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 Sound Field 05
  CHICAGO NEW AND EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC FESTIVAL - SEPT 19TH - OCT 30TH, 2005

Featuring Music and
Performances by :


ENSEMBLE N_JP
GRAEME JENNINGS
STEFANO SCODANNIBIO
ASIMINA CHREMOS
MIKE SVOBODA
OLIVIA BLOCK
TAKU UNAMI
REI HOTODA
HELSINKI TRIO
FE-MAIL
DRESSER/UITTI/MALLOZZI
DIDI BRUCKMEYER
KAZUKO TAKADA
GENE COLEMAN
BORIS HAUF
YOKO SATO
SISTRUM
CANTO BATTUTO
WILLIAMS/BUGALLO/
DISSANYAKE/HOTODA
SHARIF & CHRISTINE SEHNAOUI
TOSHIMARU NAKAMURA
ENSEMBLE NOAMNESIA
MICHAEL ZERANG
KOTOKA SUZUKI
TOM DENLINGER
JASON KAHN
0.3


Past Events:
Sound Field 04


 

Schedule of events:

September 19th, 8:00 PM

Mike Svoboda (Germany/USA): Trombone solo

FE-MAIL (Maja RATKJE & Hild TAFJORD): Noise electronics duo (Norway)

Rennaissance Society
5811 South Ellis Ave.
Cobb Hall, 4th Floor
773-702-8670
www.renaissancesociety.org
(free concert)



September 20 , 6:00 PM

"Kyoto In_Ex" a music and video composition by Gene Coleman,
with video by Tom Denlinger and Gene Coleman,
played by Ensemble N_JP (Japan/USA) directed by Rei Hotoda.
The program will include traditional Japanese music,
featuring Ko Ishikawa (sho), Yoko Nishi (koto)
and Kazuko Takada (shamisen)

*Presented in cooperation with the Chicago World Music Festival
www.cityofchicago.org/WorldMusic

Chicago Cultural Center
Claudia Cassidy Theater
78 E. Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602
(free concert)


September 21 , 8:00 PM

Ensemble N_JP plays "Kyoto In_Ex" by Gene Coleman,
with video by Denlinger + Coleman.
The program will also include traditional Japanese music,
featuring Ko Ishikawa (sho), Yoko Nishi (koto)
and Kazuko Takada (shamisen)

McCormick Auditorium
Lake Forest College
555 N. Sheridan Rd.
Lake Forest, Illinois 60045
847-234-3100
www.lfc.edu
Admission tba


October 3rd , 7:00 PM

Concert with Taku Unami (computer and acoustic devices, (Japan),
Toshimaru Nakamura (no input mixing board, (Japan)
and Gene Coleman (bass clarinet)

Shin Higuchi Institute
3485 N. Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657
773-528-1930
Admission: $15/$10


October 5th , 8:00 PM

Graeme Jennings (Australia), solo violin

"The Modern Italian Violin"

Salvatore Sciarrino: 6 Capricci - per violino solo (1976)
Franco Donatoni: Argot - Due Pezzi per violino (1979)
Stefano Scodanibbio: My New Address - per violino solo (1988)
Luciano Berio: Sequenza VIII - per violino solo (1977)
Bruno Maderna: Widmung - per violino solo (1967)
Franco Donatoni: Ciglio - per violino solo (1989)

The Renaissance Society
5811 South Ellis Ave.
Cobb Hall, 4th Floor
773-702-8670
www.renaissancesociety.org
free concert


October 15th , 8:00 PM

Mark Dresser (bass (USA),
Frances Marie Utti (cello (Netherlands/USA)
and Lou Mallozzi (turntables, voice, etc. (Chicago)

The Renaissance Society
5811 South Ellis Ave.
Cobb Hall, 4th Floor
773-702-8670
www.renaissancesociety.org
free concert


October 16th , 7:00 PM

Music and Dance program with Sharif Sehnaoui (e-guitar)
and Christine Sehnaoui (alto sax), (Lebanon/France),
with Gene Coleman (bass clarinet)
and Asimina Chermos (choreography and dancing (Chicago)

Links Hall
3435 N. Sheffield, 2nd Floor
773-281-0824
www.linkshall.org
Admission: $10/$5


October 17th , 8:00 PM

Christine Sehnaoui (saxophone (France/Lebanon),
Sharif Sehnaoui (e-guitar (France/Lebanon)
with Ensemble Noamnesia
and special guest Michael Zerang (percussion (Chicago)

