YVETTE JANINE JACKSON

Yvette Janine Jackson is a composer and sound installation artist focused on bringing attention to historical events and social issues through music.

Her works have recently been featured at the Fridman Gallery in New York; Cube at Virginia Tech; Tonband Fixed Media Festival at Audiorama; Spreckels Organ in Balboa Park; the San Diego Art Institute; San Francisco International Arts Festival; Stockholms Kulturnatten; the Borealis Festival; and in residency at Elektronmusikstudion. Her composition Atlantic Crossing was read by the Naples Philharmonic in 2016 with support from the American Composers Orchestra and Cannot Be (Unrung) for carillon and electronics was co-commissioned in 2018 by the
University of Chicago and University of Michigan for Tiffany Ng.

Yvette holds a B.A. in Music from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in Music-Integrative Studies from the University of California, San Diego.

She will join the summer composition faculty at Banff Centre for the Ensemble Evolution program and premiere a commissioned work for ensemble and electronics. Yvette will become Assistant Professor of Music at Harvard University in July 2019.

JOHN CHANTLER

John Chantler is a musician and organiser living in Stockholm, Sweden. He works with synthesizers, electronics and pipe organs.

His most recent LP — Which Way To Leave? (ROOM40) — charts an unpredictable, highly dynamic course through distorted washes of masses harmonics and passages of spare, alien beauty. This follows Still Light, Outside (1703 Skivbolaget) — an extended suite that combines passages of stark minimalism centred at the bodily invasive extremes of
the pipe organ’s register with striking explosions of colour; massed chords shot through with heavy distortion and electronics that operate according to their own dream logic.

Originally from Australia he spent a decade in London before moving to Sweden where he directs a small festival for ‘other music’ in Stockholm called Edition.

For this concert Chantler will present two new works: Tomorrow is Too Late (originally commissioned by INA-GRM, Paris) and We’re Always at The End.

Framträdanden av Yvette Janine Jackson, John Chantler
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