Wednesday 10 October 2018, 4.00PM
Speaker(s): Catherine Laws and others (University of York)
The music of Morton Feldman changes the way we listen. His compositions draw us into the details of musical sound; into its textures, timbres and resonances, into the subtle interactions of tones on different instruments, but also into its patterning in time: its ability to create and evoke memories. This seminar is part of a 'Feldman Day’ which offers an opportunity to explore this beautiful music through performances, film showings, workshops and discussion, culminating in a performance of Feldman’s extended trio composition, Crippled Symmetry.
Location: D/003, Sally Baldwin D Block