I am happy to return for a solo performance in the Phonophon series, on June 16, 2015.
Institut für neue Medien (INM)
Schmickstraße 18, 60314 Frankfurt
Einlass 20:00, Beginn 20:30 – Eintritt: 7 Euro
Školská 28 Gallery
110 00 Prague 1
tel. +420 222 966 974
This concert is part of LISTENING AROUND THE CORNER a mini-symposium happening the next day, Thursday, June 18 from 6 to 9.30 at Tranzitdisplay Gallery.
My first concert in Ljubljana happens Thursday, 11 June at Stara mestna elektrarna – Elektro Ljubljana, thanks to CONA | institute for contemporary arts processing:
Eric Leonardson (ZDA) and Martin Brandlmayr (AUT)
Thursday, June 11, 2015, at 21.00
Stara mestna elektrarna – Elektro Ljubljana
Slomškova 18, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Entrance fee: 5,00€
Reserve your ticket: cona.institute(at)gmail.com
Blurred Edges Festival | Elektroakustische Frequenzverschiebungen I
Saturday 24th 8:30 to 10:00 CET/GMT +1 at Gaîté Lyrique (Paris)
Christopher Preissing and I are honored to serve as US Coordinators of the Mixage Fou 80-Second Sound Competition. Winners will be announced today in the festival •REC http://gaite-lyrique.net/
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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.
Attention Circuit has released Vendlam, a limited edition CDr featuring a live concert performance with Doug Van Nort on GREIS and Al Margolis (If, Bwana) on analog synthesizer and violin, and myself on Springboard. Available at emerge.bandcamp.com/album/vendlam
Our performance was recorded on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at the Experimental Music Showcase at My Pizza Place, Poughkeepsie, New York. The album design by EMERGE with photography by KLONK is lovely.
Vendlam [ACC 1015] Track titles/times:
Limited edition, 33 numbered copies. Recorded by Eric Leonardson. Mastered by Doug Van Nort. Thanks to Jonathan Chen. www.attenuationcircuit.de
I recently helped students in Jesse Seay’s Sound Art Electronics class use piezo disc contact microphones to build amplified sound sculptures and instruments for public interaction at The Arcade, an exhibition space at Columbia College Chicago. Their handmade electroacoustic creations were very fun and effective. The show runs for one month and closes May 2, 2014.
In addition to piezo disc contact microphones, Jesse’s students made many simple light-sensitive oscillators grouped together in a wonderful installation room within the gallery, and in one playful—and soundful—sculptural object.