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Tom Johnson & Pauline Oliveros

Aya Suzuki & young percussion talents

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Beat it! 3.0

chamber music
Wed 17 Mar 2021 -20.00
Concertgebouw
introduction by Anna Vermeulen 19.15
start 20.00

B - Standaard €19.00

Reduction -26 €10.00

Ticket sales for performances in November and onward will begin at a later date. We will inform you of the start of sales via our newsletter (register at the bottom of this page), this website and our social media pages.

American cult composers bring musical knock-out

In Nine Bells, Aya Suzuki moves among an array of nine metal bells like a Japanese Butoh dancer. American composer Tom Johnson not only set down the notes of this piece, but also the path the performer has to follow through the instrument. The result is a repetitive, hypnotic ritual for eye and ear. Equally contemplative is the music of Pauline Oliveros. In her Earth Ears, 15 percussionists tease out ethereal textures and transient harmonies.

programme

Tom Johnson (1939)
Nine Bells

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Pauline Oliveros (1932-2016)
Earth Ears

performers

Aya Suzuki: percussion

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Conservatory students – School of Arts – HoGent & Codarts: percussion ensemble
Alexandre Babel & Stéphane Gari: coaching & musical direction

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Aya Suzuki: percussion

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Conservatory students – School of Arts – HoGent & Codarts: percussion ensemble
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Wed 17 Mar 2021 -20.00
Concertgebouw
introduction by Anna Vermeulen 19.15
start 20.00

B - Standaard €19.00

Reduction -26 €10.00

Ticket sales for performances in November and onward will begin at a later date. We will inform you of the start of sales via our newsletter (register at the bottom of this page), this website and our social media pages.

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