The second concert on April 30 will feature music by Jonathan Kramer, Matthew Greenbaum, Jeffrey Mumford, and G.F. Haas. Guest Artist: Stephanie Griffin, viola.
Matthew Greenbaum, Co-curator; composer
Deborah Bradley-Kramer, Co-curator; pianist
CONCERT OF VISUALLY INSPIRED MUSIC!
Amphibian is an ongoing visual music series based at the HiArt Gallery in Chelsea and curated by composer Matthew Greenbaum (Temple University) and Deborah Bradley-Kramer, pianist and Lecturer I n Music at Columbia University.
The goal of Amphibian is to encourage collaboration between composers and visual a rtists, particularly animators. The proposed collaboration will pair video/animation artists at Temple’s Tyler School of the Arts with SPEAKmusic’s musicians and composers from Columbia University and Temple University. In addition, AMPHIBIAN has been showing early experimental films with new scores and all composers are welcome to take part in this. April 30 2015 AMPHIBIAN at the Nicholas Roerich Museum 319 W 107 th Street between Broa dway and West End Admission free 8:00 P.M. Guest Artist: Stephanie Griffin, viola Deborah Bradley-Kramer, piano Joseph Morag, violin
Program April 16:
Guest Artist: David Holzman, piano
Deborah Bradley-Kramer, piano
Mario Davidovsky: Electronic Study #3
Rob Sbar/Hans Richter: Ghosts before breakfast
Carlos Davila: La Huaconada
Shigenobu Nakamura: Kyozon
Haleh Abgheri: Face
Eliska Cilkova: Pripyat Piano: The Zone of Chernobyl: Piano in apartment I and Torsos of non-playing pianos
Dmitri Shostakovich Fugue in a minor
Boris Tishchenko: Sonata "Eureka"
Duncan Neilson: Dreamhorses (NY premiere)
Stefan Wolpe: Passacaglia for piano
April 30 program:
G.F. Haas “... aus freier Lust ...verbunden ..."(viola solo)
Anthony Ciesielka Happily Fused and Happily Defused,(viola sola)
Akira Takaoka TBA (viola)
Matthew Greenbaum Saturday Night Fights (viola/video)
Jeffrey Mumford Wending (viola solo)
Heather Mease wouldn’
Benjamin Safran/Hans Richter Filmstudie
Chason Goldfinger Make of Yourself a Light (piano, video)
Jonathan Kramer Music for Piano V with composer’s newly discovered arts slides