On the Top Shelf // 2016 First Harvest

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Radio // Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Lepidoptera: Zygoptera, 4m12s [excerpt]
Track 1 from Lépidoptères
CD: empreintes DIGITALes (2016) IMED 16136
Terri Hron, recorders

Blog // Wednesday, May 4, 2016

  • Apr 21 - May 4 on electro:thèque

    Today on electro:thèque, hear a full album stream of Mâts by Elsa Justel.

    April 21, 2016 // New Releases
  • Today…

    … is the birthday of Bernard Bonnier (1952-1994).

    May 4, 2016 // General
  • Current & Upcoming Events

    • Péril électro (Until May 7)
    • Musique action 16 (Until May 16)
    • Extension (Until May 20)
    • Sonorities Belfast 2016: Creative Technologies / Speculations (May 6 to 8)
    • Subtle Technologies: Seamless Visions (May 12 to 15)
    • Spor 2016 (May 12 to 15)
    • Forum Wallis (May 12 to 16)
    • Sound Junction Spring 2016 (May 13 to 15)
    • Les musiques (May 14 to 22)
    May 4, 2016 // Live Events
  • Lépidoptères in The Wire

    “Composers Monty Adkins and Terri Hron collaborate on a spacious composition in five movements themed around butterflies and moths. The music centres on Hron’s recorder playing, with Adkins refracting and reshaping the fine and feathery tones of the instruments via electronically assisted metamorphosis. At times the recorder finds itself in a hall of misshapen mirrors, and at others its sound…”

    May 1, 2016 // Press
  • Apr 28: Premiere of the final version of Le cri du Choucas

    The premiere of the final version of Le cri du Choucas by Francis Dhomont will take place on April 28, 2016 during the T-Son concert series of the Studio PANaroma in São Paulo (Brazil). The diffusion will be performed by Flô Menezes and George Alveskog.

    April 26, 2016 // Live Events
  • Lépidoptères in University of Huddersfield News

    “Professor Monty Adkins teams up with Montréal’s Dr Terri Hron for a cycle of five pieces reflecting families of butterflies and moths Dr Terri Hron ONE of the world’s most ancient musical instruments is combined with advanced electronics in a new recording from the University of Huddersfield’s Monty Adkins. It is the product of a key transatlantic collaboration. Professor Monty…”

    April 7, 2016 // Press