Bisio/Joris/Peyrafitte Kingston Trialogues

Bisio/Joris/Peyrafitte Kingston Trialogues

Bisio/Joris/Peyrafitte

Trialogues are improvised collaborative exchanges inside a set time limit between 3 protagonists unconditionally dedicated to their chosen mode of expression: Joris to his nomadic poetry in its wandering, rhizomatic explorations; Peyrafitte to her nourishing, sensual, campy and scintillating multi-layered vocal range & texts & live painting; Bisio to the extraordinary tonal beauty and intensity of the very personal musical language of his double bass. This ongoing collaboration started in 2009 & was featured at the Vision Festival XV.

The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St, Kingston, NY 12401

 

Trialogue at the Lace Mill, Kingston,NY

Trialogue at the  Lace Mill, Kingston,NY

Trialogue
Nicole Peyrafitte — Michael Bisio — Pierre Joris
Trialogues are improvised collaborative exchanges inside a set time limit between 3 protagonists unconditionally dedicated to their chosen mode of expression: Joris to his nomadic poetry in its wandering, rhizomatic explorations; Peyrafitte to her nourishing, sensual, campy and scintillating multi-layered vocal range & texts ; Bisio to the extraordinary tonal beauty and intensity of the very personal musical language of his double bass.
“Spoken-word and multilingual vocalizations engage in masterful swordplay with sonic bass explorations” Gregg Haymes — Times Union

Trialogue at the Lace Mill, Kingston,NY

Trialogue at the  Lace Mill, Kingston,NY

Trialogue
Nicole Peyrafitte — Michael Bisio — Pierre Joris
Trialogues are improvised collaborative exchanges inside a set time limit between 3 protagonists unconditionally dedicated to their chosen mode of expression: Joris to his nomadic poetry in its wandering, rhizomatic explorations; Peyrafitte to her nourishing, sensual, campy and scintillating multi-layered vocal range & texts ; Bisio to the extraordinary tonal beauty and intensity of the very personal musical language of his double bass.
“Spoken-word and multilingual vocalizations engage in masterful swordplay with sonic bass explorations” Gregg Haymes — Times Union