Sunday 8 May 2016, 8pm
An evening of contemporary music for piano, trombone, text and field recordings.
‘Trombone And Piano Piece’ (2003) - Tim Parkinson
‘Findelkind’ (2004) - Thomas Stiegler
‘A Body To Itself, Joining Others (2)’ (2015) - Rishin Singh
‘Places To Listen (1&2)’ (2014) - Eva-Maria Houben
‘2005(1)’ (2005) - Manfred Werder
Rishin Singh (b.1985, Kuala Lumpur) uses different media to create minimal, sensual and meditative work that invites the audience to concentrate on the simple rhythms of everyday life. He collaborates regularly with Johnny Chang, Konzert Minimal, Eva-Maria Houben and his ensemble 'songs' (lucio capece, rishin singh, derek shirley, stine sterne). He lives in Berlin.
Tim Parkinson is a British experimental composer, pianist and curator. His music has been commissioned and performed by ensembles including Apartment House, the Basel Sinfonietta and the London Sinfonietta, and soloists including Anton Lukoszevieze and Rhodri Davies. It has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Resonance FM, WDR3 (Germany), and Radio SRF 2 Kultur (Switzerland). He is co-curator (with John Lely) of the concert series Music We'd Like to Hear, which has run since 2005, having previously organised concerts at the British Music Information Centre in London from 1997 onwards. https://www.untitledwebsite.com/life