FOR PHILIP GUSTON (1978; 4:30’)
WHY PATTERNS (1978; 30’)
CRIPPLED SYMMETRY (1983; 90’)
JULIA DEN BOER
As performers who revel in repertoire that spans visceral chaos and microscopic investigation, Julia Den Boer, Russell Greenberg, and Laura Cocks’ mutual interest in cultivating new listening experiences brings them together for this nearly seven-hour rendering of Feldman’s three large-scale works for flute, piano, and percussion.
These three performers are among New York City’s most inimitable interpreters of new music. They are founding members of ensembles Yarn/Wire, Kylwyria, and TAK; collectively they have performed with ensembles such as London Sinfonietta, International Contemporary Ensemble, Talea Ensemble, Ensemble Dal Niente, Wet Ink Ensemble and others.
Their performances have garnered international acclaim at festivals including Festival d’Automne (Paris), Unerhörte Musik (Berlin), Tectonics Festival (Glasgow), Klangspuren Festival (Austria), Ultima Festival (Oslo), and more. They have performed with some of the most sought after composers and conductors today, including Tristan Murail, Zosha DiCastri, Peter Eötvös, Liza Lim, Kate Soper, Steve Reich, and more.