Darien Library Welcomes Musician Nick Revel on June 30

Darien Library’s concert series Music in the Stacks continues with violist Nick Revel on Sunday, June 30 at 5 p.m. in the Louise Parker Berry Community Room. Refreshments will be served.

Nick Revel, a violist, improviser, composer, and educator grew up in Wilton Conn. and is now based in Sunnyside, Queens. His debut album of all original compositions and improvisations will take you on a musical journey through the inside of his mind and break preconceived notions of what a viola can do in a constantly-morphing sound-scape of genres. With the help of a microphone and speakers, a powerful audio program, and intricately programmed auto-triggering loops and live-processing, Nick has transformed his album into a solo show filled with wild textures and layers you've never heard before.

About the Performer

Nick Revel is the founding violist of PUBLIQuartet, who's recent album “Freedom and Faith” debuted at #4 on the Classical Billboard Charts. Nick's award-winning 2017 commission In DayDream premiered at Carnegie Hall in 2017 and is on his debut album Letters to My Future Self(Centaur Records), available on all major platforms. He is artistic and executive director of the Norwalk Youth Chamber Ensembles, co-creator of the New York String Studio, and serves on the board of the Seabury Academy of Music and the Arts in Norwalk, Conn.

The Darien Library is located at 1441 Post Rd. in Darien, Conn. For more information, phone (203) 655-1234, or visit darienlibrary.org.


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