Posts Tagged ‘Kathleen Supové’

People Inside Electronics presents Kathleen Supové this weekend

This Saturday, October 11, People Inside Electronics kick off their season with Kathleen Supové’s Digital Debussy program, featuring music by Matt Marks, Annie Gosfield, Jacob Cooper, Eric KM Clark and Randall Woolf. Supové’s playing is something everyone should see live. Her performance of LA local composer Carolyn Yarnell’s The Same Sky is stunning – so much so that I actually went to MySpace to find the video of it I’d seen way back when.

The show starts at Art Share at 8, and tickets – which are cheaper in advance – are available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/851884.

Listen to Sō Percussion premiere a concerto by David Lang; see them at Green Umbrella tonight

A couple of days ago percussion quartet extrodinaire Sō Percussion premiered a new concerto, man made, by David Lang. It’s awesome, and was paired with Mahler 5, all conducted by Dudamel. If you missed it, NPR has you covered. You can hear the whole concert here:

http://www.npr.org/event/music/351416658/la-philharmonic-live-dudamel-mahler-and-new-music

Even better than sitting at home listening, you can hear the ensemble tonight on the LA Phil’s Green Umbrella series, in a performance of Lang’s The So-Called Laws of Nature and Michael Gordon’s Timber. The show is at Disney Hall at 8, and tickets are available at http://www.laphil.com//tickets/green-umbrella-percussion-marvels/2014-10-07.

Concert you should go to: Piano Spheres next Tuesday

On Tuesday, January 31, at 8 pm, Kathleen Supové is playing an all LA premiere program with Piano Spheres down at Zipper Hall at Colburn. GO. Three of the five works have video with them. Supové is a monster player. The thing that excites me most about it, however, is getting to hear Carolyn Yarnell’s piece The Same Sky. I know absolutely nothing about Carolyn Yarnell, but Kyle Gann called the piece “one of the most fantastic keyboard works anyone’s written in the last 20 years,” and he’s absolutely right. Click here to read his blog entry about the piece, among other things. I’ve shown this recording to a lot of friends, and they all seem to be similarly blown away. Even the ones with no interest in classical music as such.

Here’s a recording:

And here’s the poster for the show: