11th July 2013
Le Hum Moncton
Featuring Drum Piece (2009) by Tim Parkinson
LeHum vol. 1 no. 4
Galerie Sans Nom, Éditions Sisyphe and Music/Musique NB presents the fourth instalment of a series of monthly concerts of contemporary and experimental music. This series proposes pieces from the experimental music repertoire mainly from composers and performers of today, as well as from the last sixty years.
LeHum, Vol. 1, No. 4, will be held on Thursday, July 11, at 9:00 PM, at Galerie Sans Nom, 140 Botsford Street, in Moncton. Admission is $6.
We have the pleasure of welcoming US based ensemble Red Desert for our July LeHum, this clarinet and percussion duo will play an evening of sounds floating between lines of modernity: birds, lovers, gongs, war drums, waves, sleeping, baseball and ancient lakes. We’ll hear among the most influential voices of the last sixty years in music, including Earle Brown, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Michael Pisaro, Christian Wolff and more.
Katie Porter, clarinet, bass clarinet
Devin Maxwell, percussion
While Red Desert is officially a new project, Devin Maxwell and Katie Porter have been performing, composing, and presenting interesting new music of all shapes and sizes since they met at CalArts in 2002. Collectively, they have premiered work by many composers including Jonathan Marmor, Quentin Tolimieri, Jason Ajemian, André Cormier, Tim Parkinson, Michael Pisaro, Craig Shepard, and Larry Polansky. Devin is currrently working on a PhD in music composition at the University of Utah while making new music for Svavar Jónatansson’s photo documentary of the Utah Salt Flats, Jessica Gaynor Dance, and the Skyros Quartet. Katie’s recent projects include performing in Arthur Russell’s Instrumentals, Daniel Goode’s Flexible Orchestra, Peter Gordon’s Love of Life Orchestra and on recordings of Michael Pisaro’s Asleep, Street, Pipes, Tones and Craig Shepard’s On Foot Brookyn released by Wandelweiser Records. They live and work in Brooklyn, NY and Wanship, Utah.
Galerie Sans Nom
140 rue Botsford St, Locaux 13 et 16
Moncton, NB E1C 4X5