Pitt Musicians Perform at the Warhol for Twisted Pair Symposium

Roger Zahab will lead members of the University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the Music on the Edge Ensemble in a special performance at The Andy Warhol Museum as part of the two-day symposium Further Thoughts on Twisted Pair. The Symposium is the closing event in the Warhol’s exhibit comparing the works of Andy Warhol and Marcel Duchamp and takes place on September 10 and 11th at the Warhol. Members of the orchestra and the MOTE Ensemble will perform at various locations in the museum on Saturday, September 11 beginning at 8 p.m.

Zahab and the orchestra will present music by John Cage, including Twenty-three for thirteen violins, five violas and five cellos, and Apartment House 1776 — a music circus. The Music on the Edge Ensemble will perform Duchamp’s La mariée mise a nu par ses célibataires, même, and Erratum musical.

You can find out more about Further Thoughts on Twisted Pair here. The exhibit runs through September 11.