We are delighted to announce we’ll be performing on the Kettle Corn New Music Series at the DiMenna Center in New York City, Saturday April 6th at 7pm. We’ll be performing an unusual program of contemporary four-hands works (candelabras, step aside!), featuring Emily Cooley’s Phoria, Walter Zimmerman’s AS A WIFE HAS A COW. A LOVE STORY, George Crumb’s Makrokosmos […]Read more "[ HereNowHear in NYC ]"
We were ecstatic in our successful application to the Fromm Foundation commission prize with John Liberatore, and he has delivered us a beautiful new work for two pianos and electronics, Sedgeflowers––a companion piece to MANTRA, of course––to be performed in the 2019-20 season. You can read more about the piece here, and performances of this new […]Read more "[ John Liberatore Fromm Commission ]"
When it comes to MANTRA, bigger is usually better, so it was a particular delight for us to be invited to perform this larger-than-life work in Northwestern University’s Pick-Staiger Concert Hall for NUNC3!. The hall was really a dream for this piece… feedback is typically a fearsome creature in electro-acoustic music, but at several points […]Read more "[ MANTRA at NUNC3! ]"
Pianists Steve Beck and Eric Huebner gave a spectacular performance of Stockhausen’s MANTRA in Lippes Concert Hall, using the electronics solution developed by Ryan from HNH (this time behind the mixing desk instead of Piano 2). This patch, built within the Max/MSP platform, was developed in collaboration with the Stockhausen Foundation in Kürten with advice […]Read more "[ HNH’s MANTRA patch used at SUNY Buffalo ]"
Thanks to the magic of academic research funding, we were lucky to made a trip to Kürten, Germany, Stockhausen’s bucolic home about 30 minutes outside Köln, to attend the semi-annual Stockhausen courses sponsored by the Stockhausen foundation. The organization was kind enough to connect us with Ellen Corver and Benjamin Kobler, both long-standing collaborators with […]Read more "[ HereNowHear in Kürten ]"
We were thrilled to be delighted to be invited for a workshop and concert to the Kent State Vanguard New Music Guest Artist series, giving the world premiere of Chris Stark’s new work Foreword and Stockhausen’s MANTRA. The space was fantastic, students and faculty receptive and welcoming, and house engineer Craig Adams was patient and super accommodating to […]Read more "[ MANTRA at Kent State ]"
Fall 2016 performance at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, featuring works by Stockhausen, Ichiyanigi, and Blumenfeld.Read more "[ MANTRA at Wash U ]"