David Gibson

Sunday, October 23, 1983. 8:30 pm
A new work for cello. DAVID GIBSON, a graduate of the Juilliard School and Yale University, pursues a multi-faceted career as a performing […]

Stefan Weisser

Saturday, October 22, 1983. 8:30 pm
“This Embodied Voice” a new work for voice magnetic tape, satellite and/or impersonation.

John Driscoll

Friday, October 21, 1983. 8:30 pm
“Pieces of Second Mesa,” a solo performance utilitizing remote-controlled rotating loudspeaker instruments.

Julius Eastman

Thursday, October 20, 1983. 8:30 pm
“His Most Qualityless Majesty,” for solo piano. There  is no recording but there is a New York Times review by Jon Pareles.

Robert Coburn

Robert Coburn
Wednesday, October 19, 1983. 8:30 pm
A work for double bass, tape, and live electronics with visual images by artist Jon Dickinson

Anita Feldman

Sunday, May 8, 1983. 8:30 pm
This choreographer has developed tap dancing into a new instrument. Works for tap dancer with score by Larry Polansky and a tap quartet realized […]

Daniel Goode

Saturday, May 7, 1983. 8:30 pm
The clarinetist/composer presents two premiers with ensemble including saxophonist Eric Kloss, pianist Doris Hays, and violinist Monika […]

Jim Fulkerson

Friday, May 6, 1983. 8:30 pm
“Trombonist/composer and earl innovator in ambient-minimal-repetitive music, he now lives in London. Improvisations and solos by composers […]

Joëlle Léandre w/ Cora, Frith, & Zorn

Thursday, May 5, 1983. 8:30 pm
The French avant-garde bassist in improvisations with cellist Tom Cora, guitarist Fred Frith, and reed player John Zorn.

Stephen Dickman

Wednesday, May 4, 1983. 8:30 pm
“Studied with Druckman and Krenek in the 60’s. Spent the 70’s in Egypt, India, and Turkey. Here he presents a string trio and […]