Al Margolis, Peter Zummo, Guy De Bievre

Oct 05, 2013: 8pm- 10pm
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Al Margolis, Peter Zummo, and Guy De Bievre perform “Time Zones 0.4 - Private Mutations.” Time Zones 0.4 – Private Mutations was written specifically for the trio consisting of Peter Zummo (trombone), Al Margolis (electronics) and Guy De Bievre (lap steel), for the performance at The Spotty Dog. Live performances at Spotty Dog Books & Ale in Hudson, NY are streamed live at, and occasionally broadcast live on WGXC 90.7-FM. Live webstream for this show available from Wave Farm and WGXC at and on WGXC 90.7-FM. Live show on radio during WGXC Fall Pledge Drive. Guy De Bièvre (BE) is a composer, musician, sound designer and sound art curator. His music has been commissioned and/or performed by musicians such as Guy Klucevsek, Seth Josel, Anne La Berge, The Bozza Mansion Project, Zivatar Trio, Zwerm and various local and international organizations. As a composer/performer (guitar, lap steel and electronics) he focusses on open form composition, which was also the topic of his PhD at the School of Arts, Brunel University, London. He performed internationally, both solo and with musicians/composers like Anne La Berge, Phill Niblock, Peter Zummo, Tom Hamilton, etc. Next to all this he is teaching (“ear cleaning“ at RITS in Brussels and occasionally guest-teaching in various local and international schools, e.g. TU Berlin, Brunel University London, Seam Weimar, KASK Gent), freelancing as a writer, sound engineer, sound designer and consultant. He was the curator of the audio art series Earwitness at CCNOA (Centre for Contemporary Non Objective Art) in Brussels and of the Culture Mile in Enschede, Holland (first instalment in November 2008 (Bill Fontana)). Time Zones 0.4 - Private Mutations Time Zones 0.4 is the fourth in a series of works exploring time perception in music and sound art. TZ0.1 was performed by myself and flutist Anne La Berge in Ferbuary 2013 in Berlin. TZ0.2 is a variation on 0.1 and has yet to be performed. TZ0.3 (Water Clock) is a commission from the Transit Festival in Leuven, to be performed by Ensemble PlusMinus in October 2013. Time Zones 0.4 – Private Mutations was written specifically for the trio consisting of Peter Zummo (trombone), Al Margolis (electronics) and myself (lap steel), for the performance at The Spotty Dog. As often is the case with my works it leaves quite some decision making to the performers' discretion, while steering them in specific direction(s).