Map our Network
Our team ?
Our Sonic Network
FUN: Sequencing online
Editorial
Contact info

Electro-acoustic.com
Acusmatica.org
Electroacoustic.org
Acousmatic.org
Electro-acustica.com
Imapico.com

A draft of my Thesis
AcuStatistics
AcuSearch
Join IEMA list
Terms of use

Magazine SONIC-KIMCHI
CNMAT
SARC
CCRMA
ARC-UK
Media Lab Europe
NNAAI
SMRG
LAASP  
SLR
Contacte con nuestro equipo de soporte 24x7 ¡Regístrese gratis y acceda a su propio Centro de Control privado!
 
F  I  N  D



Active User's

 


Arts-Electric Calendar in the United States of America
 
Untitled Document

Stephen Vitiello Solo Exhibition: 'My Blue Sky'

Tuesday, December 2 - January 10. Opening: December 2, 6pm. At The Project, 962 B East 4th Street, Los Angeles, California. Info.


Joan La Barbara at Columbia University

Wednesday, December 3, 8 pm. At The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America,1161 Amsterdam Avenue, New York City, New York. A performance of several works from Luciano Berio's 'Sequenza' series, featuring 'Sequenza III', and La Barbara's 'Conversations'. More info: (212) 854 - 1623 (phone), email, and on the web


Gideon Freudmann in Virginia Beach, Virginia

Wednesday, December 3 - Friday, December 5. In Virginia Beach, Virginia. A residency featuring music for solo cello and electronics. Info and about Gideon Freudmann.


Eve Beglarian in New York City

Wednesday, December 3, 7pm. At the Church of the Ascension, Corner of 5th Avenue and 10th Street, New York City. Eve Beglarian performs 'Songs from a Book of Days.' Free. Info: (212) 255 - 0161 (phone) or Email or web.


'impulse response': Stelley Burgon and the jen Mesch Dance Conspiracy

Thursday, December 4, 8pm. At the Arts Center of the Capitol Region, 265 River Street, Troy, New York. Shelley Burgon (harp and electronics) and the Jen Mesch Dance Conspiracy perform. Info: (518) 281 - 3206 (phone), or web.


Miller Theater: Alarm Will Sound

Friday, December 5, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. This 'Composer Portraits' concert features the music of Harrison Birtwistle. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Lorah Yaccarino and friends

Fridays, December 5 - December 19, 7:30pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. An evening of lush and sensual strings featuring virtuoso Lorah Yaccarino on guitars and mandolin. With special guests. By donation. Info: (845) 338 - 5984 (phone) or web.


Meridian Music: Vinny Golia

Friday, December 5, 8pm. At Meridian Gallery, 545 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. A concert with Vinny Golia with 20 different woodwinds and sub - contrabass flute. Meridian Music: Composers in Performance, now in its 6th season, presents concerts the first Friday of each month in the intimate setting of Meridian Gallery. The series was founded in 1998 and is curated by Philip Gelb. Tickets: $10, $5 students. Info: (415) 398 - 7229 (phone) or Email.


Wet Ink Musics Presents: Space Scale Virtuosity

Friday, December 5, 8pm. At the Henry Street Settlement's Abrons Art Center, 466 Grand Street, New York City. The Ensemble of Wet Ink Musics, featuring Erin Lesser, will perform music by four composers from the U.K. with distinct backgrounds and contrasting styles. Brian Ferneyhough and Chris Dench, both identified with so-called 'new complexity', share a bill with two emerging composers in the British contemporary music scene, James Saunders and Tim Parkinson. These talented up-and-comers draw heavily on the influences of American experimentalists such as Cage, Wolff, and Feldman. Email.


'The Lyric Poet' reading and soul dance party

Saturday, December 6, 7pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. Delridge L. Hunter, Ph.D. reads from his work about the carriers of the blues, the timeless tradition of the lyric poet. At 9pm, 'Rumpus Room Souldance Party' with master DJ's Lord Lewis and Bhoopali Funky Rare Groove Extravaganza. Tickets for both reading and dance party: $10, $8. Info: (845) 338 - 5984 (phone) or web.


Workshop: Father / Mother / Self - Dedicated to healing the Italian daughter

Saturday, December 6, 1pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. Workshop with Ione, with Linda Montano and Laura Biagi. Discussion, meditations, and healing processes. Pot luck feast. Info.


