On Saturday July 25th, at 2pm Claryville Event Center will open with
a performance by unique band SOUNDWALL
SOUNDWALL is a pioneering group in the making of sculptural and architectural instruments, melding these with traditional instruments.
RICK DePOFI Saxophonist and Grammy winning record producer, Rick DePofi has played and recorded with Paul McCartney, Diana Ross, Natalie Cole, Janet Jackson, Rosanne Cash, Shawn Colvin, and many others.
ED POTOKAR designs sound sculptures, audio architecture and hand-crafted musical instruments. His work and performances have been showcased in NYC, Atlanta, and at the Prada Foundation in Venice, Italy. He has been featured in Modern Painters, Elle Décor, DesignBoom, Guitar Aficionado, Fast Company Co.Create, Wall Street Journal, and on NY 1 News and the TODAY SHOW.
VICTOR JONES toured with Stan Getz which introduced Jones to an international audience. He has performed and recorded with a multitude of renowned artists, such as James Moody, Woody Shaw, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Clarke, Phyllis Hyman, Stanley Turrentine, Masabumi Kikuchi, Michel Pettruciani, Dizzy Gillespie, Jimmy Scott, and Chaka Khan.
SCOTT WILLIAMS Bass player, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, has performed with various groups in NYC, including his own Buddy Scott Trio and the Audio Artists. He has written music for MTV, performed on VH1 and Comedy Central, and has composed and performed music for theatre productions, including New York’s Public Theatre.
JOHN HOUSHMAND a composer and guitarist for Laurasia, the Audio Artists, and East River Consort, as well as a solo guitar wizard working in the tradition of real-time improvisation. He has authored much of the Laurasia work, and opened for Ralph Towner, Shadowfax, and other esoteric groups.
The 2015 season will open on July 25th with UPSTATE OF MIND series of art and music events.
Anna Zorina Gallery is proud to announce the opening of the Claryville Art Center in Claryville, New York. The newly renovated space opened on Saturday, 26 July 2014 with a retrospective Alexander Kaletski: Forty Years in America which will be on view through May 2015.
The Claryville Art Center (CAC) is 5000 square-foot multi-purpose project space in Claryville, New York. The Center will function as a home for the permanent collection of works by the artist Alexander Kaletski as well as a venue for special exhibitions and events curated by Anna Zorina Gallery.
Conveniently located just two hours from Chelsea, New York. The CAC is in near proximity to local art institutions including Delaware Arts Alliance, the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College, The School of Jack Shainman Gallery, and soon to be open Marina Abramovic Institute in Hudson, NY. The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the site of the Woodstock concert in 1969, is located just 30 miles away from The CAC.
The CAC address is 1471 Denning Road, Claryville, NY 12725.