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Anton Lukoszevieze – performance and screening

  • 27th March 2015
  • 6.30 pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

 

Anton Lukoszevieze

Anton Lukoszevieze

Friday March 27th 6.30 – Stephen Lawrence Gallery – Booking not required

 

Anton Lukoszevieze (photo) is an internationally renowned ‘cellist and founder of the ensemble Apartment House, a key contemporary music group which recently received a Royal Philharmonic Society Chamber Music Award for their performances of John Cage. Lukoszevieze has also recently championed Lithuanian contemporary composers in addition to his highly regarded solo performances of American experimentalists such Cage, Feldman, and Wolff as well as the slightly lesser known James Tenney and Philip Corner. Some of these will be played in this gallery concert as well as his own pieces in conjunction with film.

On Friday 27th of March, Anton Lukoszevieze will play: Philip Corner, George Maciunas, Sylvano Bussotti, Morton Feldman, Anton Lukoszevieze and Jennifer Walshe

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