Ryoji Ikeda in Concert, Electronic Music for Your Eyes and Ears, Sept 10-11, NY

You will have to wait until October 18, 2010 to see Ruichi Sakamoto in concert in New York for his Solo Tour of the US marking the release of his new album 'Playing the Piano'.

Want to treat yourself to contemporary electronic sounds, Ryoji Ikeda will be serving music for your eyes and ears, making numbers dance with Ryoji Ikeda datamatics [ver. 2.0] on September 8 and 9 (both days at 8 PM) in New York.


The event is a collaboration between Japan Society and French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) and takes place at Florence Gould Hall, French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)   
55 East 59th Street, between Park and Madison Ave.

$18 / $12 Japan Society & FIAF members
(800) 982-2787
FIAF Box Office
Japan Society members, please use code "CTLJS for discount.

This concert is part of FIAF fourth annual Crossing the Line Festival which I will cover more in details later this week.

Musique Electronique for Tokyo Thursdays # 155

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