OCTOBER 27TH, 8PM, JOHN CAGE « ARiA + FONTANA MIX » WITH WET INK (NY)

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New York’s Wet Ink Ensemble presents their first concert in Berlin, bringing together new and classic works from the American experimental and composer/performer traditions.

John Cage– Aria with Fontana Mix (instrumental realization) (1958) *

Alex Mincek – Nucleus  (2007)

Kate Soper – Only the Words Themselves Mean What they Say  (2010-2011)

Alvin Lucier – Silver Streetcar for the Orchestra (1988)

Sam Pluta – Jim Altieri with a Ring Modulator Circuit (2011)

WET INK ENSEMBLE   Erin Lesser, flute / Alex Mincek, saxophone / Kate Soper, voice / Joshua Modney, violin / Ian Antonio, percussion / Eric Wubbels, piano / Sam Pluta, electronics

* guest mezzo-soprano : Loré Lixenberg
http://www.wetink.org

suggested donation : 5E

Publicités

THE PREGNANT BOX, TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN

FRONT SQUARE
17:00 – 21:00 The Pregnant Box
A specially commissioned project which translates a woman’s narrative of concealing pregnancy in contemporary Ireland (based on research by Dr Catherine Conlon).
Music & Concept: Evangelia Rigaki
Conductor: Orla Flanagan
The Mornington Singers
Voice: Lore Lixenberg, Flute: Joe O’Farrell

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CD + CONCERT + EXHIBITION AT LA PLAQUE TOURNANTE, BERLIN, AUG 6TH

CONCERT-OPENING AT LA PLAQUE TOURNANTE, BERLIN, AUGUST 6TH

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18PM   Edgar VARESE « Ionisation » (1929-1931, 6′) for percussions. Audition on a 78 RPM platine of the original 78RPM record of « Ionisation », with Edgar Varese on sirens; Carlos Salzedo, harpist and  Chinese blocks; Paul Creston, anvils; Wallingford Riegger, güiro; Henry Cowell, William Schumann, lion’s roar, first recording under the supervision of Nicolas Slonimsky » , May 16th, 1934, New York and published by Columbia in 1934 (Columbia A 4095N)

Loré LIXENBERG (London / UK), « Bird » (2012, 15′) for voice

Frédéric ACQUAVIVA (Berlin / FR-DE), « Loré Ipsum » (2011-2012, 27′) for dead electronics and voice(s), with Loré Lixenberg, live voice

Frédéric ACQUAVIVA (Berlin / FR-DE),  « Musique Cabalistique » (2012,  variable duration) for and against audience

19-20PM  + 21-22 PM                                                                                                                                       Phill NIBLOCK (NY / USA) /  Katherine LIBEROVSKAYA (Montréal-NY / USA)                                                                                                                                 « Vlada BC » (Nov 7 2013, 20′), Elisabeth Smalt, viola d’amore, « To Two Tea Roses » (2011, 23′), played by Formanex and ONsemble, « Unipolar Dance » (October 1, 2013, 24′), Pauline Kim and Conrad Harris, violins and violas

