images from 2017 electronic fest

A shot of Barbiero-Moore, courtesy of Beth Taylor Photography.

An image of Bourdon (+1), courtesy of Chris Videll.

Thanks to Dave Vosh for organizing the event; to the National Electronics Museum for hosting; and to all who came out to listen.

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2017 electronica fest at national electronics museum

Tomorrow night the 2017 Electronica Fest, the annual event organized by Dave Vosh, takes place at the National Electronics Museum, from noon-nine. I’ll be closing the show in a duo with Ken Moore on analogue synthesizer–an instrumental format we used for our recent release Lunge. I’ll also be sitting in with Bourdon, the electroacoustic duet of Curt and Dani Seiss. 1745 West Nursery Road, Linthicum, MD.

prelude to the evening of a sloth

d=DThe Let X ≠ X Ensemble, about to play Oblique Colors of Discontinuity in Time, the prelude to a new work by the Sloth Ensemble. Left to right: Curt Seiss, valve trombone; Dani Seiss, flute; Erica Benay Fallin, flute; Jeff Kahan, oboe & cor anglais; Tom Wall, bass recorder; me, double bass. A program note on the piece can be found on the Statements & Other Writings page.

Photograph by Gary Rouzer.

it’s okay–we’re trained professionals…

15800203223_1fdbe8a804_hOn Saturday night 7 March Sonic Circuits hosts an evening of drones at Pyramid Atlantic. Two new compositions will be premiered–an electronic work for J.S. Adams‘s Sloth Ensemble, and my own Oblique Colors of Discontinuity in Time for the Let X ≠ X Ensemble, an acoustic ensemble of winds, brass and strings (Daniele Seiss and Erica Benay Fallin, flutes; Jeff Kahan, oboe and cor anglais; Curt Seiss, trombone; Tom Wall, bass recorder; myself on double bass). Una serata neo-futurista, curated by Chris Videll, and brought to you by the letter D.