Annie Lanzillotto and Lori Goldston
a duet between poet/performance artist Annie Lanzillotto and cellist Lori Goldston
$10 suggested donation at the door
Saint Ann and The Holy Trinity Church
157 Montague Street (corner of Clinton Street), Brooklyn
By subway: 2/3, 4/5, and R to Borough Hall / Court Street
This landmarked Gothic Revival church in Brooklyn Heights, renowned for its stained glass windows, opened its doors in 1847, and has become a community commons where faith, arts, and culture meet.
Lori Goldston's life as a cellist, composer, arranger, improvisor, collaborator and listener, leads far and wide through genres and eras, moving heedlessly across borders and disciplines. She is a member of the experimental rock band Earth, and co-founder of the Black Cat Orchestra and Spectratone International. She lives in Seattle. In 1993 -1994, Lori was the touring cellist for Nirvana, and appears on their live album MTV Unplugged in New York.
Annie Rachele Lanzillotto is a New York based writer, poet and performance artist. Her first book, working title, L Is For Lion: Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir is due out from SUNY Albany press this year. She reads and performs from second book of poems, Schist Songs. Available on iTunes are Annie Lanzillotto Band's rock and blues CD Blue Pill, and her poetry Eleven Recitations. She's a 2012 Franklin Furnace Award recipient, and has performed The Flat Earth: Wheredddafffhuck Did New York Go at Dixon Place, How To Wake Up a Marine In A Foxhole at The Kitchen, and a'Schapett at The Arthur Avenue Retail Market in the Bronx. Lanzillotto and Goldston have collaborated before, including tracks on Blue Pill and live at Smalls Jazz Club, in New York.