The Old Police Station, LONDON : www.theoldpolicestation.org
Eric KM Clark & Christine Tavolacci present The Euro-American Experimental Tradition
Concert starts at 7:30 pm.
A. Philippakopoulos - Song 2 (bfl)
Catherine Lamb - Frame (afl/vln)
Craig Shepherd - Maria (vln)
Antoine Beuger - dedekind duos (fl/vln)
Catherine Lamb - Samadhi ii (vln)
Harris Wulfson - Durations (fl/vln)
Devout supporters of experimental pursuits through music and art in Los Angeles, California, American flutist Christine Tavolacci and British/Canadian violinist Eric KM Clark present a series of works for solo and duo.
Clark, a member of the acclaimed new music ensemble The California E.A.R. Unit, and Tavolacci, a well known and respected interpreter of new music, seek to share their experience and love of the music that has recently influenced them. As a solo and/or duo, Clark/Tavolacci have a varied history of presenting experimental music from DogStar and the wulf. in Los Angeles, to the Ontological-Hysteric Incubator in New York City, along with many other venues and alternative locations in between.
From Lamb, Wulfson, and Shepherd, to Philippakopoulos, Beuger, and Tenney, the Euro-American Experimental Tradition does not limit itself to American and European composers. It opens its nonexistent boundaries to all those who have influenced it, been influenced by it, fluidly move along with its explorations, or whatever else may (have) come about [or nothing at all].
We enjoy interpreting the music we shall present, and invite you to come enjoy the music and art with us.
Christine Tavolacc & Eric km Clark
tavolacci/clark : solos :: duos ::: from
The American Experimental Tradition
Devout supporters of the American Experimental tradition in Los Angeles, California, flutist Christine Tavolacci and violinist Eric KM Clark present a series of works for solo and duo.
Clark, a member of the acclaimed new music ensemble The California E.A.R. Unit, and Tavolacci, a well known and respected interpreter of new music, seek to share their experience and love of the music that has recently infuenced them.
21.09 - 22.09.2009
Violinist/Composer Johnny Chang performs two versions from James Saunder s #[unassigned] series on the evenings of September 21 and 22. On each of these nights, delicate and finely drawn-out sounds/silences from the violin will fill the Complice gallery for approximately one hour.
James Saunders: #210909 & #220909 for solo violin
#210909 (& #220909) is a version of my ongoing modular composition #[unassigned]. The piece is flexible in its construction, with each version being formed by a combination of newly composed and pre-existing modules. Each version is different, composed for a specific performance, and normally only performed once.
Andrew Tholl: I ll never be younger than I am today (for Andrew Tholl)
McIntosh solos: I ll never be younger than I am today
John Cage: 8 Whiskus
Marc Sabat: Two Commas (world premiere)
Salvatore Sciarrino: Ai Limiti Della Notte
Andrew McIntosh: Yellow/Orange
Tashi Wada: Duo for violins
Luciano Berio: Violin Duos 1, 4, 23, 24
Marc Sabat: Three Chorales for Harry Partch
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Intensitat from Aus Den Sieben Tagen
Andrew Nathaniel McIntosh und Andrew Tholl
Mr. Tholl and Mr. McIntosh have been playing together for several years as members of the Formalist String Quartet and Inauthentica, as well as playing duo concerts and many other performances at a variety of venues.
With the quartet they have traveled accross the states and have had residencies at Stanford University, Princeton University, and Maybeck.
Both musicians received Masters degrees from the California Institute of the Arts in the performer/composer program where they studied with Mark Menzies and Marc Sabat, among others. They have commissioned several new works and are committed to the performance of new and interesting music.
(auf dt.: neben der Stimme) ist ein
Konzept des in Berlin lebenden
brasilianischen Komponisten Chico
Mello. Idee des Projektes ist, die
brasilianische Musica Popular aus
der Perspektive der Stille bzw. der
Zeitebene zu betrachten, d.h. durch
unterschiedliche Verfahren wie z.B.
Wiederholung, Klangmontage das
Format Song zu dezentralisieren.
Kerstin Fuchs, Komponistin und Interpretin, lebt in Berlin
Jessie Marino (b.1984) was born in Long Island, New York. She plays cello with the Ensemble Pamplemousse(NYC), Red Light New Music Ensemble(NYC), and is a founding member of the Duo Fuchs/Marino (Berlin). She currently lives in New York and will be performing a solo tour in Berlin and Wien in February 2009, a concert tour of the East Coast (USA) with Ensemble Pamplemousse in March 2009 and will premier new works by New York composers at the Kennedy Center with the Red Light New Music Ensemble in May 2009.