Theremin Concert in New York City

There will be a Theremin concert next Wednesday, March 27th in New York City. It will take place at Joe’s Pub at the Public theater on 425 Lafayette Street. The show starts at 9:30PM. I think I will go to this one!

“Performances on Theremin by: Dorit Chrysler, Benjamin Ickies, Scott Robinson, Rob Schwimmer, & special guest Joe McGinty on Therevox. We are pleased to continue the NY Theremin Society’s concert series by announcing an exciting line-up of accomplished Theremin Virtuosos to perform March 27th at Joe’s Pub. Thereminists include Dorit Chrysler, Benjamin Ickes, Rob Schwimmer and Scott Robinson as well as special guest Joe McGinty on Therevox. Each player has their own unique style and approach to the instrument making for a night full of contrasts and musical surprises. ATTENTION: May contain some very rare theremin duetting or trios! Join the growing movement of infatuation with the Theremin in the 21st century!” –

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This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on March 14, 2013 at 2:13 pm, filed under hardware, live performance and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.


5 Responses to “Theremin Concert in New York City”

  1. Bobby Wilks via Facebook says:

    Best theremin song? Go!

  2. Bobby Wilks via Facebook says:

    My favorites: Gary Numan’s version of Satie’s “Gymnopedie III” and Project Pimento’s cover of Nancy Sinatra’s Bond Song, “You Only Live Twice” (yes, same song that’s sampled in Acen’s Trip II The Moon Darkside Mix)

  3. Benjamin Spencer via Facebook says:


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  5. Michelle says:

    Since the theremin is the electronic version of the musical saw… you guys might be interested to know that the 10th NYC Musical Saw Festival is coming up June 1st, with sawists from all over the world performing. This is Time magazine’s report of the last Saw Fest

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