residence fellow : Michael Fowler Michael Fowler + Tristram Williams "Piano and Trumpet, A concert in Shuho-cho." Feb. 28, 2008


from left:Michael Fowler, Tristram Williams

We hold a concert by Michael Fowler and Tristram Williams.

program
J.S.Bach "Flute Sonata G-moll BWV1020"
Somei SATO "Light - for piano and trumpet"
Charles Ives "Selections from 114 Songs"
Norman dello Joio "SONATA for Trumpet and Piano"
Karlheinz Stockhausen "Pulus-Minus"
Colin Spiers "Zyj - for Trumpet and Piano"


Profile

Michael Fowler (pianist/composer/performer)
Michael Fowler was born in Australia in 1974 and is a classically trained pianist. He studied in Australia firstly, before completing his Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Cincinnati, USA.
Dr. Fowler has performed at major festivals and venues in the United States, Mexico and Australia as well as in Germany and Japan. His performances of contemporary music have been hailed by critics from the New York Times, Atlanta Constitution-Journal, Sydney Morning Herald and Charleston Post. He has recently been involved in sound installation research in which the Japanese garden is used to construct immersive auditory environments. He is also pursuing the notion of the artist as 'Otoniwashi'
Presently, he is a research fellow in the School of Architecture at RMIT University.


Tristram Williams (trumpetter)
Tristram Williams was born in Australia in 1980. Trumpet player.
He played in Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, U.K., U.S.A. and China etc. He plays not only as a solist, but also plays trumpet and electoronic music as a member of ELISIOIN.

organaizer : Akiyoshidai International Art Village
cooperation : ARC, AAH, RMIT
support : Yamaguchi prefecture, The Yamaguchi board of education, Shuho town, Shuho town board of education, Mito town, Mito town board of education, Mine city, Mine city board of education

residence fellow : Michael Fowler Michael Fowler + Tristram Williams "Piano and Trumpet, A concert in Shuho-cho."

Date:Feb. 28, 2008

18:30 start

Place:

Akiyoshidai International Art Village Hall

Entrance:

free

Info:

*After the concert, we have a small party with musicians.