16 04 2014
#3648

Spring Afternoon Acid (Playlist 160414)


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Angus MacLise / Tony Conrad / Jack Smith «Dreamweapon I» LP (Boo-Hooray)
Angus MacLise / Hetty MacLise «Dreamweapon II» LP (Boo-Hooray)
Angus MacLise / Tony Conrad «Dreamweapon III» LP (Boo-Hooray)
Terry Riley «Persian Surgery Dervishes» 2LP (Shanti)
Sorc'henn & L'Acéphale «Will Of The Abyss» CS (Union Final)
Heather Leigh «ME-BA» CS (Alice Zinc)
Ø «Konstellaatio» 2LP (Sähkö)

16 04 2014
#3647

Tectonics Festival New York announcement! MAY 23 - MAY 25 2014 @issueproject‎


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http://issueprojectroom.org/program/tectonics-festival-new-york

Tectonics Festival New York
FRI, MAY 23, 2014 TO SUN, MAY 25, 2014
POSTED 04/15/14

The inaugural US iteration of Iceland’s acclaimed Tectonics Festival comes to New York in four events at ISSUE Project Room May 23rd through May 25th. A co-presentation of Tectonics and ISSUE, Tectonics Festival New York presents a rich program of new composition, improvisation and unique cross-genre collaborations exploring iconic voices in experimental composition. Founded in Reykjavík in 2012 by Ilan Volkov, Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, Tectonics Festival takes the quest for a radical classical music as its starting point.

The series opens on Friday May 23rd at 8pm with a special presentation of Alvin Lucier’s Criss Cross, featuring two pillars of experimental rock: Stephen O’Malley, a doom-metal legend of Sunn O)))) fame, and the celebrated guitarist, composer and multi-instrumentalist Oren Ambarchi. Originally premiered at Tectonics Glasgow in May 2013 and recently staged at Louisville’s Big Ears Festival, this is the duo’s first NY appearance. Jessika Kenney, a composer and vocalist who draws on South East Asian and Persian vocal traditions— as well as participating in experimental and metal groups including Sunn 0)))— performs solo and also joins Hildur Guðnadóttir, O’Malley and Ambarchi in the World Premiere of a newly commissioned work for ensemble by Eyvind Kang. Kenney also performs two works by Italian avant-gardist Giacinto Scelsi, one in a duo with Kang on viola. An ensemble of O’Malley, Ambarchi, Eli Keszler & Alan Zimmerman perform South Pole by Iancu Dumitrescu, a pioneering Romanian composer still not known enough. Canadian sound artist Crys Cole performs solo, drawing subtle and imperfect sounds from simple, meditative gestures.

The second day of the festival turns attention to Harley Gaber, a complex American composer, filmmaker, artist, and tennis player. Saturday May 24th at 8pm, Gaber’s monumental work The Winds Rise in the North is performed by a quintet including extraordinary string players Conrad Harris, Pauline Kim, Esther Noh, Alex Waterman and Erin Wight. A pillar of American minimalism, the near-100 minute work is scored in four sections with amplified instruments largely performed sul ponticello (on or near the bridge of the instruments), yielding rich harmonic combinations and overtones. Prior to this performance, Saturday May 24th at 4pm, a panel on the artist’s life and works is moderated by composer Eric Richards, with guests Paul Paccione, Ned Sublette and Bill Hellerman.

Sunday May 25th at 8pm, a diverse program highlights works by Eric Richards, a little-known but tremendously influential American avant-garde composer who came of age in the pervasively interdisciplinary counterculture of the 1960s. Two of Richard’s works are performed by percussionist Alan Zimmerman. Alvin Lucier returns for this final event of the festival, performing two works with pianist Jenny Lin. Baritone Jeffrey Gavettt, a premiere vocalist of contemporary music, performs works by Lucier, Scelsi and two experimentalists of a younger generation— Aaron Cassidy and Evan Johnson. The festival closes with a solo set by Hildur Ingveldardóttir Guðnadóttir, an acclaimed Icelandic cellist at the forefront of experimental rock, best known for her collaborations with múm and Pan Sonic. With cello, voice and software manipulation, Guðnadóttir draws a broad spectrum of sounds from her instrument, ranging from intimate simplicity to huge soundscapes.

The New York edition of Tectonics Festival at ISSUE Project Room follows 2014 editions of the festival around the world— in Reykjavik with Iceland Symphony, Glasgow with BBC Scottish Symphony, Adelaide with Adelaide Symphony, and a final series in October 2014 in Tel-Aviv with the Israeli Contemporary Players.

