From Andrew Chatfield and the CFA Staff:
“Daniel Fishkin is an artist with the kind of tenacity that is mostly reserved for politicians and mountain climbers.”
Graduate music student Daniel Fishkin presents a diverse program of American avant-garde composition and the experimental canon, filtered through and radically reinterpreted by invented instruments. Daxophone (played by drawing a bow over a thin piece of wood), 20 foot piano strings, and oscilloscopes (electronic test instruments) combine to create new timbral real estate for iconic pieces.
Date: Tuesday, October 28th
Place: World Music Hall