NEWS ABOUT PREMIERES AND OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS

November 12 & 18 WAR OF THE WORLDS
A new opera, directed by Yuval Sharon, commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic
"A mind-bending collaboration of individuals and institutions will make this one of the biggest
events of the year, a performance piece presented simultaneously at Walt Disney Concert Hall
and at sites across L.A."
More information

May, 2017 Portrait concert at YIVO
with new work inspired by YIVO's archives and immigrant life in the Eastside of NYC

PERFORMANCES: PREMIERES, CHAMBER MUSIC, SOLO AND ORCHESTRAL WORK
in New York, Los Angeles, Chautauqua, and more

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In reverse chronological order, so scroll down for the most current performances

2017
November 12 & 18, Los Angeles
WAR OF THE WORLDS A new opera, directed by Yuval Sharon, commissioned by the Los Angeles
Philharmonic "A mind-bending collaboration of individuals and institutions will make this one of the
biggest events of the year, a performance piece presented simultaneously at Walt Disney Concert
Hall and at sites across L.A."
More information

May 4, NYC
Portrait concert at YIVO with new work inspired by
YIVO's archives and immigrant life in the Eastside of NYC
Featuring a premiere by Duo Cortona (Ari Streisfeld and Rachel Calloway)

April 22, 2:30 PM San Francisco
Daughters of the Industrial Revolution Performed by SFCMP
LOU HARRISON : A CENTENARY CELEBRATION at Z Space

March 28, 8PM NYC
The Jasper Quartet playThe Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon
CD release concert at Le Poisson Rouge

March 14-17
Rolling Sevens and Dreaming Elevens (solo contrabass) Performed by James Ilgenfritz
Pre-release tour for Origami Cosmos, James Ilgenfritz's new solo CD
featuring solo bass works by Miya Masaoka, Annie Gosfield, JG Thirlwell, and Elliott Sharp.
March 14 - Trinosophes, Detroit
March 15 - Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor
March 16 - Dreamland Theater, Louisville
March 17 - Distro (presented by The Consortium and Alia Musica) Pittsburgh

March 5, Athens, Greece
The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon (string quartet)
Performed at Open Day Festival, Athens, Greece

March 4, 8PM, Music on the Edge, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
The Fidelio Trio (UK) play Cranks and Cactus Needles in a rare US appearance
Music on the Edge

February 26, 7PM, Spectrum, NYC
The Fidelio Trio (UK) play Cranks and Cactus Needles in a rare US appearance
Spectrum

February 25, 3-6 PM, Eureka! Musical Minds of CA. CSU Fullerton, CA
3PM panel discussion (Gosfield) 4:30 PM Adrianne Pope plays Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites
Eureka! Conference, Fullerton


February 24, 8PM, CSU Fullerton, CA
Annie Gosfield and Roger Kleier play Captured Signals and Radio Ephemera, plus chamber work
16th Annual New Music Festival

February 22, 8PM, CSU Fullerton, CA
Ashley Bathgate plays Burn Again with a Low Blue Flame for cello and electronics
16th Annual New Music Festival

February 9, 8PM, Harvestworks, NYC FREE!
String Noise (Pauline Kim Harris and Conrad Harris, violins)
Play new spatialized work in a multi-speaker environment
Harvestworks and Composers Now Festival

February 4, 8PM, Pomona College, CA
Sarah Thornblade plays music for violin and electronics
Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music

2016
December 4, 4PM, New York
CD Release for Kathleen Supove's "The Debussy Effect"
The Cell Theater, 338 West 23rd St., NYC, with Tribeca New Music

November 27, Sala Filarmonicii, Craiova, Romania
The Pearls Before Swine Experience play Cranks and Cactus Needles
Festivalul Internațional Craiova Muzicală

November 8, London
The Fidelio trio plays the world premiere of
Cranks and Cactus Needles (trio version)
Sixth London Festival of American Music, The Warehouse

October 20, Brooklyn, NY
Pauline Kim Harris plays Long Waves and Random Pulses
for violin and jammed radio signals
Progressive Chamber Music Festival, Shapeshifter, Brooklyn

September 17, Toronto, Canada
Pianist Kara Huber performs Brooklyn October 5 1941
Bravo Academy

September 10, Ouray, CO
Pianist Kara Huber performs Brooklyn October 5 1941
The Wright Opera House

July 21 8:15PM, Chautauqua, NY
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra premiere
Almost Truths and Open Deceptions

Rossen Milanov, conductor; Felix Fan, cello
Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater

July 18 8:15PM, Chautauqua, NY
Premiere: new work for the Music School Festival Orchestra
Chautauqua Institution

