Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Bent Frequency presents the New York-based Amp New Music Ensemble - TWICE!

Hi all -

You have TWO chances to catch some innovative saxophone and electronic music this weekend:

Friday, November 5 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Kopleff Recital Hall Georgia State University

Amp New Music will be presenting “Amplified: Saxophone and Electronics” with Saxophonist Michael Ibrahim. This program will include music by Grisey, Chion, Mirza, and Stockhausen.

Saturday, November 6th, 8PM
Eyedrum (290 MLK Dr. SE)

We will be miking the big drum out front! It will be played before and after the main program. Double-header of new/experimental classical music by Atlanta locals Bent Frequency hosting New York-based Amp.

Bent Frequency

Bent Frequency brings the avant-garde music tradition to life in Atlanta through adventurous programming, the promotion of New Music, and a creative synthesis of music and media. Our vision is to redefine the traditional music experience - ushering it from the strict formality of the concert hall into the fresh air of contemporary artistic expression and experimentation.


Amp is a new music group based in New York City that grapples with experimental, electroacoustic, gestural, or situational compositional trends in the context (for the perspective) of a broader musical modernism. Without fixed ensemble, we draw from the rich new music scene in New York to organically develop a few concerts each year, each usually featuring a particular composer or nexus of compositions. More info at www.ampmusic.org.

Please try to make it out to one or both! And don't miss some brand new opera this weekend as well (see below).

Here is Amp at the NYC venue The Tank last year:

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