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|Éliane Radigue||Occam XXI|
|Occam River XVII|
|Occam River XX (world premiere)|
|Occam Delta XIV|
|Dominic Lash||double bass|
Éliane Radigue is regarded as one of the most innovative and influential composers working today. Up until 2000, she produced electronic works. Since then, she has composed mostly for acoustic instruments, and from 2011, exclusively in collaboration with individual performers, working with the musician’s personal technique and relationship to their instrument, using solely oral and aural means of transmission rather than written scores. The resulting body of 80 pieces, the Occam series, are specific to those performers, rather than to their instruments.
For their performance at Kings Place, Radigue’s close associates, the musicians Helene Breschand, Angharad Davies, Dominic Lash and Rhodri Davies will perform various combinations of solo pieces (Occam), duo pieces (Rivers) and trio (Delta) in varying configurations. The concert will showcase the premiere of a new duo piece for two harps, Occam River XX.
This event is supported by the Ambache Charitable Trust: raising the profile of music by women.
The performance will last approximately 80 minutes without an interval.