This Weekend at the ISSUE Project Room

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From ISSUE Project Room:

Issue Project Room, 232 Third Street , Brooklyn N Y;
http://www.issueprojectroom.org

October 8th – October 11th
Celebrating Phill Niblock’s 75th Birthday and his contribution to
Experimental Music
Organized with the help of Katherine Liberovskaya and Alan Margolis
There will be films / video from the “Movement of People Working” series

Wednesday October 8th – Works from the 60s and 70s
Tenor (1969, 13 minutes) Martin Bough, recorded tenor saxophone
3 to 7 – 196 (December 1974, 23:40), David Gibson, cello, recorded
Four Arthurs (April 1978, 22 Min) Arthur Stidfole, bassoon, recorded;
Leslie Ross, bassoon live
A Third Trombone (June 1979, recording revised 1994; 20:54), Jon English,
trombone, recorded, Chris McIntyre live trombone

Thursday October 9th – Works from the 80s and 90s
Didjeridoos and Don’ts (1992, 13:30), Ulrich Krieger, didjeridu
Five More String Quartets (1991-93, 25 min), The Soldier String Quartet,
recorded; Robert Engelbrecht, cello; Peter Imig, violin, playing live
Summing II, (1985, 32 minutes), David Gibson, recorded cello; Robert
Engelbrecht, cello, playing live

Friday October 10th – Works from the 2000s
A set by Phill Niblock, mixing his sound works, and Katherine
Liberovskaya, live video
Pan Fried 27.5 (27:30, 2001/3) Reinhold Friedl, piano played with a single nylon string tied to piano strings, recorded piano; Jan Feddersen, bowed piano, live
Sethwork (21:48, 2003) Seth Josel, unamplified guitars played with e-bow,
recorded guitar;
Byron Westbrook, and The Nelly Boyd Ensemble (Hamburg) –
Robert Engelbrecht, Jan Feddersen, Peter Imig, Jens Rohm, playing live
guitars

Saturday October 11th – Works from the 2000s
Poure (2008, 24 minutes) (New York Premier) Arne Deforce, cello, recorded
One Large Rose (2008, 46 minutes) (World Premier) The Nelly Boyd Ensemble
(Hamburg) – Robert Engelbrecht, cello; Jan Feddersen, bowed piano; Peter
Imig, violin; Jens Rohm, bass, playing live

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