UCSB Department of Music
UC Santa Barbara, Department of Music
Santa Barbara, CA  93106-6070
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Corwin Chair Series: "Sounding Limits" with Pascale Criton
Pascale Criton, composer / Silvia Tarozzi, violin / Deborah Walker, cello
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   The Corwin Chair presents Sounding Limits, a series of compositions that have resulted from a long-term collaboration between the French composer Pascale Criton and the Italian string players Silvia Tarozzi & Deborah Walker, on Monday, October 23, 2017 at 7 p.m. in Karl Geiringer Hall. Prior to the concert, Ms. Criton will host a 6 p.m. lecture in Studio Xenakis (Room 2215). Admission is free and both events are open to the public.
   Since the 1980s, Pascale Criton has been exploring sound variability, microtunings, multisensory receptions and the spatialization of listening. Silvia Tarozzi, violin, and Deborah Walker, cello, are two adepts of contemporary and experimental music and free-improvisation. Together with Pascale Criton they have been exploring microtonal extended techniques and gestural processes on a violin and a cello tuned in 1/16 of a tone. The compositions that resulted from this process are conceived as corporal scripts. They challenge the sense of form and the attitude of interpretation, transforming it into a creative process. Time and motion are no longer defined by pitches and metric systems but embodied diagrams and moods. After being performed in International Festival and venues in Europe, Sounding Limits will be presented for the first time in the United States in the Fall of 2017. Pascale Criton's West Coast tour is organized by Art&Fact and is made possible with the support of the SACEM, the SPEDIDAM, and the Italian Institute of Culture.
   Event Category & Type:   Music - Classical ( Concerts, Shows & Performances)

   UCSB Karl Geiringer Hall, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA  93106

   Admission:  FREE to All
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