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Underground

Underground

Underground


"An intimate miracle" RealTime

Underground combines the intimacy of a small concert, with the beauty and intrigue of Rosemary Joy's hand-crafted percussive sculptures and music by composer David Young.Undergound has been performed in Japan, Mexico, Belgium, the Netherlands, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide.

Part of a series of sculptural percussion works created by Rosemary Underground is performed with the musicians and audience seated opposite each other with the sculptural percussion instruments on a table between them. This strangely familiar setting invites the audience to listen to subtle and intricate sounds in a completely different way.

ARTIST: Rosemary Joy
COMPOSER: David Young
CURVED WOOD CONSTRUCTION: Adam Stewart

2016
July 23/24 Wonderfeel Festival, Netherlands, performed by Slagwerk den Haag

EARLIER PRESENTATIONS


2011
26th of February: Red Ear Festival of Contemporary Music, Netherlands, performed by Slagwerk den Haag

2009
15 February: Brugge­ Concertgebouw performed by Slagwerk den Haag
8 March: Tilburg ­ Museum de Pont performed by Slagwerk den Haag

2008
27 February: Adelaide Performing Arts Market, Adelaide Festival Centre. Performed by Eugene Ughetti & Matthias Schack-Arnott
6-7 September: Live Works, Performance Space, Carriageworks Sydney. Performed by John Arcaro and Matthias Schack-Arnott

2007
31 October: Underground performed by Evaristo Aguilar and Daniel Saur as part of the Foro Internacional de Educación Musical de Tampico, [Mexico], Espacio Cultural Metropolitano | Galería de Exposiciones Temporales
11 July: Underground at Yakumo Honjin, Shinji, Shimane, [Japan]. Percussionist Eugene Ughetti
22 June: Underground at Bains::Connective, Brussels. Performed by Annabelle Brown. www.bains.be
15-17 June: Underground at Filmhuis Den Haag [Netherlands], Slagwerkgroep Den Haag, percussionists: Claire Edwardes, Marcel Andriessen, Fedor Teunisse & Diego Espinosa.
May: Underground was created as part of an Aphids' residency at a disused clay mine in western Victoria, first performed by Matthias Schack-Arnott and Eugene Ughetti.



Photo: Yatzek