Madison Greenstone and Zeynep Toraman perform recent solo works and a collaborative piece for clarinet and elecronics.
MADISON GREENSTONE's performance practice entangles exstatic resonances in a wildly free style of solo clarinet performance. These resonances arise from treating the clarinet as a site of generative indeterminacy. Creating conditions of acoustic and haptic feedback allows Greenstone to explore the real physical coupling that air within the instrument creates with the air-becoming-resonance all around, and the folding back of resonance into itself throughout this cycle. This performance practice explores the ecstatic nature of resonance, in a way where an excess of acoustical energy creates unruly, chaotic, and polyphonic timbral and spatial interferences.
ZEYNEP TORAMAN is a composer whose practice-based research explores the ways in which texts (in the broadest sense of this word) can interact with one another within the larger framework of musical compositions, by way of thinking of her own library as an archive and enfolding autobiography, poetry, fiction, and history within her works.
- Karl-Marx Straße, 28
- 12043, Berlin, Neukölln
- Fr., 10.11.2023, 20:30 - 22:00
- Doors 20:00 | Concert 20:30