Dog Star 8: Music of James Klopfleisch, Gary Schultz and Mark So
the wulf., Los Angeles, CA
Music After People – For Anne LeBaron, for one trombone and three violins, compresses the melody from the jazz standard ‘nature boy’ into a series of occasional chords interspersed with atmospheric “ghost notes” from the violins.
Juniper Foam: Sound for a portrait of Chris Marker navigates various collections of audio sampled from films, not of his own making, but of others’, lying just beyond his overall body of work.
And finally AlmostEveryNamePieceMarkSoHasEverWritten is an attempt to realize all of So’s name pieces, synchronously, quietly, and in a most(ly) private way.
September 15th, 16th
machine project in houston
TBA, Houston, TX
I will be running an “amplified catcus” workshop as part of Machine Project’s events in Houston. Additionally, I will be doing some sort of participatory performance/installation/demonstration organized around ambient room sound and hearing thresholds.
People Inside Electronics presents trees and branches: Cage, Jarvinen, and Tempwerks
Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA
Tempwerks (Casey Anderson, Scott Cazan, Isaac Schankler, and Andrew Tholl) is an ensemble originally created by composer Arthur Jarvinen for the performance of his musical compositions in the realm of live electronics, using “non-musical” devices such as Geiger counters, short wave radios, amplified strobe lights, and field recordings. This concert features the LA premiere of multiple works by Jarvinen, presented alongside the early electronic music of JOHN CAGE and new original works by Tempwerks members.