Performances of .....sofferte onde serene...

The Reflective Space

Libra Ensemble

Thursday 7 November 1996
Sunday 10 November 1996
Lonsdale St Power Station
Melbourne Victoria

Luigi Nono .....sofferte onde serene... 197614
Luigi Nono La lontananza nostalgica utopica futura 1988-89
Karlheinz Stockhausen Spiral 1968
Josh Levine Downstream 1991-92
George Crumb Vox Balanæ 197120
Martin Wesley-Smith For Clarinet and Tape 1983

Sound Studio Concert

City University Concert Series

19:00, Tuesday 16 February 2010
Performance Space, City University (external link)
College Building, St John Street
EC1V 0HB London
United Kingdom

City University presents a concert of electroacoustic works with guest artist Mark Knoop. Featuring a new work for piano and live electronics by Newton Armstrong (external link), alongside Evan Johnson’s enigmatic essay and Luigi Nono’s 1976 masterpiece for piano and tape. Also new electroacoustic works by Horacio Vaggione, Erik Nyström and Adam Asnan.

Admission £5/£2.50 concessions. (external link)

Evan Johnson Dehiscences, Lullay (“Thou nost whider it whil turne”) 20058
Luigi Nono .....sofferte onde serene... 197614
Newton Armstrong Three Windows 2009-10*12

Modern Times: Connecting Composers

Kettle’s Yard

12:00, Saturday 20 February 2010
Kettle’s Yard (external link)
Castle Street
CB3 0AQ Cambridge
United Kingdom

A weekend of concerts, talks, films: 19-21 February 2010. The international summer school for new music in Darmstadt, Germany began in 1946 as one of many attempts to regenerate the city following World War II. Composers such as Messiaen, Varese, Berio, Boulez, Cage, Stockhausen and Xenakis taught on the courses and their impact on the new music scene has been profound.

The concerts, curated by Roger Redgate, present many of the major figures associated with the courses through their chamber music. On Saturday 20 February Mark Knoop and Christopher Redgate present two joint concerts in the series.

For further information about the weekend, and to book tickets, see the Kettle’s Yard (external link) website.

Luigi Nono .....sofferte onde serene... 197614
Christopher Fox Broadway Boogie 19848
Helmut Lachenmann Guero 1970/88
Olivier Messiaen Cantéyodjayâ 194812
Chris Dench e/meth 199510

Artificial Environments

Out Hear

20:00, Monday 18 June 2012
Kings Place Hall Two (external link)
90 York Way
N1 9AG London
United Kingdom

Luigi Nono manipulated recordings of the piano, placing them alongside the live instrument to create an original and compelling sound world; Joanna Bailie (external link) conjures an imagined situation; Newton Armstrong (external link) explores the interior detail of the instrument’s unique acoustic; Stefan Prins (external link) adds video, pitting two pianos against each other.

Stefan Prins Piano Hero #1 20119
Stefan Prins Piano Hero #2 2011, rev 20126
Newton Armstrong making one leaf transparent and then another 2012*12
Joanna Bailie Artificial Environment No.8 2012-13*18
Luigi Nono .....sofferte onde serene... 197614

LCMF: Marxist Chillwave

London Contemporary Music Festival

20:00, Tuesday 27 May 2014
Second Home
Britannia House, 68-80 Hanbury Street
E1 5JL London
United Kingdom

Music and global capitalism: for the artists featured in this programme, the interlacing of these two themes has been a central concern.

Also featuring performances by Fatima Al Qadiri and Leon Michener.

Johannes Kreidler Outsourcing/Fremdarbeit 200923
Luigi Nono .....sofferte onde serene... 197614
Cornelius Cardew Red Flag Prelude 19733
first performance in The United Kingdom
first performance