November 26, 2009
EMACM Plays in Kuala Lumpur Contemporary Music Festival 2009
EMACM will perform on this Saturday, 28th at 11pm at The Annexe Gallaries, as part of the KL Contemporary Music Festival 2009. We'll be performing a 7 minute structured improvisation music piece by Ng Chor Guan, with voice (Kok Siew Wai), clarinet (Tham Kar Mun), bass clarinet (Yong Yandsen) and laptop (Ng Chor Guan).
Musicians and music lovers out there, do support your local revolution! :-)
KL CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FEST 2009
REMIXED: City After Dark
Sat 28 Nov, 11pm
Presented by Malaysian Composers Collective & Goethe ¨CInstitut Malaysia
Admission by donation
Presented as part of the KL Contemporary Music Fest 2009 programme, this special late night electroacoustic concert breaks the conventions of classical music performance by embracing new media of expressions such as computers, amplification, visual arts and poetry.
Experience classical music music in a different light with a brand new work "Ageha. Tokyo" by exciting Hong Kong composer Sampson Young, along with works by composers from the region including our very own Ng Chor Guan and Goh Lee Kwang. Presented by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble together with local performers Jerome Kugan, Experimental Musicians and Artists Co-operative Malaysia and more.
"Fire" for bass clarinet and computer (2007) - Jiradej Setabundhu, Thailand
"Kat & Shadow" for CD playback with poems and illustrations (2009) - Jerome Kugan, Malaysia
"Polygon" for clarinet, bass clarinet, voice and laptop (2009) - Ng Chor Guan, Malaysia
"Frissons" for viola and live electronic (2009) - Hoh Chung Shih, Singapore
“光月家客” for CD playback, video & performance art (2009) - Chong Keat Aun (Ji-An) & Neuyabe, Malaysia
“God Of Small Things” for 4 musicians (2009) - Goh Lee Kwang, Malaysia
“6ta” for laptop (2009) - Otto Sidharta, Indonesia
“La 3 Rua Reverses” for oboe, cello and tape (2009) - Boonrut Sirirattanapan, Thailand
“Ageha. Tokyo” for amplified violin, electronics and video - Samson Young, Hong Kong
“Temazcal” for Maracas and tape - Javier Alvarez, Mexico
“Dancing Queen” for audio visual algorithmic composition (2009) - Jiradej Setabundhu, Thailand