From February 21 until March 11, Dutch flutist Anne La Berge will tour the US.
February 21: presentation of recent compositions at the University of Chicago during a Composition Seminar.
February 23 (9:00 PM): performance in a quartet grouping at Elastic Arts in Chicago.
March 1-4: Residency at Brigham Young University.
March 3 (7:30 PM): Solo concert at Madsen Recital Hall.
March 6 (1:20 – 2:50 PM): Composition Colloquium at UC Santa Cruz.
March 10 (8:00 PM): Concert at Radius Gallery, Tannery Arts Center, Santa Cruz.
March 11, Performance at San Francisco Center For New Music.
About Anne La Berge
Anne La Berge’s career as flutist, improviser, and composer stretches across international and stylistic boundaries. Her performances bring together the elements on which her international reputation is based: a ferocious and far-reaching virtuosity, a penchant for improvising delicately spun microtonal textures and melodies, and her wholly unique array of powerfully percussive flute effects, all combined with electronic processing. Many of her compositions involve her own participation, though she has produced works intended solely for other performers, usually involving guided improvisation and text. She also uses these compositions that work with a flexible combination of imposed musical situations and electronics where performer/improvisers are an integrated part of the music making process as material for workshops and masterclasses. In addition to creating her own work she regularly performs in other artists’ projects in a range of settings from modern chamber music to improvised electronic music.