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Winter 2001 Season
Sunday, January 21, 2001, 7:48pm
Recorders, Voice and Digital Processing.
Improvised soundscapes of summers in Texas
and his wacky NONET
9 musicians playing uniquely-notated compositions:
1.Bob Marsh accordian 2.Adam Lane cello
3.Merlin Coleman cello 4.Jeff Hobbs violin
5.Mark Chung violin 6.John Finkbeiner guitar and sax
7.Joe Sabella tuba 8.George Cremaschi bass
and Aaron Bennett himself on winds (thats 9!)
Sunday, February 4, 2001, 7:48pm
percussion, from Philadelphia
Drawing influence from saxophonists like Mats Gustafson and Ned Rothenberg, as well as artists like Squarepusher, Pharoah Monche, and Elvis Costello, Stetson's solo work explores the use of extended technique in various contexts.
"...rythmically driving...it's a subtle blend of patience and ferocity." -Etch Magazine, Ann Arbor Mi.
Sunday, February 11, 2001, 7:48pm
solo soprano musical saw
improvisations from Eric Glick Riemann - prepared synth, and Kristin Miltner/Cenk Ergun - computers
Simple Sample is an ensemble of musicians dedicated to the performance of experimental music using acoustic and electronic instruments. Its members come from many different backgrounds such as classical, contemporary, rock, jazz, hip-hop; and have performed nation-wide as well in Europe and Asia.
Sunday, February 18, 2001, 7:48pm
new works for solo saxophone
Born 1961 in Istanbul and currently living in Zurich, Saadet Türköz performs Kazakh and Turkish songs and improvisations. Looking to transform memory, Saadet seeks to evoke pictures and atmosphere by means of voice and music which transcend cultural boundaries. She states that memory everywhere and everytime is the same - not changeable - but the expression is different: Individual perception develops a universal impression of the cultural life.
In addition to her frequent solo concerts, she regularly performs in duos, trios or bigger formations with free improvising jazz musicians - working with musicians such as Elliot Sharp, Gianni Gebbia, Carl Rüdiger, and Werner Luedi.
Sunday, February 19, 2001, 7:48pm
from Canada! drums