Past Performances


order means nothing

Mon Oct 11 2004

counter)induction continues its exploration of improvisation in contemporary chamber music with a concert featuring works by Pauline Oliveros, Christian Wolff, and a premiere by c)i composer-member Kyle Bartlett, culminating in Earl Brown’s landmark work December,1952. [more info]


Fri Dec 10 2004

c)i presents a snapshot of the new Finnish aesthetic(s) ranging from the abstract to the elegant to the downright silly. This concert will feature the New York premiere of a work by Jukka Tiensuu, works by Kaija Saariaho and Sampo Haapamaki, as well as works from a call for scores organized in collaboration with the Society of Finnish Composers. [more info]

2005 Columbia Music Scholarship Conference Program

Fri Jan 28 2005

This concert is part of the 2005 Columbia Music Scholarship Conference Program, and is free and open to the public [more info]

Washington Square Contemporary Music Society

Wed Mar 9 2005

This program will feature a world premiere written for the ensemble, along with works by Ursula Mamlok, Lee Hyla, George Crumb, and counter)induction composer-member Douglas Boyce. More information can be found here: Washington Square Contemporary Music Society [more info]

big science

Fri Jun 3 2005

counter)induction explores the complexities of human/computer interaction with its performance of Davidovsky’s masterpiece for tape and chamber ensemble, Synchronisms #2; Tristan Murail’s hybrid work Treize couleurs du soleil couchant; and two world premières by c)i composer-members Douglas Boyce and Kyle Bartlett. [more info]

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