Loading Events

Katinka Kleijn, cello

Du Yun, composer and performer
Daniel Dehaan, electronics and sound design

 

PROGRAM

DAVID LANG
     little eye for cello and four percussionists (1999)
DAI FUJIKURA
     osm for solo cello (2015)
LIA KOHL
     and mouth and for cello and video (2017)
MARCOS BALTER
     shadows of listening for cello and live electronics (2017)
     INTERMISSION
BRYAN JACOBS
     ly ful hood for cello and electronics (2015)
DU YUN
     Zinc Oxide (2018)
PAULINE OLIVEROS
     For Two or Three Instruments (2016)
ALVIN LUCIER
     Music for Cello with One or More Amplified Vases (1993)

“Mesmerizing.” – The New York Times

Katinka Kleijn defies today’s traditional definition of a cellist, transitioning dexterously through classical, contemporary, experimental, folk, free jazz and progressive rock music. A member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), her innovative projects include Daniel Dehaan’s Intelligence in the Human-Machine, in which she performs a duet with her own brainwaves

Other Events of Interest

See all Events
  • -
    Wilson Library200 South RdChapel Hill27599 | Free

    Bayard Wootten was a single mother in 1904 when she borrowed a camera and started taking and selling pictures to support her family. By the end of her life, she had made more than a million images and had gained a reputation as a true pioneer. Her work is featured in this exhibition March 27 - November 4, 2018. (UPDATE: Exhibition will remain on view until March 13, 2019.)

  • -
    Wilson Library200 South RdChapel Hill27599 | Free

    This exhibition explores the genre of historical scholarship from the late-fifteenth century through the mid-seventeenth century, a transformative time in Europe’s conception of the global past. It draws on the Rare Book Collection and the North Carolina Collection, both at the Wilson Special Collections Library.

  • -
    Wilson Library200 South RdChapel Hill27599 | Free

    This University Libraries exhibition takes a lighthearted look at Sir Walter Raleigh and his influence on history and popular culture.