Clarinet vibes featured in NewSound concert Sunday with KLANG
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
SUNY Fredonia’s Ethos New Music Society will be presenting the Klang ensemble on Sunday, March 17 as part of the 13th annual NewSound Festival. The concert will be held in Rosch Recital Hall at 8 p.m. and admission is free.
The NewSound Festival showcases the music of the 20th and 21st century by featuring composers, performers, and lecturers from across the country and is made possible by the Student Association.
Clarinetist/composer James Falzone founded KLANG for a pending January 2006 gig at a now-defunct improvised music series in Chicago. He used that opportunity to recruit three other mainstays of the city's creative music scene he had always wanted to work with: Jason Adasiewicz, Jason Roebke and Tim Daisy.
Driven by their common interests in the clarinetvibes sound and the vast musical legacy of the legendary Jimmy Giuffre, the quartet has worked together ever since, performing at prominent festivals, series and venues around the country.
Together the group has released four albums; "Klang:Live," "Tea Music," "Other Doors" and "Brooklynn Lines . . . Chicago Spaces."
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