upcoming performances

February 24, 2014 - composition / news / performing

I’ve got a few performances on the horizon over the next couple of months, beginning with Will Montgomery’s POLYproject>5 event at Centre for Creative Collaboration in London, which is a performance of location composite #6: Waterloo Station, London using text descriptions provided by poets Amy Cutler, Andrew Spragg and Chris McCabe.

On 8 March, Luke Nickel is curating a performance of with paper at the Cluster New Music + Integrated Arts festival in Winnipeg, which will be the largest scale version to date I think.

Just before Easter Plus Minus will present a portrait concert in London on 8 April, which will see them joined by students from City University and my group Material from Bath Spa. We’ll be playing a mix of old and new pieces for flexible ensembles, including a new quartet so many territories and a new version of my flocking piece. Then on 11 April Robert Blatt is curating a performance of with paper at Gallery 1412 in Seattle.

Like buses, the weekend of 9-11 May sees three performances, frustratingly limiting my chance to get to them all. Serge Vuille and Mark Knoop will play you say what to do at SPOR Festival in Aarhus on 9 May, with a second performance by Parkinson Saunders at Kings Place in London on 11 May. At exactly the same time at Tectonics in Glasgow, EXAUDI will perform assigned #3, a version of my #[unassigned] series which we worked on in 2007. I very sorry to miss this and the rest of what looks like being a very good festival.

Then on 16 June at Spitalfields Festival, Stewart Lee and Magnitude Music will give the first performance of I tell you what to do for speaker and ensemble.

 

› tags: amy cutler / andrew spragg / chris mccabe / city university / cluster / exaudi / kings place / mark knoop / parkinson saunders / plus minus / serge vuille / spitalfields festival / spor / stewart lee / tectonics / will montgomery / winnipeg /

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