Earl Howard and Edmund Campion at Interpretations

Earl Howard, at Moers Festival 2007
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From New York‘s Interpretations:

Earl Howard and Edmund Campion

Thursday, November 12, 2009

8PM at Roulette
20 Greene Street (between Canal and Grand)

The 21st Season of Thomas Buckner’s innovative series of new music continues on November 12, 2009, featuring work by two American masters of integrating composition, electronics, and live performance: Earl Howard and Edmund Campion.

Saxophonist, composer and electronic sound constructionist Earl Howard’s work seamlessly integrates meticulously sculpted electroacoustic textures with the visceral immediacy of live improvisation. Howard presents Strasser 60 for synthesizer solo, 2455 for saxophone solo, and Crupper, an electroacoustic duet with koto player Miya Masaoka.

Connections between music and the natural world are major themes in Edmund Campion’s work, which mixes formal composition, improvisation, and interactive instrument design to focus on real-time interactive computer/instrument environments. Campion will be joined by Susan Fancher on saxophone and computer, and Nils Bultmann on viola and computer.

Coming Up on December 10: Interpretations Presents:

FLUX Quartet performs David First / Dom Minasi String Quartet

For more information on Interpretations:

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