Posts tagged with Rodgers

Georgia Rodgers

St Andrew’s Lyddington

Performed by Katarzyna Zimińska and Mark Knoop.

Georgia Rodgers
Dimitri Djuric

Dialogues Festival 1

7:30pm Tuesday 6 July 2021
West Court
Edinburgh College of Art

The concert will be live-streamed on YouTube.

Georgia Rodgers • St Andrew’s Lyddington
Ioannis Panagiotou • UMWELT [wp]
Eva Aguilar • Insula [wp]
Martin Parker • Spray and Pray [wp]

Dialogues Festival 1
Dimitri Djuric

City University

7:00pm Tuesday 18 December 2018
City University Performance Space
St John Street, London EC1V 4PB

Following recent forays into performative and intermedial work, Plus Minus returns to its roots with a programme of instrumental music with electronics. Four of the most refined and distinctive voices in contemporary music will be featured: Cassandra Miller, Davíð Brynjar Franzson, and City composers Newton Armstrong and Georgia Rodgers. Each of these composers is concerned, albeit in different ways, with the fundaments of the compositional act and the manner in which sonic materials can be contextualised, processed, layered and transcribed.

Newton Armstrong • thread—surface
Georgia Rodgers • St. Andrew’s Lyddington
Davíð Brynjar Franzson • Ideation #2.1 [wp]
Newton Armstrong • the way to go out
Cassandra Miller • Traveller Song


6:00pm Wednesday 22 May 2013
City University Performance Space
St John Street, London EC1V 4PB

A concert exploring the possibilities created from interaction between live performance and digital technology. Steen-Andersen’s work turns a sonic microscope on the voice, amplifying and recontextualising phonemes into musical phrases while Ablinger transcribes the microvariations of a blank vinyl record for solo piano. Prins pits the live performer against a virtual avatar, blending the acoustic and digital together in a new reality. In Rodgers’ piece, a handson exploration of the sonic possibilities of percussion is captured and transformed by live sampling, the electronic processing enhancing and augmenting the live performance.

Simon Steen-Andersen • In Her Frown
Peter Ablinger • Piano and record
Stefan Prins • Piano Hero 1
Stefan Prins • Piano Hero 2
Georgia Rodgers • A to B

Mark Knoop, piano and voice
Serge Vuille, percussion and voice
Newton Armstrong, electronics