Results filed under: Bartlett, Martin

Electro-pythagorus

Special Location: SFU Woodward’s, Cinema 149 W Hastings St. Electro-pythagorus is a portrait of computer music pioneer and Western Front co-founder Martin Bartlett. Created largely from

 

Corpus Colossus

Featuring Martin Bartlett, Hank Bull, Kate Craig, Jane Ellison and Glenn Lewis. Produced for the Holland Festival, the piece was also mounted in Valladolid (Spain),

 

Al Neil in Concert

With Howard Broomfield, Martin Bartlett and Don Druick. Pieces played include: Free Play; Meditation; Dr. Thurston’s Report; The Great Spandini; Phase piece; Solitude; Euclid’s 13th

 

Aka Nada

Commissioned by O Kanada, Akademie der Kunst, Berlin. With live computer music, three simultaneous screens and various projection technologies, the piece was also performed in