July 8 6PM, Omaha
Phantom Shakedown performed by Stacy Barelos
at the Under the Radar Festival in Omaha
Festival Information

June 26 4PM, New York
Cranks and Cactus Needles and Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind
Performed by Mary Rowell, Ashley Bathgate, Eleonor Sandresky, and Andrew Sterman
at the Tribeca New Music Festival at The Cell

June 11 9PM, New York
Long Waves and Random Pulses performed by Pauline Kim Harris
for her "Shakon" project
Spectrum

June 5 10PM, Brooklyn, NY
The NY Phil Biennial
Long Waves and Random Pulses and Captured Signals and Radio Ephemera
Performed by Annie Gosfield, Pauline Kim Harris, and Roger Kleier
New York City ElectroAcoustic Music Festival at National Sawdust

May 16 6PM, New York
Michael Nicolas (cello) and myself premiere Four Roses and a Five Spot
From Michael's upcoming Sono Luminus CD
Miller Theatre's Pop-Up series

May 14 6PM Los Angeles
Sonic Garden: a benefit for Yuval Sharon's "The Industry"
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites performed by Mona Tian
Sonic Garden LA

April 14 12PM Toronto
Kara Huber performs Brooklyn, October 5, 1941 for piano and baseballs
Canadian Opera Company, Richard Bradshaw Ampitheatre Toronto, ON

March 1 Los Angeles
Refracted Reflections and Telepathic Static for two pianos and electronics
Commissioned by the L.A. Philharmonic's "Green Umbrella" Series
for Christina Naughton, piano; and Michelle Naughton, piano
At Disney Hall Los Angeles
NOTES

February 20-25 KATHLEEN SUPOVE HITS THE ROAD IN CALIFORNIA:
SHATTERED APPARITIONS OF THE WESTERN WIND goes West!
February 20 Chapman University Recital Hall, Orange, CA
February 22 Cal Poly Recital Hall, Pomona, CA
February 27 Cal State Fullerton New Music Festival

2015

November 14
AER: American Electronics in Rome: participation in a festival for the 50th anniversary of the
Syn-ket, one of the first portable electronic synthesizers, at the American Academy in Rome
Villa Aurelia, The American Academy in Rome
Concert information at the American Academy in Rome

November 13
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind Performed by Kathleen Supove
SCADshow, Atlanta Georgia

November 11
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind Performed by Kathleen Supove
at Spectrum, NYC, with Face the Music, a benefit for Ecstatic Music
Concert Information at Spectrum/Ecstatic Music

October 27
The Dybbuk on Second Avenue Premiere of a new work for pianist Nadia Shpachenko
Piano Spheres Series, the Redcat Theater, Los Angeles
Concert Information

October 23
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites and Phantom Shakedown
Performed by the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble
at the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
Multimedia Art Museum Information

October 18 8PM
Rolling Sevens and Dreaming Elevens performed by bassist James Ilgenfritz
The Stone, Ave. C and 2nd St. NYC
The Stone Calendar

October 17 7PM
Daughters of the Industrial Revolution
(excerpt for cello and percussion)
performed by Cadillac Moon Ensemble
Tenri Cultural Institute of New York, 43A West 13th St.
Concert Information

October 10 10PM
Duet with violinist Jon Rose at The Stone, Ave. C and 2nd St. NYC
The Stone Calendar

September 24 6PM
Arrangement of A Bowler Hat performed by Anthony De Mare
CD release concert for the ECM release "Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano"
Birdland, NYC
Concert Information

September 7 8PM
Annie Gosfield's Labor Day Birthday Bash
Annie Gosfield (sampler) Michael Nicolas (cello) Jennifer Choi (violin) Kathleen Supove (piano) Billy Martin (drums)
Roger Kleier (guitar) Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet) Briggan Krauss (saxophone) Brian Drye (trombone)
This wild mix of music for acoustic and electronic instruments will include a new composition for cello and sampler
inspired by whiskey; a violin piece that incorporates the sounds of Sputnik; music for piano and electronics that
references Debussy and Hurricane Sandy; and a noisy, grooving take on dance music that features analog
synthesizers, vacuums, and a stellar downtown band complete with horn section.
The Stone, NYC, NW corner of Ave. C and 2nd. St.
The Stone Calendar

August 29 4:30PM
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites performed by Adrianne Pope
At Saint Michael's by the Sea, the Carlsbad Music Festival

