MicrOFest 2002 - GLOBAL TUNINGS

CONFERENCE AND FESTIVAL OF MUSIC IN ALTERNATE TUNINGS
 
 
 
 

MicroFest 2002 Festival of Microtonal Music
GLOBAL TUNINGS

Friday May 10 8:00 PM: Mostly Metallophones!
Pomona College, Lyman Hall, Thatcher Music Bulding

(Corner of Fourth and College, Claremont)
Featuring the Harvey Mudd American Gamelan and guest artists
Music by Bill Alves, Lydia Ayers, Tom Flaherty, Kraig Grady, Masashi Ito &
George Zelenz
Preconcert talk at 7:30
Free and open to the public
For more information, please call (909)621-8022
 

Saturday May 11 7:00 PM: Asian Tunings
Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave. Pasadena
Music of Japan, China, Vietnam, and India
Featuring Bill Shultz [shakuhachi] & Ikuko Yuge [koto], Paul Livingstone
[sitar] &
Abhiman Kaushal [tabla], and others
Donation: $15
For more information, please call (626)449-2742
 

Saturday May 18 8:00 PM:

Their Venture Upon the Horizons
-- An Odyssey submerged in the Inner Tribes
-- An Anaphorian Shadow Play written by Isafa
Assembled by The Shadow Theatre of Anaphoria
Musical Direction by Kraig Grady
Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave. Pasadena
Donation: $8
For more information, please call (323)258-3260
 

Saturday May 25 8:00 PM: American Tunings
Pierce College, Performing Arts Building, Woodland Hills
Music of John Cage, Charles Ives, Harry Partch, Ezra Sims, and James
Tenney, and special birthday salute to Lou Harrison (bring flowers, he'll
be there!) with a local premiere of his latest piece for national steel
guitar
Performed by Just Strings and friends
Donation: $15
For more information, please call (818)719-6476
 

Sunday May 26 7:00 PM: Middle Eastern Tunings
Pierce College, Performing Arts Building, Woodland Hills
Music of Syria, Iran, Bedouins, Israel, Palestine, and microtonal flamenco!
Performed by Lian ensemble, Yuval Ron group, Adam del Monte, and more
Donation: $15
For more information, please call (818)719-6476