Stanford University Jazz, Electroacoustics, Improv. concerts

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Stanford University Jazz, Electroacoustics, Improv. concerts

Post by deeloke » Thu, 23 Aug 2007 11:12 am

TRCC (Republic Polytechnic) and CCRMA (Stanford University)
present a concert series : Jazz, Electroacoutics, Improvisations
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The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo
MON AUG 27 ‘07
The Republic Cultural Centre, Studio
7.30 pm
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2 grand pianos...
4 hands...
20 fingers...
176 keys...
2 many notes.

*The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo* is a two-piano, four-hand, twenty-finger, multi-generational ensemble featuring Bob Applebaum of Chicago and his son Mark Applebaum of Menlo Park, California.


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Mark Applebaum Portrait Concert
WED AUG 29 ‘07
The Republic Cultural Centre, Lab
7.30 pm

Mark Applebaum, Stanford University professor of music, composer, improviser, and instrument builder, presents a concise concert of his electroacoustic music, featuring a performance on the Mouseketier electroacoustic sound-sculpture - a musical Frankenstein consisting of threaded rods, nails, combs, doorstops, springs, squeaky wheels, ratchets, a toilet tank flotation bulb, and other unlikely objects which are plucked, scratched, bowed, and modified by a battery of live electronics.


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SEA-[sic]
The Southeast Asian Stanford Improvisation Collective
FRI AUG 31 ‘07
The Republic Cultural Centre, Studio
7.30 pm

SEA-[sic], the Southeast Asian Stanford Improvisation Collective, directed by Stanford University Professor of Music Mark Applebaum, presents a concert of zany improvised works including John Zorn’s classic game piece “Cobra.”

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