Sunday, December 30, 2007

Mercury Season Concert

Coalescense is being performed by Mercury Season Sunday night (12/30) at 5 Seasons North. I will be playing the first violin part so its kinda turned into a flute quartet and it works pretty well. We will also be playing Brian Chamberlain's "Lost Hollow Road" and works by Erik Kofoed.

Here's the info:
December, 30 2007 at 5 Seasons North 3655 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, Georgia 30005
Cost : Donations Accepted

8th Annual New Years Party. Come relax and enjoy a fun night of music and good cheer at the 5 Seasons North! Food and drink will be available through the restaurant & brewery. Music will be provided by the Mercury Season ensemble. Will there be more than one string player in this sea of wind players? How many French horns can get along in one place? Find the answers and more when you join Mercury Season in celebrating the beginning of the start of the New Year. Why not get your New Year’s started early?! We hope to see you there!

Monday, December 17, 2007

duoATL concert this Friday (12/21) at Redlight Cafe

duoATL is performing this Friday (12/21) at 8:30pm at Redlight Cafe (http://www.redlightcafe.com/). World Circus will be opening up for us at 7:30pm. Redlight Cafe has alcoholic beverages and a tasty menu, and we only play for about an hour. So if you always wanted to come to a concert, but without the pretentious atmosphere here's your chance.

The address is: 553 Amsterdam Ave, Atlanta, GA 30306

Here's a map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&q=553+Amsterdam+Ave,+Atlanta,+GA+30306&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=43.294656,95.449219&ie=UTF8&ll=33.793093,-84.367404&spn=0.011127,0.023303&z=15&iwloc=addr&om=1

Last chance to hear this program! We change it up after this concert! Admission is $7, so come and have a good time so they'll invite us back!

Friday, December 07, 2007

Karlheinz Stockhausen passed away on December 5th 2007

This was posted on IAWM:

PRESS RELEASE
The composer Karlheinz Stockhausen passed away on December 5th 2007 at his home in Kuerten-Kettenberg and will be buried in the Waldfriedhof (forest cemetery) in Kuerten.
He composed 362 individually performable works. The works which were composed until 1969 are published by Universal Edition in Vienna, and all works since then are published by the Stockhausen-Verlag.Numerous texts by Stockhausen and about his works have been published by the Stockhausen Foundation for Music.
Suzanne Stephens and Kathinka Pasveer, who have performed many of his works and, together with him, have taken care of the scores, compact discs, books, films, flowers, shrubs, and trees will continue to disseminate his work throughout the world, as prescribed in the statutes of the Stockhausen Foundation for Music, of which they are executive board members.
Stockhausen always said that GOD gave birth to him and calls him home.
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Šfor love is stronger than death.
IN FRIENDSHIP and gratitude for everything that he has given to us personally and to humanity through his love and his music, we bid FAREWELL to Karlheinz Stockhausen, who lived to bring celestial music to humans, and human music to the celestial beings, so that Man may listen to GOD and GOD may hear His children.
On December 5th he ascended with JOY through HEAVEN¹S DOOR, in order to continue to compose in PARADISE with COSMIC PULSES in eternal HARMONY, as he had always hoped to do: You, who summon me to Heaven, Eva, Mikael and Maria, let me eternally compose music for Heaven¹s Father-Mother, GOD creator of Cosmic Music.
May Saint Michael, together with Heaven¹s musicians in ANGEL PROCESSIONS and INVISIBLE CHOIRS welcome him with a fitting musical GREETING.
On behalf of him and following his example, we will endeavor to continue to protect the music.
Suzanne Stephens and Kathinka Pasveerin the name of the world-wide family of musicians who love him, together with everyone who loves his music.
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On Thursday, December 13th 2007, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. it will be possible to personally say farewell to Karlheinz Stockhausen in the chapel of the Waldfriedhof in Kuerten (Kastanienstrasse).
A commemorative concert will take place soon at the Sülztalhalle in Kuerten. Programme, time and date will be specially announced.