Marie Sester at The Kitchen Art Gallery

Saturday, December 6 - Saturday, December 20 and Friday, January 2 - Saturday, January 31, 2pm. Opening reception Saturday, December 6, 6pm and Digital Happy Hour Thursday, December 11, 6pm. At The Kitchen Art Gallery, 512 West 19th Street, New York City. For her first one-person exhibition in New York, French new media artist / architectural theorist Marie Sester takes viewers on a journey through five ideal cities (Babylon, Jerusalem, Atlantis, New York, and Paradise), while exploring the urban archetypes that have permeated the Western imagination for centuries. Conceived as a 5-channel video, sound and light installation, L'Architecture du Paradis calls attention to the notions of access, transparency, and visibility which have now come to define the paradigmatic city in the so-called 'New World Order.' This exhibition exemplifies a series of new media, site-specific installations which convert The Kitchen Art Gallery's dramatic black box into an immersive, contemplative space. Admission to the gallery is free, and the Digital Happy Hour is $8. Info.


John Jacobs reading at Deep Listening Space

Sunday, December 7, 3pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. John Jacobs, now 85, reads old letters from his brother, Edward Deyo Jacobs, discovering someone radically different from the brother he remembers from their conflicted childhood - a sensitive boy from an Ulster County apple farm who became a favored student of muralist Hart Benton and of George Grosz, developed political awareness on the WPA mural project, went to Spain as the artist of the Lincoln battalion, and died at 25 in the war that might have prevented World War II. By donation. Info: (845) 338-5984 (phone) or web.


Electronic Music @ Manhattan School of Music

Sunday, December 7, at 3pm. Manhattan School of Music, 122nd Street and Broadway, New York City. A concert by students in Joel Chadabe's electronic music seminar. Free to the public. No tickets required. More info at (212)749 2802x4428 or by email.


Film by Richard Lainhart in New York City

Sunday, December 7, 7pm. At Remote Lounge, 237 East Bowery, New York City. 'Dreamwood," a film by Richard Lainhart, part of the International Festival of Film and Technology, which showcases a wide variety of films that use digital technology in interesting and innovative ways. More info is available on the web.


New York University Music Ensemble Concert

Monday, December 8, 8pm. At the New York University Frederic Lowe Theater, 35 West Fourth Street, New York City. A concert of electronic and acoustic works. World Premiere by guest composer Damien Catera, with other works by Riccardo Dapelo, Claudio Tornaboni, Riccardo Antolini, Leo Kraft, Dinu Ghezzo, and Joseph Schwanter. Free. More information is available by email or on the web.


World Financial Center: Alarm Will Sound

Tuesday, December 9, 7 pm. 200 Liberty Street, World Financial Center, Winter Garden, New York City, New York City. Aaron Jay Kernis' 'Toy Piano Concerto' places the clangorous sounds of this unique instrument into many musical worlds - from gamelan to wild jazz. Written for toy piano diva Margaret Leng Tan, the 20 member ensemble performs this new version commissioned by WNYC Radio. Info: (212) 945 - 0505 or web.


Tactus @ Manhattan School of Music

Tuesday, December 9, at 8pm. Manhattan School of Music, 122nd Street and Broadway, New York City. The new music ensemble Tactus, directed by Patti Monson, performs music by Julia Wolfe, Marc Chan, Mathew Rosemblum, and Barbara White. Free to the public. No tickets required. More info at (212)749 2802x4428 or by email.


iEar Presents: Craig Baldwin's Collage Films

Wednesday, December 10, 8pm. At West Hall Gallery 111 and West Hall Auditorium, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. Independent filmmaker Craig Baldwin crafts collage films that take the viewer on a wild ride through the detritus of mass media and the film industry. Screening and lecture. Info: (518) 276-4829 or web.


Celebration of the 300th Anniversary of St. Petersburg @ Chelsea Art Museum

Wednesday, December 10 to Saturday, January 10, with upcoming events to May 2004. Chelsea Art Museum, 556 West 22nd Street (corner 11th Avenue), New York City. A celebration of the 300th Anniversary of St. Petersburg with art, music, film and video, art workshops for all ages, and special programs. Museum admission $5, students and seniors $2, children under 12 free. Information about schedules of events, workshops, films, and concerts, as well as tickets and admission to special events and workshops, is available on the web.


