25th November 2010

8:30 p.m.

Lee Patterson & Tim Parkinson / Luke Fowler

Lee Patterson & Tim Parkinson / Luke Fowler

Lee Patterson & Tim Parkinson / Luke Fowler

25/11/2010 - 20:30

Beursschouwburg
A. Ortsstraat 20-28, 1000 Brussel, tel. 02 550 03 50
http://www.beursschouwburg.be/agenda/detail/nl/2138/2010/11/

Lee Patterson is een klankkunstenaar die verborgen klanken uit onze dagelijkse omgeving onderzoekt. In zijn zoektocht naar alternatieve manieren om klank te maken met een piano, werd duidelijk dat elke piano een eigen karakter heeft door o.m. het design, vervaardiging, ouderdom en gebruik. Deze sonische eigenaardigheden laten unieke mogelijkheden toe in elk instrument. ‘Pianoworks (2010)’, een compositie geschreven voor Tim Parkinson, vertrekken van studies op een oude piano in Brussel.

How to create a meaningful dialogue between looking and listening? Luke Fowler’s film cycle 'A Grammar for Listening' attempts to address this question through the possibilities afforded by 16mm film and digital sound recording devices. In part 1, Fowler furthers his on-going dialogues with the sound artist Lee Patterson (Manchester, England). Parts 1 and 2 evolved from filming and recording trips, whose locations were chosen based on a number of geographic and acoustic possibilities.


21st September 2010

7:30 p.m.

Kings College, London

Kings College, London

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An Evening of Improvisation and Composition
King’s College, Tuesday 21st September at 7.30pm


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James Allsopp (tenor saxophone) - Improvisation

Lawrence Williams (saxophone) and Jane Dickson (piano) - December 1952, Earle Brown

Tim Parkinson (piano) and Angharad Davies (violin) - violin and piano piece (2009), Tim Parkinson

Jennifer Allum (violin) and Ute Kanngiesser (‘cello) - Improvisation

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The St. Davids Room
King's College London
Strand
London
WC2R 2LS

Directions:

Go through the main gate of the college, into the courtyard, in the middle is a big door on your left.
Go in the door and up one of the two big staircases on either side.
The St Davids Room lies between the top of those two staircases, facing the chapel.


Admission £5


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9th September 2010

7 p.m.

POLYply 3: Emily Dickinson

POLYply 3: Emily Dickinson

POLYply 3: Emily Dickinson

• Wandelweiser composer Antoine Beuger's Landscapes of Absence, performed by Tim Parkinson, Angharad Davies, David Stent and Dominic Lash (music), Carol Watts (voice), with video by Els van Riel

• Video by Kristen Kreider, shot at Dickinson's home in Amherst, Massachusetts

• Readings by Amy De'Ath, Lucy Sheerman, Harry Gilonis and Prudence Chamberlain

• Book art by Susan Johanknecht

http://polyply.wordpress.com/

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Centre for Creative Collaboration

16 Acton Street, Kings Cross, London WC1X 9NG.

Thursday 9 September, 7pm.

Free entry, all welcome.

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16th July 2010

7 p.m.

Soundwaves Festival

Soundwaves Festival

John Cage – Variations III (1963)
James Saunders – components derive their value solely through their assigned context (2009)
Tim Parkinson – clarinet and words (2003)
Christian Wolff – Exercise 14 (1973-4)

Parkinson Saunders with Andrew Sparling
Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

14th July 2010

7:30 p.m.

Music We'd Like to Hear 2010

Music We

John Cage - One5
Craig Shepard - December
Lee Patterson - new work for piano (supported with funds from PRS for Music Foundation)

Tim Parkinson - piano
Lee Patterson - piano

£9 (£6)
Church of St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham Street, London EC2v

7th July 2010

7:30 p.m.

Music We'd Like to Hear 2010

Music We

music from the wulf.

