Pianist, composer, and experimentalist Tim Root presents his new music/theater/performance work, Pound Fifty Turns, for amplified instruments, voices, electronics, movement and projection. The project combines absurdist theater, aleatoric composition, improvisation, and visual images in a celebration of the composer’s 50th birthday. With Beth Fleenor (amplified clarinet, voice, electronics), Queen Shmooquan (voice, performance), Kate Olson (soprano sax, electronics), Greg Sinibaldi (tenor sax), Sam Boshnack (trumpet), Naomi Siegel (trombone, electronics), Tom Peters (bass, electronics, projection), Steve Ball (guitar), Greg Campbell (percussion, horn, electronics) and Tim Root (inside/prepared piano, voice, electronics).
Friday, June 28, 2013
Director F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922) stands as one of the most important films to come out of pre-World War II Germany. After almost 90 years, it still delivers chills! Tom Peters’ live electronic score seamlessly weaves through Nosferatu’s dark alleys to create an experience like no other. Peters is a composer and bassist in Los Angeles who specializes in creating music for silent films, performing original scores through looping electronics and synchronized electronic soundscapes.