Monday 22 November
Various venues 12 noon - 5.30pm,
Phipps Hall, 12 noon
Kate Ledger piano
Ray Evanoff Diagrams of Drawings Not Meant to Correspond
Timothy McCormack ]regate[ s.p. ]Aggre
Ben Isaacs new work (World Premiere)
This programme showcases three pieces which explore a variety of aspects of the physicality involved in piano performance. The pieces form part of a larger repertoire which Ledger is cultivating as part of her research into performance physicality.
CAB Atrium, 12.40pmLefteris Papadimitriou laptop
Panorama is a series of electronic pieces dealing with issues such as improvisation and structure, physicality of sound material, parametric movement in different sound domains and creation of an orchestral electronic sound. The pieces are composed by a series of sound layers, the material of which ranges from sounds from outer space to old analog synth sounds. An 'orchestration' of the different sound layers creates a new compound layer which continually oscillates between the familiar and the alien.
Phipps Hall, 1.20pm
Yorkshire Late Starter Strings
Laurence Rose a theory of nothing (World Premiere)
a theory of nothing is built around relatively simple, repeated figures and the transitions between them. The ensemble effect is influenced by each player freely choosing parameters such as tempo or pitch from within a menu of choices. The texture builds and evolves gradually, unmetred at first, later with a clear metre and more chordal material. a theory of nothing was commissioned through Arts Council England's Grants for the Arts.
CAB Atrium, 2pm
But what about the noise of crumpling paper which he used to do in order to paint the series of "Papiers froisses" or tearing up paper to make "Papiers dechires?" Arp was stimulated by water (sea, lake, and flowing waters like rivers), forests
Apartment House performs But what about the noise..., a piece written by Cage in celebration of the work of the sculptor, painter, poet and abstract artist Jean Arp on the occasion of the centenary of his birth.
Bates Mill, 2.40pm
Radio Kootwijk Live
EYE | EAR | HAND | SHOE
Those who attend a performance of Radio Kootwijk Live can expect everything but a regular concert. Working from within the location, top young musicians and theatre makers experiment with new ways of presenting musical works. Find yourself becoming a substantial part of the show while enjoying a fresh journey through the galaxy of musical creation; music, light, theatre - and no corner of Bates Mill left unused.
Miriam Overlach harp
Marije Nie tap dance
Örs Koszeghy cello
Brook Cuden piano
Maarten Warmerdam light technician
Thomas Johannsen director
Phipps Hall, 3.40pm
Charlotte Pugh recorder
Christopher Fox Winds of Heaven
Nicholas Peters Going Missing
An exploration of new sounds for the recorder; Fox explores a simultaneous combination of amplified vocalising and alternative fingerings, whilst Peters explores a block structure using a range of durations.
CAB Atrium, 4.20pm
Peyee Chen voice
Erin Gee mouthpiece I
Johnny Herbert new work
Michael Finnissy Song 1
Michael Finnissy Song 16
Erin Gee mouthpiece II
Early works by Erin Gee and Michael Finnissy, plus a new work by Johnny Herbert, explore the unique and intricate relationship between text and music. Finnissy's pieces embrace the historical baggage that comes with text setting, Gee disables the text as carrier of meaning, and Herbert's piece experiments with the translation and fragmentation of text.CAB Atrium, 5pm
Supriya Nagarajan & Vijay Venkat
East meets west in this blend of contemporary violin / voice interlude where South Indian classical Carnatic notes blend seamlessly into western violin to create a unique and soulful melody.
Produced by hcmf//
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