Peter Dizozza presents A Bastille Day Show of Romantic Enlightenment -- Remember to Free the Marquis!
Pop folk musical theater songs and comedy associated with Rousseau (Enlightenment) DeSade (Romanticism) and Revolution.
It's usually about exploring a kinder gentler sado-masochism.
Band Members: Peter Dizozza
Hometown: East Village, New York City
Peter Dizozza, the composer from Queens has an Italian surname that, at its most forgiving, suggests rising from the muck. His Bastille Day shows explore freedom and imprisonment, while encouraging a pursuit of Romantic Enlightenment. His sound is "Sondheim meets Burroughs" (Time Out London) with humor at once whimsical and
politically charged (The New Yorker). He has released three studio albums: "Pro-Choice on Mental Health" (2001); Songs of "The Golf Wars"(2003, vinyl 2017); "The Ocean Floaters" (2016) as well as an album featuring artists performing his score for "Prepare to Meet Your Maker."
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Downtown's intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it "a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max's Kansas City from days gone by."
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