© Stephen Reynolds

Timothy McCormack — Sediment

In Sediment, sound material has become so impacted upon itself that all gestural energy has stopped, leaving a static, hazy residue that oozes slowly over time. The title references sedimentary rock, which is made of geologically distinct material which has fused together after being subject to processes of compression and constriction over the persistent weight of time. There is something foundational to the idea of sediment: drill into the earth and you will find this layer of striated rock beneath its crust, enveloping the core. In another sense, Sediment is a shy confession; at once a disclosure and obfuscation of the things we carry for so long, they settle within us and become a part of who we are.
—Timothy McCormack, 2018

 in Werke
15 February 2019
Graz, Helmut List Halle impuls Academy and Festival Winners' concert 5 UA

Nuno Costa — Lillar-D World premiere
Timothy McCormack — Sediment World premiere
Jungeun Park — Stained-echo World premiere
Chris Swithinbank — this line comes from the past World premiere
Hakan Ulus — TāHāWorld premiere

conductor: Ilan Volkov

The composer Nuno Costa on his new piece:
Nuno Costa — Lillar-D

The composer Timothy McCormack on his new piece:
Timothy McCormack — Sediment

The composer Jungeun Park about on new piece:
Jungeun Park — Stained-echo

The composer Chris Swithinbank on his new piece:
Chris Swithinbank — this line comes from the past

The composer Hakan Ulus on his new piece:
Hakan Ulus — Tā Hā