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Japanese Shihan Principles & Australian Electroacoustic Composition

Event

Japanese Shihan Principles & Australian Electroacoustic Composition

  • Date: Thursday, 11 October 2012, 12.30-1.30pm
  • Venue: The Playhouse, WSU Penrith — Kingswood Campus, Penrith, NSW

Event Details

The third forum for this series features a both one-hour performance and research lecture by Jim Franklin (Shihan) and Michael Atherton (multi-instrumentalist) with an introduction to the Japanese concept of Ma by Professor Adrian Snodgrass (Research Associate, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney).
Including Traditional Honkyoku Repertoire.

Also
Lecture: The Shakuhachi as Practice-Led Research
12.30-1.30pm
Friday 12 October
The Performance Space (O1.62A)
Penrith Campus (Kingswood)

Featured Australian Works

In gentleness and suddenness : for shakuhachi (2003) by Bruce Crossman — Australian premiere
— performed by Jim Franklin
Liquescent voices (duos: shakuhachi, percussion) by Jim Franklin and Michael Atherton — World premiere
— performed by Jim Franklin and Michael Atherton
Listening piece : shakuhachi solo by Clare Maclean — World premiere
— performed by Jim Franklin
Songs from the lake (shakuhachi music) by Jim Franklin
— performed by Jim Franklin

Featured artists

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