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10khrs on 03/19/2013 at 10:00AM

New Music from Kathleen Supové/Randall Woolf & Melvyn Poore/Jonathan Harvey

On Thursday March 21, Interpretations presents an evening of expressive re-imaginings of solo instruments and electronics:Pianist Kathleen Supové takes off with compositions for piano and soundtrack by Lainie Fefferman, Matt Marks, and Randall Woolf, inspired by Claude Debussy, and featuring the premiere of “Flaming Pairs” by Eric Lyon, part of an evening length work entitled “Earth To Kathy“. PLUS: English tubist Melvyn Poore and sound artist Cort Lippe explore new concepts for solo tuba technique and sound design, incorporating spatialization of microphone placement, bassoon reeds, MAX/MSP, delay, and audio playback.

In anticipation of this concert, we would like to offer three tracks: Kathleen Supové performs Randall Woolf's "Sutra Sutra" from her CD "The Exploding Piano" (a new work from Wolff will be featured on the March 21 concert).  Melvyn Poore performs Jonathan Harvey's "Lightness And Weight", a tuba concerto that Harvey wrote specifically for Poore. Also featured is one work Poore will be performing on his March 21 concert:  "Tubassoon" is an extended experimental work that featues prominently the tuba played through a bassoon reed.




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