Mocrep at Constellation Chicago's Frequency Festival:
This program, in its explorations of movement, bodies, sampling, and performance relationships, critiques and reflects on social and political structures and their musical implications. David Alan Broome’s critiques of capitalism in “Drink,” Brigitta Muntendorf’s critiques of hierarchies in “Yes, Master,” and Jennifer Walshe’s critiques of classical instrumental performance in “Wash Me Whiter Than Snow” will all contribute to a politically potent and musically engaging performance.
David Alan Broome: Drink (2014) for solo midi keyboard
Brigitta Muntendorf: Yes, Master (2011)
Jennifer Walshe: Wash Me Whiter than Snow (2013) for violin, cello and DVD
This program will be shared with a.pe.ri.od.ic, who present a program of works quiet and absurd featuring Laura Steenberge's Elevator Music, James Klopfleisch's Read Two Parts, Scott Cazan's Limit Ordinal, Matt Sargent's Tide, and Julia Holter's Song of Slow Songs. Concluding the program they'll present Opus 2 from Tim Parkinson's opera Time With People opera.