This was good. It was nice how they would do a composition and then have an improvised piece and then more composition.
We were given a program, which I think is always a nice touch. I especially loved the improvising, but the compositions were pretty good. They were all different.
Kathleen Supové (piano, electronics) Adam Fisher (cello) Emanuele de Raymondi (laptop)
Pianist Kathleen Supové will play a set that features world premieres of piano works written for her by Charles Coleman and Emanuele de Raymondi, as well as the premiere of "Mechanical Dolls" by Randall Woolf for Cello and Piano.