Muziekgebouw a month long series of concerts featuring much in the way of modern classical.
thu 04.12.08 20.30 Doelenensemble
fri 05.12.08 20.30 Lisandro Adrover Kwintet en…
sat 06.12.08 20.30 De keuze van… Arnold Marinissen (slagwerk)
sun 07.12.08 15.00 Nieuw Amsterdams Peil
sun 07.12.08 20.30 Amsterdamse Tramharmonie
tue 09.12.08 20.30 Frommermann – Close Harmony
wed 10.12.08 20.30 Ivo Janssen – piano
thu 11.12.08 20.30 Nieuw Ensemble inl. 19.30 uur
fri 12.12.08 20.30 Asko|Schönberg
sat 13.12.08 15.00 IJ-Salon
sat 13.12.08 20.30 ARDITTI QUARTET
sun 14.12.08 12.00 Frederieke Saeijs – viool / Maurice Lammerts van Bueren…
sun 14.12.08 20.30 Het Orkest
tue 16.12.08 20.30 Liu Fang & vrienden inl. 19.30 uur
wed 17.12.08 20.30 Casal Quartett
thu 18.12.08 20.30 Ives Ensemble inl. 19.30 uur
fri 19.12.08 20.30 Asko|Schönberg
sat 20.12.08 20.30 Opera Trionfo / Nieuw Ensemble
sun 21.12.08 15.00 SHELL Harmonie Amsterdam / KLM Harmonie
sun 28.12.08 19.30 Calefax rietkwintet
tue 30.12.08 12.30 De Dag van de Bamboefluit
The Times reviews these recent releases.
Lyn Horton writes about this recent performance.
New Haven, Connecticut
October 31, 2008
The wonder of magic is captured in transformation: witnessing how seemingly disparate elements merge and evolve into something greater than its parts with an impact that is unexpected and glistens with beauty. That Joe McPhee so aptly named the combination of Trio X and Mikolaj Trzaska, “Magic,” is evidence of his understanding that out of two separate entities something wonderful could happen, and so it did, at Firehouse 12, on October 31, 2008.
From Portland Eye and Ear Control:
12/13: John Wiese w/ PDX Large Ensemble
The Creative Music Guild Presents
Saturday, December 13, 8PM
John Weise and PDX Large Ensemble at Worksound (820 SE Alder)
$8 ($6 for students, CMG members)
John Wiese is an artist and composer from Los Angeles, California. His ongoing projects include LHD and Sissy Spacek, with plenty of freelance work with many artists as diverse as Sunn O))), Wolf Eyes, Merzbow, Dave Phillips, Smegma, Kevin Drumm, Cattle Decapitation, and C. Spencer Yeh (Burning Star Core). He has toured extensively throughout the world, covering Europe, Scandinavia and Australia as a member of Sunn O))), the UK as part of the Free Noise tour (a tentet including Evan Parker, C. Spencer Yeh, Yellow Swans, etc.), the United States alongside Wolf Eyes, and recently performed in the 52nd Venice Biennale with artist Nico Vascellari. More information can be found at http://www.john-wiese.com.
Wiese will be performing with members of Yellow Swans, Smegma, Flaspar, Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly!, Evolutionary Jass Band, Nick Jaina / Loch Lomond, Cex Fucx, Au, Marriage Recs, Blue Cranes, and many others.
Here is where I post, at a frequency of about once a week, a list of the new music that has caught my attention that week. All of the releases listed below I’ve heard for the first time this week and come recommended.
Lots of listening this week, especially to the Black Saint / Soul Note material just released in digital format.
William Parker – In Order To Survive (1995, free jazz)
Paul Motian – The Story of Maryam (1984, free jazz)
Jemeel Moondoc – Nostalgia in Times Square (1986, free jazz)
Larry Ochs Sax and Drumming Core – The Neon Truth (2002, free jazz)
Rova – Favorite Street – Rova plays Lacy (1984, free jazz)
Rova – From the Bureau of Both (1993, free jazz)
Rova – The Works Volume 2 (1996, free jazz)
Rova – Beat Kennel (1987, free jazz)
Rova – The Works Volume 3 (1999, free jazz)
William Parker – Mass for the Healing World (2003, free jazz)
Leroy Jenkins – Mixed Quintet (1983, free jazz)
Drew Gress – Heyday (1998, free jazz)
Air – Live Air (1980, free jazz)
Air – Air Mail (1981, free jazz)
Roscoe Mitchell – The Flow of Things (1987, free jazz)
Ellery Eskelin – The Sun Died (1996, free jazz)
Art Moulu – Art Moulu (1990, avant-rock)
Jason Dumars / Joseph Janiga / Pere Soto – A Tragedy in 2 Acts (2007, avant-rock / improv)
Todd Sickafoose – Tiny Resistors (2008, modern avant improv)
Rob Price – I Really Do Not See the Signal (2008, modern avant improv)