Stroma brings the gorgeous spaces of the Wellington City Gallery to life with reverberant sonic colour.
Four works by NZ composers will provide 70 minutes of raw musical abandon: the world premiere of Jeroen Speak’s beguiling Eratosthene’s Sieve, a compressed concert version of Michael Norris’s Timedance, based on a deconstruction of Bach’s Suite in B minor, Alison Isadora’s quirky work for string quartet, in which the players have to operate percussion instruments with their feet, and Jack Body’s Interior, a work from 1987 for ensemble and field recordings that has never been performed before in Wellington.
Jeroen Speak | Eratosthene's Sieve Michael Norris | Timedance (compressed concert version) Alison Isadora | Point of departure Jack Body | Interior
Listen to an interview with Michael Norris, Co-Director of Stroma on RNZ Upbeat:
August 30, 2015 5:00PM
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