July 24-31 Composer in Residence at The Walden School
July 24, 7:30 PM
Wild Pitch and other works: The Walden School Players:
Bonnie Whiting, percussion; Chris Wild, cello; Cory Smythe, piano
Louise Shonk Kelly Recital Hall, Dublin School, Dublin, New Hampshire
Walden School Concert
July 26, 7:30 PM
Annie Gosfield, Lecture and Demonstration
Composer-in-Residence, Young Musicians Program, The Walden School
Louise Shonk Kelly Recital Hall, Dublin School, Dublin, New Hampshire
Ms. Gosfield will present her music compositions and discuss her approach to composition.
Walden School Presentation

July 25, 8pm
Four Roses for cello and detuned piano, performed by Aron Kallay and Maggie Parkins
Sponsored by People Inside Electronics
Boston Court, 70 North Mentor Avenue, Pasadena, CA
Concert Information

July 10, 7:30pm
Annie Gosfield plays sampler for Billy Martin's Wandering performance series.
Soloists: Annie Gosfield (electronics) and Billy Martin (percussion) Interpreting Billy Martin's graphic scores
Paul Auster (spoken word) and Hal Willner (tape machines) Reflections on the wandering mind, improvisation, and chance
Ensemble: Sirius Quartet (violins, viola, cello)
The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster St., NYC
Concert Information

June 19
Cranks and Cactus Needles inspired by deteriorating 78 records
Performed by the Green Thing Ensemble, at Brick5, Vienna, Austria
Brick5 Performance

June 5
Daughters of the Industrial Revolution (excerpt for cello and percussion)
Performed by the Cadillac Moon Ensemble
207 Starr St. Brooklyn, NY 11206

April 19
Phantom Shakedown for piano and tape
Performed by Xenia Pestova at Spectrum, NYC

April 16 7:30 New Project at Ecstatic Music Festival!
Annie meets drummer extraordinaire Billy Martin of Medeski Martin & Wood, in a collaboration
that includes members of Billy's avant brass band Wicked Knee and guitarist Roger Kleier.
Inspired by the tradition of the instrumental 45 RPM single, they will present a grooving new music take
on instrumental songs that are built on wild analog synth samples, factory sounds, jammed radio signals
and noise, propelled by supple, danceable beats, punctuated by a wicked horn section, and set on fire
by combustible guitar.Annie Gosfield: sampling keyboard, Billy Martin: drums and percussion, Roger Kleier: electric guitar
Steven Bernstein: trumpet, Briggan Krauss: baritone saxophone, Brian Drye: trombone
Merkin Hall, NYC
Videos here and here
concert and festival information

April 15 and April 24
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites for violin and satellites
Performed by Laura Talbott Clark in Tulsa, Oklahoma
April 15 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Cener
April 24 at Hardesty AHHA building

April 11
Long Waves and Random Pulses
For violin and jammed radio signals
Performed by Monica Germino as part of her "American Wizardry" program
Ostade, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Concert information

April 10
Long Waves and Random Pulses
For violin and jammed radio signals
Performed by Monica Germino as part of her "American Wizardry" program
Korzo Theatre, The Hague, The Netherlands
Concert information

March 27
Brooklyn, October 5, 1941 for piano and baseballs,
Performed by Blair McMillen at Stetson University, Lee Chapel, Elizabeth Hall
Concert Information

February 26
Overvoltage Rumble
A concerto for wild analog synth sounds performed by the Bang on a Can Allstars
People's Commissioning Fund, Ecstatic Music Festival, Merkin Hall NYC
Concert information and tickets

Februrary 22, 11:30 AM
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind performed by Kathleen Supove
Women in Music Festival - concert, panel, brunch, honoring Laurie Anderson
The Cutting Room, 44 E. 32nd St., NYC NY
Festival and concert information

February 21
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites
For violin and satellites performed by Darragh Morgan
Salford Sonic Fusion Festival, Manchester, England
Concert information

February 12, 7PM
Rolling Sevens and Dreaming Elevens
, performed by James Ilgenfritz, contrabass
an electronic aesthetic informs a purely acoustic piece.
The Firehouse Space, Brooklyn
Concert Information

February 8 8:30 Free!
Burn Again with a Low Blue Flame
(for cello and tape)
International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) Cellist Michael Nicolas
offers a program of cello/machine music
Constellation, Chicago
Address and concert info

February, 7 9:00 Free!
Cranks and Cactus Needles
performed by the Berlin Philharmonic's Scharoun Ensemble
American Academy in Rome, Villa Aurelia
Concert information

February 6 7:30
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites
For violin and satellites performed by Jennifer Choi
New Music Miami CARTA Miami Beach Urban Studios
Concert information

