Tectonics Glasgow 2018 with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Kate Molleson presents highlights from Tectonics Glasgow 2018, with world premieres from Naomi Pinnock and James Clarke played by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
Kate Molleson presents highlights from last weekend's Tectonics Glasgow 2018.
With performances taking place right across the city, tonight's Hear and Now includes world premieres from the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and a work for Ondes Martenot by Bernard Parmegiani, a major figure in the development of electroacoustic music. Also tonight, a performance piece for multiple tape players, Dictaphones and texts by Joe Posset recorded at Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket.
This is the first of three programmes from Tectonics Glasgow. Now in its fifth year, it brings the best improvisers and new music practitioners from around the world to Glasgow, to collaborate together and with local performers and artists.
Naomi Pinnock - The field is woven (WP)
James Clarke - Untitled No.9 (BBC Commission, WP)
Miya Masaoka: The Movement of Things (WP)
Glasgow Chamber Choir, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (conductor)
Bernard Parmegiani: Outremer with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
Pascale Criton: OUT, for ondes Martenot with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
Joe Posset: 'Grand Dictaphonic Jaxx for four players' with Joe Posset and Ant Macari (audio/visual artists) with Acrid Lactations.