NYsoundCircuit is a multimedia salon series showcasing various arts disciplines and bringing their audiences together in an engaging environment for a full evening of works by contemporary artists.
NYsoundCircuit brings you a continuous musical and visual experience of alternating live instrumentalists, singers, electronic music artists, visual artists, and more that are propulsive, engaging, and experimental. By providing a relaxed and sonically charged atmosphere, NYsoundCircuit gives you the new and daring on your own terms for a completely unfiltered experience.
At NYsoundCircuit, we believe in the integrated experience of art in the 21st century. The mission of NYsoundCircuit is to bring admirers of various artistic disciplines together providing more exposure to those disciplines and their artists, to foster new collaborations, to provide creative and social opportunities for artists who may not have opportunities otherwise, and to provide new communities of artistic experience and development. These sorts of encounters not only help enrich an artist’s livelihood and work, or the audience’s diet of experience, but the greater community and region as a whole.
GILBERT GALINDO, co-founder & Producer
Gilbert Galindo is a composer, music engraver, concert producer, and DJ who also has experience in music administration and teaching in NYC public schools. Ever since high school, Gilbert has produced concerts in some form or another, always looking to create opportunities for musicians to showcase their music to new audiences. Gilbert believes strongly in the value contemporary concert music provides society, and as a curator, he feels right at home with NYsoundCircuit. For more information about Gilbert, visit www.gilbertgalindo.com.
Ryan macgavin, co-founder & Producer
Ryan MacGavin has been producing concerts and multimedia events in New York City for ten years. He has worked for American Composers Orchestra and Orchestra of St. Luke’s. He has also assisted in productions by Stamford Symphony Orchestra, and during their visits to Carnegie Hall, the Vienna Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, and Dresden State Symphony. Ryan has been dedicating to fostering the work of young professional composers through his organization NYsoundCircuit, and has provided pro bono services to the United Nations for diplomatic events.
As a composer, Ryan’s works for solo and chamber ensembles have been performed in New York, Boston, Chicago, Las Angeles and, internationally, in China and Japan.
Ryan has supported musicians of the Marlboro Music Festival and School, in Marlboro, VT, as well as the young musicians of the New York String Orchestra Seminar at Carnegie Hall. Also with NYSOS, Ryan has often provided mentorship to their management interns, giving insight to the arts administration field and preparing those young professionals to become responsible and caring administrators as their careers evolve.
Ryan is a lapsed trumpeter attended University of Montana (Missoula, MT) and Northwestern University (Chicago, IL) where he was a student of Augusta Read Thomas, Jay Alan Yim, and Jason Eckhart.