Our Next Event:

The Easily Satisfied Lover

an evening of vocal works from the period of early modernism, which turns its lens on archaic male narratives of romance and reframes them through the voice and sensibility of a 21st century woman.

Central to the evening is the performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s monodrama, Pierrot Lunaire, op. 21 (1912) – a fantastical setting of 21 poems by Belgian symbolist poet Albert Giraud and freely translated in German by Otto Erich Hartleben. The program is a creation of soprano Ariadne Greif, Los Angeles-based director Gray Palmer, and ISC’s founder/director Dan Barrett. It features conducting by maestro Christopher Lyndon-Gee; film footage by Swiss-Japanese filmmaker Caroline Mariko Stucky, especially created for this performance; and technical direction and stage management by Tyler Learned.

Sunday, April 15, 2018, 3:30 PM

@ St Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery

131 East 10th Street

Tickets are $20. General Admission/$15 for seniors, students & children at door.

For More information call 1-212-674-6377


Dan Barrett: 1-646-431-2818