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November 18, 2007

E&P recap

Filed under: composition,new music co-op,performance,premiere — admin @ 11:03 am

Great show last night! Really nice turnout and a huge improvement in overall quality in the pieces over last year’s E&P. I was very happy with the performance of “Upper Level Low” and I can’t wait to hear the concert recording.

Congrats to all involved.

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November 12, 2007

Electrons & Phonons ’07

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Austin New Music Co-op presents “Electrons and Phonons,” a fusing of instruments and voice with and cutting-edge (and classic) electronic technology. The concert will feature seven new compositions by Austin composers plus a special demonstration of a rare vintage synthesizer by electro-acoustic composer Rick Reed.

NEW MUSIC CO-OP PRESENTS:
ELECTRONS & PHONONS
New Music for Instruments and Electronic Sound
Saturday, November 17, 2007 – 8PM
Ceremony Hall – 4100 Red River
TICKETS: $10 IN ADVANCE AT END OF AN EAR
$10 AT THE DOOR

November 9, 2007

New piece in Scotland

Filed under: announcement,composition,premiere — admin @ 8:00 am

This Friday, November 9th, in Aberdeen Scotland, the first performance of a new percussion ensemble: Paella. Using found objects, electronics, graphic scores, and traditional percussion equipment, they will premiere three new works, two by Texas experimental composers Brent Fariss and Travis Weller, and one by composer David Revill, John Cage’s biographer.

Paella
Paella is a new music percussion ensemble combining traditional percussion instruments with found objects. The ensemble includes Patrick Keenan, Len Wiltshire, and Kris Elliot, joined occasionally by Bill Thompson. Performing works by John Cage, as well as premiering works by David Revill, Brent Fariss, and Travis Weller, the group seeks to explore the horizons of experimental music opened by Cage and others.

Paella is gratefully supported by the sound festival, the Lemon Tree, and the University of Aberdeen, as well as by Rosemount Community Centre.

Friday 9 November 2007, 7.45pm
Picture Gallery, Marischal College, University of
Aberdeen, Broad Street, Aberdeen
Tickets: Admission free

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