New Works from Christopher Cerrone at Time Warner Center and Union Station

David Johnston

Christopher Cerrone, 2013-14 EtM Con Edison Composer-in-Residence

This week in New York, Anthropocene, a 6000 sq ft video art installation by Marco Brambilla, with an electronic score by EtM Con Edison Composer-in-Residence Christopher Cerrone, will be screened at the Time Warner Center. It was commissioned by Hugo Boss to commemorate their new flagship store. It can be viewed every day from 7pm to 10pm EST, September 24th to 30th in the main atrium.

On the other coast, tickets are on now on sale for The Industry and LA Dance Project’s production of  Cerrone’s opera, Invisible Cities. The site-specific production, under the direction of Yuval Sharon, will take place in LA’s Union Station where the audience members will roam throughout the station wearing wireless headphones while the music is projected live into their headphones. The opera has a limited run from October 19 – November 8, 2013.  Tickets are available at

KCET in LA will be producing a documentary about the opera that will screen in December 2013.

Later this fall, Daisy Press will perform two songs by Cerrone at Liederabend Op. 3 taking place in November at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Tickets are on sale here!

Stay tuned to the EtM blog for a “Composer Spotlight” interview with Christopher coming soon!


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