Tonight at Tenri

(please note, this post was published on Nov. 30th, 2012)

The Tenri Cultural Institute, the Japanese art gallery where my Imaginary Timescapes concert will take place, is a fairly popular performance space for new music. This performance there tonight looks like an interesting one—the Association for the Promotion of New Music is presenting a concert of solo clarinet (Christopher Grymes) with electronics, programming works by the electronic music pioneer Mario Davidovsky and his students. Jeff Nichols, one of my professors at the CUNY Graduate Center, will lead a panel discussion on Davidovsky’s music. Curious about the venue for myImaginary Timescapes performance? Check it out:http://apnmmusic.org/concerts.html. And to learn about Mario Davidovsky, I recommend this interview with Frank Oteri:http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/mario-davidovsky-a-long-way-from-home/.

(Originally posted Nov 30th, 2012 at 09:26 AM EST)

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