Richard Cameron-Wolfe participates in Symposium "Mikrotone: Small is Beautiful", June 28-30 at the Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria.
The International Society of Ekmelic Music, in cooperation with Mozarteum University’s Institute for New Music, presents a three-day Symposium, offering numerous microtone-focused lectures, discussions, and concerts. On Friday June 28 at 6:30PM in the Mozarteum’s Kleines Studio, Richard Cameron-Wolfe's Kyrie(Mantra)I flute trio will have its European premiere, performed by Irmgard Messin, Gundl Aggermann, and Vera Klug. Then, on Sunday June 30 at 1:45PM, he will present a lecture on his teacher-mentor John Eaton, titled “Microtones and the Human Psyche: the Legacy of John Eaton (1935-2015)”, focused on Eaton’s microtonal operas. Three-day Symposium pass: EUR25/EUR13; One-day pass: EOR15/EUR8; Single concert ticket: EUR10/EUR5.