Ensemble Adapter

Date: 
Fri, 03/08/2013 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: 
CCRMA Stage
Event Type: 
Concert
Music <541> and the Stanford Department of Music presents, with support from the Goethe Institut and the Berlin Senate Cultural Affairs Department:

Ensemble Adapter
Friday, March 8th
CCRMA Stage
FREE Admission

*Refreshments to be served afterwards*

They will perform new music written by Stanford graduate composers: Eoin Callery, Laura Steenberge, Turgut Ercetin, Ivan Naranjo, and Kurt Isaacson, plus more music by David Brynjar Franzson and Stanford faculty member Brian Ferneyhough!

Ensemble Adapter is a German-Icelandic ensemble for contemporary music based in Berlin. On international concert tours and in the studio Adapter plays world premieres and selected works of the recent past. The ensemble also produces and co-produces larger interdisciplinary projects – and is interested in exploring and testing the limits of trans-medial approaches in various settings. In workshops Adapter transfers knowledge of how to write, study and perform contemporary music to composers, instrumentalist and creatives worldwide. Adapter stays in touch with the latest developments in the differing scenes of contemporary creation - maintaining a progressive, authentic and powerful style.

Ensemble Adapter is:

Kristjana Helgdottir - flute
Ingoflur Vilhjalmsson - clarinet
Gunnhildur Einarsdottir - harp
Matthias Engler - percussion

For more information about Ensemble Adapter visit their website:  

     http://www.ensemble-adapter.de/

FREE
Open to the Public
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