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January 21st, 2017 - 8:00pm
"Unfold" performed at the Cincinnati Soundbox
Cincinnati Soundbox: Cincinnati - Southern California
January 21st, 2017 at 8 PM at Rohs Street Cafe
Lydia Winsor Brindamour, lace/leaf** (2014/16) – San Diego
Laura Harrison, Three Guitars* (2016) – Cincinnati
Ivan Alexander Moscotta, Piece for two guitars* (2016) – Cincinnati
Adam Borecki, Unfold** (2014) – Los Angeles
Performances by guitarists:
October 23rd, 2016 - 8:00pm
Brightwork New Music plays "Scorpio" on "Diffusion / Compression" in Pomona
Brightwork kicks off the 2016/17 season with a concert exploring the extremes of musical expression. Elise Roy's Rarefaction, a Brightwork commission, masterfully uses silence and extended techniques to convey a sense of diffusion, of lessening. In stark contrast, Isaac Schankler's Sever, also a Brightwork commission, turns Sarah Palin’s incoherent rants into musical material, pushing the audience to the very edge of their seats.
The program also features a WORLD PREMIERE work by Harvey Mudd College’s own Bill Alves, titled He Watches the Clouds Pass the Window, plus the music of California icon Lou Harrison. Rounding out the concert are three pieces on the Zodiac: Adam Borecki’s Scorpio, Vera Ivanova’s Sagittarius, and Vicki Ray’s Perpendicular Twins.
Rarefaction - Elise Roy
Ariadne - Lou Harrison
Three Zodiac pieces - Adam Borecki, Vera Ivanova, Vicki Ray
He Watches the Clouds Pass the Window - Bill Alves WORLD PREMIERE
Sever - Isaac Schankler
March 30th, 2016 - 8:00pm
Synchromy presents "zōdiacus"
Synchromy presents zōdiacus
With Brightwork newmusic and baritone Scott Graff.
Featuring excerpts from, and music inspired by
Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Tierkreis
Paired with world premieres by Adam Borecki, Ethan Braun, and Vicki Ray and U.S. Premieres by Mikhail Krutik and Vera Ivanova Opening with works by John Luther Adams and Tom Flaherty.
February 20th, 2016 - 8:00pm
New Horizons: Kathleen Supove and Nadia Shpachenko at Chapman University
Two pianists from opposite coasts bring together their passion for new piano music on a concert entitled “Quotations and Homages.” Grammy-nominated pianist Nadia Shpachenko-Gottesman performs works by Missy Mazzoli and Vera Ivanova based on her newest recording project of the same name. Kathleen Supové brings quotations and tributes in the form of works by Randall Woolf and others from her Digital Debussy project and recording. Together, they premiere a 2-piano work by Los Angeles composer Jack Van Zandt, as well as the winner of American Composers Forum LA/Chapman's open call for piano duo scores. This concert is supported in part by the ACF/LA.
As a composer, Adam Borecki strives to create a energetic sound world through the combination of classical forms with the vibrance of techniques and style from electronic dance music.
To support his lifestyle as a composer of contemporary music, Adam Borecki creates professional quality websites.
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