7:15 pm - 9:45 pm
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Hypnotic, shimmeringly beautiful and endlessly fascinating, Morton Feldman‘s piano music is conceived on a huge scale yet unfolds almost like a whisper, using the most simple of ideas.
Pianist Philip Thomas, a leading interpreter of Feldman’s music, gives this one-off performance to complement rare screenings of short documentary profiles of two of the US’s greatest visual artists, both featuring incidental music by Feldman.
FELDMAN Music for the film Sculpture by Lipton
FELDMAN Piano Piece (to Philip Guston)
FELDMAN For Bunita Marcus
with screenings of film documentaries
Jackson Pollock (1951)
Willem de Kooning: The Painter (1964)
Directed by HANS NAMUTH & PAUL FALKENBERG; music by FELDMAN
- Presented by Music in the Round and Sensoria, in partnership with Another Timbre Records to launch Philip Thomas’s latest recording of Feldman’s works for solo piano.
Tickets £10.50 / £8.50 on sale 13 July.
Available online or in person/by phone at Sheffield Theatres tel. 0114 249 6000
- Feldman art films are PG certification
- There is a small allocation of space for wheel chairs at the venue – please contact the organisers if required (firstname.lastname@example.org)