All programs take place at ISSUE Project Room, 22 Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn.

Tickets on sale to the general public Friday, April 18th.

 


Full Festival Program

FRIDAY, MAY 23RD - 8PM - $20 / $15 MEMBERS + STUDENTS
Eyvind Kang: New Commission for ensemble

Performed by Oren Ambarchi, Jessika Kenney, Hildur Guðnadóttir & Stephen O’Malley

Iancu Dumitrescu: ­ South Pole

Performed by Oren Ambarchi, Stephen O’Malley, Eli Keszler & Alan Zimmerman

Alvin Lucier: Criss-­Cross

Performed by Oren Ambarchi & Stephen O’Malley ­

Crys Cole: Solo performance

Jessika Kenney: Solo Performance

Giacinto Scelsi: Ho, for solo female voice
Giacinto Scelsi: Manto, for viola and voice

Performed by Evyand Kang & Jessika Kenney


SATURDAY, MAY 24TH - 4PM - FREE
Panel Discussion: The work of Harley Gaber

With Paul Paccione, Ned Sublette and Bill Hellerman; moderated by Eric Richards.


SATURDAY MAY 24TH - 8PM - $15 / $12 MEMBERS + STUDENTS
Harley Gaber: The Winds Rise in the North

Performed by Conrad Harris, Pauline Kim, Esther Noh, Alex Waterman & Erin Wight.


SUNDAY MAY 25TH - 8PM - $15 / $12 MEMBERS + STUDENTS
Eric Richards: Times Racing (with tape)
Eric Richards: Finalbells

Performed by Alan Zimmerman.

Alvin Lucier: Music for Piano & Magnetic Strings
Alvin Lucier: Nothing Is Real

Performed by Jenny Lin & Alvin Lucier.

Aaron Cassidy:­ I, Purples, Spat Blood, Laugh of Beautiful Lips
Evan Johnson: A General Interrupter to Ongoing Activity
Giacinto Scelsi:­ Three Latin Prayers
Alvin Lucier: Music for Baritone and Slow Sweep Pure Wave Oscillators

Performed by Jeffrey Gavett, Baritone.

Hildur Guðnadóttir: Solo Performance

 


Ilan Volkov, curator of Tectonics music festival, made his debut with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra in 2003 and took on the post of Music Director and Chief Conductor in September 2011. He began his career as Assistant Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra under Seiji Ozawa, and was Chief Conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra from 2003-2009. Volkov is very active in the new music scene and has premiered many contemporary orchestral works, including compositions by Jonathan Harvey, Hans Abrahamsen, Unsuk Chin and others. Volkov is a frequent guest conductor with international orchestras including the BBC Symphony Orchestra and City of Birmingham Orchestra, as well as playing violin in improv groups Mines and Lovers Ritual.

Tectonics Festival New York is made possible in part through support from a New Music USA Project Grant.

 

16 04 2014
#3646

Web Eye Candy Week 16 2014


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15 04 2014
#3645

Namio Harukawa at The WALL | In:Surgo! - Berlin


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Namio Harukawa
20 drawings

at The WALL
curated by Vincent Surmont
19.04 - 02.05.2014

Vernissage Saturday 19th of April, 7 - 9 pm


Namio Harukawa, born in 1947, (in Osaka Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese artist known for his realistic femdom erotica drawings. Harukawa’s drawings feature voluptuous women with large breasts, wide hips, round buttocks and thick legs dominating, overpowering and humiliating smaller men.


The Wall at In:Surgo! | Torstr. 110 | 10119 Berlin - Germany | 030 280 93 758 | Opening hours: Mo-Sa, 1-7 pm

Website

Copyright © 2014 Re:Surgo! - Berlin, All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: 

Re:Surgo! - Berlin
Torstr. 110
Berlin 10119
Germany

 

13 04 2014
#3644

JC time in Bristol


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12 04 2014
#3643

Ride The Lightning & Amps For Christ


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... @sage_gateshead & St Johns Bethnal Greene this week.

Tonight: a morgue / ex-orphanage in Bristol.

What a world.

12 04 2014
#3642
10 04 2014
#3641

SOMA live photos/vid Glasgow & Manchester 8/9 April 014 (by Shantidas Riedacker)


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Video by Gast Bouschet & Nadine Hilbert (projected by Shantidas Riedacker/ALUK TODOLO) http://www.bouschet-hilbert.org 

09 04 2014
#3639
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