Spectral Crossings

27 March, 2014
Music Auditorium – Waapa (Perth, AU)


Tints of July for Flute, Guitar and Live-electronics
Flute: Kirsten Smith
Guitar: Chris Kotchie
Electronics: Josten Myburgh














(Extract from their page)

Spectral music was developed in France in the 1970s and sought to exteriorise the inner reality of sound, to project its inner dynamics into an acoustic space and time, and to transmit to the public the reality of sound in all its complexity. WAAPA new music ensemble AXIS 21 presents works by, and inspired by, this subtle and ephemeral music.

Henry Anderson Resident Frequencies [2013] (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, percussion and electronics)
Stuart James n-dimension [2013] (flute, bass clarinet, viola, cello, percussion and electronics)
Haruka Hirayama Tints of July (flute, guitar and electronics) 10m
Lindsay Vickery the inaudible becomes audible [2013] (flute, clarinet, viola, cello, percussion and electronics)
Cat Hope Sogno102 [2013] (bass flute, bass clarinet, viola, cello, piano and electronics)
Sam Gillies Threshold [2011] (bass clarinet and electronics) 6m
Lindsay Vickery Nature Forms I [2014] (cello, electric guitar, piano and electronics)
Tristan Murail Winter Fragments [2000] (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and electronics)

Kirsten Smith – flute/bass flute
Lindsay Vickery – clarinet/bass clarinet electronics
Aaron Wyatt – violin/viola
Tristen Parr – cello
Stuart James – piano/percussion electronics
Chris Kotchie – guitar/electric guitar
Josten Myburgh – electronics


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