Improv musicians to perform, April 11
Posted April 6, 2006; 08:41 p.m.
Clogs, four international improvisational musicians, and QQQ, a
Princeton area musical performance group, will present a concert at 8
p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall.
Clogs will perform new works by music department faculty and graduate students as well as special guest composer Ingram Marshall. QQQ will perform three untitled tunes by its members: Monica Mugan, guitar; Beth Meyers, viola; Jason Treuting, percussion; and Princeton faculty member Dan Trueman, Hardanger fiddle.
Hailing from both Australia and the United States, Clogs performs original compositions marked by improvisations and influences from across the musical spectrum, from folk to rock to modernism. This year, Clogs is collaborating and performing with a number of like-minded electronic and improvisational bands, including Bell Orchestre, The Books and Rachel's. The group is scheduled to perform later this spring at Merkin Concert Hall in New York City and at the Music Now Festival at Cincinnati's Contemporary Arts Center.
This Composers' Ensemble concert is sponsored by the music department.