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UPROAR

T01278753996
Welsh Music Ensemble.

Archive :: production:T01278753996, concert:S1354205919, venue:V1437671379

Professor Bad Trip

UPROAR returns with a programme dedicated to new electroacoustic composition. Three homegrown commissions sit alongside three celebrated international works by pioneering electroacoustic composers. All specialise in the use of electronics to sculpt and manipulate the sound of traditional instruments to create new sonic experiences. Performed by UPROAR's new music specialist musicians this is an evening of virtuosic work for anyone interested in the new frontiers of classical music and electronic sound. We commissioned three new 8-minute works for large ensemble and live electronics from 3 welsh composers Sarah Lianne Lewis, Bethan Morgan Williams and Andrew Lewis. These works sit alongside those of three international electroacoustic pioneers emerging from the ‘Spectral Movement' in Paris, Tristan Murail, Fausto Romitelli and Kaija Saariaho.

Performance

VenueGaleri Caernarfon
Other spaces: Studio 1, Studio 2
TownCaernarfon
CountyGwynedd
From20th May 2022
To20th May 2022
When19:30
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Company

Performer Taylor MacClennan (flute)
Performer Heather Roche (clarinet)
Performer Torbjorn Hultmark (trumpet / soprano trombone)
Performer Julian Warbuton (percussion)
Performer Alex Wilson (piano)
Performer Anne Denholm (harp)
Performer James Woodrow (electric guitar)
Performer Miranda Fulleylove (violin)
Performer Philippa Mo (violin)
Performer Fiona Winning (viola)
Performer Deni Teo (cello)
Performer Alan Taylor (bass / electric bass guitar)
Performer Andrew Lewis (live electronics)
Performer Tom Rydeard (live electronics)
Performer Sarah Lianne Lewis (live electronics)
Conductor Michael Rafferty
Lighting Ceri James
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