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Infusion

by Kathleen Supové

Piano music of Ravel and Cecil Taylor steps into the world of electronica.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. The Same Sky
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2. Umbra
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3. She Fell Into a Well of Sorrows
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4. Adrenaline Revival #1
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5. Adrenaline Revival #2
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6. Adrenaline Revival #3
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7. Adrenaline Revival #4
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8. Adrenaline Revival #5
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9. Adrenaline Revival #6
1:46 album only
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10. Adrenaline Revival #7
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11. Adrenaline Revival #8
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12. Adrenaline Revival #9
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Kathleen Supové is one of America's most acclaimed and versatile contemporary music pianists, known for continually redefining what it means to be a pianist/keyboardist/performance artist in today's world. In addition to her compelling virtuosity, she is also known for her boundary-breaking ways of breaking the wall between performer and audience. After winning top prizes in the Gaudeamus International Competition for Interpretation of Contemporary Music, she began her career as a guest artist at the prestigious Darmstadt Festival in Germany. Since then, Ms. Supové has presented solo concerts entitled The Exploding Piano, in which she has championed the music of countless contemporary composers—minimalists, postminimalists, and experimentalists. The most notable are Frederic Rzewski, Louis Andriessen, Terry Riley, Chinary Ung, Giacinto Scelsi, Iannis Xenakis, John Adams, and Alvin Curran, as well as younger composers including Randall Woolf, David Lang, Nick Didkovsky, Eve Beglarian, Daniel Bernard Roumain, John Zorn, Carolyn Yarnell, Phil Kline, Lukas Ligeti, Kitty Brazelton, Aaron Jay Kernis, Mary Ellen Childs, Michael Daugherty, Marti Epstein, Patrick Grant, Eleanor Sandresky, Dan Becker, Elaine Kaplinsky, Dafna Naphtali, Jed Distler, Nicholas Brooke, Lois V Vierk, Marita Bolles, Gene Pritsker, Robert Carl, Rob Zuidam, Belinda Reynolds and many others. She is also involved in commissioning projects with even younger, emerging composers such as the iconoclastic Michael Gatonska, singer/performance artist Corey Dargel, composer/video v.j. Peter Kirn, and Gameboy composer Bubblyfish.

The Exploding Piano has become a multimedia experience by using electronics, theatrical elements, vocal rants, performance art, staging, and collaboration with artists from other disciplines. This has taken on several different dimensions. First, Ms. Supové has been commissioning and presenting a new repertory of works for piano and electronics. Secondly, she has been presenting a number of Concert Theater works, most notably the evening-length staged piece for singing/reciting/moving pianist called Jitters, (music by Randall Woolf and texts/directing by Valeria Vasilevski). Furthermore, her Exploding Piano concerts almost always have original monologues and theatrical sketches surrounding the pieces. Other projects that include theatrics are vocal rants with the art rock band, Dr. Nerve, and dramatic roles in Andy Warhol Three Times by Wes York; and Everbest, Virgil, a production of Composers' Collaborative, Inc. Ms. Supové also performs as an improvisor, most notably as the pianist for Kitchen House Blend, a 21st Century Classical/Jazz/Blues/Popular/World Music fusion ensemble in residence at The Kitchen. She has done dance collaborations with The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Susan Marshall and Co., Heidi Latsky, and Nami Yamamoto. Experimental Intermedia has presented Kathleen in collaboration with new media artist Don Ritter. And she has posed nude for Marie Claire magazine, in an article on weight loss and body image. Kathleen is a featured performer in the Summer 2000 issue of Yale Theater Journal, which is devoted to Concert Theater. In 2001, she was made a Yamaha Artist and is working on a long-term project of commissioning a body of works for Yamaha Disklavier.
Ms. Supové has received commissioning and production grants from Meet The Composer, Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, The Greenwall Foundation, Aaron Copland Fund for Music, and American Composers Forum, among others. She has appeared with The Lincoln Center Festival, The Philip Glass Ensemble, Bang On a Can Marathon, Music at the Anthology, Composers' Collaborative, Inc., and at many other venues, ranging from concert halls such as Carnegie to theatrical spaces such as The Kitchen to clubs such as The Knitting Factory and The Cutting Room. She is currently an artist-in-residence at The Flea Theater in NYC, where she regularly presents her newest Exploding Piano concerts each season.
Figure 88, her first solo CD on CRI's Emergency Music label, was named one of the Ten Best Classical Releases of 1993 by New York Newsday critic Tim Page. Other recordings can be found on the Tzadik, CRI, New World, Neuma, Bridge, Centaur, OO, and XI labels. In June, 2004, Koch International Classics released an enhanced CD (includes CD-ROM), Infusion, featuring Ms. Supové playing four works for piano and electronics.

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