Performances between 2018 and 2019

Experiences

Cafe Oto

19:30, Thursday 18 January 2018
Cafe OTO (external link)
18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston
E8 3DL London
United Kingdom

Violinist Aisha Orazbayeva and pianist Mark Knoop present an evening of music for violin and piano including early and late compositions by John Cage (external link) and a London premiere of Eraser’s Edge by Norway’s Ole-Henrik Moe. The programme also features solo violin fantasias by G.P. Telemann from Orazbayeva’s third solo album and Knoop’s version of Cage’s Experiences No.1 for piano and electronics.

John Cage Six Melodies 195012
Ole-Henrik Moe Eraser’s Edge 199510
John Cage Experiences No.1 19456
G.P. Telemann Fantasias 173515
John Cage Two6 199220

Popular Contexts

Post-Paradise

20:00, Friday 26 January 2018
Centrala (external link)
Unit 4 Minerva Works
158 Fazeley Street B5 5RT Birmingham
United Kingdom

Mark Knoop performs at the experimental music series in Birmingham.

Matthew Shlomowitz Popular Contexts 2 201025

Voices and Piano

Wiener Tage der zeitgenössischen Klaviermusik

19:00, Monday 29 January 2018
Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst
Alte Konzertsaal
Rennweg 8, 1030 Vienna
United Kingdom

Mark Knoop presents the opening concert for the Wiener Tage der zeitgenössischen Klaviermusik.

Joanna Bailie Artificial Environment No.8 2012-1318
Peter Ablinger Voices and Piano (selection) 1998-

Kammer Klang

Distractfold Ensemble

20:30, Tuesday 6 February 2018
Cafe OTO (external link)
18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston
E8 3DL London
United Kingdom

Barblina Meierhans May I ask you something? 201710
Steven Kazuo Takasugi The Man who couldn’t stop laughing 2012-1420
Hanna Hartman Circling Blue 201012

Receiving the Approaching Memory

Principal Sound

16:00, Saturday 17 February 2018
St John’s Smith Square (external link)
SW1P 3HA
London
United Kingdom

The music of Schubert occupied a very special place in the musical imagination of Morton Feldman (external link). Here Mark Knoop pairs Feldman’s last work for solo piano with a late Schubert impromptu. He is then joined by Aisha Orazbayeva to perform music by Bryn Harrison (external link), whose subtly shifting textures extend Feldman’s language into the 21st century.

Franz Schubert Impromptu in C minor opus 90/1 D899 18279
Morton Feldman Palais de Mari 198624
Bryn Harrison Receiving the Approaching Memory 2011-1240

Kammer Klang

Plus Minus Ensemble

20:30, Tuesday 6 March 2018
Cafe OTO (external link)
18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston
E8 3DL London
United Kingdom

Catherine Lamb new work 2018*15
Newton Armstrong new work 2015*12

Community of Objects

Plus Minus Ensemble

19:00, Tuesday 27 March 2018
Performance Space, City University (external link)
College Building, St John Street
EC1V 0HB London
United Kingdom

A concert featuring the work of six emerging UK-based composers. The programme serves as a platform for the genuinely broad spectrum of compositional approaches present in today’s new music scene, from the conceptual, performative and intermedial, to work driven by sonic exploration and the re-imagining of traditional musical materials.

Ben Jameson Silent Doom Disco 201710
Monika Dalach Shout #1 201712
Caitlin Rowley Community of Objects 201710
Alice Jeffreys new work *12
Oliver Thurley new work 2018*12
Lawrence Dunn new work 2018*12
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