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Here are some recent reviews from Antony and the Johnsons: Swanlights performance at Radio City Music Hall on January 26th, 2012. , , , , , and . Antony was interviewed by Klaus Bisenbach of The MoMA for the Radio City show which can be seen .
Antony's festival line-up at the Southbank Centre in London has been announced and includes: Diamanda Galas, Planningtorock + Light Asylum, Selda, Laurie Anderson, Cocorosie, Cyclobe, Myrninerest, Marina Abramovic, Elizabeth Fraser, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Joey Arias, Marc Almond, The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black + Tenderloin, Charles Atlas: TURNING premiere with Antony, William Basinski, Hal Wilner Freedom Rides. More events to be announced soon. For further information including membership options please see the website.
Antony will be performing for the Tibet House 22nd Annual Benefit at Carnegie Hall February 13th. Show and ticketing information can be found . Antony will be a guest performer with Sissy Nobby in Krems at the Donau Festival April 28th. For ticketing and show information please see the .
Antony and the Johnsons are playing Friday September 2nd and 3rd in Copenhagen with the Danish National Chamber Orchestra conducted by Rob Moose with special lighting by Paul Normandale and Chris Levine. For tickets please visit and for information on Chris Levine please see his site .
To commemorate the exhibition, we are posting a to an article that appeared in the Gaurdian in which Antony discusses many of the works being shown now in LA.
Antony and the Johnsons are playing a series of symphony events in Italy and Norway showcasing arrangements by Antony, Nico Muhly, Rob Moose and Maxim Moston. The first concert was in Bari at the Frontier Festival on October 1st, Fondazione per Roma in Rome on October 3rd followed by the UKA Festival in Trondheim on October 8th, and at Spektrum in Oslo on October 11th. All concerts are conducted by Rob Moose and include lighting by Paul Normandale, lasers by Chris Levine with set design by Carl Robertshaw. Please see the for further information.
Antony recently did an interview with W Magazine about working with Ohne Titel who designed Antony's costume for his January 26th performance at Radio City Music Hall. You can see the article . Antony also spoke with , and leading up to his performance at Radio City.
CUT THE WORLD was recorded live on September 2nd and 3rd, 2011 at the DK Concert Hall in Copenhagen, DK and represents Antony's continued meditation on light, nature & femininity. Antony discusses his ideas on the track "Future Feminism", a speech he made during one of the concerts. Addressing the affects of patriarchy on the global ecology, Antony explores the possibility of shifting towards feminine systems of governance in a gesture to restore our world.
Antony and the Johnsons will release CUT THE WORLD through Rough Trade August 6th and August 7th via Secretly Canadian. CUT THE WORLD is a collection of live symphonic performances of songs from the band's 4 full length albums (SWANLIGHTS, THE CRYING LIGHT, I AM A BIRD NOW, S/T). Recorded in Copenhagen, DK with The Danish National Chamber Orchestra, CUT THE WORLD features arrangements by Nico Muhly, Rob Moose, Maxim Moston and Antony.
Antony and the Johnsons announce 4 upcoming symphony events this fall. October 1st in Bari, Italy, October 3rd in Rome, Italy, October 8th in Trondheim, Norway and October 11th in Oslo, Norway. Ticketing and show infomation can be found on our .
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