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Event Name:
It’s Still Going On Out There (Three Trapped Tigers BFX Fringe Concert)

Event Type(s):
Concert

Description:

Three Trapped Tigers (David Barnett and Tom Bickley, recorders) perform their unique mix of early and new music for recorders. Their approach is grounded in historical practice and influenced by the Deep Listening of Pauline Oliveros, and a love of music from diverse cultures and styles. Three Trapped Tigers perform on medieval, baroque and modern recorders to bring to life a wide array of sounds and music.

The title of the program comes from the Time Poem by Philip Whalen which they have realized as a recorder duo. The program will showcase diverse works from contemporary English composers by duos and solos by Gavin Bryars, Sir Michael Tippett, and Nicola LeFanu. 16th-century Bicinia from the Munich Ms 260 will mix with Bicinia by the contemporary Swiss composer, Ulrich Gasser and music by American composers Pauline Oliveros, Tom Bickley and Roy Sansom. Three Trapped Tigers has a great fondness for the music of the Trecento and will perform works by Landini as well. All this and more to delight you on this Saturday afternoon of the Berkeley Festival.

PRE-MODERN MUSIC FOR POST MODERN EARS AND VICE VERSA
1:30 p.m. St. Joseph of Arimathea Chapel (2543 Durant Avenue Berkeley)
Sliding scale: $15 – $20, no one turned away for lack of funds


Event Date:
6/11/2022

Event Time:
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific

Location:
St. Joseph of Arimathea Chapel
2543 Durant Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94704

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Contact Person:
Tom Bickley
(phone: 5107082349)

Details:

Three Trapped Tigers (David Barnett and Tom Bickley, recorders) perform their unique mix of early and modern music for recorders. Their approach is grounded in historical practice and influenced by the Deep Listening of Pauline Oliveros, and a love of music from diverse cultures and styles. Three Trapped Tigers perform on medieval, baroque and modern recorders to bring to life a wide array of sounds and music.

The title of the program comes from the Time Poem by Philip Whalen which they have realized as a recorder duo. The program will showcase diverse works from contemporary English composers by duos and solos by Gavin Bryars, Sir Michael Tippett, Nicola LeFanu, and Pauline Oliveros.

16th-century Bicinia from the Munich Ms 260 will mix with Bicinia by the contemporary Swiss composer, Ulrich Gasser. Music by American composers Tom Bickley and Roy Sansom. Three Trapped Tigers has a great fondness for the music of the Trecento and will perform works by Landini as well. All this and more to delight you on a Saturday afternoon of the Berkeley Festival.

PRE-MODERN MUSIC FOR POST MODERN EARS AND VICE VERSA
1:30 p.m. St. Joseph of Arimathea Chapel (2543 Durant Avenue Berkeley, California)
Sliding scale: $15 – $20, no one turned away for lack of funds



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