Pages Featuring

Leila Bordreuil

Pages Featuring

Leila Bordreuil

Leila Bordreuil: Solo Performance

Artist-In-Residence Leila Bordreuil perfoms a solo amplified cello set using a multichannel set-up of different types of speakers and guitar amplifiers. An assemblage of microphones placed on various parts of the cello create unique sound distortion possibilities that transform the cello into a polyphonic instrument -- enhancing the instrument’s diversity of timbres.

More

Leila Bordreuil: Memory City with Nate Wooley, Anne Guthrie, Chris McIntyre, Michael Foster and Ben Bennett

Leila Bordreuil premieres “Memory City,” a new piece for large ensemble combining elements of standard notation, structured improvisation, chance composition, and a three dimensional narrative through sound-spatialization. Sound content is based upon each player’s personal sonic memories of urban environments, creating an immersive soundscape of abstracted personal experiences.

More

Cameron Kelly

Artists-In-Residence 2016

Leila Bordreuil: Memory City

Fri 16 Dec, 2016, 8pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

Leila Bordreuil continues her ISSUE residency with an evening of spatialized music in solo and large ensemble formats. Following a solo set, Bordreuil premieres “Memory City,” a new piece for large ensemble featuring Nate Wooley, Anne Guthrie, Chris McIntyre, Michael Foster and Ben Bennett.

More

Mathilda Olmi

Artists-In-Residence 2016

Leila Bordreuil: Piece for Cello and Double Bass Ensemble

Sat 10 Sep, 2016, 8pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

Leila Bordreuil opens her 2016 Residency with the premiere of Piece for Cello and Double Bass Ensemble. A new work, the piece overly amplifies all instruments in order to make corporal micro-gestures and hushed overtones audible to the human ear.

More

Artists-In-Residence 2016

Ongoing Series

ISSUE Project Room is pleased to announce the selection of experimental musicians Leila Bordreuil, Keith Connolly, and author/actress Cecilia Corrigan as Artists-In-Residence, to present new works in the 2016 season. ISSUE's residency program commissions emerging NY artists to create challenging time-based works.

More

Subscribe to Leila Bordreuil