Bent Frequency Presents: The Sonification Of The Japanese Garden

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Bent Frequency collaborates with Berlin-based sound artist Michael Fowler on a concert exploring music informed and inspired by the design elements, proportions, and aesthetics of the Japanese Garden.

Featuring John Cage's "Ryoanji," Toshio Hoskawa's "Vertical Time Study II," the premiere of an audience interactive work created by Michael Fowler and members of Bent Frequency, and Fowler's "Sesshutei as Spatial Model," a work for 8-channel spatialized electronics and live instruments which uses field recordings from the Sesshutei garden at the Joeiji temple in Yamaguchi as source material.

Performers:
Sarah Ambrose, flute
Jan Berry Baker, saxophone
Michael Fowler, electronics
Stuart Gerber, percussion
Peter Marshall, piano
Sasha Shatalova, oboe

This concert is presented by the Center for International and Collaborative Arts (CENCIA) at Georgia State University and is free and open to the public.
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