Gregg Kallor is the inaugural Composer-In-Residence at SubCulture in New York City. The first season of his two-year residency will feature world premieres of new piano music, songs, and chamber music, and collaborations with cellist Joshua Roman, violinist Miranda Cuckson, mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala, and baritone Matthew Worth.
Gregg's latest video features 88 artist-designed pianos that Sing For Hope placed in parks and public spaces all around NYC from June 1-15, 2013, where anyone could play them. Gregg did. A lot.
Broken Sentences is the second movement of Gregg's suite, A Single Noon.
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven
Adriana Zabala, mezzo-soprano
Gregg Kallor, piano
A Single Noon
A Single Noon is a tableau of life in New York City, told through a combination of composed music and improvisation. "This is 21st-century music that has clearly absorbed the past and looks to a bright and borderless musical future." –Fred Hersch