RMA Symposium Exploring Xenakis: Performance, Practice, Philosophy

Final Program

Exploring Xenakis: Performance, Practice, Philosophy

School of Music, University of Leeds

Tuesday, 12 September, 2017

Online Registration: http://store.leeds.ac.uk/product-catalogue/school-of-music/conference-events/symposium-exploring-xenakis-performance-practice-philosophy

9am         Registration

9.30am     Opening and Welcome Address

9.45am

‘Performance in Xenakis’s electroacoustic music’.

Reinhold Friedl (Goldsmiths, University of London)

10.15am

Further development of 1950s modernist avant garde composition in Xenakis’ Metastaseis (1954).

Marlēné Radice (Sir Zelman Cowan School of Music, Monash University)

10.45am

‘‘Xenakis, not Gounod’: Xenakis, the Avant Garde, and May ’68’.

Dr Alannah Halay and Michael D. Atkinson (University of Leeds)

11.15am         Coffee break

11.45am

‘Morphological Aspects in Xenakis’s Music’

Said Athié Bonduki (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

12.15pm

Nomos alpha by Iannis Xenakis: ‘Temporality and Interpretative Space’.

Alfia Nakipbekova (University of Leeds)

12.45pm

‘The Berlin sketches and Xenakis’s middle period style’.

Dr. Dimitris Exarchos (Goldsmiths, University of London)

1.15pm         Lunch

2.00pm

‘Rhythmic practice through Psappha’ – Research statement

Yuko Ohara (Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, Japan)

2.15pm

‘Iannis Xenakis and his Music’.

Anna Terzaroli (Conservatorio Santa Cecilia, Rome)

2.45pm

‘Synthesising the Sonority: Stratification of Clusters in Xenakis’s Gmeeoorh (1974)’

Marina Sudo (University of Leuven)

3.15pm

‘The use of unison in the orchestral music of Xenakis’.

Nikos Ioakeim (Independent Scholar)

3.45pm

‘Iannis Xenakis’ Metastasis. Aesthetic Experience and the Importance of Knowledge’.

Stefanie Bräuml (University of Music and Arts, Vienna)

4.15pm             Coffee break

4.45pm               Performance

Xenakis Nomos alpha for solo cello

Alfia Nakipbekova

Keynote Lectures

5.00pm

Makis Solomos

Nomos alpha: compositional theory and practice, remarks on performance’.

5.45pm Benoit Gibson

‘Interpreting the musical ideas of Iannis Xenakis: from representation to performance’.

6.30pm               Closing Remarks and Wine Reception

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