On September 5th, 2012 it will be 100 years since the birth of America’s favorite experimental composer, the ever-smiling John Cage. So we are throwing a party to celebrate it and to kick start a weekend of concerts, exhibitions and other free events honoring his legacy. This “happening” party will feature the acoustic offerings by Armando Rodriguez, who will be sharing Irish songs on the Galician bagpipes; and the accordion playing of Pip Brant. Electronic offerings will include the amusing Jasmine Kastel and her radio bra, as well as the presentation of FLEA, the laptop orchestra directed by Jacob Sudol. In addition, there will be projections of Cage in Miami footage from SFCA [isaw+subtropics]‘s archive, four simultaneous Musicircus DJs, and more. The evening will include the baking of an indeterminate birthday cake, goody bags and other pleasant surprises.
For links to all Cage Centennial Miami events co-presented by
SFCA[isaw+subtropics] and FETA Foundation, please visit: