Jane Boxall ~ solo marimba
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Jane Boxall ~ solo marimba

Jane Boxall ~ solo marimba

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JANE BOXALL

Jane Boxall is an adventurous percussionist, working across diverse musical genres. She focuses on both rock drumming and art-music marimba/vibraphone, touring and recording as a soloist, collaborator and session player. Jane has performed in concert halls, art galleries, cafes, castles, kindergartens, hospitals, universities, forests and festivals from Rome to San Francisco, and Manhattan to France. Jane completed her BA and MA in Music at the University of York (UK), and her Doctorate in Percussion Performance at the University of Illinois.

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‘Marimbics’ (1999) by Markus Halt (Germany)

‘Marimba Moods II’ (1998) by Ludwig Albert (Belgium)

‘Gathering Steam’ (2015) by Rain Worthington (USA)

from ‘Pleiades Dances’ (1986-7) by Takashi Yoshimatsu (Japan):

  1. i. Negative Prelude
  2. ii. Alignment Romance
  3. iii. Invention for About 2 Voices

‘Toccata’ (2001) by Anna Ignatowicz (Poland)

‘Rhythmic Caprice’ (1989) by Leigh Howard Stevens (USA)


***intermission***


‘Zamba Para Escuchar Tu Silencio’ (2002) by Guillo Espel (Argentina)

‘Furioso Tango’ (2015) by Claudio Santangelo (Italy)

from ‘A Ceremony of Carols’ (1942) by Benjamin Britten (UK), arr. J. Boxall

  1. i. Balulalow
  2. ii. This Little Babe

‘Oberon’ (2004) by Cayenna Ponchione (USA/UK)

‘Five Scenes from the Snow Country ~ III: Very slowly, extremely quiet, whispering’ (1978) by Hans Werner Henze (Germany)

‘555 or Little More’ (2011) by Petra Bachrata (Portugal)

‘What To Do, Farmer Gray?’ (2007) by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz (USA)

‘Canyon ~ mvt III’ (1996) by Kevin Puts (USA)

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