Matt Ingalls performs new work for solo clarinet, bass clarinet and electronics by graduate student composers Kayla Cashetta, Andrew Martin, Jeremy Wexler and Jon Yu.

In the second set, he performs his decades-in-the-making, 30-minute-continuous-micro-timbre-circular-breath-tour-de-force clarinet solo that explores extended techniques that interact with the acoustic space.

Reviled for his "shapeless sonic tinkering" by the Los Angeles Times, Oakland musician matt ingalls is a composer, clarinetist, concert producer, and computer music programmer. Often incorporating elements of improvisation, his music is heavily influenced by his long involvement in computer music. His composerly solo improvisations explore extended clarinet techniques that interact with the acoustic space, often as combination tones. Matt is the founder and co-director of sfSound, a new music series, ensemble, and internet radio station devoted to new ideas and traditions of experimental music, performance art, live electronic music, Bay Area composition, and the various facets of contemporary improvisation.

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Thursday, December 10, 2015, 3:30am to 6:00am