Sound Visualization Workshop

Wednesday, November 19 - Saturday, December 13, 7 - 8:30pm. At 540 West 21st Street, New York City. Artists in residence Golan Levin and Zachary Lieberman demo and discuss Messa di Voce, a custom-made sound visualization software which tracks a performer's movements and vocalizations to create abstract imager premiered at Ars Electronica 03. They will also instruct workshop participants in using this interactive work which uses new technologies to radically augment speech, shouts and songs, touching on themes of abstract communication, synaesthetic relationships, cartoon language and writing and scoring systems. This project is part of Beta Launch: Artists in Residence '03, the second annual exhibition of works from Eyebeam's Artists in Residence Program, a multidisciplinary initiative that supports the development, creation, and presentation of art works using new technologies and digital tools. The exhibition will include performances, workshops, presentations, an on-line forum, wireless games and a live auction event. The workshop is free to the public with a suggested donation. More information is available on the web.


Miller Theater: Marc-Andre Hamelin

Thursday, December 11, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. This 'Piano Revolution' concert features the music of Isaac Albeniz: Complete Iberia. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Party and concert by Lorah Yaccarino at Deep Listening Space

Friday, December 12, 6pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. POF holiday party - staff, volunteers, and friends of POF invited. Concert with Lorah Yaccorino and special guests starts at 7:30. Info: (845) 338-5984 (phone) or web.


Music and Dance of Myanmar (Burma) in New York City

Friday, December 12 - Saturday, December 13, 8pm. Pre - performance lecture at 6:30. At Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue, New York City. Asia Society and Lotus Music and Dance present music and dance of Myanmar (Burma), featuring performers under the direction of lead master musician Kyaw Kyaw Naing and dance master U Win Maung. Info: (212) 517- ASIA (phone) or (212) 627 -1076 (phone).


Miller Theater Series: Early Music I

Thursday, December 13, 7pm. At the Low Library Rotunda, Columbia University, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. The Tallis Scholars present the music of Allegri and de Monte. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Music Under Construction: 'Zanana'


Tuned drum workshop at the Asia Society in New York City

Sunday, December 14, 1pm. At Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue, New York City. Kyaw Kyaw Naing leads a hands - on workshop to teach basic performance techniques of the Saing - Waing (tuned drum ensemble). Info: (212) 517- ASIA (phone) or (212) 627 -1076 (phone).


Deep Listening Workshop

Tuesday, December 18, 6pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. Deep Listening workshop with Bill Stevens. Tickets: $1 and up. Info: (845) 338-5984 (phone) or web.


Lorah Yaccorino at Deep Listening Space

Friday, December 19, 7:30pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. Concert with Lorah Yaccorino and special guests. By donation. Info: (845) 338-5984 (phone) or web. Info: (845) 338-5984 (phone) or web.


Gideon Freudmann in Natick, Massachusetts

Sunday, December 21. At Natick Arts Firehouse, Natick, Massachusetts. Solo cello and electronics. Info: web and Info and about Gideon Freudmann.


Max Neuhaus: 'Times Square' sound installation returns

May 22, 2002 - indefinitely. At the triangular pedestrian island at the intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue, between 45th and 46th Streets, New York City. 'Times Square' is a sound installation (Neuhaus refers to it as a 'sound work') first installed between 1977 - 1992. It was reinstated on May 22, 2002 and will remain in place for some time to come. The work was sponsored by the Times Square Business Improvement District, organized by Christine Burgin, and realized in collaboration with MTA Arts for Transit. It is supported by a group of major businesses located near the location. More about Max Neuhaus is on the web.


Dream House in New York City

September 20, 2003 - June 19, 2004. At MELA Foundation, 275 Church Street, 3rd Floor. The environment is open Thursdays and Saturdays from 2:00 PM to Midnight, and by appointment. 'Dream House: Eight Years of Sound and Light' is a collaborative Sound and Light Environment by composer La Monte Young and visual artist Marian Zazeela. Young and Zazeela characterize the Sound and Light Environment as "a time installation measured by a setting of continuous frequencies in sound and light." It includes two environmental and three sculptural works by Zazeela, and a periodic composite sound waveform environment created from sine wave components generated digitally in real time on a custom-designed Rayna interval synthesizer, by Young. Suggested contribution is $4.00. More info: (212) 925-8270 (phone), or web.


Tod Machover's 'Music Toys' Exhibition

April, 2003 - February 2004. At Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York City. Exhibition of new high tech instruments by Tod Machover and his MIT Media Lab team. These represent a radical model for introducing kids to musical expression & creativity, and include 'Beatbugs', 'Music Shapers', 'Hyperviolin', and 'Hyperscore'. Info. About Toy Symphony.


'Stream on Location' and 'Location One Audiostream'

Ongoing, starting in June. At Location One, 26 Greene Street, New York City. Francois Bucher and Heather Wagner programmed audio / video projects that feature guest artists. The guest artists change every two weeks. Current and upcoming artists are noted on their home page. Info.


New Year's Celebration at Deep Listening Space

Thursday, January 1, 2004, 2pm. At The Gallery at Deep Listening Space, 75 Broadway (Historic Rondout), Kingston, New York. Annual New Year's Day celebration. Meditation ritual with Ione and abundant pot luck feast with black eyed peas and rice. Info: (845) 338-5984 (phone) or web.


Interpretations: Fred Ho

Thursday, January 8, 2004, 8pm. At The Apollo Theater, NYC, NY. Interpretations presents the world premiere of Fred Ho's musical / martial arts opera 'Voice of the Dragon 2: Shaolin Secret Stories'. Featuring twelve elite martial-arts artists and the Afro-Asian Music Ensemble. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


North / South Consonance: 'New Year's Celebration'

Sunday, January 11, 3pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. Max Lifchitz conducts The North / South Chamber Orchestra with David Jolley on French Horn in a concert featuring works by Leo Kraft, Tudor Dominik Maican, Alba Potes and Dinos Constantinides. Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


North / South Consonance

Sunday, January 18, 3 pm. At Christ's and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. Guest conductor Manuel Prestamo leads The North / South Ensemble in works by Anthony Bonello, Orlando Garcia, Stephan Prock and Laurie San Martin. With Robert Sherman (narrator).Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


Miller Theater: Antigoni Goni

Thursday, January 22, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. In a 'Composer Portraits' concert, music by Toru Takemitsu. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Neil Rolnick: Fish Love That

Thursday, January 22, 9pm. At 36 West 106th Street, Central Park, New York City, New York. Neil Rolnick and 'Fish Love That' perform as part of 'Jazz on the Park'. More info: (212) 932 - 1600 (phone).


'Crawling out from the Wreckage of Rock' in San Francisco

Friday, January 23 - Saturday, January 24, 8pm. At New Langton Arts, 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California. A testament to the unclassifiability of the Bay Area music scene, 'Crawling out from the Wreckage of Rock' plucks six local musicians out of their rock element for two evenings of free-wheeling sonic exploration. Members of Bay Area alt-rock groups Deerhoof, Total Shutdown, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Numbers, MonoPause and Saints of Killers join forces in genre-defying collaboration. Tickets: $8, $6, members, students, seniors. Info: (415)626 - 5416 (phone) or web.


Miller Theater Series: Early Music II

Saturday, January 24, 2004, 7pm. At St. Paul's Chapel, New York City. The Vox Vocal Ensemble presents music of Crequillon and Gombert. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Neil Rolnick with David Gibson, Joan La Barbara and David Behrman

Wednesday, January 28, 8pm. At Saint Paul's Chapel, Third and State Streets, Troy, New York. iEAR Studios faculty Neil Rolnick and David Gibson are joined by vocalist Joan La Barbara and composer / performer David Behrman for an evening of new electronic and acoustic music. Info: (508) 276 - 4778 (phone) or web.


Center for Experiments in Art, Information and Technology (CEAIT) Festival 2004

Friday, January 30 - Sunday, February 1. At the Redcat Theater, Disney Hall, 135 North Grand Street, Los Angeles, California. This year's CEAIT Festival features works for live electronics, instruments and computers, tape, computers alone, and video imagery. Info: email.


Trevor Wishart: REDCAT Theater

Friday, January 30, day - evening. At the REDCAT Theater in the Walt Disney Concert Hall Complex, downtown Los Angeles, California. As a participant in the CEAIT Festival (Center for Experiments in Art, Information, and Technology), Wishart will lead a signal processing workshop during the day. An evening performance of 'Imago' follows. With Paul de Marinis and Alpert Award winner Laetitia Sonami. More info: (213) 237 - 2800 (phone) or on the web.


Miller Theater: Ensemble Sospeso

Friday, February 6, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. This 'Composer Portraits' concert features music by Olga Neuwirth. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Miller Theater: Pascal Gallois

Saturday, February 7, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. Pascal Gallois in Recital. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


American Symphony Orchestra: 'Jews and Vienna, City of Music'

Sunday, February 8, 2004, 3pm; 2:30pm pre-concert talk. At Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City. The ASO performs music by Sulzer, Rubinstein, Goldmark, Schreker, and Zemlinsky. Leon Botstein, the music director of ASO, seeks to present alternatives to the two Viennese Schools by offering examples of Vienna¹s pre-War Jewish music. Pre-concert talk by composer-in-residence Richard Wilson, at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center. For info: (212) 247-7800 or on the web.


Miller Theater: Ensemble Resonanz

Thursday, February 12, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. This 'Composer Portraits' concert features music by Michael Gordon. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


North / South Consonance: 'Panache'

Sunday, February 15, 3pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. Max Lifchitz leads The North / South Chamber Orchestra in works by Betty Olivero, Carl Schimmel, Joseph Koykkar and Gerald Elias. With Lynne Vardaman (narrator), and William Schimmel (accordion). Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


Miller Theater: Blair McMillen performs music by Berio and Scelci

Thursday, February 19, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. In the 'Piano Revolution' series, music by Berio and Scelsi. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Interpretations: David Taylor / Kumi Ogano

Thursday, February 19, 2004, 8pm. At Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York City. Interpretations presents trombone virtuoso David Taylor and pianist Kumi Ogano. David Taylor will perform an eclectic set of unaccompanied compositions and improvisations. Kumi Ogano, accompanied by Charles Sherba (violin) and Consuello Sherba (viola), will perform contemporary chamber pieces by Japanese composers, showcasing the work of Ushio Torikai. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


Miller Theater Series: Early Music III

Saturday, February 21, 2004, 7pm. At St. Paul's Chapel, New York City. Vox Vocal Ensemble presents music of Tallis and Bryd. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Miller Theater: Sequitur

Thursday, February 26, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. This 'Composer Portraits' concert features the music of Giancinto Scelsi. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


American Composers Orchestra: 'Orchestra Underground'

Friday, February 27, 8pm. At Carnegie Hall, 57th Street & 7th Avenue, New York City. New York City. 'Orchestra Underground' presents an event challenging conventional notions of symphonic music with novel instrumental & spatial orientations as well as new technologies & multimedia. Two world premieres featured: Lisa Bielawa's 'The Right Weather' for orchestra and pianist Andrew Armstrong, and Michael Gordon's 'Gotham' a multimedia collaborative work with Ridge Theater artists. The concert will be preceded by a discussion with the composers at 7 pm. For info: (212) 247-7800 or on the web.


North / South Consonance: 'The World of Sax' (Part I)

Monday, March 1, 8pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. The New Hudson Saxophone Quartet performs works by Joseph Trapanese, David Sampson, David Noon, Barabara Jazwinski and Max Lifchitz. Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


Western University of Illinois: New Music Festival 2004

March 1 - March 3. At Western University of Illinois campus, Macomb, Illinois. Christian Wolff will be the featured artist. Info: (309) 298 - 1338 (phone), email, or web.


American Symphony Orchestra: 'Opera Scandal 1920s'

Friday, March 5, 2004 at 8pm; 7:30 pre-concert talk. At Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City. The ASO performs three one-act operas by Paul Hindemith, works that the composer later disowned due to their themes, including murder and sacrilege. Pre-concert talk by composer-in-residence Richard Wilson at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse in Lincoln Center. For info: (212) 247-7800 or on the web.


American Composers Orchestra with eighth blackbird

Wednesday, March 10, 8pm. Carnegie Hall, 57th Street & 7th Avenue, New York City. New York City. New music sextet, eighth blackbird, joins the ACO for a new work 'Split Horizon' by David Schober as well as brilliant high-energy works by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Daron Hagen, Libby Larsen and Ned Rorem, with more contemplative music provided by Nicholas Maw. Concert preceded by a discussion with the composers at 7 pm. For info: (212) 247-7800 or on the web.


Miller Theater: So Percussion: Music by Iannis Xenakis

Thursday, March 11, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. In this 'Composer Portraits' concert, music by Iannis Xenakis. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Morton Subotnick: guest composer at Oberlin

Friday, March 12 - Saturday, March 13, 2004. At 77 West College Street, Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio. In addition to master classes, there will be two concerts: the Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble will perform several works including 'Release' (a new work for clarinet, violin, cello, piano, and computer controlled surround sound); a second concert will feature Subotnick in a solo laptop performance of current and historical works. Info.


