- Date: Monday, 7 June 2010, 8pm
- Venue: Hall 2, Kings Place — 90 York Way, London, United Kingdom
- Tickets: Adults: £9.50, children & concession: none — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on +44 020 7520 14
The blisteringly virtuosic skills of Australian violinist Graeme Jennings meets the challenge of Brian Ferneyhough's 'Intermedio alla ciaccona'. Links between improvisation and notated aesthetics are explored in a new version of Codex IX, a major electro-acoustic piece of Richard Barrett realised with the participation of the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory of RMIT, Melbourne. The incessant and inexorable energies of Anthony Braxton/Timothy O'Dwyer and Dominik Karski sit alongside a continuing emphasis upon James Dillon. ELISION is Australia's premier international ensemble for the performance of new music. The group has established a reputation for delivering authoritative and virtuosic interpretations of complex, unusual and challenging aesthetics, often developed in close collaboration with the composer.
Featured non-Australian music: James Dillon, Brian Ferneyhough, Aaron Cassidy, Richard Barrett
Featured Australian Works
|For alto : violin solo by Timothy O'Dwyer and Anthony Braxton|
— performed by Graeme Jennings
||OverFlow : for oboe, trumpet/piccolo trumpet, trombone and percussion (2006) by Dominik Karski|
— performed by Elision Ensemble
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