This evening, ELEW’s most recent collaboration with Complexions Contemporary Ballet-his second project with the company and the first since he was announced as its official Composer In Residence-will premiere at the Joyce Theater as one of two new works in Complexions’ 2012 New York Season. Entitled Subject To Change, this adventurous piece sets Dwight Rhoden’s bold choreography against ELEW’s signature rendition of Linkin Park’s ‘Crawling’ from ELEW Rockjazz Vol. 2. Read the New York Times listing of the event at this link.
Subject To Change will be performed a total of ten times at the Joyce Theater – at all dates from Nov. 13th through Nov 18th, and at the 2PM matinees on November 24th and 25th.
Get your tickets here.
HBO subscribers should make sure to tune into Boardwalk Empire on Sunday September 23 at 9PM EST – everyone’s favorite Rockjazz Pianist will be making a special guest appearance on the critically acclaimed Prohibition-era drama.
As of today, ELEW Rockjazz Vol. 2 is now available for download on iTunes!
The album is also on sale at Amazon, Google Play, and all other major online retailers.
Over the next several days, it will become available for streaming on Spotify, Rhapsody, and other services.
Physical copies of the album are coming soon – stay tuned to this section of the website for more developments.
Last Year, ELEW collaborated with ESPN Films to lend a filmed live performance of his hit cover of “Sweet Home Alabama” to Roll Tide/War Eagle, Martin Khodabakhshian’s riveting documentary on the College Football rivalry between Auburn and Alabama. The program aired last November on ESPN as part of the channel’s ’30 For 30′ documentary series. Now, this exciting film has been made available for steaming on Netflix Instant Play.
ELEW has collaborated with Hip-Hop Superstar Lil Wayne on an as-of-yet untitled track that will be the first song on I Am Not A Human Being II–the rapper’s much-anticipated next album. More details to come!