Steve Swell / Eva Zöllner
October 5 @ 8:00 pm
Mutable Music is pleased to announce the 29th season of the Interpretations contemporary music series.
Our six unique programs taking place at Roulette, Brooklyn, will focus on contemporary composers and their interpreters with an emphasis on the complex interrelationship between composition and improvisation.
Trombonist and composer Steve Swell presents a new ensemble work Leaf Peeping in Poland with original text and music performed by Jason Kao Hwang (violin), Larry Roland (bass), James Ilgenfritz (bass), Michael T.A. Thompson (drums), Deanna Relyea (voice), Thomas Buckner (voice) and Patricia Nicholson Parker(voice/dance).
When & where
Thursday October 5, 2017 @ 8pm
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn
Tickets $15 online / $20 doors
German accordionist Eva Zöllner performs recent works by Jagoda Szmytka, Georgina Derbez, Rebecca Saunders, Milica Djordjevic and Sofia Gubaidulina. Funding generously provided by Goethe Institute.
Steve Swell‘s curiosity and passion for extending the bounds of the vocabulary of the trombone has garnered for himself the reputation of being an asset to any ensemble he is a part of in the wide arena of the world’s improvising communities. A native of Newark, NJ, Steve Swell has been an active member of the NYC music community since 1975. Having toured with and recorded with artists such as Anthony Braxton, Bill Dixon, Cecil Taylor and William Parker, Swell counts over 40 CDs to his name and is a featured artist on more than 100 other releases. In addition to running workshops around the world, Swell is a teaching artist in the New York City public school system focusing on special needs children.
Eva Zöllner studied classical accordion in Cologne and Copenhagen and is one of the most active accordionists of her generation. As internationally acclaimed soloist she appears in projects ranging from experimental solo performances to concerts with renowned ensembles. An important part of her work is the close cooperation with composers of her generation. She has premiered more than 100 new works for her instrument. Lately she is particularly interested in the potential of the accordion within electro-acoustic music and multimedia art. Eva is based in Hamburg and lives as a nomadic musician, travelling around the world to explore her instrument in different cultures and contexts.