Tonight at 7:15 PM The December 1952 Project will be performed during this concluding evening of the 2018 Sonic Circuits Festival. The precis: December, 1952 saw the coincidence of two incongruous and presumably causally independent events: Earle Brown’s composition of the classic graphic score December 1952, a work within the larger set of unconventional scores … More the december 1952 project tonight at sonic circuits
Many thanks to Avant Music News for making Transparent Points on Four Axes a pick of the week.
For a limited time, my guest appearance on WOWD-LP’s Coda show will be available from the station’s online archive. Matt and I talked about the upcoming Sonic Circuits Festival, The December 1952 Project, and more.
Tonight I’ll be the guest on the Coda show on WOWD-LP, Takoma Radio. Host Matt Testa and I will be talking about The December 1952 Project, graphic scores, the upcoming Sonic Circuits Festival (have you gotten your tickets yet?) and whatever else occurs to us. Tonight, 6:00-8:00 PM on WOWD-LP, 94.3 and streaming at takomaradio.org.
I’m happy to say that Epoche, a track from my first solo release Selva Oscura, is appearing as the opening and closing music for Temps de Tesselles, a fine series of documentary films by Cie. Candide on the restoration of a Gallo-Roman mosaic in Licinius’s Villa in Clonas-sur-Vareze in France. With thanks to Remi Salas … More musique pour temps de tesselles
New, and available for free download from the netlabel Pan y Rosas–Transparent Points on Four Axes. Transparent Points on Four Axes is a layered, electroacoustic studio collaboration from double bassist Daniel Barbiero, percussionist and multi-instrumentalist Ken Moore, and modular synthesist Dave Vosh. Each track began with a ground layer of a composed or improvised performance … More new from pan y rosas
I’ll be playing a duet with Layne Garrett (pictured with Phong Tran) on prepared resonator guitar. It’ll be an evening of exploratory guitar work all around. Rhizome DC, 6950 Maple St NW, in the Takoma neighborhood of Washington DC. This Friday, 7 September at 8 PM; $10 at the door.