Sound Series: Jenny Hval, with special guest, The Garment District

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Friday November 1, 2013 8pm
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The Warhol welcomes the Norwegian musician and songwriter, Jenny Hval, for her debut in the Museum’s theater. On a tour supporting her latest release ‘Innocence Is Kinky’ (produced by PJ Harvey collaborator John Parish), Hval, whose multidisciplinary work as a musician, artist and writer, is often described as “provocative” and “transgressive,” will be featured at the Performa Festival in NYC, before appearing at The Warhol. Her 2011 release, Viscera, was hailed by WIRE magazine as “a stunning achievement both conceptually and musically," a reflection of her range of influences including Einstürzende Neubauten, Patti Smith and Kate Bush. Pittsburgh’s own, The Garment District, featuring Jennifer Baron, formerly of The Ladybug Transistor (who has a forthcoming release on Night-People Records) opens the show.

 

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Doors open at 7:30pm

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