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Stephanie Del Rosso

STEPHANIE JOY DEL ROSSO is the Dance Editor of the Brooklyn Rail.

Fiona Apple

I don’t remember the first time I heard Fiona Apple, but I’m almost positive it was in my sister’s car—just like with Radiohead’s Hail to the Thief,and Joni Mitchell’s Court and Spark, and even Outkast’s Stankonia.

Highly Selective Listings

Brooklyn Rail Highly Selective Music Events

A thoughtful, discerning and carefully compiled list of the most notable, promising and unique musical events for the month of April in New York City.

In Conversation

THE REAL FOLK BLUES
FERAL FOSTER with Stephanie Joy Del Rosso

Walking into the Jalopy Theatre and School of Music feels a little like walking into a time capsule. Christmas lights and a red velvet curtain frame the stage. A barman sells cheap beer from behind an old-fashioned cash register.

Zoe Keating at SubCulture

Besides a gramophone perched by the staircase, there is little trace of the antiquated at SubCulture, NoHo’s latest underground performance venue. The whole place has a squeaky kind of newness to it, perhaps because it opened its doors a mere two Septembers ago,

MATA April 17, 2014
That Which Remains

The playwright Kirk Lynn once said in an interview that he wanted to abolish all experts in art. He loathes the energy we waste carping about our dislikes.

In Conversation

GERARD & KELLY with Stephanie Joy Del Rosso

Since they began collaborating in 2003, Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly have produced interdisciplinary work using dance, writing, and visual art to reframe perceptions of queer consciousness, complicate relationships between performer and viewer, and explore our collective memory.

Collaboration as Creative Outlet
BARBIE DIEWALD, TREVOR GURECKIS, AND SUGAR VENDIL with Stephanie Joy Del Rosso

A choreographer, a composer, and a pianist in the same room might sound like the set-up for some half-baked joke. But Barbie Diewald, Trevor Gureckis, and Sugar Vendil don’t intend to half-accomplish anything—nor would they solely prescribe to these titles.

In Conversation

IT'S JUST THE CHOREOGRAPHY THAT SOMETIMES GETS IN THE WAY
ANNIE-B PARSON with Stephanie Joy Del Rosso

It is a clichéd New York art world complaint: no one is doing anything interesting anymore. Everything is insular or redundant. And while such blanket dismissals are unproductive, the tenor of the criticism is sometimes accurate. Annie-B Parson kicks these grumblings forcibly and ingeniously aside.

In Conversation

MARIE CHOUINARD with Stephanie Del Rosso

Marie Chouinard performed her first solo, Crystallization, in 1978: it was an hour-long “study of geometrical movement” inside an art gallery, set to the sound-scape of musician Rober Racine scraping a metal grill.

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