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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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I started thinking more seriously about preparing the bass clarinet after Aaron Einbond used it in his (awesome) piece, Resistance, for prepared bass clarinet and live electronics. I originally assumed that it wouldn’t be so useful: one can only prepare the … Continue reading
Clarinet glissandi are fun. But they’re quite hard to understand for composers, because they aren’t easy in all registers and what individual performers can or can not do affects a lot. This post won’t necessarily be comprehensive, but as with … Continue reading
Video introduction to this blogpost (see below for the rest of the post): Update (Feb 15, 2017): It’s the three year anniversary of this post this week, so I’ve updated it with some contrabass clarinet air sounds and a … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, as part of a week long residency at Bangor University (specifically to play a rockin’ concert with Xenia Pestova and Carla Rees), I was asked to lead a workshop on chamber music performance. I don’t teach … Continue reading