Music of Our Time at
Lawrence University Conservatory of Music

Next New Music @ Lawrence Event

 

Wet Ink

Friday, January 27, 2017, 8:00 p.m.
Harper Hall


The Wet Ink Ensemble is a unique collection of composers, performers and improvisers committed to making adventurous new music. With a 16-year history of outstanding programming and performance, Wet Ink has earned an international reputation as one of the most innovative and virtuosic ensembles working today.

Wet Ink most commonly performs as a septet comprised of a core group of composer-performers that collaborate in a band-like fashion, writing, preparing, and touring pieces together over long stretches of time. This approach has led to an incomparable body of work, marked by a keenly developed performance practice, played in concert with ferocity, commitment, and expressivity.

A consistent advocate for young musicians, Wet Ink has commissioned, premiered and recorded numerous works by emerging composers. The group has also collaborated with a wide range of highly-renowned artists including George Lewis, Evan Parker, Christian Wolff, and the AACM, and has introduced NYC audiences to major European figures including Peter Ablinger, Mathias Spahlinger, and Beat Furrer.

 

 

Other New Music Events

Sunday, January 8, 2017, 7p
Decoda
Harper Hall
Music by Scelsi, Andrew Norman, Kaija Saariaho, Daniel Bjarnason, Schumann, and more

Friday, January 20, 2017, 8p
Faculty composition recital: Andrew Cole
Esch-Hurvis Room, Warch Campus Center

Sunday, March 5, 2017, 8p
Michael Mizrahi Studio Recital
Featuring new solo piano works by Lawrence composition students

Monday, April 3, 2017, 8p
Faculty recital: Timothy van Albright, trombone and Dane Richeson, percussion
Music by Wuorinen, Marc Mellits, and more

 

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