If you clapped from Ann Arbor, how long would it take that sound to reach New York, or Illinois?
Digital Music Ensemble, with students from RPI and U-Ill, Urban-Champaign
Plus special LIVE guest Elliott Sharp, and special remote Guest – Henry Grimes
7-10pm, DL 1, Duderstadt Building, U-M (you can wander in and out, come late! or leave early!).
Come out on TUESDAY night for an Internet performance with students from University of Illinois led by John Toenjes (there) and legendary bass player Henry Grimes; and RPI’s students – led by Pauline Oliveros.
Composition: North American Music (N.A.M.) by Carolina Heredia
**SPECIAL LIVE GUEST- ELLIOTT SHARP (Guitar)**
Did we mention it’s FREE!
See below for details! (Also, sneak previews at the Unitarian Services in the Morning – just like Palestrina!). Taming the Ox is a Graphic Score composition with Water Color Paintings by Stephen Rush.
On the evening of January 10, 2012, Digital Music Ensemble will perform at the Stanford Internet Conference.
California- Michael Gurevich (laptop) and Conor Barry (buttons)
Michigan- Stephen Rush (micromoog), Simon Alexander-Adams (laptop/synth), Jonathan Hulting-Cohen, Saxophones
Performing Rush’s Taming of the Ox (Graphic Score with watercolors) and Alexander-Adams’ Four Sections (graphic Score). Time – TBA
Picture of our recent performance in Colombia (Bogata) and Stanford:
This is a new project with me, Michael Gould (as sculptor/percussionist) and Henry Pollack, Nobel-Prize winning physicist.
We will present (see the poster below) a sonic sculpture with dripping ice and improvisation (on wonderful percussing instruments, trash from the Huron River, and MicroMoog) at Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor, 8pm, October 25. The backdrop will be gorgeous (and gut wrenching) images of the melting polar ice-caps from Dr. Pollack’s trips to the North Pole.
CLICK HERE FOR THE POSTER: Earth Without Ice
This work, commissioned by Quorum (a chamber ensemble), is a description in sound of the bucolic nature of fishing, and the excitement that grown men (also boys within!) experience catching a large walleye or bass. Dedicated to Allan Syrjala. Written for Cl/A.Sax/Bsn/Vln/Pf/Perc in 1995.
Tuesday, July 10, 8pm, 10$, Av C – E 3 St (101 ft NE), (212-473-0043)
Friday/July 6/8pm/Donation5141 Rosa Parks Blvd, Detroit, 48208, (313) 899-2243
Saturday/July 7/8pm/10 - 120 S. Division, #226, Grand Rapids, MI
Sunday/July 8/4pm (734-769-2999), 415 N. 4th Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48104