Miller Theater: Angela Hewitt

Saturday, March 13, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. In this 'Piano Revolution' concert, music by Bach and Couperin. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Interpretations: Conrad Harris / David Wessel

Thursday, March 18, 2004, 8pm. At Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York City. Interpretations presents violinist Conrad Harris (concertmaster of the S.E.M. Ensemble), and California electronic artist David Wessel. Conrad Harris will perform an all - premiere program of works for violin and electronics by composers from the Sonic Arts Union; Robert Ashley, Alvin Lucier, David Behrman, and Gordon Mumma. David Wessel will present a set of improvised duets with guest musicians. His unique computer ­ driven arsenal features custom designed controllers by Donald Buchla. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


Digital Expression: Electronic music, art, dance ... from the University at Albany

Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 8pm. At the University at Albany, Performing Arts Center, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. Performances by faculty and students from the University's Electronic Music Studio and School of Arts and Sciences, including electronic music, digital video and visual arts, dance ... Includes music for electronically expanded acoustical instruments by EMS Studio Director, Bob Gluck. Info.


SEAMUS 2004

March 25 - 27, 2004. At San Diego State University. The annual conference of the Society of Electroacoustic Music in the United States.


Miller Theater Series: Early Music IV

Saturday, March 27, 2004, 7pm. At Riverside Church Nave, West 120 Street and Claremont Avenue, New York City. The Tallis Scholars present music of Palestrina and Josquin. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Digital Expression: Electronic music, art, dance ... from the University at Albany

Tuesday, March 30, 2004, 8pm. At the University at Albany, Performing Arts Center, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York. Performances by faculty and students from the University's Electronic Music Studio and School of Arts and Sciences, including electronic music, digital video and visual arts, dance ... Includes music for electronically expanded acoustical instruments by EMS Studio Director, Bob Gluck, featuring premiere of a new work for harpsichord and electronics. Info.


Interpretations: Thomas Buckner

Thursday, April 1, 2004, 8pm. At Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York City. Interpretations presents Thomas Buckner, baritone, in a program that will include new works by Wadada Leo Smith, 'Blue' Gene Tyranny and Chinary Ung. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


Thirteenth Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival

April 1 - 3, 2004. At the University of Florida School of Music, Gainesville, Florida. The composer in residence will be Alvin Lucier. Performances of works by other composers that have been selected by a panel. Info Dr. James Paul Sain, FEMS Director: (352) 392-0223 x240 (phone), web, or email.


American Symphony Orchestra: 'Victorian Secrets'

Friday, April 2, 2004, 8pm ; 7:30 pre-concert talk. At Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City. The ASO performs music by rarely performed English composers: Sullivan, Bridge, Elgar, and Stanford. Music director, Leon Botstein, conducts. Pre-concert talk by composer-in-residence Richard Wilson, at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center. For info: (212) 247-7800 or on the web.


McLean Mix Spring 2004 Tour

April 3 - May 15. Barton and Priscilla McLean will perform across the United States and United Kingdom, including concerts, lecture demonstrations and interactive installations. These include concerts at Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio (March 22), Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois (March 24), Southeast Oklahoma State University, Shawnee, Oklahoma (March 29), Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, Oklahoma (March 30), Living Arts of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma (April 3), Arkansas State University, State University, Arkansas (April 5), State University of New York at Geneseo (April 10), Mt. Hope College, Holland, Michigan (April 14), Daemon College, Amherst, New York (April 21), Kingston University, London, Great Britain (May 12) and Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, Great Britain (May 15); lecture demos at Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri (March 25 or 26), De Montfort University, Leichester, Great Britain (May 13) and Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, Great Britain (May 14); and interactive installations: Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, Oklahoma (March 31) and Mt. Hope College, Holland, Michigan (April 13). Pending in August is an event at the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, to be announced. Detailed listings for each individual event are posted on this calendar. More information is available on the web and by email.


Miller Theater: Alarm Will Sound

Saturday, April 3, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. In this 'Composer Portraits concert, music by Benedict Mason. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Miller Theater: Music by Daniel Schnyder

Thursday, April 8, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. In this 'Composer Portraits' concert, music by Daniel Schnyder. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Neil Rolnick premiere in New York City

Thursday, April 8, 8pm. Venue to be announced. Neil Rolnick presents new pieces for solo laptop performance. With Todd reynolds and Tyrone Henderson. Presented by Electronic Music Foundation.


Miller Theater: Christopher Taylor

Friday, April 9,2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. A 'Piano Revolution' concert of 'New Etudes'. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


Cem Duruoz Debut Recital at Carnegie Hall

Monday, April 12, 2004. At Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, West 57th Street, New York City. Guitarist Cem Duruoz, winner of the Artists International's Special Presentation Award, will give a debut recital. About Duruoz.


