Watch excerpts "from the patio"

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Enjoy these excerpts from Yellow Barn Patio Noise.

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September 29, 2020

Amy Beth Kirsten yes I said yes I will Yes.
Lizzie Burns and Lucy Fitz Gibbon:

Interpreting intimacy in a time of distance; Action and memory in Joyce and Goethe; Shedding light on gender relations

Seth Knopp and dancer/choreographer Daniel McCusker:
How do we talk to an audience in a way that redefines meaning?

Daniel McCusker:
Interpreting Merce Cunningham dances from the time of John Cage

Travis Laplante The Obvious Place
Watch the July 25 concert and view program details
Travis Laplante, with Seth Knopp and Bonnie Hampton:
Composing and interpreting The Obvious Place, improvisation and the meaning of performance

September 15, 2020

The complete suites for solo cello by J.S. Bach
Watch the July 16 concert and view program details
Watch the July 18 concert and view program details

Natasha Brofsky, John Myerscough, Laurence Lesser, and Aaron Wolff:
The experience of masks on, and masks off, for performers and listeners

Bonnie Hampton, Gabriel Martins, and Aaron Wolff:
The character of the Bach Cello Suites during this time

John Myerscough, Lisa Kang, Michael Katz, Michael Kannen, and Laurence Lesser:
The Bach Cello Suites: Which movement and why?

September 8, 2020

Watch the July 11 concert and view program details

Seth Knopp:
Music is meant for everybody: The music - interpreter - listener continuum

Bonnie Hampton:
Kirchner's Piano Trio and the journey of exploring and performing a new piece of music

Lei Liang Trans for solo percussion and audience
Eduardo Leandro:
Performing Lei Liang's "Trans", integrating sounds from nature, and with an audience after months of isololation

September 1, 2020

Watch the July 10 concrt and view program details

Charles Ives Piano Sonata No. 2 “Concord, Mass., 1840–60”
Seth Knopp and Gilbert Kalish:
Hearing Beethoven in Ives's "Concord" sonata

Stephen Coxe Entstehung Heiliger Dankgesang (Emergence of the Holy Song of Thanksgiving)
Stephen Coxe and Catherine Stephan:
Using Beethoven's autograph sketches and manuscripts for "Entstehung Heiliger Dankgesang" and an art installation

Ludwig van Beethoven Heiliger Dankgesang eines Genesenen an die Gottheit, in der lydischen Tonart (Holy song of thanksgiving of a convalescent to the Deity, in the Lydian mode) from String Quartet in A Minor, Op.132 (1825)
Alice Ivy-Pemberton, Emma Frucht, Roger Tapping, and Coleman Itzkoff:
Performing Beethoven's "Heiliger Dankgesang" with Stephen Coxe's "Entstehung Heiliger Dankgesang"