EI DECEMBER 2001 PERFORMANCE SERIES|
224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, N Y 10013
John Butcher and Phil Durrant
This music has three principal strands - amplified saxophone and two electronic processing chains; no sampling is used; a collaboration developing since 1997, and it's a New York premiere.
Interactive video-music compositions by Don Ritter, performed by pianist Kathleen Supove; badlands, bubbles and cows move to music
One-Sound music, old and new, for vibes, guitar, and computer, to celebrate the release of XI 115: Ten Thousand Shades of Blue.
Collaborations with Thomas Buckner (Duende), Chris Mann (Did you Say Dead?) and Payne, Dunn, Austin, Mann, Hays, Peters, Anderson, Austin, Cousins, Dadson, Hutchinson, Burt (floating world)
Distortion Is Truth: high density music for guitar, bass, electronics and percussion, with Kato Hideki and Tom Kelley
Manuel Rocha Iturbide
Electronic music and video, performed on computer
John Hudak and Bruce Tovsky
"Modification 3: a digital feedback system" with two computers (apple macintosh g3 powerbooks) and two humans (john hudak, audio; and bruce tovsky, video), wherein audio controls video / video controls audio
Six hours of music and film/video, for his 68th winter solstice, with some guest performers; the days will get longer from now on, or at least until June 21; this concert begins at 6pm, and lasts until 12am.
|Our programs are supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Phaedrus Foundation|