The History of Photography in Sound

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PART 1  10:30am - 1:40PM
PART 2  3:00PM - 5:40PM
SUNDAY 9 SEPTEMBER, 2018
ULUMBARRA THEATRE

 

THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN SOUND (1995-2002)
MICHAEL FINNISSY (U.K)

PART 1

1. LE DÉMON DE L’ANALOGIE (2000)

2. LE RÉVEIL DE L’INTRAITABLE RÉALITÉ (1999) 

3. NORTH AMERICAN SPIRITUALS (1997-1998)

4. MY PARENTS’ GENERATION THOUGHT WAR MEANT SOMETHING (1999) 

5. ALKAN-PAGANINI (1997)

6. SEVENTEEN IMMORTAL HOMOSEXUAL POETS (1997)

7. EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE - EDVARD MUNCH (1997)

PART 2

8.  KAPITALISTISCH REALISME (MET SIZILIANISCHE MÄNNERAKTE EN BACHSCHE NACHDICHTUNGEN) (1999-2000) 

9.  WACHTEND OP DE VOLGENDE UITBARSTING VAN REPRESSIE EN CENSUUR (2000-2002)

10. UNSERE AFRIKAREISE (1998) 

11. ETCHED BRIGHT WITH SUNLIGHT (1999-2000)


BIFEM’s history of the innovative and the unexpected has always championed the epic and the rare. True to form then that BIFEM should close out its 6th annual iteration by presenting the rarely-performed, five-and-a-half-hour solo piano work The History of Photography in Sound by UK composer Michael Finnissy. The Sunday Times has called Mark Knoop “one of the most brilliant pianists of the contemporary repertoire”. Spend your Sunday taking in the entirety of this extraordinary work and the stunning virtuosity of this legendary performer. An unforgettable concert experience to finish your weekend.


Mark KNOOP, Piano