Glenn Kotche joins Third Coast Percussion in performing his composition, "Wild Sound" at The Overture Center for Performing Arts in Madison, WI. The show will take place in Capitol Theatre at 8pm. Tickets and more information HERE.
Mark Rylance, narrator
John Luther Adams, William Brittelle, Glenn Kotche, Shara Nova (Worden), and Paola Prestini, composers
Roomful of Teeth, voices
Jeffrey Ziegler, cello
Glenn Kotche, percussion
William deBuys and Murat Eyuboglu, script
Murat Eyuboglu, director
Glenn Kotche joins Third Coast Percussion in performing his composition, Wild Sound at The Hult Center for Performing Arts in Eugene, OR. The show will take place in Silva Concert Hall at 8pm. Tickets and more information HERE.
Glenn Kotche composes the new mandatory final work for the TROMP competition in 2016, which will be premiered by the three finalists with Asko | Schönberg and Slagwerk Den Haag. More information HERE.
Glenn Kotche, best known as drummer for Wilco, is special guest at this edtitie of the percussion competition -and festival TROMP. A day before the competition finalists are bringing new composition premiered Kotche enters himself the stage with a solo concert. In it, he plays his own work, including Monkey Chant and recently recorded by So Percussion Drum Quartet No.1 , but in a solo operation. Access with museum ticket. More information HERE.
Several internationally acclaimed percussionists will discuss the Development of percussion after a century of explosive history from different perspectives. With keynote speaker Glenn Kotche, panel discussion led by Erk Willemsen (Slagwerkkrant), performances by Glenn Kotche and Nancy Zeltsman, percussion market and master classes. More information HERE.
The composition competition among talented young composers at the Dutch conservatories, TROMP encourages writing for percussion under a new generation, led by fellow students. From duos to large ensembles and subdued to theatrical, this lunchtime concert is your eyes and ears. A jury including TROMP resident composer Glenn Kotche, after the concert chooses the winner.
Experience the Chicago premiere of Some Other Fields, a new program for unaccompanied cello commissioned and performed by cellist Teddy Rankin-Parker. The program includes new works by noted contemporary composers and musicians Jim O'Rourke, Glenn Kotche, Gene Coleman, and Michael Beharie. Free with museum admission. More information HERE.
Rumble Strip—Glenn Kotche
Book of Rounds—Jim O'Rourke
The Geometry of Thinking—Gene Coleman
Some Other Fields—Michael Beharie