London Performance of Howard’s Promenade IV
The KNM Campus Ensemble are performing Robert Howard’s 2000 flexibly scored piece Promenade IV on Saturday 5 March at King’s Palace Concert Venue in King’s Cross, London.
The ensemble hail from Berlin, Germany, and are taking part in the concert as part of the Festival of Contemporary Music for All. The programme features several works inspired by images, to be performed alongside a projected display.
Robert gained inspiration from the Promenade sculptures of Anthony Caro (1996), currently on display at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The artwork inspired several companion pieces, forming part of his PhD thesis (2003).
A recording of the performance will be among the first to be uploaded to a newly relaunched CoMA website. The score was originally published in Forum London Composer’s Millennium Pack 2000, and will be republished in a future volume of CoMA’s Open Score.
Click here to view or download the flyer (PDF) for the event, and click here for an earlier recording and sample page from the newly typeset copy of the Promenade IV score. More information about the concert on 5 March is online at kingsplace.co.uk.