ELISION Ensemble: imagines me into systems smeared along wires
- Date: Saturday, 26 March 2011, an event in three parts 7pm - 11:30pm approximately
- Venue: Iwaki Auditorium — ABC Southbank Centre, 120-130 Southbank Boulevard, South Melbourne, VIC Tickets: This is a free event
Curated by ELISION and presented by Julian Day and the ABC, this concert gives Australian audiences the chance to hear key repertoire by composers who have had long-standing associations with the ensemble, composers that have had a large influence upon the artistic direction of the group, as well as an intriguing line-up of composers who are working with the ensemble for the first time.
Supported by an ARC linkage grant, ELISION and SIAL Sound (RMIT) have undertaken a long-term research project into the spatialisation of instrumental gesture. Some of this research will be incorporated into the large-scale electroacoustic work codex ix.
Performers: ELISION Ensemble Paula Rae | flute Richard Haynes | clarinet Timothy O’Dwyer | saxophone Tristram Williams | trumpet Benjamin Marks | trombone Peter Neville | percussion Daryl Buckley | electric guitar Graeme Jennings | violin Erkki Veltheim | viola Michael Hewes | sound design Jeffrey Hannam | sound spatialisation
Photo: Justin Nicholas
Featured non-Australian music: Richard Barrett – news from nowhere (2011), codex ix (2008); James Erber – An Allegorical Landscape (2010); Sam Hayden – Misguided (2008-2011)
Featured Australian Works
|Ehwaz (journeying) : trumpet and percussion duo (2010) by Liza Lim|
— performed by Elision Ensemble
|imagines me into systems smeared along wires (2011) for bass clarinet and percussion by Robert Dahm — World premiere|
|transbraxton I (2009) for solo violin by Timothy O'Dwyer|
|transbraxton II (2011) for solo bass clarinet by Timothy O'Dwyer — World premiere|
- Performer Elision Ensemble
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