Columbia Concert Series at the Global Center Europe
March 15, 2016 - 20:00
Reid Hall, 4, Rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris
Free admission / entrée gratuite
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This is the Uplifting Part
Natacha Diels, flute
Jessie Marino, cello
Dave Broome, piano
Andrew Greenwald, percussion
Bryan Jacobs, electronics
Bryan Jacobs: Organic Synthesis Vol. 1 (2015)
Natacha Diels: Child of Chimera (2015)
Andrew Greenwald: A Thing is a Hole in a Thing it is Not (iv) (2014)
Dave Broome: Ominousty (2014)
Jessie Marino: Guillaume de St. Cloud Suffers a Violent Dazzling (2015)
About the Artists:
Composer/performer collective Ensemble Pamplemousse was founded in 2003 to provide a focal point for like-minded creators with a thirst for sonic exploration. The ensemble is a close-knit group of divergent artistic personalities, emergent from training in disparate musical fields. Their collective love of the exquisite in all sonic realms leads the ensemble to persistently discover new vistas of sound at the frayed edges of dissective instrumental performance technique. Compositions aggregate each member's unique virtuosic talents into extraordinary magical moments. In the flexible moments of performance, the ensemble weaves together shapes of resonance, clusters of glitch, skitters of hyperaction, and masses of absurdity into impeccable structures of unified beauty.
Each of the Pamplemousse members specializes in a unique aspect of composition, from micro-detailed instrumental writing to experimental theatre with electronics to electro-mechanical musical robotics. The shows combine weirdness and beauty with pop culture and classical virtuosity. As Peter Margasek wrote of the Ensemble, “in its music, the absurd dances with the sublime, and playfulness collides with rigor” (Chicago Reader).
Natacha Diels and Bryan Jacobs both hold the DMA in Composition from Columbia University.
This performance is sponsored by the Global Center | Paris, the Department of Music, the Office of Global Programs, and the Columbia Alumni Association in cooperation with the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
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