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Silvia Tarozzi & Deborah Walker Duo

Date:

10/16/2017


Silvia Tarozzi & Deborah Walker Duo

Silvia Tarozzi (violin) and Deborah Walker (cello) are actively involved in the fields of contemporary experimental music and free improvisation. Together with French composer Pascale Criton they have been exploring microtonal extended techniques and gestural processes on a violin and a cello tuned in 1/16 of a tone. The compositions that have resulted from this process challenge the sense of form and the attitude of interpretation, transforming it into a creative process.

Monday, October 16 – 7:30pm
Mills College – Ensemble Room
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland

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Tuesday, October 17 – 7:30pm
Center for New Music
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco

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This concert is made possible with the support of SACEM, SPEDIDAM, and Istituto Italiano di Cultura of SF in collaboration with Luciano Chessa.

Silvia Tarozzi and Deborah Walker have been working together since 2003. They have played at venues and Festivals across Europe, and they are now in the course of their first West Coast tour. Their recordings include works by Pascale Criton, released by the French label POTLATCH, as well as works by Philip Corner, to be released soon.
http://www.silviatarozzi.it

Composer Pascale Criton (1954) studied composition with Ivan Wyschnegradsky, Gérard Grisey and Jean-Etienne Marie. She received electro-acoustic training at the CIRM (International Centre for Musical Research, Nice), from 1980 to 1982, as well as in a musical computing course for composers at the IRCAM (Paris, 1986).

Information

Date: DA Monday, October 16, 2017 a Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Time: At 7:30 pm

Organized by : Mills College, center for New Music

In collaboration with : Italian Cultural Institute, SACEM, SPEDIDAM

Entrance : Free


Location:

Oakland | San Francisco

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