7-10 Feb - Listen To My Secret Fetish - Chapel Off Chapel

Forwarded from Richard Haynes:

Richard Haynes
Listen my secret fetish

9pm Thur 7 – Sun 10 Feb, 2008
in The Loft, Chapel off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran

Part of the Midsumma Festival 2008

Richard Haynes, musical Wunderkind and exhibitionist par excellence, presents four fetishes for solo clarinet in very compromising circumstances. Encounter extreme new sounds in physically demanding scenarios including:

Richard Barret’s interference for transgender contrabass clarinettist
Chris Dench’s the sadness of detail for clarinet and operating table
David Lang’s Press Release for leather and bass clarinet
And new work by David Young for clarinet, watersports and 44-gallon drum

Clarinets Richard Haynes
Sound design Michael Hewes
Dramaturgy Margaret Cameron
Photo Jake Turner

Supported by Aphids Residencies and Mentoring Scheme established with the support of the Sidney Myer Fund; Midsumma Festival and the City of Stonnington. Aphids is supported by Arts Victoria, the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council - its arts funding and advisory body; City of Melbourne, MadFish Fine Wine and Airstrip.

9pm Thur 7 – Sun 10 Feb, 2008

The Loft, Chapel off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel St, Prahran 3181
Transport: Sandringham Line, Prahran Station, Tram no: 72, stop no: 31
Melway Ref: 2L J10

$20 full; $15 conc; $15 per person groups of 10 or more
Info / Bookings: 03 8290 7000

Wheelchair accessible.

Warning: this performance may contain nudity and adult themes.

Richard Haynes works regularly as a soloist and ensemble member in
collaboration with internationally recognised ensembles/podia. He is well-
known as a freelance musician in the areas of performance, improvisation
and composition through projects and presentations in the USA, Europe,
Australia and New Zealand. Richard was born in Brisbane, studied at the
Queensland Conservatorium and currently at the University of the Arts in
Bern, Switzerland. As winner of the Symphony Australia Young Performer of
the Year in 2003, Richard has created an international career as a freelance
musician. His recent performing highlights have been with ensembles and
artists including Ensemble Modern, musikFabrik, Mark Knoop, Christina
Waldock and Australia’s ELISION Ensemble pertaining to projects in the
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Festival Musica Strasbourg, MusikFest Berlin
and the Warsaw Autumn.