A new year and Nelly Boyd is again performing at klub katarakt at Kampnagel, Hamburg. We are taking part in the opening on January 15, where we will – together with lots of Hamburg friends and colleagues – play in all three katarakt halls simultaneously (well, sometimes).
We are also performing in the closing Long Night (January 18), playing the Hamburg premiere of Double Helix by Alvin Lucier, for four electric guitars with e-bows.
More info on the klub katarakt page.
We are playing in Erlangen on October 16, with a nice programme of pieces by Alvin Lucier, Morton Feldman, John Cage, James Tenney and Phill Niblock. Bayerischer Rundfunk will record and broadcast the concert.
Friday, January 4, 20:00
Christianskirche am Klopstockplatz
We will play in a concert for our late friend and furtherer Milo Lohse who died last year. Milo was the founder and organizer of the concert series “Forum Neue Musik” in the Christianskirche. We miss him!
Also participating are Frauke Aulbert, Eva Maria Houben, Daria Iossifova, Heinz Erich Gödicke, Thomas Niese and TonArt Ensemble.
We will play Criss-Cross (2013) for two electric guitars by Alvin Lucier.
We are playing at the Greatest Hits Festival at Kampnagel in Hamburg.
Friday, November 18, 18:00, K4
Nelly Boyd plays
Alvin Lucier: Criss-Cross (2013) for two electric guitars
John Cage: Four6 (1992) for any way of producing sounds
Morton Feldman: Durations 2 (1961) for cello and piano
James Tenney: (night) (1971) for percussion perhaps, or…
Players are Moxi Beidenegl, Robert Engelbrecht, Jan Feddersen, Johann Popp
Saturday, November 19, 19:30, K6
Boyds Elektro Gitarren Orchester plays
James Tenney: Septet for six electric guitars and bass (1981)
Players are Robert Engelbrecht, Markus Lipka, Fiona McKenzie, Johann Popp, Jim Sudmann, Geka Winkler – guitars, Stefan Link – bass, Jan Feddersen – conductor
Before and after us Ensemble Resonanz performs other works by Tenney, Pauline Oliveros and Elliot Sharp.
We are playing again at this year’s klub katarakt festival at Kampnagel, at the opening night on Wednesday, January 15: Hommage à Phill Niblock. We will play the world premiere of Niblock‘s new piece Three Petals for three orchestras in three halls, with guest musicians Georgia Hoppe and Ignacio Fernández-Bollo. The other ensembles are Trio Scordatura from Amsterdam, joined by Guy de Bièvre and Harald Muenz, and Ensemble neoN from Oslo. Also on the programme Niblock’s Tow by Tom and Vlada BC. In addition we will also play do nothing, just wait, the singing will start…. sooner or later by Matthias Kaul, neoN will play Alvin Lucier‘s Two Circles, and Trio Scordatura will play Time Zones 0.5 by Guy de Bièvre.
Also, don’t miss the opportunity to hear Charles Curtis performing Just Charles & Cello in The Romantic Chord by La Monte Young on Thursday, Jan 16!!!
And all the other fine concerts there.