CANCELLED Patrick Crossland and Alexander Frangenheim
THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS EVENT IS CANCELED: Due to rising concern around international travel, the performers have decided to postpone this performance until next year. All tickets purchased in advance will be refunded.
As of now, the rest of our concert series will proceed as planned unless we receive a revised directive from the university. Please be sure to consult listings for updated information. Frequently updated campus Covid-19 information can be found online at covid19.umbc.edu/
Musicians Patrick Crossland and Alexander Frangenheim present a program of new music for the rarely heard combination of trombone and bass.
Trombonist Patrick Crossland has worked with prominent composers and conductors including Pierre Boulez, Vinko Globokar, and Lorin Maazel. Notable solo performances include the Walker Art Center’s “Festival Dancing In Your Head”, the Darmstadt Course for New Music, where he was awarded a Solo Performance Prize, the “Utopia Jetzt!” Festival, UMBC’s Livewire Festival, and the High Zero Festival. He has performed with orchestras and ensembles across Europe and the United States. He teaches in UMBC’s Department of Music.
Alexander Frangenheim, a classically trained bassist, has worked as an improvisor since the late 1980s. He has played with many leading musicians from around the world and has also been a key figure in the field of collaboration with dance, working with Julyen Hamilton, Nigel Charnock, Benoit Lachambre, Fine Kwiatkowski, and Jose Luis Sultan. Frangenheim was member of the ensemble Zeitkratzer, performing Metal Machine Music by and with Lou Reed as well as music by alva noto, Merzbow, Lee Ronaldo and Elliott Sharp. He can be heard on 10 of the ensemble’s CDs.
$15 general admission, $10 seniors, $5 students, free for UMBC music majors and music faculty/staff, available online or at the box office one hour prior to the performance.
Plan your visit
UMBC is located about 10 minutes south of the Inner Harbor along I-95. For this event, free visitor parking is available in Lot 8, directly adjacent to the Performing Arts and Humanities Building, where the entrance to the Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall is located on the second floor.
Major funding for this program was provided by the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA).