A collaboration, with exciting new work by French composers Nicolas Vérin, Pascale Criton and flutist/composer Tessa Brinckman, that explores that polyvalent state of music and words. This concert (nearly all world premieres!) includes a new work by Tessa Brinckman, A Cracticus Fancie for piccolo & electroacoustics, which centers around the New Zealand poem, The Magpies, by Denis Glover.
Mitsuki and Tessa team up again for a flute and koto concert in the Performance Garden at the Britt Festival. The repertoire, as always, is a unique blend of Japanese and Western traditions and innovations. More details to come…!
Tessa Brinckman is an Academic Visitor and visiting artist to Waikato University’s Conservatorium of Music for two weeks. In collaboration with Professor Martin Lodge (composer), she is performing concerts and teaching at Waikato University on the theme of “The Narrative is the Score”. More details soon about the music and the other collaborators involved with this project…
After fulfilling her visiting artist residency at Waikato University, Tessa Brinckman performs new French, American and New Zealand repertoire for multiple flutes and electroacoustics. More details to come…!
Flutist Tessa Brinckman facilitates improvisation in a workshop/masterclass with music students, emphasizing how stability and freedom in the creative process work together. More details to come….