The Renaissance Society
5811 South Ellis Ave.
Cobb Hall, 4th Floor
773-702-8670
www.renaissancesociety.org
free concert


October 19th , 7:00 PM

Ensemble Noamnesia
with the Swiss duo Canto Battuto (Eva Nievergelt (voice)
and Christoph Brunner (percussion)
.
Music by University of Chicago composers
Kotoka Suzuki (Canda/Japan)
and Marta Ptaszynska (USA/Poland),
also works by Gary Berger (Switzerland) and Christian Wolff (USA)

Preston Bradley Hall
Chicago Cultural Center
78 East Washington
free concert


October 23rd , 7:00 PM

Jason Kahn (laptop and percussion (Switzerland), solo
and with Olivia Block (electronics (Chicago)

Links Hall
3435 N. Sheffield, 2nd Floor
773-281-0824
www.linkshall.org
Admission: $10/$5


October 25th , 8:00 PM

Papier Mache (Bryan Day, Alex Boardman & Joseph Jaros)

Yoko Sato & Luke Polipnick (guitar and voice (Japan/USA)

0.3 (Rob Drinkwater, Jason Soliday, & Brian Labycz ( live electronics (Chicago)

Enemy
1550 North Milwaukee 3rd floor
Admission: $5


October 26th , 8:00 PM

Jason Kahn (electronics (Zurich)

Boris Hauf (saxophone (Vienna)

Enemy
1550 North Milwaukee 3rd floor
Admission: $5


October 27th, 8:00 PM

Stefano Scodannibio
(Contrabass (Italy)
Music by Scodannibio, Luciano Berio, a.o.

The Renaissance Society
5811 South Ellis Ave.
Cobb Hall, 4th Floor
773-702-8670
www.renaissancesociety.org
free concert


October 28th, 8:00 PM

Pianists Rei Hotoda, Amy Dissanayake,
Amy Williams and Helena Bugallo (USA)

Lots of keys, lots of hands...

Contemporary Piano Music for 1 to 8 Hands

David Rakowski "Ain't Got No Right"
and "North Paw"
John Wolf Brennan “Capriccio”
Morton Feldman “Three Hands”
Amy Williams “Abstracted Art”
Gyorgy Ligeti “Three Pieces for Two Pianos”
Tania Leon - “Satiné”
Maurice Ravel “Frontispiece”
Gyorgy Kurtag “Durch Adam's Fall ist ganz verderbt” (Bach transcription)
Colon Nancarrow “Study #26”
John Wolf Brennan “Zigfing”
Morton Feldman “4 pianos”

Piano Forte Chicago
410 S. Michigan Ave.
(Fine Arts Building) #825
312-291-0000
Admission: $12/$10


October 30th, 6:00 PM

"Count the Stars/Neglected Rooms"
a music and video composition by Vienna based composers
Werner Dafeldecker and Burkhard Stangl,
with video by Didi Bruckmeyer.
The program also features improvisations by
The Helsinki Trio (W. Dafeldecker (bass), B. Stangl (e-guitar),
Franz Hautzinger (trumpet), with Didi Bruckmeyer (voice)

Claudia Cassidy Theater
Chicago Cultural Center
78 East Washington
free concert


The Sound Field 2005 festival is made possible
by the following sponsors
:

THE ASIAN CULTURAL COUNCIL, NEW YORK
THE JAPAN FOUNDATION, NEW YORK
THE RENAISSANCE SOCIETY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
LAKE FOREST COLLEGE
PRO HELVETIA
THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, CITY OF CHICAGO
THE SHIN HIGUCHI INSTITUTE, CHICAGO
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, MUSIC DEPARTMENT
MEET THE COMPOSER, INC.
THE ILLINOIS ARTS COUNCIL
THE AUSTRIAN CULTURAL FORUM, NEW YORK
US-JAPAN CULTURAL TRADE NETWORK
AMERICAN COMPOSERS FORUM
SOUNDFIELD, NFP
LINKS HALL


We are pleased to announce our Sound Field Spring 2006 concert series:

Akikazu Nakamura (shakuhachi player and composer, Japan), solo and with Ensemble Noamnesia (February 2006)

Matthias Kaul (percussionist and composer, from Germany), solo and with Ensemble Noamnesia (May 2006)

Please watch for further information about these programs on our web site www.soundfield.org

Sound Field 2005 is dedicated to Luc Ferrari (1929—2005)

 




 



 


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