Flat World

Doris Cellar (of Freelance Whales), Teletextile, Fredo Viola, & Illuminator take over ‘ElectriCathedral’.

NEW YORK, New York – July 11, 2011 – Flat World Productions is thrilled to present a stellar musical evening featuring internationally acclaimed songwriter and filmmaker, Fredo Viola, whose music has been featured in major television shows and films including “The Manchurian Candidate”, “The Education of Charlie Banks”, and “The OC”. Other artists include the lovely Doris Cellar from the nationally known, Freelance Whales. Doris will be sharing her minimalistic beauty in her vocal and ukulele stylings. Buzz-worthy Teletextile and electronic soundscape rock group Illuminator will also be bringing their unique blends to the night. This special show will be presented in the acoustically vibrant Church For All Nations (CFAN), a Hell’s Kitchen gem and historic landmark.

Doors open at 7:30pm with Doris Cellar (of Freelance Whales) kicking off the evening at 8pm followed by Teletextile at 8:35pm, Fredo Viola at 9:30pm, and Illuminator at 10:30pm. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $10.

Flat World Productions was established to produce high quality concerts and develop collaborative events thriving on “collecting and connecting”. Flat World is fueled by “collecting” or gaining meaningful relationships fostered over the years and finding opportunities to put those contacts to impactful use by “connecting” the right factors to guarantee a winning combination of creative vision, thrilling experiences, and satisfied artists and audiences.

Who: Doris Cellar (of Freelance Whales), Teletextile, Fredo Viola, & Illuminator
Genre: Indie, Alternative, Electro-Acoustic
What: Flat World Productions’ ElectriCathedral
Where: Church For All Nations; 417 W. 57th St b/w 9th & 10th Aves.
Subway: 1 A B C D to 59th Street/Columbus Circle
When: Sat., August 13th. Doors 7:30pm; Show 8pm.
Admission: $10 at the door
Websites: FlatWorldPro.com
Sponsors: Flat World Productions (Event Producer)

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