri, March 29, 2024 7:45 PM, EDT

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A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Step into the chilling embrace of darkness at a double bill affair, Sinister Soirée, featuring the macabre sounds of the classical piano trio, Ensemble Mycelium, and the experimental chamber Jazz trio, Malnoia. As a Classical Keys & Groupmuse collaboration, featuring Grammy-nominated performers, this spine-tingling event is a departure from the traditional, bringing the bacchanal back to chamber music. Libations will be sold to help quell the fright, as surrealistic silent horror films, curated by German filmmaker Laurin Federlein, are projected throughout Loft393. Spectral spectators are encouraged to wear their creepy/sexiest soirée attire.

🎻 Set 1 @ 8:00pm
Ensemble Mycelium
Edward W. Hardy, violin
Molly Aronson, cello
Daniel Colalillo, piano
Shostakovich's Trio No. 2 (featuring the "Dance of Death")
Roslavets' Nocturne for violin and piano
Scriabin's Black Mass
da Falla's Ritual Fire Dance
Cassado's Dance of the Green Devil for cello and piano

🎹 Set 2 @ 9:15pm
Lucas Pino, bass clarinet
Benni von Gutzeit, viola
Jorn Swart, piano
Original compositions from the brilliant mind of Jorn Swart

What's the music?

Ensemble Mycelium will perform Shostakovich Trio No. 2 (featuring the "Dance of Death"), Roslavets Nocturne for violin and piano, Scriabin's Black Mass, da Falla's Ritual Fire Dance and Cassado's Dance of the Green Devil for cello and piano.

Malnoia will perform original works from the brilliant mind of the mad-scientist/composer Jorn Swart. Heralded by Downbeat Magazine as “a seamless interplay of unusual sonorities” and as “brimming with cryptic gifts and Delphic designs that confound and fascinate” by All About Jazz.


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