Random Access Music Presents RANDOM TRAVEL MUSIC at Art Share LA

In a new production titled Random Travel Music, members of the New York City based composer/performer collective, Random Access Music (RAM), will be presented on the West Coast on Wednesday, April 19th at Art Share L.A. at 7:30pm. L.A. Violinist Myroslava (Mira) Khomik and pianist Füreya Ünal will perform works by RAM composers Guy Barash, David Fetherolf, and Frances White, alongside a work by John Adams in honor of his 70th birthday.

Program:

Guy Barash: Talkback IV for piano and electronics (2010)

David Fetherolf: Somerville Sonata for violin and piano (1981, 2002)

Frances White: The Old Rose Reader for violin electronics and video (2004)

John Adams: Road Movies (1995)

Random Travel Music

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 7:30pm

Art Share L.A.

801 E. 4th Place

Los Angeles, CA 90013

Admission: $15 / $10 (students & seniors)
www.ram-nyc.org
www.queensnewmusicfestival.org

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ram-s-queens-new-music-festival-fundraiser-2017#/

Notes on the Program:

With Talkback IV, the fourth in a series of compositions for acoustic instruments and live electronics, Barash explores extended techniques, enhanced timbre, and other sonic features that are characteristic of the instrument by magnifying and amplifying otherwise subtle nuances and bringing them to the foreground. David Fetherolf has continually poked at Somerville Sonata over the years, like a chef checking to see if a roast is done, or a child poking an animal to see if it's still alive. The Old Rose Reader was inspired by Frances White's love of old garden roses. John Adams refers to Road Movies as "travel music."

About Random Access Music (RAM):

Random Access Music (RAM) is one of the most active collectives of composers and performers in the country presenting a wide array of contemporary music from the Americas. Since its inception in 2005, RAM has premiered more than 100 works by diverse musical voices, in intimate and formal settings throughout the metropolitan area. These concerts include music by its member composers, the annual call for scores winner, invited guest composers, and others. Collaborating ensembles and the RAM Players are featured on programs each year. RAM further expands the presence of living composers' music to new audiences through the Queens New Music Festival, a 5-day festival of 8 unique concerts by artists and ensembles from the across the U.S.

Upcoming:

2017 Queens New Music Festival

Friday, May 19 - Sunday, May 21, 2017 at The Secret Theatre

4402 23rd Street, Long Island City, NY 11101

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