Take a look at the glowing New York Times review of Israel Galvan’s opening night performance at The Joyce.
Citing Galván’s, “complete command of his medium with a phenomenally fertile range of off-beat stylistic ideas ,” Alastair Macaulay applauds a performance that is “immediately arresting” from its very start.
Galván “has only to stand still, feet together, at the start of his first solo to show his mastery,” and “the complexity and subtlety of rhythm created by [musicians David and Alfredo Lagos] flooded the program with sensuousness and brilliance. ”
See this virtuoso perform live at The Joyce NOW through September 25.
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