Karin and I are very excited to be touring the UK and Belgium this November with our collaboration Aeolian Progression.
Jorge Garcia del Valle, No sun, no moon, for bass flute and electronics
Neal Farwell, Shroud, for piccolo / alto flute and electronics
David Ibbett, Europa, for flute, piccolo, bass flute and electronics
13/11/15 - lunchtime concert at the University of Bristol, UK followed by a lecture demonstration for Bristol’s composers and performers.
- 1pm: Victoria Rooms Auditorium, Bristol, BS8 1SA
19/11/15 - lecture recital at Gent Conservatoire, discussing techniques from Europa for composers and performers
- 1pm: Hogeschool Gent: departement Conservatorium, 9000 Gent, Belgium
19/11/15 - evening concert at the Logos Foundation, Gent
- 8pm: Logos Foundation, Bomastraat 24, 9000 Gent, Belgium
Aeolian Progression seeks to unlock new sounds, potentials and expressions for flute and electronics.
Combining an extensive knowledge of modern flute repertoire with a unique fusion approach to electronic music, we aspire to create works that embrace the fullest possible range of musical expression. Using the electronics as a ‘prism’ - the sound of the flute is refracted into diverse timbres, styles and textures which coalesce to create works of deep poetry and drama.
In our spring tour 2015, we performed and gave lectures at:
Coventry University Recital Series on the 11th of March
iFimPaC at Leeds College of Music on the 13th of March, performance at the Festival’s Nonclassical event
BEAST FEAST at Birmingham University on the 2nd of May