Date: Friday 27 April, 2018
Venue: Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street
Duration: 1.5 hours
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Morton Feldman’s late, extended work, Crippled Symmetry, is a meditative, existential response to the urgencies and anxieties of modern life. Over about ninety minutes, the music quietly unfolds in rich and deceptive complexity. The piece was inspired by the intricate patterning of Anatolian rugs, Proust's transfiguring fog of memory, and by the perpetually evolving mobile-form sculptures of Alexander Calder.
Alongside the concert check out a FREE opportunity to get close to the music. PRE - CONCERT TALK: 18:30 - 19:00. Philip Thomas on Morton Feldman's 'Crippled Symmetry'
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Monday 23 April: New Music Ensemble - From Sheffield's Cutting Edge
Tuesday 24 April: Ligeti Quartet - Phantom Voices - Psychoacoustics
Wednesday 25 April: Intended Inventions - A Kaleidoscopic Snapshot of Australia
Thursday 26 April: Ligeti Quartet - Sheffield Composes - More from Sheffield's Cutting Edge
Friday 27 April: Crippled Symmetry - Anatolian Patterns and Meditative Sonic Lines
Saturday 28 April: Rare Earth - Luminescent Fragility
Richard Craig flute
Damien Harron percussion
Philip Thomas piano, celeste