Photo by Ayala Gazit.


SETLIST: NEW Informal Performance Series

Friday, November 30th, 6-7PM

Join Gallim for our first SETLIST, a curated evening of mixed disciplines including music, art, dance, and film. Come to our first SETLIST featuring a preview excerpt of To Create a World, Andrea Miller's newest work premiering in 2019 at The Joyce Theater, plus works-in-progress from choreographers Omri Drumlevich and Antonio Brown, and a set by recording artist Will Epstein. Enjoy a drink and soak up the acoustics of our landmark Brooklyn studio!

SETLIST, Gallim’s interdisciplinary performance opportunity, is a residency program that provides space for artists to develop work as well as a performance platform to show it. SETLIST includes a showing of Artists in Residence work plus a live music set.

TICKETS: $12 ticket show only / $15 show + 1 drink

Keep it legal. You must be 21 years or older to drink.



AntonioBrownDance is a project based company in New York City composed of an incredibly talented group of performing artists from various cultural and training backgrounds. With a strong connection and emphasis on sound, the works of the company blend human intimacy and a provocative vocabulary in movement ranging from traditional ballet to contemporary modern and hip hop. For SETLIST, AntonioBrownDance will be showing an excerpt of a work in progress entitled Mixtape. The work explorers the connections people have to sound and music and the consequences that occur after repeated listening.


Omri Drumlevich was a member of the renowned Batsheva Dance Company from 2012-2017. While in the company, he performed works by Ohad Naharin, Sharon Eyal, and Roy Assaf. He has choreographed works for the Batsheva Ensemble and Batsheva Dance Company dancers and created multi-disciplinary works at the Tel Aviv Museum and elsewhere; he is a longtime teacher of Gaga, Naharin’s movement language, teaching in Tel Aviv and internationally. For SETLIST, Omri will show an excerpt from his work “___Far.”


Will Epstein is a composer, recording artist and multi-instrumentalist born in New York City. He has performed internationally, released records of songs under his High Water moniker, and composed music for instillations and films. In addition to crafting soundscapes for Gallim’s installation at the Met Breuer, he has collaborated on projects with renowned artists such as Marilyn Minter and Laurie Simmons. He is a regular fixture in New York’s improvised music scene and has released multiple collections of work with the independent label Other People. For SETLIST, Will plays saxophone and electronics alongside Tlacael Esparza who will be perfoming Sensory Percussion, an invention of his that allows for the fluid incorporation of electronic sounds into a drummer's playing lexicon.

All ticket payments are non-refundable.