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  4. Heather Roche (clarinets) and Eva Zöllner (accordion): Expanded Moments

May

05

Tuesday

Heather Roche (clarinets) and Eva Zöllner (accordion): Expanded Moments

7.00pm

Concerts

Public

Programme

  • Farzia Fallah, the expanded moments (of being) (2018/19)
  • Christopher Fox, On Tranquility (2019)
  • Rachel Beja, Petrichor (2019)
  • Johann Svensson, double dubbing (firefly song) (2020)
  • Patricia Martínez, Out of sight (2018)
  • Elnaz Seyedi, Nach neuen Meeren (2018)

Heather Roche and Eva Zöllner by Inga GeiserClarinetist Heather Roche and accordionist Eva Zöllner are two of contemporary music’s most versatile and adaptable voices. Known for their independent travels in experimental performance and extended techniques, the duo come together in concerts of constantly changing aesthetics and approaches. Adventurous music-making, creative risk-taking and innovation characterize their work. In cooperation with composers from different parts of the world they create a new and exciting repertoire and bring it to the stage. Working together since 2015, they have performed at festivals including the Venice Biennale, MIXTUR (Barcelona) and the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. They’ve toured in Mexico and Sweden, and their 2020-2021 season sees them at Acht Brücken festival (Cologne), KLANG (Copenhagen), the Darmstadt Summer Courses and as Musicians in Residence at Gaudeamus.

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When and where

7.00pm - 8.15pmTuesday 5th May 2020

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

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Heather Roche and Eva Zöllner - 5 May 2020, 7pm

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