January 1, 2, 3 8PM, January 4, 4PM
Burn Again with a Low Blue Flame
(for cello and tape)
Performed by Michael Nicolas, New York premiere
At the Here and Now Festival at Bargemusic, Brooklyn
Bargemusic program and concert info

January 2, 8PM $25
JOHN ZORN IMPROV NIGHT - A STONE BENEFIT
Annie Gosfield (keyboards) John Zorn (sax) Vicky Chow (piano) Trevor Dunn (bass) Marty Ehrlich (sax)
Joe Morris, Aram Bajakian (guitars) Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (bass) Jeremiah Cymerman (clarinet)
Francisco Mela, Tim Keiper (drums) and many special guests
the stone calendar

2014
December 12
Trio with Roger Kleier (electric guitar), Brian Chase (drums and percussion),
Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboard); a trio born in a torrential rainstorm
meets again to mix equal parts drama and static, rhythm and abstraction,
in a parallel universe built out of guitars, electronically altered guitars, drums,
electronically altered drums, and noisy altered sample world
Experimental Intermedia, 224 Centre St., NYC
Concert Information

December 16
Brooklyn, October 5, 1941
Performed by Aron Kallay on piano, baseballs, and catcher's mitt
Pianospheres series at the Redcat Theater at Disney Hall, Los Angeles, CA
Concert Information

December 7
WORLD PREMIERE/Portrait Concert at Roulette
The JACK Quartet premiere a new work for string quartet and jammed radio signals
Plus other solo and quartet pieces
Roulette, Brooklyn, NY
Concert Information and description

December 7
Kathleen Supove plays Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind
Mannes School of Music, NYC
Concert Information

November 15
Flying Sparks and Heavy Machinery for string quartet and percussion quartet
the Williams Percussion Ensemble led by Matthew Gold
Williams College, Williams MA
Concert Information

November 14
Brooklyn, October 5, 1941
Performed by Marian Lee on piano, baseballs, and catcher's mitt
Madsen Hall, Saint Ambrose University, Davenport Iowa
Concert Information

November 7
Phantom Shakedown performed by Annie Gosfield
Technosonics XV: Found Sound
Old Cabell Hall, Univ. of Virginia, Charlottesville
Festival Information

KATHLEEN SUPOVE HITS THE ROAD WITH DIGITAL DEBUSSY IN CALIFORNIA:
SHATTERED APPARITIONS OF THE WESTERN WIND goes West!
October 21
U.C. Riverside, Outpost Concert Series at Culver Center for the Arts
Concert Information
October 17
The Artist Sessions, Center for New Music, 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco
Concert Information
October 11
Art Share, sponsored by P.I.E. 801 E 4th Pl, Los Angeles, CA
Concert Information

October 15
How my music traveled 5 miles uptown against traffic from Downtown to Lincoln Center”
Talk at the "Critical Dialogues" series at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Talk Information

October 10
"Daughters of the Industrial Revolution" (excerpt)
Performed by Ashley Bathgate (Cello) and Ian David Rosenbaum (Percussion)
Wachenheim Gallery at the Tang Museum
Saratoga Springs, NY
Concert Information

October 7
Brooklyn, October 5, 1941 Performed by Jenny Q. Chai on piano, baseballs, and catcher's mitt
Great Theater of Havana, Cuba, Festival Leo Brouwer
Concert Information

October 1
Captured Signals and Radio Ephemera performed by Annie Gosfield and Roger Kleier
The Watermill Center, Watermill, NY (free with reservation)
Concert Information

September 6
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind Performed by Kathleen Supove
Fear No Music, Brunish Theater, Portland, Oregon
Concert Information

September 5
Uphill Slides and Knockdown Dives
Performed by Matthew Gold (perc.) and Nat Parke (cello)
Williams Chamber Players, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Concert Information

August 2
Overvoltage Rumble performed at the Bang on a Can Marathon at MASS MoCA
Featuring Vicky Chow playing wild analog synth samples with Ashley Bathgate et al.
Concert Information

July 25 7:30 PM
Flux Quartet performs Lightheaded and Heavyhearted with Pam Tanowitz Dance
Lincoln Center Out of Doors, New York City FREE
Concert information

July 19 1:30 PM
Eriko Makimura performs Brooklyn October 5, 1941 for piano, baseballs, and catcher's mitt
Kobe Culture Hall, Japan
Concert information and program

July 18
Annie Gosfield solo/duo concert with Roger Kleier
vs. Interpretation Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
Festival Information

