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New Sounds

Musical Delay Tactics

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Hear music made with tape loops, digital loops, and/or digital delay, including works from Ingram Marshall & Moby, along with a dreamy guitarscape from Evan Caminiti & more.

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New Sounds

Cinematic Sounds of Iceland

Sunday, April 20, 2014

On this New Sounds program, we’ll hear a sampling of works from a concentrated new music hotspot: Iceland.  It’s a scene where rock music, orchestral music and electronics are blended freely and without regard for genre lines.  To get an idea, we’ll hear music by composer/producer Valgeir Sigurdsson, who balances chamber and classical against rock and electronica.  Plus, something from the now San Diego-based Anna Thorvaldsdottir, whose frosty orchestral music seems to invoke a shimmery soundworld of texures, even though it is played using just acoustic instruments on her record, “Rhizoma.”

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New Sounds

Musical Delay Tactics

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Hear music made with tape loops, digital loops, and/or digital delay on this New Sounds show, with works from Ingram Marshall & Moby, along with a dreamy guitarscape from Evan Caminiti.  Caminiti, who is also one half of twang flecked drone duo Barn Owl, reins in the twang and ominously increases drone on his most recent effort, “Dreamless Sleep.”

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New Sounds

Cinematic Sounds of Iceland

Monday, April 08, 2013

On this New Sounds program, we’ll hear a sampling of works from a concentrated new music hotspot: Iceland.  It’s a scene where rock music, orchestral music and electronics are blended freely and without regard for genre lines.  To get an idea, we’ll hear music by composer/producer Valgeir Sigurdsson, who balances chamber and classical against rock and electronica.  Plus, something from the now San Diego-based Anna Thorvaldsdottir, whose frosty orchestral music seems to invoke a shimmery soundworld of texures, even though it is played using just acoustic instruments on her record, “Rhizoma.” 

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New Sounds

Musical Delay Tactics

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Hear music made with tape loops, digital loops, and/or digital delay on this New Sounds show, with works from Ingram Marshall & Moby, along with a dreamy guitarscape from Evan Caminiti.  Caminiti, who is also one half of twang flecked drone duo Barn Owl, reins in the twang and ominously increases drone on his most recent effort, “Dreamless Sleep.” 

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New Sounds

Cinematic Sounds of Iceland

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

On this New Sounds program, we’ll hear a sampling of works from a concentrated new music hotspot: Iceland.  It’s a scene where rock music, orchestral music and electronics are blended freely and without regard for genre lines.  To get an idea, we’ll hear music by composer/producer Valgeir Sigurdsson, who balances chamber and classical against rock and electronica.  Plus, something from the now San Diego-based Anna Thorvaldsdottir, whose frosty orchestral music seems to invoke a shimmery soundworld of texures, even though it is played using just acoustic instruments on her record, “Rhizoma.”  

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New Sounds

Electronic Music, All Sorts

Saturday, October 01, 2011

For this New Sounds, we'll dip into the many flavors of electronic music.  Hear some glitch electronica from Taylor Deupree + Stephan Mathieu along with some classic electronic minimalism from Cluster.  Also, listen to an electronic re-creation of an opera by 12th century composer Hildegard von Bingen, electronic “turntablist guitar” from Andre La Fosse, and more.

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Q2 Music

Credo in Preview

Monday, November 15, 2010

Tonight at 7pm, join me for a special pre-concert feature in anticipation of tonight's White Light festival concert, featuring music composed by Sigur Rós members Jón Þor "Jónsi" Birgisson and Kjartan Sveinsson, performed by the Hilliard Ensemble, the Latvian National chorus, and the Wordless Music Orchestra.

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New Sounds

Electronic Music, All Sorts

Friday, October 15, 2010

For this New Sounds, we'll dip into the many flavors of electronic music.  Hear some glitch electronica from Taylor Deupree + Stephan Mathieu along with some classic electronic minimalism from Cluster.  Also, listen to an electronic re-creation of an opera by 12th century composer Hildegard von Bingen, electronic “turntablist guitar” from Andre La Fosse, and more.

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