PRELUDES AND NOCTURNS Presented As Part of Midsumma at Hare Hole, Hares
Preludes and Nocturnes welcomes the listener into a sonic environment that evokes Bach and Chopin through to Philip Glass, Steve Reich and John Cage. A cascade of pieces - varying from one, two or three performers - unites with stunning visuals by projection artist Jim Walter in a breathtaking and transportive experience.
Preludes and Nocturnes explores unfolding ideas in a post-minimalist sound world. It will premiere as part of Midsumma at Hare Hole, Hares and Hyenas Wednesday 6 until Friday 8 February 2019.
Composed by PJNoack for three keyboards, accompanied by hypnotic projected imagery. Performed by the composer with well-known Melbourne performers and musical identities William Elm and Gareth Wiecko,
A diverse cycle of pieces for one, two and three keyboard players, Preludes and Nocturnes reflects on being alone, being together; and what these mean when everything around us is changing.
PJNoack is a Melbourne-based composer, performer and producer. His highly original music reflects a diverse range of influences including classical, experimental, minimalism, blues, pop and electronic. He studied at both Elder and Melbourne Conservatoriums.
As a producer, PJ's work has had a strong focus within the Deaf, disabled and mental health communities and he continues to proudly work in this capacity.
Preludes and Nocturnes by PJNoack premieres as part of Midsumma at Hare Hole, Hares and Hyenas 63 Johnston Street Fitzroy from Wed 6 until Fri 8 February 2019, 7pm. Bookings: www.midsumma.com