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Terry Riley to perform benefit show: Concert fundraiser for the Camptonville Community Center

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Composer/pianist/vocalist Terry Riley performs in a benefit concert at the historic Nevada Theatre on Saturday, November 9 as part of Paul Emery’s Nevada City LIVE! Concert series. The concert is a fundraiser for the Camptonville Community Center.
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WHO: Paul Emery’s Nevada City LIVE! presents

WHAT: Terry Riley - A benefit for the Camptonville Community Center

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 9, 8 p.m.

WHERE: Nevada Theatre, 401 Broad Street, Nevada City

TICKETS: $30 premium reserved seating, $20 general admission

BriarPatch Co-op Community Market - 530-272-5333

Tickets online at http://www.paulemerymusic.com

WEBPAGE: http://paulemerymusic.com/

Composer/pianist/vocalist Terry Riley performs in a benefit concert at the historic Nevada Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 9 as part of Paul Emery’s Nevada City LIVE! Concert series. The concert is a fundraiser for the Camptonville Community Center.

Riley is widely considered the father of Minimalism, launching the movement in 1964 with IN C. His recordings, A Rainbow in Curved Air and Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band made a huge impact on the classical, jazz, rock and electronic scenes when they were released by CBS in the late 60s

His solo all night concerts set the stage for the Raves that would follow decades later and his early experiments with tape loops, tape delays and the creation of the Time Lag Accumulator anticipated today’s looping and sampling movement.

He has been honored with Guggenheim, Fromm and NEA awards, among others.

Terry studied piano with Duane Hampton, Adolf Baller and Wally Rose and composition with Robert Erickson. He taught composition and Raga at Mills College in Oakland for a decade (1971 to 1981).

Disciple of Pandit Pran Nath, the great North Indian vocalist, Terry accompanied the master in numerous concerts worldwide from 1970 until Pran Nath’s death in 1996.

He has written in almost every genre, including over 25 works for String Quartet; most of them during a 37 year association with the Kronos.

These include seven symphonic works, including concertos for string quartet, violin, violin and two guitars, electric violin, piano and pipe organ and a chamber opera, The Saint Adolf Ring.

Terry has toured the USA, Europe and Asia extensively since the early 1960s in solo and in various small groups, most notably with Stefano Scodanibbio, George Brooks, Gyan Riley, Tracy Silverman, Paul Hanson, Bill Douglass, George Marsh, Molly Holm, Zakir Hussein, Amelia Cuni, Krishna Bhatt, John Zorn and Laurie Anderson.

Terry has toured over the past 22 years in duo with his son guitarist/composer, Gyan Riley.


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