April 17, Th, 8 p.m.
John Teske (USA). Six graphic scores (2012).
Dmitry Shubin. Appendum to nonexistent score (2014).
Performed by SYNTAX Ensemble
Seattle-based composer John Teske writes contemporary concert music for soloists, chamber groups, and chamber orchestra. Founder of the Broken Bow Ensemble and a series of “any ensemble” performances (featuring music written for flexible instrumentation), he focuses on enhancing the listener experience, utilizing extended techniques and guided improvisation to create pieces that are well-crafted while maintaining a human and organic feel. His recent work includes site-specific performances in Seattle parks and at the Seattle Center, Space Weather Listening Booth (a hybrid electroacoustic installation and acoustic performance piece in collaboration with Nat Evans), and compositions for chamber orchestra supported by a grant from the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. John graduated from the University of Washington, where he studied with Joël-François Durand, Juan Pampin, and Josh Parmenter.
Dmitry Shubin is pianist and improviser. Main fields of interests: contemporary piano music, electroacoustics, new improvised music, conducted improvisation, graphic notations. He is a founder and conductor of St.Petersburg Improvisers Orchestra, as well as St.Petersburg Improvisers Choir; curator of the School of Improvised Music (St.Petersburg).
Antonina Pozdniakova - violin;
Nikolay Maevsky - flute;
Dmitry Shubin - piano;
Alexey Ivanov - drums, percussion.
Entrance: 200 R