Christopher Cerrone’s powerful work Memory Palace returns in the sensitive hands of our very own Ian Rosenbaum. The work paints an evocative portrait of a formative period in a man’s life. It is paired with Pittsburgh composition legend Mathew Rosenblum’s haunting Falling – a sound portrait inspired by the imagined inner monologue of a 29 year old stewardess who fell to hear death when she was swept through an emergency door that suddenly sprang open. Inspired by James Dickey’s poem Falling, the evening is centered on the moments in time that shape who we are, have been, and might become.
*Don’t forget to BYO Wine/drink of choice, and join us at our smash-hit afterparties downstairs in the lobby! Help us get to know you better over a delicacy provided by a different PNME artist each night! Wineglasses provided.
*Never been to PNME? “First Limer” your ticket is free! Show up an hour before the concert starts and check in at the “First Limer” line.