Performances of For Bunita Marcus

Disintegrate, degenerate, decompose

Out Hear

20:00, Monday 17 May 2010
Kings Place Hall Two (external link)
90 York Way
N1 9AG London
United Kingdom

Pianist Mark Knoop presents two musical experiences: Richard Beaudoin (external link)’s new work Études d’un prélude celebrates Chopin’s 200th birth year with a multifaceted aural portrait; Morton Feldman (external link)’s For Bunita Marcus evolves peacefully yet relentlessly across its 70 minute duration, ultimately removing the perspective of instrument or even the passage of time.

Tickets on sale 6 February 2010 from Kings Place (external link).

Richard Beaudoin Étude d’un prélude VII—Latticed Window 2009*2
Richard Beaudoin Étude d’un prélude IV—Black Wires 20097
Richard Beaudoin Étude d’un prélude I—Chopin desséché 2009*7
Morton Feldman For Bunita Marcus 198570

Kämmer Klang

Institute of Contemporary Arts

20:00, Friday 18 February 2011
Institute of Contemporary Arts (external link)
The Mall
SW1Y 5AH London
United Kingdom

As part of Kämmer Klang (external link) at the ICA, Mark Knoop presents Feldman (external link)’s classic late piano solo. Also works by John Cage (external link), Earle Brown performed by the Kämmer Klang players. Introduction by Christopher Fox at 18:30.

Morton Feldman For Bunita Marcus 198570
first performance
first performance in The United Kingdom