This fascinating experimental work [Sketch] showed the possibilities on the electronic frontier…
“The arrival of a new chamber music ensemble in New York is an occasion for celebration, for virtuosity and for its members to show the concert-going music-loving public what they can do. That opportunity was presented on Tuesday night when the Manhattan Chamber Players gave their second concert…ever in the Recital Hall at Baruch College. (Their first was last week at Le Poisson Rouge.) A collective that formed earlier this year, the MCP is formed from members of other still extant ensembles: a large circle of friends and colleagues who convene for the purposes of playing pure music.
The last premiere on the program was by Ensemble member Vivian Fung. Sketch pitted the solo cello of Andrew Janss against electronic tones, loops and whooshes of sound, controlled by a stage left iPad. This fascinating experimental work showed the possibilities on the electronic frontier as the digitally generated sounds supported the cello but did not overwhelm it.”
by Paul J. Pelkonen
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