Mike WInter - for Gregory Chaitin
Mike Winter - rooms and seams
Joseph Kudirka - a round
Taylan Susam - nocturnes
Gary Schultz - cards
Laura Steenberge - elevator music
Eric km Clark - deprivation music #1

http://www.music.calarts.edu/~mwinter/

Orchestra We'd Like to Hear

£9 (£6)
Church of St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham Street, London EC2V

5th July 2010

8 p.m.

Incidental Music @ Mark Müller Galerie

Incidental Music @ Mark Müller Galerie

July 5 to 8, 2010
ZÜRICH
GALERIE MARK MÜLLER, Gessnerallee 36, Zürich

July 5, 8pm
John Lely: Symphony No. 5 (2009)
Tim Parkinson: symphony (2010)

July 6, 8pm
Sam Sfirri: what is mine and what is not (2010)
Stefan Thut: drei, 1-21 (2009)

July 7, 8pm
Jason Brogan: metronomic irregularity (2009)
James Saunders: template (with alterations) (2010-)

July 8, 8pm
Douglas Barrett: A Few Silence (Zürich, 8.7.2010, 20:15 Uhr) (2008)
Manfred Werder: 2010(1)

In concurrent actualisation over the 4 evenings:
Adam Overton: Conspiracy Piece (2009)


incidental music
Julia Eckhardt, viola and varia
Normisa Pereira da Silva, flutes and varia
Stefan Thut, violoncello and varia
Manfred Werder, varia


30th June 2010

7:30 p.m.

Music We'd Like to Hear 2010

Music We

Christian Wolff - The Death of Mother Jones
Markus Trunk - Four stills
Tim Parkinson - violin piece (1999)
John Lely - The Harmonics of Real Strings

Clemens Merkel - violin
(Bozzini Quartet, Montreal)

£9 (£6)
Church of St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham Street, London EC2V


14th May 2010

8 p.m.

Sol LeWitt: Artist's Books

Sol LeWitt: Artist

The chronological display of the artist’s visual books dating from 1967 to 2002, will be complemented by a LeWitt wall drawing executed in the space, exclusively arranged with the artist’s estate especially for the exhibition at Site. The daily activity of constructing this work on the gallery wall will be an integral part of the project, allowing visitors to view the work in progress.

Related Music Performances
FREE ADMISSION

In tandem with the visual works, a sequence of free contemporary music events will take place in the space in a commissioned programme, curated by renowned experimental pianist Philip Thomas. Featuring both all - day and evening performances, the musical programme will reflect some of the aesthetic and technical concerns of Sol LeWitt.

Saturday 8 May, 11am - 5.30pm
Zurich-based composer Manfred Werder will perform his own music with the edges ensemble, who will also perform their own compositions.

Friday 14 May, 8pm
Gerhard Staebler, Kunsu Shim, Anton Lukoszevieze, Philip Thomas and John Lely will perform their own compositions with music by Alvin Lucier, and Tim Parkinson's "untitled cello and piano" (2002)

Saturday 15 May, 11am - 5.30pm
Gerhard Staebler, Kunsu Shim, Anton Lukoszevieze, Philip Thomas and John Lely will be joined by members of the edges ensemble

Saturday 22 May, 11am - 5.30pm
Edges ensemble, John Lely and Philip Thomas will perform music by John Lely, Tom Johnson, Michael Pisaro and others.

Site Gallery
1 Brown Street
Sheffield S1 2BS
UK

6th May 2010

7 p.m.

Joan Key & Yvonne Lammerich Exhibition

Joan Key & Yvonne Lammerich Exhibition

Markus Trunk: Four Stills
Richard Emsley: Still/s 2
Joan Key: From "Splash Fragment"
Richard Emsley: Still/s 14

Joan Key: Duet for Bass Clarinets
Laurence Crane: Arc
Laurence Crane: Raimondas Rumsas
Tim Parkinson: melodica and percussion
Richard Emsley: Still/s 24


Anton Lukoszevieze - cello, David Ryan & Ian Mitchell - clarinets, Angharad Davies - violin, Tim Parkinson - melodica

Bow Arts Trust
183 Bow Road
London E3 2SJ
t: 020 8709 5292
m: 07775 763 124
nunnery@bowarts.com
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