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Electric Counterpoint, by Steve Reich Performed by Joe Bricker Video and Audio Production by Joe Bricker BEST VIEWED IN HD ABOUT THE PIECE: Electric Counterpoint (1987) was commissioned by the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival for guitarist Pat Metheny. It was composed during the summer of 1987. The duration is about 15 minutes. […]
GVSU New Music Ensemble, Bill Ryan, Director Hannah Donnelly, flute Amy Zuidema, clarinet Krista Visnovsky, violin Kevin Flynn, samples Reese Rehkopf, piano Wade Selkirk, percussion “Processations” was composed by Marc Mellits and commissioned with support from New Music USA. It is part of of the GVSU New Music Ensemble’s “Music in their Words” project. For […]
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This version of Violin Phase is performed by Luke Fitzpatrick (violin solo) using a custom live electronics looping system developed by Marcin Pączkowski. This is the third of three Steve Reich videos in collaboration with On the Boards Ambassador James Holt, each to be filmed in a different Seattle location. Cello Counterpoint (Rose Bellini, cello): […]
Steve Reich, called “our greatest living composer” by the New York Times, discusses his career and the current state of contemporary classical music with Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic Justin Davidson, of New York magazine. The conversation will be preceded by a performance by Reich and friends of Reich’s famous Clapping Music and Mallet Quartet. A […]
Sextet, by Steve Reich Performed by Yale Percussion Group Jonny Allen | Garrett Arney | Doug Perry | Terry Sweeney | Georgi Videnov | Mari Yoshinaga Vic Firth Performance Page: http://www.vicfirth.com/concert/chamber/Reich_Sextet.php — GEAR USED: #vf154 – Ensemble Series http://www.vicfirth.com/product/buynow/product.php?button=M154 #vfGB1 – Soundpower® Large Gong Beater http://www.vicfirth.com/product/buynow/product.php?button=GB1 #vfTG01 – Tom Gauger — General http://www.vicfirth.com/product/buynow/product.php?button=TG01 #vfM144 – […]
Drumming (Part I) by Steve Reich performed by Sandbox Percussion Jonathan Allen, Victor Caccese, Ian Rosenbaum, and Terry Sweeney Kettle Corn New Music, September 13, 2014 at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music www.KettleCornNewMusic.com
The CSU Percussion Ensemble plays Steve Reich’s Mallet Quartet, live at the Columbus Museum in October of 2014 Personnell: Joel Castro (Senior, Vibraphone) Jonathan Mashburn (Senior, Vibraphone) James Klausmeyer (Junior, Marimba) Jordan Walsh (Junior, Marimba)
“A profile of composer Steve Reich, a leading creator of stripped-down, “minimal” music. The program explores how Reich’s music eventually became accessible to the musical audience at large. Included are interviews with the composer himself, and contemporaries, and also performances of some of his works.”
http://groovesizer.com Steve Reich’s Piano Phase as played on two Groovesizers. Why? Because I was introduced to the piece in music class in a high school in Germany as an exchange student in 1991 and had heard nothing like it before. Over the years as I’ve been making with computers, the piece has kept bugging me […]
Robert Black, Bass Guitar | Vicky Chow, Piano | David Cossin – Drums | Derek Johnson, Guitar | Mark Stewart – Guitar | Evan Ziporyn – Piano The Bang on a Can All-Stars perform Steve Reich’s complete 2×5.
Part of the exhibition “There’s a difference between a shaky or out-of-focus photograph and a snapshot of clouds and fog banks” Erwin Schrödinger. ECAL, November 2012, 2nd year Bachelor in Visual Arts. Filmed and edited by Fleur Bernet and Natacha Donzé, with help from Jean-Guillaume Sonnier Performed by Simon Acevedo, Mathieu Cart, Simon Paccaud & […]
http://www.blocweekend.com Bloc caught up with avant-garde minimalist composer Steve Reich for the second installment of the Influences series. He discusses Ghanian drumming and his upcoming project with Radiohead.
Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich Used with Permission by Hendon Music: An Imagem Company PERFORMANCE: February 5, 2011 Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Performance Produced by eighth blackbird Filmed by Dan Nichols, Nichols Media PERFORMERS: eighth blackbird Tim Munro, flutes (piano and marimba for this performance) Michael J. Maccaferri, clarinets Matt Albert, violin […]