The Sound Projector, the wonderful, British music magazine and radio show, posted a Rupert Loydell’s new review of “Rub,” my 2013 CD with Auris and Gino Robair.
Just in and out this week, a new CD recorded with the Auris Trio (Christopher Preissing, Julia Miller, and me) and renowned the San Francisco percussionist Gino Robair. Purchase yours on Public Eyesore or download a free MP3 version from the Pan Y Rosas netlabel.
The CD (PE 125) feature duos and quartets with the members of the
Auris Trio and Gino Robair, six tracks in all, recorded at ESS in 2010 by Alex Inglizian. It was exquisitely mastered by Neil Jendon. The artwork features an intaglio print I made in the 1970s. Lou Mallozzi wrote the album notes and Christopher Preissing designed the album art.
Eric Leonardson – springboard, electronics
Julia Miller – guitar, electronics
Christopher Preissing – flute, electronics
Gino Robair – percussion, electronics
If you’ve never experienced our music live, this it the next best thing. Check back on this “what’s new” blog or sign up for my email list to receive news about a future CD release concert in 2014.
A part of the 11th Annual SKETCHBOOK: EVOLUTIONThe Chopin Theatre 1543 West Division Chicago IL 60622
Also performing next week Thursday, June 23 and Friday, June 24.
SKETCHBOOK is Collaboraction’s annual cross-disciplinary performance festival “…featuring the collective talents of more than two hundred pioneering directors, designers, actors, musicians and artists from Chicago and around the country for a jaw-dropping evening of creativity, experimentation, and celebration.”
Sunday, October 24, 2–5:00PMGreen Mill Jazz Club 4802 N. Broadway Ave. Chicago, IL 60640 773.878.5552 ($10 suggested donation, 21 and over)
Listen to the Scratch Orchestra on Sunday at 10:00pm, on Something Else with Philip von Zweck, WLUW 88.7FM. Copy and load this link into your mp3 player to listen to WLUW’s live stream. Or, visit wluw.org.
Friday, October 22, 9:00PM (doors at 8:00)
Opening: Andrew Royal (violin), Paul Hartsaw (sax), Carol Genetti (voice)
1550 N. Milwaukee, 3rd Floor Chicago, IL 60622 www.enemysound.com
Listen to WNUR at 2:00PM when Gino Robair and Andrew Royal perform
Auris is Christopher Preissing – flute, voice, electronics; Eric Leonardson – springboard, electronics; Julia Miller – guitar, electronics
Sunday, October 17, 10:00PM US CST (GMT -6)
Julia Miller (guitar, electronics) and I perform live on “Something Else” hosted by Philip von Zweck, on WLUW 88.7 FM. This live broadcast will feature our music and interviews about our work with group member, and composer Christopher Preissing (flute, electronics), phoning in from Nebraska. Copy and load this link into your mp3 player to listen to WLUW’s live stream. Or, visit wluw.org.
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Hosted by Philip von Zweck on WLUW 88.7FM since 1995, Something Else is Chicago’s longest running radio show devoted to seldom-heard and experimental, avant-garde musics, sound art, works of long duration (no excerpts!), and other less classifiable things that just don’t have an outlet.
- Julia Miller – guitar, electronics
- Christopher Preissing – flute, objects, electronics
- Eric Leonardson – springboard, electronics
- Andrew Royal – violin
- Anita Chari – cello, voice
- Brian Sulpizio – drums
1550 N Milwaukee Avenue, 3rd floor
Chicago, IL 60622
www.enemysound.com (doors at 8:00)
I have four live appearances on radio and on stage this month, I hope you may be able to attend or listen in…
Saturday, January 16, 5:00AM US CST (GMT -6)
Guest on ITDE (“It’s Too Damn Early”)
I will be a guest interview on ITDE hosted by DaveX on WDBX 91.1FM.
ITDE features experimental, avant-garde, electroacoustic, improvisational, and other musics. ITDE airs on Saturday mornings from 4 – 6:30 a.m. [US CST / GMT -6]. That’s 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in Berlin, and 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. in Hong Kong.
Sunday, January 17, 10:00PM–2:00 AM US CST (GMT -6)
Hosted by Philip von Zweck on WLUW 88.7FM Listen to the live stream.
Something Else is Chicago’s longest running radio show devoted to seldom-heard and experimental, avant-garde musics, sound art, works of long duration (no excerpts!), and other less classifiable things that just don’t have an outlet. Chicago Phonography is a collective of artists interested in promoting creative activity in listening by broadcasting unprocessed field recordings as an ensemble in a context of live improvisation.
2—5 PM, SUNDAY May 3, 2009
NEW MUSIC at the legendary GREEN MILL
This afternoon I perform (on springboard) in Julia Miller’s microtonal composition for many notes or many players.
Green Mill Jazz Club
4802 N. Broadway Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640 773-878-5552
www.greenmilljazz.com Admission: $5
Julia wrote (4/29/09):
I’m really happy to announce that we now have a blog!!!