Elisabeth Coudoux © Wolfgang Vogt
Doppelkonzert: Mark Dresser & Elisabeth Coudoux
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Mark Dresser is a Grammy nominated, internationally renowned bass player, improviser, and composer. At the core of his music is an obsession and commitment to expanding the sonic, musical, and expressive possibilities of the contrabass. He has recorded over one hundred-forty CDs including including ten CDs as composer/bandleader, three solo recordings and a DVD and his most recent solo LP Modicana (2017). His acclaimed music From 1985 to 1994, he was a member of Anthony Braxton’s Quartet. He has also performed and recorded music of Ray Anderson, Jane Ira Bloom, Tim Berne, Anthony Davis, Dave Douglas, Osvaldo Golijov, Gerry Hemingway, Lei Liang, Bob Ostertag, Joe Lovano, Roger Reynolds, Henry Threadgill, Dawn Upshaw, John Zorn. for over a decade he has been deeply involved in telematic music performance, and released the DVD, Virtual Tour-A Carbon Reduced Footprint Concert Series. He was awarded a 2015 Shifting Foundation Award and 2015 Doris Duke Impact Award. He is Professor of Music at University of California, San Diego.
“Elisabeth Coudoux shows her own distinct voice on cello. She tells her own stories — or her own story, in the sense that every improviser’s personal style betrays the life experience behind it. From her sheer technique, you’d correctly surmise long classical training. But she also shows a readiness to go her own way(s). Sometimes her ability set up and sustain distinct figures in different rhythms and registers suggests the multi-strand solo music of saxophonist Evan Parker: Another tradition reveals itself.” Kevin Whitehead, liner notes “some poems”
Elisabeth Coudoux (clo), Mark Dresser (cb)
Jazz, free improvisation, experimental music
concert hall Start 20:00
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