Posts tagged ‘Julia Wolfe’

May 13, 2015

May 13, 2015

  1. La Monte Young – The Second Dream of the High Tension Line Stepdown Transformer
  2. Tony Conrad – Outside the Dream Syndicate; Slapping Pythagorus (interview)
  3. Blanck Mass – Detritus; Sundowner
  4. Benedict Mason – Drawing Tunes and Fuguing Photos
  5. Thomas Adès – Asyla III, Ecstasio
  6. Julia Wolfe – Anthrocite Fields
  7. Kathy Kennedy – Choeur Maha
  8. Meredith Monk – Gotham Lullabye; On Behalf of Nature
  9. Philip Glass – Einstein on the Beach (Spaceship)
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May 2, 2012

2 / 5 / 2012

Our guests were Peter Schubert and Fabrice Marandola of McGill University, Viva Voce, and Sixtrum. On May 4, 2012, 7:30 p.m., at
Redpath Hall, McGill University
3461 McTavish Street, Montreal,
celebrated percussion ensemble Sixtrum joins forces with VivaVoce to celebrate the 100th birthday of iconoclastic American composer John Cage. The program features premieres by Chris Paul Harman, Stacey Brown and Brian Cherney, as well as works by Cage and Vivier.

  1. Diana Deutsch – Sometimes Behave So Strangely
  2. Julia Wolfe – Big Beautiful Dark and Scary
  3. Brian Eno – Generative Music (track 2)
  4. Brad Garton – Transplant-wait
  5. Claude Vivier – Pulau Dewata (McGill performers)
  6. John Cage – Four2
  7. Raymond Deane – Samara
  8. Arthur Honegger – Pacific 231 (Bernstein)
  9. Michael Gordon – For Madeline
December 16, 2009

2009 / 12 / 16

  1. Annie Gosfield – Nickolaievski Soldat; Freud
  2. W.A. Mozart – Don Giovanni
  3. Julia Wolfe – Dig Deep
  4. Dave Sanford – Scherzo Grosso (with Matt Haimovitz)
  5. Osvaldo Golijov –
  6. Juila Wolfe – Four Marys