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Randy Gibson's <em>Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry ATS4 Base 6:81</em>
Randy Gibson's Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry ATS4 Base 6:81 | Render Still

Reviews

NY Times: A Single Note | 2017

Seth Colter Walls profiles Randy Gibson for The New York Times

"As is sometimes the case with outwardly unvaried Minimalist music, the texture emerges from the overtones, the frequencies that sound above fundamental notes (in this case, those seven Ds on the piano). Mr. Gibson’s electronic design for the piece highlights these naturally occurring acoustic phenomena, making their ghostly quality more easily perceived."

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April 11th, 2017

Resonating Apparitions | Avant Media at Wild Project | New York City


Featuring the works:

Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry ATS4 Base 6:81

The Four Pillars Appearing from The Resonating Discs invoking The 72:81:88 Confluence


Reviews

NY Times: A Single Note | 2017

Seth Colter Walls profiles Randy Gibson for The New York Times

"As is sometimes the case with outwardly unvaried Minimalist music, the texture emerges from the overtones, the frequencies that sound above fundamental notes (in this case, those seven Ds on the piano). Mr. Gibson’s electronic design for the piece highlights these naturally occurring acoustic phenomena, making their ghostly quality more easily perceived."

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The world premiere of a new work for percussion, harmonic resonators, and projection, commissioned by Avant Media for powerhouse percussion ensemble TIGUE.

This immersive performance in harmonic time, The Four Pillars Appearing from The Resonating Discs invoking The 72:81:88 Confluence in a setting of Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry ATS4 Base 6:81 explores new methodologies to expand and reconstruct the perception of the passage of time. Performed by TIGUE on nine metallic instruments discretely amplified to highlight the resonance of The Four Pillars from within the rich overtone cloud, the work asks performer and audience alike to consider their own perception of time and change.

Performance takes place at 8PM on Tuesday April 11, 2017 at The Wild Project
Tickets: $21 ($14 for students and seniors) are available here.

Due to the fragile perceptual nature of this work, late entry cannot be guaranteed.

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