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multi-voiced poetics

multi-voiced poetics is a contemporary solo violin performance from the “Temporality of the Impossible" concert series for the 2018/2019 season, taking place on 7th March 2019, from 7 pm in St Paul's Hall (University of Huddersfield, UK).

◼ Program

● Robert Wannamaker: violin (2001)
● Lucio Tasca: An Imperfect Circle (2019)
● Liza Lim: The Su Song Star Map (2018)

About multi-voiced poetics

"multi-voiced poetics" is an approximately 45 minutes performance, featuring pieces by Liza Lim, Lucio Tasca, and Robert Wannamaker, that explore enthralling worlds of violin’s phonetics.

”Temporality of the Impossible: contemporary violin music, aesthetics, technique and performance” is an artistic research that started as a personal curiosity but grew into a PhD research, now taking place at the CeReNeM and ReCePP, at the University of Huddersfield (UK).
**How impossible is the “impossible”? The lasting curiosity of composers in exploring expression through music continues the legacy of creating pieces that are fresh, “new” and challenging not only for listening, but also to artistry of playing. Subsequently, performers continue to be challenged by these pieces demanding unconventional approaches. “Temporality of the Impossible” focuses on these challenges, and addresses two important and inseparable parts of music and performance: the tangible and the abstract. **

The violin courtesy of Thomas Meuwissen

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