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BOP STOP at The Music Settlement is Cleveland's premier listening room: an intimate, acoustically pristine performance venue with sweeping views of Lake Erie.
June 9 from 5:00pm - 7:00pm
This concert is part of Re:Sound, a NEW annual 4-day new music festival that brings together and showcases pioneers in the arts with diverse programming at venues throughout Cleveland! By connecting local and visiting artists, the festival is intended to further propel the innovation and artistry flourishing in Northeast Ohio. The festival is presented byCleveland Uncommon Sound Project. Visit uncommonsoundCLE.com for more information.
This late afternoon show at The Bop Stop features artists from Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Rochester, and CLEVELAND!
$12 general/$8 students and seniors$35 festival pass/$25 student and senior festival pass
-purchase tickets in advance (see link below) or at the door
-no one turned away for lack of funds
ELCO David Gerard Matthews - ondes martenotNoah Rectenwald - synthesizerS. Andrew Smith - synthesizer
Alan Tormey - Second Commentary on the Natures of Realism (2014)
Pittsburgh-based Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra produces concerts and multimedia performances that are informed by the American experimental tradition and that actively cross-pollinate between popular and avant-garde musical styles. For this festival, they will be presenting Alan Tormey's A Second Mediation on the Natures of Realism, for three analog electronic instruments. This work connects the contemporary sonic realism of Acoustic Ecology and Soundscape Studies to the international and classically-inspired musical grammar that was common to both Soviet Realism and American Social Realists such as Aaron Copland or Roy Harris.
Paul Schuette- Puzzle Pieces (2014)Molly Joyce- Amplify (2014)
The Stockhausen Response Project commissioned innovative pieces for solo piano by asking composers to respond to one historic piece: Mikrophonie by Karlheinz Stockhausen. Pianist Brianna Matzke will present two selections from the project (by Paul Schuette and Molly Joyce) that echo Stockhausen's creativity, reimagining the sound world of the piano by integrating electronics.
PHIL PIERICK & KURT GALVÁN
David Clay Mettens - Passacaglia (2016)Vicente Hansen Atria - mother flame light blue mother flake dark blue chrysoprase brilliant fire green (2017)
Local saxophonist Phil Pierick and Rochester-based pianist Kurt Galván perform two new works exploring ideas of resonance, polyrhythmic grooves, and microtonality by composers David Clay Mettens (Chicago) and Vicente Hansen Atria (NYC).
THE SYNDICATE FOR THE NEW ARTS
Jonn Sokol - Above (2018)free improvisation
The Syndicate for the New Arts is a Cleveland-based contemporary music ensemble and presenting organization that focuses on championing local composers and offering brand new musical experiences from touring ensembles at St. John's Ohio City. The ensemble is thrilled to be working with Cleveland composer Jonn Sokol once again. In a collaborative effort, Sokol has created an expansive sonic world for The Syndicate's unique instrumentation: electric guitar, percussion, harp, and piano. As a forward thinking chamber ensemble with diverse musical interests, The Syndicate will also be improvising.
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