Month: March 2011
From Pittsburgh New Music Net:
Eugene Chadbourne and Tatsuya Nakatani @ Garfield Artworks
March 31, 2011
4931 Penn Avenue
Admission is $10, all ages welcome.
Free improvising avantjazz/folk hero Eugene Chadbourne makes a long awaited return from his home base in Greensboro, N.C. to play in duo with his touring partner, percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani from Philadelphia. Local artists Darryl Fleming (on guitar, with guest accompanist) and Michael Johnsen (electronics) open the show.
Chadbourne has dozens of records out, and has collaborated with the likes of John Zorn, Fred Frith, Derek Bailey, Han Bennink and Carla Bley as well punk/rockers such as Camper Van Beethoven, Jello Biafra, Turbonegro, They Might Be Giants, Sun City Girls and Violent Femmes. He also did a tour with Jimmy Carl Black of Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention.
Tatsuya Nakatani has worked with dozens of experimental musicians in the United States (Assif Tsahar, Mary Halvorson, Joe Morris, Joe McPhee, Marc Ribot, Sabir Mateen, Cooper-Moore, Ken Vandermark, Billy Bang, Frank Lowe, Joe Maneri, LaDonna Smith), in Europe (Peter Kowald, Peter Brotzmann, Michel Doneda, Barre Phillips, Le Quan Ninh, Joelle Leandre, Phil Minton, Alessandro Bosetti, Giani Gebbia, Frank Gratkowski, Rafael Toral) and in Japan (Otomo Yoshihide, Satoko Fujii, Seiichi Yamamoto of the Boredoms), and tons more.
IonSound Project Performs Currier, Kriegeskotte, and Sutherland
April 2, 2011
Bellefield Hall Auditorium
IonSound Project performs Nathan Currier’s A Kafka Cantata, Christian Kriegeskotte’s Triangulum, and Gracie Sutherland’s Overture to a Zombie Apocalypse.
The Duquesne Contemporary Ensemble: Infatuation, a Spring Concert
April 7, 2011
The Pappert Center (Room 322), The Mary Pappert School of Music
600 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
$10 donation/free to Duquesne students
Join us for our spring concert, filled with upbeat music by young composers to usher in the new season. We are proud to premiere Infatuation, a lively piece we commissioned by New York composer/improviser David Crowell (Philip Glass Ensemble). In addition, we will perform works by myself, Scott Steele, Christian Phillips, and others. Special guest, Duquesne’s Triano Quintet, will perform Ligeti’s Bagatelles.
From The Squid’s Ear:
Uchihashi Kazuhisa / Tatsuya Yoshida – Improvisations 3 (Magaibutsu)
Earle Brown – Synergy (Hat [now] ART)
Tim Brady / Martin Messier – 24 Frames – Trance [CD & DVD] (Ambiances Magnetiques)
ONJT+ (Otomo Yoshihide‘s New Jazz Trio Plus) – Lonely Woman (Doubtmusic)
Fred Frith – Live in Japan (ReR/Fred Records)
Tommy Meier Root Down – The Master and the Rain (Intakt)
From Jesse Stacken:
JESSE STACKEN / KIRK KNUFFKE DUO
Release Orange Was The Color on SteepleChase Records!
CD Release Concert Sunday May 8, 2011 8:30pm
Cornelia Street Café, New York City
All Compositions by Charles Mingus
CD RELEASE CONCERT:
DATE: Sunday May 8, 2011 8:30pm
LOCATION: Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia St.
New York, NY 10014
(A,B,C,D,F,V trains to W. 4th St.)
Various Artists, Fünf (2 CD Ostgut Ton)
Lotte Kestner, China Mountain (Silber)
Deep Source by Alpha Proxima (FILTER033x)
Eric Lunde, Localized Noise-Induced Transitions (Trait Media Works)
Originalljudet, Originalljudet (Kalligrammofon)
Various Artists, Echo Beach 30th Anniversary Remixes, (Echo Beach)
From Cuneiform Records:
AFUCHE – HIGHLY PUBLICIZED DIGITAL BOXING MATCH
CHEER-ACCIDENT – NO IFS, AND OR DOGS
GOSTA BERLINGS SAGA – GLUE WORKS
RICHARD PINHAS AND MERZBOW – PARIS 2008
RICHARD PINHAS AND MERZBOW – RHIZOME
WADADA LEO SMITH’S ORGANIC – HEART’S REFLECTIONS
From Touching Extremes:
NEST – Retold
OLAN MILL – PineSHINKEI + MISE_EN_SCENE – Scytale
GORD GRDINA TRIO with MATS GUSTAFSSON – Barrel Fire
RAFAEL TORAL – Space Elements Vol. III
CARLO COSTA – MINERVA – Saturnismo
LOOPER – Dying Sun
HUGO CARVALHAIS – Nebulosa
EASTERN BOUNDARY QUARTET – Icicles
You know you are entering relatively uncharted territory when the old guard on a concert program is represented by Gyorgy Ligeti. And for the JACK Quartet, the Ligeti work it played at Le Poisson Rouge on Sunday evening, the String Quartet No. 2 (1968), must have seemed an antique. It is older than any of the ensemble’s players by more than a decade. For that matter, the oldest of the JACK players were teenagers when Horatiu Radulescu completed his String Quartet No. 5 (“Before the Universe Was Born,” 1995), the long, otherworldly soundscape that closed the program.
- Classical Music/Opera Listings for March 25-31 (nytimes.com)
- Three Chances To Hear Mary Halvorson In NYC This Week (improvisedcommunications.com)