Tag Archives: Ted Gurch

In a split screen view, percussionist Stuart Gerber and saxophonist Jan berry Baker perform the world premiere of "Composite and Parallax" by Peter Van Zandt Lane. (source: video frame capture / GSU)

Review: Bent Frequency brings living composers to the fore in From a Distance

Mark Gresham | 11 NOV2020 On Friday, Nov. 6, contemporary music ensemble Bent Frequency premiered a virtual video concert of music by four living composers Mara Gibson, Alvin Singleton, Peter Van Zandt Lane and Juan Trigos. Entitled “From a […]

Atlanta Chamber Players perform the world premiere of "CROW" by David Kirkland Garner. (source: video frame capture)

Review: A night of multiple “firsts” for Atlanta Chamber Players

Mark Gresham | 27 OCT 2020 This past Friday evening the Atlanta Chamber Players performed a concert of music by Ludwig van Beethoven and David Kirkland Garner to a limited in-person audience at First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta. The […]

Helen Hwaya Kim and clarinetist Ted Gurch performungGenshiin 2017. (source: video still)

An EarRelevant Interlude, #1: Genshi

Mark Gresham | 20 MAY 2020 Number 1 in a series of audio and video presentations curated by by EarRelevant’s publisher and principal writer Mark Gresham as part of his “Composer’s Notebook.” Several of our writers are also composers, […]

Bent Frequency plays Xi Wang's "Echo.Poem.Image"

Bent Frequency celebrates Chinese New Year with music of Xi Wang and other Chinese composers

Mark Gresham | 08 FEB 2019 We are living in times when national identity is often devoured by an increasingly globalized world. Some artists use their art to keep their heritage alive; others absorb and fold into it influences […]