Wicomb is currently residing in Bern at the PROGR/Stadtgalerie meeting/collaborating with Swiss ensembles and musicians until the middle of October 2016.
A performance of a transcription of the piece Solecism for violoncello and soundtrack at the Young Blood gallery Cape Town, 16 July 2016.
The piece Solecism will have its USA premiere in New York at the NYCEMF 2016, 14th of June. The work for horn and tape will be performed by Mathew S James.
The piece, Solecism, for Horn in F and Tape will be premiered by Mathew S James (for whom it was composed) at the Commonwealth Bar and Stage in Calgary, Canada on the 8th of April 2016
Event at EMMEDIA Gallery Calgary, Canada on the 29th of February. Performances by Timepoint Ensemble of works by Snowden, Reich, Westerkamp and Wicomb’s electroacoustic How Long Is a Pop Song.
The piece by Wicomb On Air for 7 speakers/actors on different levels will premiere at this event.
The CD can be purchased from Orlando Records. Wicomb’s Your Mother’s Molecules recorded by Ensemble Reconsil features in the South African section of the box-set.
PURPUR Lab Press release
Second performance of Me [an]D – watch video here
A short video of excerpts of previous PURPUR event – watch here
Performances in Sweden (Stockholm and Visby) of the piece Pool, for trombone and percussion, by the Axelsson Nilssen Duo. Concerts will take place 8 and 10 October.
Listen to a ‘live’ recording of the piece here
The premiere of the piece Me an[D], for piano and MIDI soundtrack, performed by the South African pianist Coila Enderstein at a KEMUS Concert, 15 September 2015, at the Fismer Hall Stellenbosch as part of the Kompos Symposium.
Listen to a `live` recording of the piece here