Monthly Archives: June 2013

MSP @Outsound New Music Summit’s “Touch The Gear” (Sun 21 Jul, @CMC, SF, 7-10pm)

Outsound New Music Summit’s Touch the Gear is a free, hands-on, family-friendly event that lets the public roam among 20-25 musicians & inventors with their various different configurations of sonic “gear” – a wonderful public music science fair for homebrew instrument … Continue reading

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MSP/Piano @Outsound New Music Summit’s “Vibration Hackers” (Thur 25 Jul, @CMC, SF, 8:15 pm)

I’m greatly honored to have had the opportunity to curate the Vibration Hackers night at this year’s Outsound New Music Summit, an evening which will highlight the deep-space explorations of some of todays most intrepid computer musicians. We’re going to have everything: … Continue reading

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Piano: Braxton’s Ghost Trance Music w Phillip Greenlief & Orchesperry @ Berkeley Arts (Sun 04 Aug, 9pm) + Uncle Braxton (Myles Boisen + John Shiurba, 8pm)

I’m keenly looking forward to joining Orchesperry to perform one of Anthony Braxton’s important Ghost Trance Music works, Composition 255, at 9pm Sun 04 Aug. The show will be at the East Bay’s indispensable focal point for creative ferment, Berkeley Arts … Continue reading

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Guest sets – Double Shak Attack w Cornelius Shinzen (深禅) Boots & Karl Young @Viracocha, SF (Wed 12 June, 4pm & 5pm)

I’m honored to host two of the Bay Area’s most talented shakuhachi players, Cornelius Shinzen (深禅) Boots and Karl Young, for two special acoustic sets at 4pm and 5pm, Wed 12 June during my regular booking at Viracocha (NW corner … Continue reading

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MSP/Piano: Cage’s Two² w Patti Deuter, MSP/piano auto-duets, & meta-rāgas (Sun 23 June, Fête-Concert, @ Le Piano Studio, Russian Hill, SF)

Internationally renowned concert pianist Eliane Lust was raised in Belgium and has performed to critical acclaim on the world’s most prestigious concert stages from Paris to New York. Those who have been fortunate enough to hear her can attest to her … Continue reading

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