Contemporary Sextet eighth blackbird Performs at CAP UCLA's Tune-In Festival
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The last date listed for Tune-In Festival L.A.: eighth blackbird was Saturday March 29, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Gordon B.
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Eighth Blackbird is an acquired taste. But not a taste I have either acquired to or care to. Some of the music was interesting, but if you have an interesting musical concept there should be no real compulsion to repeat it incessantly. In all, it was a head trip, meaning the music was more intellectual and distant than containing any emotional foundation. Much of the audience loved it, what there was of an audience. Looking around I could see many chins resting on many chests for the "I'm bored and can't stay awake, mid-performance nap."
Tristan Perich: qsqsqsqsqqqqqqqqq
Bryce Dessner: Murder Ballades
Richard Reed Parry: Duo for Heart and breath
Ligeti/Johnson: Etudes/Counting duets
Sufjan Stevens/arr. Moose: selections from Enjoy your Rabbit
Louis Andriessen: Worker’s Union
eighth blackbird is Tim Munro (flutes), Michael J. Maccaferri (clarinets), Yvonne Lam (violin & viola), Nicholas Photinos (cello), Matthew Duvall (percussion) and Lisa Kaplan (piano).