Icebreaker Live

Recycled

Icebreaker perform five new works by composers Ed Bennett, Paul Whitty, Linda Buckley, Matt Wright and Roy Carroll, alongside Julia Wolfe's classic work Big Beautiful Dark and Scary, in a new arrangement..

NEXT PERFORMANCES:

Oxford, 22nd March 2015
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Birmingham Concervatoire, 21st April
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Ivey Arts Centre, Surrey University, Guildford, autumn 2015, date tbc 

Icebreaker launch their new project, based on the idea of recycling with five new works and a classic.  Ed Bennett's Suspect Device recycles the eponymous song by Stiff Little Fingers, Roy Carroll uses feedback loops made from the sounds of people's instruments, Matt Wright is using sampling to do his recycling live, and Paul Whitty is recycling a whole piece from Icebreaker's existing repertorie (Michael Gordon's Yo Shakespeare), but with startlingly differnet effect.

Come and see the programme at the Audiograft Festival in Oxford in March or at the Birmingham Conservatoire in April, or at Surrey University in the autumn.

Supported by Sound and Music touring programme   
Ed Bennett commission supported by Britten-Pears Foundation
Roy Carroll Commission supported by Arts Council Ireland

Radio Icebreaker

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presented by James Poke

James Poke presents a selection of minimalist and post-minimalist classics on this month's Radio Icebreaker, eschewing the most famous names in favour of a range of the other exciting composers producing music in these genres, including Frederic Rzewski, Meredith Monk, Julius Eastman, Eliane Radigue, Pauline Oliveros, Paul Dresher, Daniel Lentz, Charlemagne Palestine, Kyle Gann and Ingram Marshall.

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