Monte Coulter Faculty Recital: Chrononomy Pt 1

Saturday, January 20, 2018
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Event Type
Lecture/Speaker - Music RSS
Contact
Sue Carroll
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http://events.utc.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?EventDetailId=10222

Details: Chrononomy comes from Stravinsky’s lectures at Harvard titled, “The Poetics of Music.” He describes chrononomy with, “Music presupposes before all else a certain organization in time, a chrononomy...”

The program is a mixture of old and new. With pieces familiar to the Roland Hayes stage as well as new works added to Coulter's repertoire.

 Some of the works to be performed include:

“Therapy for Solo Percussionist” Each movement of John Serry’s work expresses a stage of psychotherapy: Anxieties, Fantasies and Aggressions. “This piece is among the most perfectly descriptive programmatic works for percussion I have ever seen,” Coulter says. 

 “Vertical River” Composed by Blake Tyson to commemorate a particularly harrowing whitewater rafting trip. Coulter’s former student joins to perform this duet. 

“Fernando’s Waltz” Paul Smadbeck’s recital length work for solo marimba.

“Blade” an “amazing exploration” of 4:3 polyrhythm composed by Benjamin Finley for four drums and three non-resonant metals of the performer’s choosing.

“I am particularly excited to play an original work, “Dancer, for solo vibraphone and congas,” Coulter explains, “which I will perform with my son, Monte Coulter IV.  Dancer was composed for piano, and “re-imagined” for vibes and hand percussion, and received its premier in this same Hayes concert hall with John Lawless, Congas, and Scott Turnbow, percussion.”

Guest artists include: Monte Coulter IV, congas; Drew Daniels, Marimba; Jenny Parker, piano

Dr. Monte Coulter and Marimba Mallets
Parking
Parking Parking is available at Lots 10, 11, 12, 17, 38 and along the sides of Palmetto, Vine, and Oak Streets. Handicap parking is best on Vine Street, and lots 10 and 17. Handicap drop off is best accomplished at the Vine or Palmetto Street entrances to the Fine Arts Center.
Admission
This event is free and open to the public.

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