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Liminar: Out of Bounds

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

On Tuesday April 10th, the 20th MATA Festival mainstage kicks off with Out of Bounds, featuring the East Coast debut of Mexico’s only independent new music ensemble, the “superb” (Los Angeles Times) Liminar. Beginning with Sergey Khismatov’s (Russia/Germany) D-musik for soprano broadcast from within a shower in the offices of the Kitchen, the evening edges toward the stage by way of Carlos Iturralde’s (Mexico) Fata Morgana, for offstage and onstage ensembles, and Juro Kim Feliz’s (Philippines / Canada) Pangkur  for two spatially separated groups culminating in the world premiere of Joseph Bates’s (UK) a noise so loud, alongside newly commissioned works from Daniel Silliman (USA) and MATA alumna Annie Gosfield (MATA 2000) inspired by the power of women’s voices from Emma Goldman to Emma Gonzalez.

Tuesday, April 10

8PM at the The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, NYC
$25

Tickets available at The Kitchen

Sergey Khismatov (Russia / Germany): D-Musik (2015) WP
Carlos Iturralde (Mexico): Fata Morgana (2013)
Tania Rubio (Mexico): Siete colores de la luna (2012) NYP
Juro Kim Feliz (The Philippines / Canada): Pangkur (2017) AP
Joe Bates (United Kingdom): A Noise So Loud (2017) WP
Annie Gosfield (USA): New Work (2018) WP MATA Alumni Commission
Daniel Silliman (USA): New Work (2018) WP MATA Commission

Liminar

Playing In The Band: Performer/Composers Speak

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

LPR Gallery Bar – 4:30 to 6:00

Playing In The Band: Performer/Composers Speak
Panel Discussion
Free!

Panelists:
Sawako – solo laptop composer/performer
Cornelius Dufallo – Director and violinist, Ne(x)tworks
Marc Dancigers – guitarist, NOW Ensemble; MATA alumni
Annie Gosfield – composer/performer; MATA alumni
Richard Carrick – Co-Director and pianist, Either/Or; MATA alumni

Moderator: Chris McIntyre – MATA Artistic Director; trombonist, Ne(x)tworks

One of the most powerful currents in today’s concert music scene is the renewed prominence of composer/performers — creators who interpret their own music, bringing new life to a once-dormant tradition. The 2009 MATA Festival features a number of such works, most often in groups committed to presenting the work of their ensemble colleagues.

Moderated by MATA Artistic Director Chris McIntyre, PLAYING IN THE BAND will informally examine current trends in the field, their relationship to past attitudes, and how they inform the panelists’ work. In addition to the artists taking part in the 2009 Festival (Sawako, Dufallo, Dancigers, and McIntyre), the panel includes MATA alumni Annie Gosfield and Richard Carrick, both of whom have forged successful careers writing and playing their own music.

MATA Benefit 2007

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

September 25, 2007

Paula Cooper Gallery
521 West 21st Street, 2nd Floor

MATA Celebrates
10 Great Years and Honors
Co-Founder Phlip Glass

Jenny Lin, toy piano
Lisa Bielawa, voice
Genevieve Belleveau, voice
Carla Kihlsedt,violin and voice
Theo Bleckmann, voice and electronics
Kathy Supove, Piano
Lukas Ligeti, percussion and electronics
Annie Gosfield, keyboard and sampler
Wynne Bennett, piano
Daniel Bernard Roumain, violin
Gordon Beeferman, piano
Daniel Bermel, clarinet
Eleanor Sandresky, piano and computer playback

Julia Wolfe East Broadway for toy piano and toy boombox
Jenny Lin, toy piano

Lukas Ligeti Great Circle’s Tune for electronic percussion
Lukas Ligeti, percussion & electronics

Daniel Bernard Roumain Hip-Hop Study and Etude in F Minor
Daniel Bernard Roumain, violin
Wynne Bennett, piano

Annie Gosfield The Manufacture of Tangled Ivory, part II
Annie Gosfield, keyboard and sampler

Theo Bleckmann anteroom (excerpt)
Theo Bleckmann, voice and electronics

Gordon Beeferman new work written for occasion
Gordon Beeferman, piano

INTERMISSION

Derek Bermel Thracian Sketches for solo clarinet
Derek Bermel, clarinet

Carla Kihlstedt The Squonk & Hold My Own
Carla Kihlsedt, violin/voice
Lisa Bielawa, voice

Nick Brooke You Feel This from Tone Test
Genevieve Belleveau, voice

Eleonor Sandresky Conversation 1
Eleanor Sandresky, piano, computer playback

Lisa Bielawa Selections from Kafka Songs
Carla Kihlstedt, voice & violin

Phil Kline Near-Perfect Clarity & The Funeral of Jan Palach
Theo Bleckmann, voice
Kathy Supove, Piano

Microtonal Mix

Saturday, February 12th, 2000

February 12, 2000 at 8 PM

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue New York, NY

Microtonal Mix with NEWBAND

Jim Bove, drums
Steve Horowitz, fretless bass
Daniel Roumain, violin and voice
Michael Lipsey, harmonic canon
Nina Kellman, adapted guitar
Stefani Starin, flute and blo-boy
Gregory Hesselink, cello
Bill Rulye, bass marimba
Philip Bush, keyboard
Robert Osborne, voice

Daniel Roumain Life (Fascination) (World Premiere)
Daniel Roumain, violin and voice

Annie Gosfield It Almost Passed in a Dream (World Premiere)
Michael Lipsey, harmonic canon
Nina Kellman, adapted guitar
Stefani Starin, flute and blo-boy
Gregory Hesselink, cello
Bill Rulye, bass marimba

Commisssioned by MATA for Newband with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation and The Greenwall Foundation

Nick Brooke Regina 15 1/2 (New York Premiere)
Philip Bush, keyboard
Michael Lipsey, drums

Intermission

Harry Partch from Eleven Intrusions
The Rose
The Crane
The Waterfall
The Wind
The Street
Dean Drummond, harmonic canon
Nina Kellman, adapted guitar
Michael Lipsey, diamond marimba
Robert Osborne, voice
Billy Ruyle, bass marimba

Steve Horowitz Four by 3 (World Premiere)
(from Quartet Music 1996)
Jim Bove, Drums
Michael Lipsey, marimba
Steve Horowitz, fretless bass

Julia Wolfe Steam
Michael Lipsey and Nina Kellman, harmonic canons
Bill Ruyle, conductor and blo-boy
Stefani Starin, flute
Gregory Hesselink, cello
Phillip Bush, keyboard