Spaceland & KCRW Present
José González & The String Theory (2nd Show Added!)
615 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA, 90014
This event is all ages
erformances by Jose Gonzalez of his two decade long repertoire with an orchestra.
The performances included stirringly original renditions of songs originally found on González’s three celebrated solo albums: 2003’s breakthrough debut VENEER, 2007’s IN OUR NATURE, and 2015’s VESTIGES & CLAWS.
Founded in 2007, The String Theory is a Berlin and Gothenburg-based artist collective, think tank, and experimental chamber orchestra that explores the outskirts of contemporary classical music, electro, noise, Neue Musikm and pop by means of workshops, studio recordings, and live performances. In addition their collaboration with González, The String Theory have formed artistic co-operations with a stunning range of musicians and artists, among them include Einstürzende Neubauten, Wildbirds & Peacedrums, El Perro Del Mar, Tocotronic, Dieter Meier (Yello), Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond), Tindersticks, and many others.
The String Theory
The String Theory is an artist collective and production company based in Berlin and Gothenburg that since 2007 explores the outskirts of contemporary classical music and wild pop by means of collaborative workshops, studio recordings and live performances. The String Theory pursues a long term experimental approach, investigating new ways of interdisciplinary collaboration, incorporating visual art, developing new performance concepts and facilitating international artist networking.
Being essentially experimental in nature, The String Theory never stops questioning its own goals and sets out to regularly re-invent the way each separate project is conducted, and to further develop the unique sound of the ensemble.
“The intrepid orchestra embrace the unorthodox […] the contemporary and the traditional, combining electronic background noises with luscious string arrangements and insistent brass. […] It isn't just impressive, it's progressive.”
$32.00 - $72.00
Los Angeles Theatre
Fri, November 1
Sat, November 23