Upcoming performances of Max Giteck Duykers

Max Giteck Duykers would like to share some of his upcoming events:

11/7/12 (1pm and 8pm) & 11/8/12 (8pm), Wang Center, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook NY.
The wonderfully talented violinist Esther Noh will premiere my new piece The Table Where We Met for dance at Stony Brook University’s Wang Center.  This is a commission by Iron Works on the Edge and choreographer Amy Yopp Sullivan, and features African contemporary dancer Lacina Coulibaly and twelve students of SBU’s Center for Dance, Movement, and Somatic Learning.  The hour-long piece features Esther Noh playing live with a score of over 550 samples of her string quartet Praxis that I shaped and molded to fit the choreography with  earthy grooves, ambient collages, and expressive movement.  Read more here:http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/dance/performance/ironworks.shtml

Here are two teaser clips of the sound world I am working with:

10/26/12, 1:30pm, Recital Hall, Indiana State University, Terre Haute
My string quartet Glass Blue Cleft was selected as a winner of the Music Now Competition, and will be featured TOMORROW at ISU’s 46th Annual Festival of Contemporary Music, with guest composer Christopher Theofanidis.  Cellist and festival chair Kurt Fowler will lead a faculty group to perform my piece, and several other young composers will be featured. http://www.indstate.edu/music/cmf/contests/results/results.html

Glass Blue Cleft was beautifully performed by PUBLIQuartet at Brooklyn’s Bargemusic in September.  You can read a review by new music scholar and critic David Abramshere: http://soundwordsight.com/?p=682 and view the performance on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfdazognJ3k

1/31/13 – 2/3/13, Florida State University College Of Music, Tallahassee
Glass Blue Cleft will be featured at the 16th Biennial Festival of New Music at Florida State University.

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