Electroacoustic works for solo oboe (or English horn) and elctroinics.
February 26, 2019, 12pm - Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
February 29, 2020, 7:30pm - Center for New Music, San Francisco,
March 13, 2020, 7:30pm (CANCELLED) - Center for New Music, San Francisco,
an interdisciplinary show featuring artwork by Julia Marquis
Tied Up for Oboe and Electronics by Mazdak Khamda is based on a poem by Rumi (below). It is also based on the Iranian folk song "Sari Galin".
Desires come, my wishes and longing.
I am tied up, knot on top of knot.
Then you that untie me come.
enough talk of being on the "path."
Let the way itself arrive.
This is the work that started it all - the first electro-acoustic work for oboe that I felt compelled to play. I so enjoyed learning and performing The Garden of Love by Jacob Terveldhuis, I sought out as many works for oboe and tape/soundtracks as I could, thus spawning my OboeTronics endeavor.
This piece is based on a poem by William Blake, who also did the woodblock print of this poem in his "Songs of Innocence and Experience".
OboeTronics II with Glenda Bates and Brandon Labadie
Friday, November 2, 2018 - 8pm
Center for New Music, San Francisco