North / South Consonance: 'The World of Sax' (Part II)

Monday, April 19, 8pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. John Bleuel (saxophone) and Linda Li - Bleuel (piano) perform works by Lucie Robert, Max Lifchitz, Karel Husa, Edith Lejet, Jindrich Feld and Ida Gotkovski. Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


Interpretations: Morton Subotnick / Gustavo Matamoros & Russell Frehling

Thursday, April 22, 2004, 8pm. At Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York City. Interpretations presents electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick and mixed ­ media artists Gustavo Matamoros and Russell Frehling. Subotnick will perform a program of works for solo laptop computer, including a new realization of his 1971 classic 'Sidewinder' (with live lighting design). Gustavo Matamoros and Russell Frehling will collaborate on a program incorporating homemade instruments, live video and computer processing which explores the fifth dimension of sound. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


Miller Theater: Ensemble 21: Music by Milton Babbitt

Friday, April 23, 2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. Music by Milton Babbitt in this 'Composer Portraits' concert. Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


American Composers Orchestra's Improvise Festival

April 25 - May 1. New York City. New York City. ACO's Improvise! Festival explores the many facets of improvisation and the orchestra including jazz, graphic notation, technological innovation, collective improvisation and other influences. A diverse array of events with concerts by ACO and guest artists, commissions, readings, professional meetings, master classes and in - school workshops. Further details available after October 15, 2003. Info.


American Composers Orchestra: Music by Alvin Singleton and George Lewis, Anthony Davis ...

Wednesday, April 28, 8pm. Carnegie Hall, 57th Street & 7th Avenue, New York City. New York City. Entitled 'Improvise!', this concert explores music that integrates improvisation with the symphony orchestra. Commissioned works by Alvin Singleton and George Lewis. A New York premiere by Anthony Davis as well as music of Earle Brown and Duke Ellington. Concert preceded by a discussion with the composers at 7 pm. Info: (212) 247-7800 (phone) or web.


Left Edge Concerts: Morton Subotnick

Saturday, May 1, 2004. At 411 West Colorado Boulevard, Norton Simon Museum Theater, Pasadena, California. This 'Composer Portrait Series' concert features the music of Morton Subotnick. Info: web.


Composer Portrait Series: Morton Subotnick

Tuesday, May 4, 2004. At 200 South Grand Avenue, Colburn School of Performing Arts, Los Angeles, California. As part of the 'Left Edge Concert' series, Southwest Chamber Music presents the West Coast premiere of Morton Subotnick's new work for clarinet, violin, cello, piano, and computer controlled surround sound. Info: web.


Cinco De Mayo Celebration: The Latin American Art Song

Wednesday, May 5, 8pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. As part of The North / South Consonance concert series, Desirée Halac (mezzo - soprano) and Max Lifchitz (piano) perform songs by Alberto Ginastera, Carlos Chávez, Silvestre Revueltas, Heitor Villa - Lobos, and others... Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


Miller Theater: 'Ives Portrait'

Monday, May 17,2004, 8pm. At Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, New York City. Percussionists of the New York Philharmonic present an 'Ives Portrait.' Info: (212) 854-7799 or web.


North / South Consonance: 'The Hanging Gardens'

Monday, May 17, 8 pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. Featuring Arnold Schoenberg's 'The Book of The Hanging Garden' as well as works by Quilling, Fung, Ziffrin, Taub, Bulow, Michelson and Schultz. With Gayla Bauer Blaisdell (soprano), Lisa Hansen (flute), Josh Quillen (steel drums) and Max Lifchitz (piano). Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


Bob Gluck at Dartmouth College

Wednesday, May 19, 2004. At Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. Part of the Dartmouth College Music Department Vaughn Recital Series. Solo music for Turkish saz, ram's horn, voice and electronics, and sounds from Jewish culture. Academic lecture on Tuesday, May 18. More info: (603) 646-3531 (phone), or email.


Interpretations: George Lewis & Now Orchestra

Thursday, May 22, 2004, 8pm. At Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York City. Interpretations presents eclectic trombonist and composer George Lewis (electronic and computer music, multimedia installations, notated forms and improvisation), leading the Vancouver based Now Orchestra in a program of his new works for large ensembles. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


Big Sur Experimental Music Festival 2004

Saturday, May 29 - Sunday, May 30, 2004. At The Henry Miller Memorial Library, Monterey, California, USA. A Festival of improvising musicians set in 'Sound / Shift' format: onstage performers are gradually replaced with new players resulting in unpredictable sounds, situations, and spontaneous interactions. The performance will be outdoors on the Library lawn. Over 70 musicians will participate in several 7 hour long improvisational sets. Info: web.


