A MÔTÔ Spirits x Muzosynth Orchestra x Vogue UniverCity Massivemuse
Saturday, April 22nd at 7pm
MÔTÔ Spirits Distillery at 93 Forrest St., Brooklyn, NY, 11206
BROOKLYN, NY – On Saturday, April 22nd at 7pm, Groupmuse presents Muzosynth Orchestra, partnering with Vogue UniverCity and MÔTÔ Spirits, for an evening of “MÔTÔSynthesis”, an unprecedented collaboration of sound synthesis, live coding, and Vogueing. It takes place at MÔTÔ Spirits Distillery at 93 Forrest St, Brooklyn, NY. Tickets are $20, purchased at the event page, and $15 for Groupmuse Supermuser members.
Groupmuse is a worker- and musician-owned cooperative seeking to uplift artists and strengthen broader community bonds through live, intimate performances of historically-rooted music.
Their next Massivemuse, “MÔTÔSynthesis”, presents Muzosynth Orchestra (formerly the Moving Orchestra), who The Road to Sound has described as combining “lightness with their passion for complex improvisation, making experiences that feel both musically illuminating and human.”
Muzosynth-founders violinist Katherine Kyu Hyeon Lim and pianist Joey Chang combine with:
House of Zion founder and Vogueing dancer Pony Zion (featured on The Cut)
Dancers of Pony Zion’s Vogue UniverCity
Lumen Prize “Golden Award”-winning group Elekhlekha (synth-player Kengchakaj Kengkarnka and visual live coder Nitcha Fame Tothong)
Through each artists’ talent for on-the-spot improvisation, this unheard of combination presents a whole new way of performance.
Katherine and Joey share, “We are so excited for the incredible people we are gathering with. Combining the languages of electronic music, live coding, and Vogue is a monumental opportunity. In our first rehearsals with Pony Zion, we knew it was possible to build an incredible language together, and we have long admired the mindblowing collaboration between Kengchakaj and Nitcha. We all care so much about our communities of Black, Brown, and Asian artists, and we simply cannot wait to show what we’ve made together.”
For more information, visit the event page here (at http://grpm.us/fmgGWA).
About MÔTÔ Spirits
MÔTÔ Spirits creates small batch, rice-based whiskeys and specialty spirits inspired by discoveries during motorcycle trips around the world. Handcrafted in America’s first rice whiskey and Jabuka distillery, their adventurous spirits are inspired by travel and made in Brooklyn, New York.