During this season of milestones, CMS looks to works in the past century that have set the stage for composers today. These prophetic voices have pioneered innovations that have changed the current musical landscape, fascinating listeners and sparking curiosity.

 

Coming out of the German elektronische Musik movement of the 1950s, Stockhausen’s Kontakte brought chamber music to a new platform by creating a musical dialogue between electronic and instrumental sounds. Stockhausen’s innovation paved the way for the continued exploration of electronic music. Click here for more info (Opens in a new window)

 

Karlheinz Stockhausen Kontakte for Piano, Percussion, and Electronic Sounds (1958-60)

Kaija Saariaho Trois rivières for Percussion Quartet and Electronics (1994)

Thomas Meadowcroft Cradles for Percussion Duo with Wurlitzer e-Piano (2013)

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New Milestones: Electronic Chamber Music in a New Form

Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 7:30 PM Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse

Add to Calendar 01/16/2020 7:30 pm 01/16/2020 7:30 pm America/New_York New Milestones: Electronic Chamber Music in a New Form - During this season of milestones, CMS looks to works in the past century that have set the stage for composers today. These prophetic voices have pioneered innovations that have changed the current... Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, 165 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023 Lincoln Center false MM/DD/YYYY aho3e0k00zv7rk56sm4e178
  • Michael Brown, Piano
  • Christopher Froh, Percussion
  • Ayano Kataoka, Percussion
  • Eduardo Leandro, Percussion
  • Ian David Rosenbaum, Percussion
  • David Adamcyk, Electronics
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