Tectonics Festival Glasgow 2015

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02Hear And Now20150523

Robert Worby introduces further coverage of this year's Tectonics Glasgow, the new music festival founded by conductor Ilan Volkov and presented in partnership with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. In tonight's programme, an improvisation from German saxophonist Peter Brozmann, two orchestral world premieres from Christopher Trapani and Cassandra Miller, and an interview with Danish-Faroese computer musician and storyteller Goodiepal.

03Hear And Now20150530

Robert Worby introduces more recordings from Tectonics Glasgow, the festival founded by Ilan Volkov and co-curated by Alasdair Campbell, and presented in association with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Volkov's event, now in its fourth year and extending to venues worldwide, encourages experimentation and collaborations between performers and composers from different backgrounds and styles. Tonight's programme includes an encounter between turntablist Mariam Rezaei and Hungarian black metal vocalist Attila Csihar, the world premiere of a BBC Commission from Austrian composer Peter Ablinger, and part of an improvised set by Fluxus pioneer Ben Patterson, harpist Rhodri Davies, and the duo Hockyfrilla.

04Hear And Now20150606

Robert Worby presents the final instalment of recordings from this year's Tectonics Glasgow, the festival co-curated by Ilan Volkov and Alasdair Campbell, and presented in association with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. The event takes place at Glasgow's City Halls and in tonight's programme we hear two site-specific works written specially for the venue: Mural by the Norwegian French horn player and composer Hild Sofie Tafjord, and Glass Hundreds by Daniel Padden of the One Ensemble and Volcano the Bear. Orchestral music includes the UK premiere of Enno Poppe's Altbau and the world premiere of a work co-composed by harpist Rhodri Davies and Christopher Fox, Topophony. Plus improvised music from saxophonist Peter Brotzmann in collaboration with experimental slide guitarist Heather Leigh.