From the United States, composer/performer collective Ensemble Pamplemousse bring their own brand of rigorous musical absurdity, with a programme of new work written and performed by the ensemble's members within a specially made world of mechanical sound sculptures by artist Bryan Jacobs.
Moai Bow-Tie Caterpillar Shout
David Broome 2016
Natacha Diels 2016
A Thing is a Hole in a Thing it is Not (IV)
for cello, flute, keys, drums, noise
Andrew Greenwald 2014
Organic Synthesis Vol. 1
for two computer-controlled slide whistles, cello, snare drum
Bryan Jacobs 2015
Throw Me to You and Back Again (times four)
for Weston, Dave, Andrew, Bryan, Natacha and Jessie
Jessie Marino 2016
In conjunction with the Institute of Contemporary Art’s exhibition “The Freedom Principle,” the ICA and Ars Nova Workshop are pleased to present George Lewis’ “A Recital for Terry Adkins,” performed by the composer and pioneering electronic musician along with composer/performer collective Ensemble Pamplemousse.
Electronic Music Midwest is dedicated to programming of a wide variety of electroacoustic music and providing the highest quality performance of electronic media. This annual festival consists of approximately nine short concerts (about 1 hour in length) over the course of a weekend in Autumn. Our goal is to bring together vibrant and interesting artists of all forms, give them a vehicle for their expressions, and a place for them to share ideas with others.
David will perform his keyboard sampler piece, Ominously.
Music at St. Paul’s presents David Alan Broome: New Works for Organ
Keyboardist and composer, David Alan Broome presents newly composed works to highlight the recently renovated organ at St. Paul’s Chapel at Columbia University. The evening will feature divergent composers from around the world to explore the myriad of new sounds available to one of the world’s oldest instruments.
The program includes works by Klaus Lang, Sky Macklay, Giuliano Bracci, Meredith Gilna, and Amir Khosrowpour. Also with guest performers Sky Macklay & Karisa Antonio on the oboe.
Random Access Music is one of the most active collectives of composers and performers in the country presenting a wide array of contemporary music from the Americas. These concerts include music by its member composers, the annual call for scores winner, invited guest composers, and others. Collaborating ensembles and the RAM Players are featured on programs each year.
This concert is a fundraiser benefit. Tickets are $40 advance, $50 at the door.