We are proud to announce the 25th season of the Interpretations concert series! Showcasing distinctive creative voices from around the world and right here in New York, this season promises a compelling mix of artists at the vanguard of their field, esoteric innovators, and emerging talents. Works are included by such composers as Muhal Richard Abrams, Gordon Beeferman, Tim Brady, Anthony Braxton, Gene Coleman, John Encarnacao, Annie Gosfield, Bruce Gremo, Eric Griswold, Arthur Kampela, Yusef Lateef, Anne LeBaron, Annea Lockwood, Walter Marchetti, Pauline Oliveros, Adam Rudolph, & JG Thirlwell. Also featured are such innovative performers as Ross Bolleter, Thomas Buckner, Tom Hamilton, James Ilgenfritz, Joan La Barbara, the Momenta String Quartet, Ned Rothenberg, & Reinier Van Houdt.
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10khrs on 02/17/2014 at 02:00AM
Joan La Barbara On Thursday February 20, Interpretations presents two great artists: Joan La Barbara and Bruce Gremo. Both present new acoustic and electroacoustic works. Joan La Barbara presents a solo performance, featuring her distinctive vocal techniques, both unaccompanied and adorned with an electronic sound atmosphere in Windows, inspired by the dreams & visions of sculptor Joseph Cornell. Bruce Gremo presents solo and duo works blending eastern and western woodwind sonorities with interactive electronic processing, using his unique electronic flute controller, the Cilia, as well as the shakuhachi & glissando flute; with Hu Jianbing on sheng.
We are sharing two tracks from these artists - One of Bruce Gremo performing solo on his insturment The Cilia, and one from "Angels, Demons, and other Muses", Joan La Barbara's previous presentation on the Interpretations Series.
10khrs on 12/09/2013 at 04:15AM
On Thursday December 12, Interpretations presents an evening of premieres and classic works from distinctive solo instrumentalists. Bassist James Ilgenfritz presents solo and chamber music by Anthony Braxton & Pauline Oliveros, plus two world premieres by Annie Gosfield, and JG Thirlwell, and an improvisation with Jason Ponce. Esoteric pianist Reinier Van Houdt presents the US Premiere of Italian avant-garde composer Walter Marchetti’s new solo piano work Concerto per la Mano Sinistra in un Solo Movimento (Concerto for the Left Hand in One Movement).
Interpretatons would like to share some works by these artists! James Ilgenfritz on two tracks, one performing the music of Anthony Braxton, and one performing duo with Pauline Oliveros. Reinier Van Houdt can be heard on two tracks, performing music by Christian Marclay and Francisco López.