We evolved from the activities of a group of composers and performers who are intent on being productive and inventive in the cause of new music. While we are keenly aware that championing the cause of new music is not new; we have assembled ourselves as members of a tenacious tradition of performers and composers self organization defining the relationship between music, art, and life.
The Studios at Laboratorie New Music in Chelsea, NYC
A Tactile Score. The score consists of sixteen wooden boxes each 4” x 4” x 1” (depth). One side is flat and the opposite side has a square cutout (indentation). The 16 boxes are housed in a large 18’ x 18’ wooden box. Materials used in the construction of the score include wood, oil paint, watercolor, graphite, pencil, staples, sheet aluminum, copper, brass nails, steel mesh, cotton balls, clay, metal balls, combustion (burning), rivets, plastics, hemp, neologisms, faux metal rings and Kevlar.
|Score Page to Minatory Spectre for Alto Clarinet, Alto Saxophone and Trombone|
The overwhelming majority of Laboratorie New Music composers’ works thus far reproduced, inscribe themselves in a syntactic stucturElist perspective created expressly for our ambitions. Indeed the creative effort in our works is principally brought to bear on the formal aspects of composition: sonic, consonantal, vocalic, rhythmic, graphic, prosodic and numerical constraints, structures and programs.
|Score (Pg 3-4) “Thick Channel Black Bourbon” for Solo Voice|
|Thick Channel Black Bourbon Score (Loose Laser Cut Sheets in Leather)|
|Score Matrix for "Explorer, Producer, Stoic After Your Fashion for String Quartet (2)|
Score Matrix for "Explorer, Producer, Stoic After Your Fashion for String Quartet (3)
Score Matrix for "Explorer, Producer, Stoic After Your Fashion for String Quartet (4)
Score Matrix for "Explorer, Producer, Stoic After Your Fashion for String Quartet (5)
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