Livewire 7: Ruckus

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Livewire 7: Ruckus

Ruckus, the new music ensemble-in-residence at UMBC, featuring Audrey Andrist, piano; Matthew Belzer, alto saxophone; Karin Brown, viola; Lisa Cella, flute; Patrick Crossland, trombone; Tom Goldstein, percussion; Brian Kaufman, tuba; Gita Ladd, cello; Jason Love, conductor; Thomas Moore, piano; Jacqueline Pollauf, harp; Shelly Purdy, percussion; E. Michael Richards, clarinet; Airi Yoshioka, violin, performs:

Earle Brown — Times Five (1963)

John Cage — Five (1988)

John Cage — Variations II(1961)

Morton Feldman — The Viola in My Life (1970)

Malcolm Goldstein — Soweto Stomp (1985)

Bunita Marcus — Adam and Eve (1987)

Over a span of four days, Livewire 7 explores the New York School and Beyond with performances of works by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Christian Wolff, Earle Brown and others. Prominently representing “the Beyond” will be featured guest composer/violinist Malcolm Goldstein, whose “soundings” improvisations have received international acclaim for extending the range of tonal/sound-texture possibilities of the violin. Livewire 7 event schedule: http://wp.me/p2xNJ1-1wQ

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Livewire 7: Ruckus
Thursday, October 27, 2016
7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Door Time: 7:00 PM
This event is 
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Ruckus, the new music ensemble-in-residence at UMBC, featuring Audrey Andrist, piano; Matthew Belzer, alto saxophone; Karin Brown, viola; Lisa Cella, flute; Patrick Crossland, trombone; Tom Goldstein, percussion; Brian Kaufman, tuba; Gita Ladd, cello; Jason Love, conductor; Thomas Moore, piano; Jacqueline Pollauf, harp; Shelly Purdy, percussion; E. Michael Richards, clarinet; Airi Yoshioka, violin, performs:

Earle Brown — Times Five (1963)

John Cage — Five (1988)

John Cage — Variations II(1961)

Morton Feldman — The Viola in My Life (1970)

Malcolm Goldstein — Soweto Stomp (1985)

Bunita Marcus — Adam and Eve (1987)

Over a span of four days, Livewire 7 explores the New York School and Beyond with performances of works by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Christian Wolff, Earle Brown and others. Prominently representing “the Beyond” will be featured guest composer/violinist Malcolm Goldstein, whose “soundings” improvisations have received international acclaim for extending the range of tonal/sound-texture possibilities of the violin. Livewire 7 event schedule: http://wp.me/p2xNJ1-1wQ

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UMBC Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall  
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250