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I Go Home – Music by Monroe Golden

Date, location, and tickets

Thursday, March 12, 2020
at 7:30 PM

Scholes Street Studio
375 Lorimer Street 11206

$10



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Event Information

Approaching the end of a five-year residency in NYC, this concert of overtone-informed music — combining acoustic experimentation, proportional structures, and fanciful handiwork — features some of the musicians I’ve been privileged to work with during that span.

Compositions on the program explore overtone relationships in an equal-tempered context, natural harmonics of microtonally tuned fundamentals, non-systematic derivations from text, extended Just Intonation, and the juxtaposition of tuning and temperament systems with fixed media and controlled pitch drift. 

Performing are:
Edward Forstman (piano) http://www.edwardforstman.com
Jacob Elkin (trombone) https://newyorkcomposerscircle.org/composers/jacob-elkin.html
Adam Bowles (piano) https://www.newmusicusa.org/profile/adam-bowles
Jay Rodriguez (clarinet/soprano sax) https://www.jayrodriguez.com
Ammon Swinbank (flute) https://ammonswinbank.com
Miolina Duo: Mioi Takeda and Lynn Bechtold (violins) https://www.miolinanyc.com – photo by Mira Nitzberg

Program:
* 81 (piano)
* Meander (trombone and live processing)
* Madam I’m Adam (piano)
* I Go Home (fixed media, recorded text by Penny Arnold)
* Liberal Hands and Spirits Free (clarinet and fixed media)
* Incongruity (piano and fixed media)
* 43 Commas (flute, piano, and fixed media)
* If Dogs Have a Heaven (soprano sax and piano)
* Winona’s Lesson (violin duo)

“Monroe Golden’s music stands ‘in the cracks’… It resides in nether-regions of sound, concept and aesthetics where acoustics, mathematics and music meet.” – Michael Huebner, Birmingham News/ArtsBHAM

“This music has a way of prying open hidden rooms in your listening, which you didn’t know even existed. Golden teaches you something about hearing and about sound.” – Ingvar Nordin, Sonoloco Record Reviews (Sweden)

“an intriguing and ultimately gripping experience for the listener with open ears, patience, and a taste for adventure.” – Stephen Eddins, All Music Guide


This event is supported by a grant from New Music USA.