Dan Deacon is a Baltimore-based experimental composer and electronic musician who moves in many worlds. You can see him perform at The Jefferson Theater on Saturday, September 8. Doors at 8:00pm. Tickets cost $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the show.
In the last year, Dan Deacon made his Carnegie Hall debut, performed at an Occupy Wall Street rally in Union Square, and released a new record called America… all while continuing to perform in grimey basements and lofts as he did when he was first starting out as a DIY musician.
In 2011, he played with the acclaimed So Percussion as part of New York’s prestigious Ecstatic Music Festival, and New York magazine named it of one of the top ten classical music performances of the year. Deacon returned to that same festival this year and premiered a new work with the NOW Ensemble and the Calder String Quartet. If you are unfamiliar with Dan Deacon, watch one of his dynamic and colorful music videos here or listen to an interview with him on NPR’s All Things Considered here.
Win two tickets to see Dan Deacon at The Jefferson Theater on Saturday, September 8! To enter, email PCA at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, August 30. We will choose a winner randomly and make an announcement at noon on Friday, August 31. This giveaway is open to PCA Members only. To find out more about PCA membership, please click here.