Apr 5, 2013
This “Time Stands Still” concert will feature the U.S. premiere of the London-based choral group Vocal Constructivists, directed by Jane Alden, alongside Wesleyan students in the Toneburst Laptop & Electronic Arts Ensemble and students from “Visual Sounds: Graphic Notation in Theory and Practice.” The ensembles will perform the world premiere of Michael Parsons' Nevrazumitelny; the U.S. premieres of both Ronald Kuivila's A City of No Allusions and Paula Matthusen's in words of one syllable; plus Mark Applebaum's Medium; Anthony Braxton'sFalling River; Pauline Oliveros' New Sound Meditation (with laptop ensemble), Sound Patternsand Lullaby for Daisy Pauline; and Christian Wolff's For 1, 2, or 3 People and Prose Collection (Play, Sticks, Song).
“Time Stands Still” is part of “Music & Public Life,” a year-long campus and community-wide exploration, celebrating and studying the sounds, words, and spirit of music at the local, national, and transnational levels through concerts, workshops, gatherings, and courses, all designed to cross disciplines.
|Cost||$10 general public; $8 senior citizens, Wesleyan faculty/staff, non-Wesleyan stu|
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