panSonus at UQ School of Music
- Date: Monday, 9 September 2019, 7:30pm
- Venue: Zelman Cowen Building, University of Queensland — The University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD
- Tickets: This is a free event, however registration is required online
In collaboration with bassist Robert Davidson (Topology; UQ School of Music Composition Faculty), this concert marks the conclusion of New York-based experimental duo panSonus' (Jon Clancy, percussionist/sound artist & Amber Evans, vocalist/conductor) inaugural Australia/New Zealand tour. This intimate program of unusual works for combinations of voice, percussion, and double bass will also feature premieres of miniatures written for panSonus by composition students of the UQ School of Music and Queensland Conservatorium.
Program details TBC.
Comprised of New York-based musicians Jon Clancy (Westfield, NJ) and Amber Evans (Brisbane, AUS), panSonus is an interdisciplinary duo that seeks to promote and collaborate in the creation of new and experimental works for combinations of voice, percussion, theatre, and electronics, that transcend their respective traditional practices. Through their work, the duo curates uniquely engaging and visceral performance experiences that heighten awareness of corporeal, spacial, and material resonance, and advocates for thoughtful, inclusive, and conceptual programming practices.
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
|Leviathan for soprano, flute and prerecorded sound by Christopher Healey — Australian premiere|
- Music of Christopher Healey
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