Avant-garde percussionist, composer, and artist Eli Keszler is “experimental electronic music’s favorite drummer” (Pitchfork). Keszler’s live performances often incorporate his sound installations and blur the boundaries between composition and improvisation. From intricate and eerie to dazzling chaos, this virtuosic percussionist brings surreal sound to life on the MASS MoCA stage.
“Eli Keszler has dismantled the idea of what a drum can be and how it should sound…skirting the edges of techno, jazz, and modern composition.” — Pitchfork
“As spacious and richly textured as experimental percussion gets.” — Pitchfork
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Preferred ticket-holders get the best seat in the house and museum admission on the day of or after the event.
This performance will take place inside MASS MoCA’s Club B10.
Masks are required for all indoor spaces, except while eating and drinking, regardless of vaccination status.
No outside food or beverages will be allowed in the venue during the event. Small bites and drinks are available for purchase before the show from our museum cafe, Lickety Split.
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Photo by Mary Kang
January 17 - 17, 2022
MASS MoCA is closed today, January 17, due to inclement weather.