Music by Different Means
This performance will feature works that are the product of a wide array of compositional means. Time cycles, amplification, multi-media, computer assisted composition, and live sound processing serve as the primary method of music production. With the exception of the opening work by John Cage, the remainder of the works are compositions by composers currently based in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
John Cage: In a Landscape
Eleanor Wong, harp
Christopher Biggs: Externalities
Zachary Boyt, cello
Adam Lenz: L'évadé
Peter Breithaupt, amplified friction sounds
Valeria Jonard: Envy
Abderrahman Anzaldua, violin
Andrew Maxbauer: For Percussion
Andrew Maxbauer, percussion
Adam Lenz and Andrew Maxbauer, artistic directors
Christopher Biggs, technology director
Admission for this event is free.
Parking: The Park Trades Center does not have a parking lot. Please plan to arrive early to secure a street parking space which is free after 5:00 PM. Paid parking is also available in the two parking ramps located downtown. The parking lot North of the Park Trades Center loading dock is private and reserved for building tenants who pay for these spaces. Violators will be towed.
Performance Entrance: The entrance for this performance will be on the Kalamazoo Avenue side of the building under the painted sign marked Park Trades Center. A doorman will direct you to the stairs that lead to the performance space.