Thursday, April 28
“Not everybody who is grating old bread is making breadcrumbs for a Wiener Schnitzel” (Yoko Tawada).
A grater, transformed into a musical instrument, accompanies Yoko Tawada’s and Aki Takase’s performance and marks their rhythms of speech. Internationally renowned jazz pianist Aki Takase lets ping pong balls bounce on the strings of her grand piano while German-Japanese author Yoko Tawada reads her pun-filled melodious poetry.
Tickets:$10 / free for students with valid ID Reservations 212.439.8700
For more information:
1) In English or German: Goethe-Institute New York(1014 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028; Tel 212.439.8700; www.goethe.de/newyork)
2) In Japanese: The Japan Foundation, New York(152 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019; Tel 212.489.0299; www.jfny.org/jfny)
- April 28, 2005
- 7:30 pm