FlyerDJ
+ EXHIBITION « DJ’s VERBOTEN »,
an exhibition of 250 creative records (vinyls, cds), tapes, usbs, and hybrid sound books from 100 artists, sound poets and composers with : Frédéric Acquaviva, Pierre Albert-Birot, Altagor, Louis Andriessen, Georges Aperghis, Pierre-André Arcand, Robert Ashley, Ana-Maria Avram, Cathy Berberian, Luciano Berio, Lars-Gunnar Bodin, Jean-Louis Brau, Broutin, Earle Brown, Etienne Brunet, Camille Bryen, William Burroughs, Sylvano Bussotti, John Cage, Cornelius Cardew, Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, Philip Corner, Jean-Paul Curtay, Salvador Dali, Guy Debord, Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Denis Dufour, François Dufrêne, Iancu Dumitrescu, Jean-Claude Eloy, Valie Export,Öyvind Fahlström, Jean-Baptiste Favory, Morton Feldman, Luc Ferrari, Dan Fröberg, Pierre Garnier, Ilse Garnier, Paul-Armand Gette, John Giorno, Pierre Guyotat, Brion Gysin, Raymond Hains, Sten Hanson, Raoul Hausmann, Bernard Heidsieck, Hans G. Helms, Pierre Henry, Åke Hodell, Helmut Oehring, Joël Hubaut, Dorothy Iannone, Isidore Isou, Charles Ives, Tom Johnson, Bengt Emil Johnson, Mauricio Kagel, Yves Klein, Richard Kostelanetz, Maurice Lemaître, Lieutenant Caramel, György Ligeti, Loré Lixenberg, Jacques Lizène, Ingvar Loco Nordin, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Gherasim Luca, Alvin Lucier, George Maciunas, Jean Mahtab, Claude Maillard, Ivo Malec, Christian Marclay, Enzo Minarelli, Alex Mincek, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Franz Mon, Otto Muehl, Conlon Nancarrow, Phill Niblock, Hermann Nitsch, Christoph Ogiermann, Pauline Oliveros, F.J. Ossang, Nam June Paik, Jean-Luc Parant, Titi Parant, Harry Partch, Tristan Perich, Gabriel Pomerand, P.P. Porro, Ezra Pound, François Poyet, Charles Ravier, Jacques Rebotier, Steve Reich, Gerhard Rühm, Erik Satie, Roland Sabatier, Giacinto Scelsi, Dieter Schnebel, Janek Schaefer, Pierre Schaeffer, Nicolas Schöffer, Arnold Schönberg, Kurt Schwitters, Michel Seuphor, Jacques Spacagna, Stelarc, Karlheinz Stockhausen, James Tenney, Edgar Varèse, Peter Weibel, Emmett Williams, Trevor Wishart, Ivan Wyschnegradsky, Gil J Wolman, Iannis Xenakis, La Monte Young, Bernd Aloïs Zimmermann

*** CD LORE front

+ First « CD » of Loré Lixenberg : « The Afternoon of a Phone », a CD-case with a prepaid phone sim card to call Loré Lixenberg and get a live, unique and private listening of her composition.

33 copies signed and numbered only, £@B, Berlin, 2014
70E

APRIL IN THE AMAZON

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April in the Amazon (Laurence Osborn)

Thursday 24 & Friday 25 Jul, 2014 19:00-19:30

Platform Theatre Central Saint Martins


April-in-the-AmazonMusic: Laurence Osborn
Words: Theo Merz

April: Loré Lixenberg
Conductor: Timothy Burke
Director: Bill Bankes-Jones

Designer: Sarah Booth

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Flute/piccolo: Kathryn Thomas
Oboe/cor anglais: Emma Feilding
Clarinet/bass clarinet: Stuart King
Horn: Richard Bayliss
Harp: Helen Sharp
Accordion: Bartek Glowacki
Violin: Marcus Barcham-Stevens
Viola: David Aspin
Cello: Gabi Swallow
Double bass: Elena Hull

April can’t seem to stay in one place – or with one lover – for long. Is it the coffee, her nature, or the prescription drugs? The inimitable Loré Lixenberg is April, the sedative-guzzling, globe-trotting erotic adventurer, in a one woman opera. For fans of broken hearts and exotic locations.

http://www.tete-a-tete.org.uk/april-amazon/

FAUSTO ROMITELLI « LOST », BUSSEY BUILDING, PECKHAM, JULY 11TH

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Filthy Lucre returns to Peckham to explore shining cities and urban decay, ruinlust and abandonment, suburbs, utopias and the towns they built to change.

The Clash – London Calling [Geoff Clapham, singer]
Fausto Romitelli – Lost (UK premiere) [Lore Lixenberg, soprano]
Arcade Fire – Sprawl I (Flatland)

Steve Reich – Electric Counterpoint [Rob Luft, guitar]
With a new film by Paul Vernon.
Luke Newman & Cecil B Demented [poets]  – New Works
with Emma-Jean Thackray [composer]

Emma-Jean Thackray – New Work
Aaron Parker [composer] – New Work
Gil Scott-Heron – Home Is Where The Hatred Is
Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX – I’m New Here [Luke Newman, poet]
Saul Williams – Twice The First Time [Cecil B Demented, poet]
Arcade Fire – Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)

Open mic with Steez
DJs from Turf

http://filthyfilthylucre.weebly.com/filthy-lucre-4.html