Saturday, October 25, 2008



Contemporary Music by Italian Composers (with Dutch interludes)
A concert featuring modern works electric guitar, clarinets, recorders and live electronics and interludes by Jacob van Eyck (circa. 1589-1657).

Jacob van Eyck, one of the most remarkable figures in Dutch musical life during the Golden Age: a nobleman, blind from birth, widely known as a carillonneur, leading expert in the field of bell casting and tuning, and admired as a brilliant recorder virtuoso. His demanding solo variations, preludes and fantasias from Der Fluyten Lust-hof are both loved and feared by recorder players today, all over the world.

Oct. 31, 2008, 8.00 p.m.
GASP Gallery
362-4 Boylston St. Brookline, MA, 02445


Michele dall’Ongaro - Cane di pietra
version for electric guitar

Jakob Van Eyck - Psalm

Giacinto Scelsi - KO-LHO
version for recorder and clarinet

Jakob Van Eyck - Daphne

Giancarlo Turaccio - A_notion
for clarinet and electronic sounds

Jakob Van Eyck - English Ballet

Michele Biasutti - Ricercare
for bass recorder and electronics

Jakob Van Eyck - Pavanae acrimae

Marco Pavin - I frutti del fuoco
for electric guitar and electronic sounds

Jakob Van Eyck - Amarilli

Bernardino Beggio - Tango
for bass clarinet

Serenata per un Satellite with Dialodia - Bruno Maderna
(1968 and 1972)

Gianpaolo Capuzzo, recorders
Francesco Socal, clarinet and bass clarinet
Marco Pavin, electric guitar
Bernardino Beggio, direction

Founded in 1983 by the Italian composer/pianist, Bernardino Beggio, Interensemble's repertoire include works from Ravel and Stravinsky through Cage, Stockhausen, Berio, and Donatoni; from Glass and Reich to Nyman and Piazzolla. The group works extensively in the field of electronic music and organized the Computer Art Festival in Padua (1984-present). Interensemble is frequently featured on European radio and television, recorded 14 CD's, and toured Europe, America and Africa.

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