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Ian Pace: Spatiality and Discursivity




A characteristically adventurous programme from world-renowned performer and City University Lecturer Ian Pace, featuring a wide range of works variously exploring music as a quasi-spatial art form, and for intricate discursive forms.


Franco Evangelisti, Proiezioni sonore (1955-56)
Edd Caine, Wild Flowers (2014) (London premiere)
Andrea Cavallari, Selfportrait; Studio Uno from Studies for piano (1995-2009) (UK premiere)
Harald Muenz, schönes klavierstück (2006) (UK premiere)
Evan Johnson, three reversed movements, to bring destroyed objects back to life (2014)
Rebecca Saunders, crimson (2005) (London premiere)
Newton Armstrong, making one leaf transparent and then another (2012) (15')
Adam Bell, Two-Slit Experiments (2010) (World premiere)
Alan Cassar, Visages (2003) (UK premiere)
Maxim Kolomiiets, Rejection (2012) (UK premiere)
Brian Ferneyhough, Quirl: Study in Self-Similar Rhythms (2011-13) (London premiere)

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7.00pm - 8.30pmFriday 5th June 2015

Performance Space College Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 4PB United Kingdom

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