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Alvin Lucier, Morton Feldman, Ana Maria Avram

Robert Worby presents highlights from the 2013 Tectonics Festival in Glasgow, including music from Alvin Lucier, Iancu Dumitrescu, Morton Feldman and Ana Maria Avram.

Robert Worby introduces the first of three extended editions from the Tectonics festival in Glasgow, an event curated by conductor Ilan Volkov in association with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Among the composers featured are the American sound experimentalist Alvin Lucier and Romanian spectralist Iancu Dumitrescu.

2 hours

Last on

Sat 18 May 2013 22:00

Music Played

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  • Ana-Maria Avram

    Metalstorm (II) (World premiere)

    Performers: Iancu Dumitrescu (prepared piano), Stephen O'Malley (electric guitar), Hildur Gudnadottir (cello), Charles Ross (viola), Fritz Welch (percussion), Ana Maria Avram (computer, conductor)

  • Morton Feldman

    Cello and Orchestra

    Performers: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Anton Lukoszevieze (cello), Ilan Volkov (conductor)

  • Alvin Lucier

    Exploration of the House (UK premiere)

    Performers: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (conductor)

  • Hanna Tuulikki

    Voice of the Bird – excerpts

    Performers: Hanna Tuulikki, Anna Sheard, Judith Williams, Julia Taudevin, Lucy Duncombe, Mairi Morrison, Mischa Macpherson, Nerea Bello, Nichola Scrutton (vocals)

  • Iancu Dumitrescu

    Hazard and Tectonics (World premiere)

    Performers: Stephen O'Malley (electric guitar), Ana Maria Avram (prepared piano), Fritz Welch (percussion), Oren Ambarchi (percussion), Iancu Dumitrescu (computer, conductor)

  • Alvin Lucier

    Criss-Cross

    Performers: Oren Ambarchi, Stephen O'Malley (electric guitars)

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