ELISION Ensemble has led the international dissemination of Australian contemporary classical music work and ideas over the past 30 years.
The Surface Project concert will showcase ELISION's work, which has focused increasingly on pushing physical boundaries in search of certain kinds of visceral expressive experiences.
As part of their exhibition ELISION: 30 years at RMIT Gallery (9 September - 22 October) Daryl Buckley (electric lap-steel guitar), Peter Neville (percussion) and Tristram Williams (trumpets and quarter-tone flugelhorn with preparation) - with Lawrence Harvey (sound spatialisation) and Simon Maisch (+-technical management) will be performing the following works at RMIT Storey Hall:
- Aaron Cassidy: The wreck of former boundaries for electric lap-steel guitar and electronics (2015) 7'
- Matthew Sergeant: [terrains] for quarter-tone flugelhorn with preparation (2016) 10'
- Timothy McCormack: WORLD PREMIERE subsidence for electric lap steel guitar (two players) 28'
- Richard Barrett: Codex 111 for three players (2003) 15'
Registration and bookings
No reserved seating.
Doors open at 6.15 pm.