Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Chamber Cartel Closes Non Stop Season this Friday!

Chamber Cartel closes "Non Stop" season this by premiering works by Atlanta Composers Adam Scott Neal and Nicole Chamberlain.

Friday, 12/14, at 7pm
1100 Howell Mill Road Suite A03
White Provision Bldg
Atlanta, Georgia 30318

Chamber Cartel invites you and your friends to a night of non-holiday themed New Music. Our final (and 12th!) concert of 2012 will culminate in a huge party for those with adventurous ears. The Party will feature New Music from some of the most interesting composers today! The Party is a cross between a soiree and a concert and There will be mini-concerts (20-30 minutes) throughout the experience so you want to be there the whole time! Please come and join Chamber Cartel for masterful performances from some of Atlanta's best musicians of music by Morton Feldman, Adam Scott Neal, Daniel Swilley, Carolyn Chen, John Wyre, Nicole Chamberlain, Marcos Balter, and Michael Vincent Waller.

Buy Tickets Here ($20):

Preview of Nicole Chamberlain's "Fisticuffs" which will premiere Friday:

Monday, December 03, 2012

Sonic Generator presents pianist Tim Whitehead

Sonic Generator Presents Pianist Tim Whitehead

Saturday, December 15th at {Poem88}
1100 Howell Mill Road at 14th Street (White Provision Building)
Concert begins at 8 p.m. Free admission.

Georgia Tech’s chamber music ensemble-in-residence, Sonic Generator, features its pianist Tim Whitehead in an eclectic concert of contemporary piano music in an intimate West Midtown gallery space. The program features music by seminal American composers Philip Glass, David Lang, and Elliot Carter, as well as Anton Webern's classic Variations fur Klavier and music by Hywei Davies.

An artist of many facets, American pianist Tim Whitehead is a graduate of The Eastman School of Music and has been both a long and short term resident artist at The Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada. He has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, and has been heard on National Public Radio, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s ZedTV, and Radio Suisse Romande. Mr. Whitehead is a laureate of the Academie de Musique de Lausanne, has been presented in recital at The Holland Music Sessions, and has held staff piano positions at Bennington College and The Quartet Program at Bucknell University.

Sonic Generator, Georgia Tech’s contemporary chamber music ensemble-in-residence, explores the ways in which technology can transform how we create, perform and listen to music. The ensemble, comprised of some of the top classical musicians in Atlanta, works closely with Georgia Tech students and faculty in the School of Music and elsewhere on campus to present concerts that bring cutting-edge technologies to the world of contemporary classical music. Sonic Generator is sponsored by the GVU Center, the Center for Music Technology, the School of Music, and the College of Architecture.

{Poem88} opened in October 2010 in the White Provision District of Atlanta's Westside. Under the curatorial direction of writer and filmmaker Robin Bernat, {Poem88} represents emerging and mid-career artists, and presents thoughtful and innovative explorations in a new artistic frontier.

Complete Program:

Anton Webern: Variations fur Klavier (1936)
Hywei Davies: Piano Pieces (2003)
David Lang: Wed (1992)
Elliot Carter: 90+ (1994)
Philip Glass: Mad Rush (1979)

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Terminus Ensemble - Season 1, Concert 2: Sunday, December 9

Dear all,

Please join us for the second concert of the inaugural season of Terminus Ensemble! Terminus is dedicated to showcasing music by Atlanta-affiliated composers.

Location: Atlanta Central Library Auditorium, Downtown
(One Margaret Mitchell Square, Atlanta, GA)

Time: Sunday, December 9th, 2012 at 3:30pm

Admission: FREE

The program will include:

Laurence Sherr - EIMI (mixed quartet)
Mark Gresham - Vagabond Drumming (percussion duo)
Adam Scott Neal - Tanka (solo viola)
Darren Nelson - Curios for Glockenspiel
Nicole Chamberlain - Movement (mixed quartet)

plus a surprise...