ABOUT THE WORKS
Conglomerate Fragments for Solo Piano
Sergey Schepkin, pianoNew England Conservatory students, orchestraA work fusing the colloquialisms of jazz with Bartokian piano textures. Inspired especially by the overall gestural architecture of Bartok's 2nd Roumanian Dance op. 8aCultural Dis-Ease
Sergey Schepkin, pianoNew England Conservatory students, orchestraA work for chamber orchestra dealing with sonority oppositions and analog fading or what has been called in the classical world tone color modulation.A Microtonal Tapestry for ChadA piece for keyboard employing microtonal tunings. A piece recorded with the Korg SP-500 which can employ several user-defined tunings with deviatons of up to 50 cents in either direction. The unit also has a pedal switch which will shift whichever notes are depressed either up or down a quarter tone.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Andrew Bisset, Research Coordinator Music-In-Education Program New England Conservatory
Andrew Bisset, a cutting edge artist with an ear-blistering sound, fuses Stockhausenian sonorities with Grand Master Flash breaks into a catastrophic sonic journey with a hint of Attention Deficit Disorder. His output never failing to push the envelope, his voice never settling into a fixed dialect, he is the Rubric's Cube of his art. While currently working on producing IDM (Intelligent Dance Music), Drum & Bass and experimental electronic tracks, he has also written a number of successful acoustic works.
source: New England Conservatory