HYSTERESES CONCERT SERIES
Friday, Nov. 15 at 8 pm in the main hall at Lone Mountain College in S.F there will be the following performances:
GRANITES by Dane Rudyar performed by Marsha Mikulac;
RAIN by Valerie Samson;
PROLOGUE 10 and QUICK QUAKER OATS by Denise Sporer;
Three Pieces by John Cage performed by Adrian Reaven, Marsha Mikulac, and S. J. Glebow;
TORERO PIECE by Beth Anderson;
THREE SONGS AND INNOCENCE and VESPERS by Elaine Bearer;
PRIVATE AUDIENCE WITH POPE PIUS THE XIIth by Betty Wong.
On Saturday Nov 16 in the Green Lounge at Lone Mountain there will be a "lecture series" by the composers and friends.
At 10am Denise Sporer will discuss theatrical aspects of the avant-garde;
at 11am Elaine Bearer will talk about the aesthetic values of composers and attempt to relate them to the music to be heard on the evening's concert.
At 11:15, Valerie Samson will present the results of their interviews with bay area composers.
There will be a lunch break from 12-2,
and then Pamela Susskind will discuss historical women composers and their problems.
At 3, Julie Cheever will give a lecture outlined by Beth Anderson which will show the underlying codes, structures, and derivations of Beth's music. The lecture will be augmented by taped performances of the music discussed.
At 4 there will be a panel in which all the Hysteresis members will discuss themselves and people will be able to ask questions.
That night, Saturday, Nov. 16, same place/time, the program will include:
SUBMERGED by Betty Wong;
THE QUEST and PAEANS by Dane Rudyar performed by Marsha Mikulac;
OCEAN by Elaine Bearer;
DREAMS by Linda Collins;
WITCHGRASS by Marsha Mikulac and Jill Kroesen (with 6 dancers);
QUARTET by Valerie Samson;
TOWER OF POWER by Beth Anderson;
and THE LAST STILL LIFE by Ann Sandifur (16mm film).
typed by Barb. Golden, Oct 94