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June 19. – at Out of the Brew in New Cross, London, music by Patricia Alessandrini, Christopher Fox and Chikako Morishita
June 25. George Crumb Portrait with Marsayas Trio & guests at St. John’s Smith Square, London
June 30. Open Ear at LSO St. Luke’s with Apartment House
July 14. LSO SoundHub Concert, music by Robin Haigh, Lillie Harris, Yvonne Eccles and Nick Morrish
July 15. Cheltenham Festival with Scott Wilson, Xenia Pestova and Carla Rees – new pieces by student composers of the festival for clarinet, flute, piano and electronics
August 13. Another Timbre Canadian Composers Release Party with Apartment House at Cafe Oto, London.
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Category Archives: spectral multiphonic
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It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to add something useful to the blog, but I think this will be worth it; not only is this a beautiful effect, but it’s also my very first post on the contrabass clarinet. Composers, try … Continue reading
The effect I’m looking at today is fairly recognisable as something Sciarrino uses extensively, but particularly in his clarinet solo, Let me die before I wake. If you don’t know the piece, it’s worth listening to it, if only because it’ll make … Continue reading