Interpretations: Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble

Thursday, June 3, 2004, 8pm. At Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York City. Interpretations presents the Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble, widely recognized as one of the foremost large ­ scale ensembles dedicated to contemporary music. Conducted by Petr Kotik, the program will include Roscoe Mitchell's 'Non - Cognitive Aspects'. More info: (212) 627-0990 (phone) or on the web.


American Symphony Orchestra: 'Spiritual Romanticism'

Sunday, June 6, 2004, 3pm. At Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City. The ASO orchestra performs music dealing with religious themes by Mendelssohn, Wagner, and Liszt. Music director, Leon Botstein, conducts. Pre-concert talk by composer-in-residence Richard Wilson, at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center. For info: (212) 247-7800 or on the web.


North / South Consonance: Season Finale

Tuesday, June 8, 8 pm. At Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York City, New York. Bernard Rand's 'Oboe Concertino' is performed in honor of his 70th birthday as well works by Eduardo Alonso Crespo, Du Yin, and Jose Luis Hurtaldo. Max Lifchitz conducts The North / South Chamber Orchestra with Jacqueline LeClair (oboe). Info: (212) 663 - 7566 (phone), or web.


International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) 2004

Monday, November 1 - Saturday, November 6, 2004. At the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. The University of Miami Frost School of Music, in conjunction with the International Computer Music Association, is pleased to announce the International Computer Music Conference 2004 at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. The conference will feature multiple daily concerts of computer music and multimedia works along with a daily multi-track technical program of papers, demonstrations, posters, and exhibitions. Pre-conference workshops are scheduled for October 31. The conference explores the theme of Expanded Horizons in its creative and technical examination of the confluence of music and technology. There will be an emphasis on music and research that addresses new musical interfaces, aesthetics, and ways in which our field can grow by bringing its music and technology to new audiences. Info.

ANOTHER SEARCH? Go back to the Arts Electric Calendar.

[[ HOME ]]

Copyright © 2003 Electronic Music Foundation, Ltd.
Arts Electric is a trademark of Electronic Music Foundation, Ltd.





PROFESSIONALS ONLY

 REAL-TIME SOFTWARE

OSW
clm (RT)
Pd
CsoundAV
Supercollider
Snd
CPS
Audiomulch
jMax
MaxMSP
Phorx
Reaktor
Kyma / Capybara
SENSORS COLLECTION
 
ARTICLES
COOL PEOPLE!
Planet CCRMA
UNESCO/Aschberg
Stephen Hawkins
Nobels2001
Kioto Protocol
Dalai Lama
ThinksThatThink
Bruce Lee: Jeet Kune Do manuscript

  Other news
SONUS- Episode 3, 2006. Old Queens Head, Pond Hill, Sheffield
9/14/2006

The 2006 Colourscape Music Festival - Clapham Common, London, UK
9/14/2006

VOYAGE EN UTOPIE SONORE: Nuit Bleue les 7-8 juillet 06
7/9/2006

Concurso de composicion Visiones Sonoras de musica electro-acustica
6/4/2006

SaRC- N. Ireland composers at Inventionen 2006- BERLIN
5/24/2006

XXVIII Festival ENSEMS 2006: Hindemith, Saariaho, Rueda
5/6/2006

Oportunity: Call for proposals - the late-night ICMC concerts
5/6/2006

New Music and Electronic Music In and Around New York City
4/24/2006

ARTS ELECTRIC in and around events near New York City
3/1/2006

Call for scores for the Electronic Music Midwest Festival
3/1/2006

Courses at CISM: Structural Acoustics and Vibration
3/1/2006

SONGCRAFT 2006- The creative songwriter’s weekend- Limited Spaces!!
2/5/2006

Sebastian Berweck visits the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies
2/5/2006

Job: Administrative Director for the CRCA at UCSD
1/24/2006

Hommage à Luc Ferrari: Petit Théâtre Mercelis, Ixelles
1/24/2006


Records 16 to 30 of 558
 

 


 

 

 
Home | Contact | Privacy | Make a link| Terms of use | Add your web | Help | Publicity
© 2001-2004 site manteined by Le Jiraffe Bleu   Thanks to Agroterra.com and aspin.com >>>MADE IN BELFAST !<<<<