July 6 8PM
Exeter Contemporary Sounds perform Long Waves and Random Pulses for violin and jammed radio signals
In their "Machine Music" program, Exeter Phoenix, Devon, UK
Concert information

June 5
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites performed by Adrianne Pope
New Music on the Point

May 30
Green Thing Ensemble plays Cranks and Cactus Needles
International Week of New Music, Bucharest, Aula UCMR, Bucharest, Romania
Concert and program details

May 28
Max Mandel (viola) and Eric Huebner (piano)
Tenacious Friction and Swerving Conviction
The Stone, NYC, NW corner of Ave. C and 2nd. St.
The Stone Calendar

May 21
George Kentros (violin) plays a trilogy for violin and radio sounds:Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites,
Long Waves and Random Pulses, Invisible Flashes and Obscure Transmssions

Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden
Concert Information

Jenny Q Chai performs Brooklyn, October 5, 1941 in China
May 29 at American Consul General, Shanghai
May 27 at Zhejing University, Hangzou 
May 7 at the Ningbo Universty, Ningbo
Jenny's Schedule

May 9, 10, 11, 12
Ensemble Phoenix (Basel, Switzerland) touring
Almost Truths and Open Deceptions (cello chamber concerto)
May 10, Marianischer Saal Luzern
May 11 and 12, Gare du Nord Basel
Performance Details

April 29-May 4, 2014
One week of music at the Stone, NYC
The Stone

April 29 Tuesday
8 pm
Jennifer Choi (violin) Felix Fan (cello) Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboard)Marco Cappelli (guitar)
Jennifer Choi plays the US premiere of the acoustic version of Long Waves and Random Pulses, which uses extended techniques, noise, and notes to evoke jammed radio signals. Referencing the Bach Chaconne in D minor, the piece premiered in 2013 at Holland's Oudemuziek festival of early music.
Fabulous frequent collaborator Felix Fan performs The Harmony of the Body-Machine, for cello and machine sounds, Four Roses, a duo with Gosfield inspired by whiskey and detuned pianos and new work.
Marco Cappelli plays Marked by a Hat, a "right hand only" piece for 8 microtonally tuned sympathetic strings on his unique "extreme guitar."

10 pm Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Ha-Yang Kim (cello) Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboard)
Annie creates a hallucinatory distorted mirror of phantom electronics, drawn exclusively from her extensive library of extended and mutated piano and cello sounds, merging and colliding with two mistresses of extended techniques: Courvoisier on piano, Kim on cello. This improvising trio first collaborated in 2010.

April 30 Wednesday
8pm
Kathleen Supove (piano) MIVOS Quartet: Olivia De Prato and Joshua Modney (violins) Victor Lowrie (viola) Mariel Roberts (cello)
Kathleen Supove performs Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind. Imagined as a hallucinatory duet with Claude Debussy, it couples Supove's wild playing with distorted fragments of the prelude What the West Wind Saw, on site recordings of Hurricane Sandy, and lush Debussy harmonies.
MIVOS quartet plays The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon, inspired by the surreal radio broadcasts and codes used by European resistance groups in World War II. It incorporates musical materials drawn from the mysterious Messages Personnels broadcast to the French Resistance, a silken code scarf used by Danish Resistance members, and the transformative processes of encryption.
Olivia dePrato performs a piece for violin and Sputnik, Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites.

10 pm Brian Chase, Roger Kleier, and Annie Gosfield
This improvising trio includes the powerhouse drummer of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, longtime collaborator guitarist Roger Kleier, and Gosfield on piano and sampling keyboard.

May 1 Thursday
8 pm
String Noise: Pauline Kim Harris, Conrad Harris (violins)
The working premiere of Invisible Interference and String Noise, a concert-length piece for two violins and electronics composed in close collaboration with the dynamic violin duo of Pauline Kim Harris and Conrad Harris. Inspired by the transformations, collisions, and wild sonic phenomena of jammed radio signals, this new work will combine clandestine radio broadcasts, improvisation, and traditional notation. The two violinists’ roles will shift in a soundfield where music, noise, and pure signal meld and collide, evoking the jamming process both acoustically and electronically.

10 pm Ikue Mori (electronics) and Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboard)
The second set continues the theme of radio jamming: the purely electronic counterpart is a collaborative piece inspired by jammed radio, colliding audio, and battling signals as interpreted by the incomparable electronics pioneer Ikue Mori and Gosfield. Samples, processes, and sounds are drawn from research conducted during Gosfield’s fellowship at the American Academy in Berlin in 2012.

May 2 Friday
8 pm
Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboard) Roger Kleier (guitar) Ches Smith (drums/percussion)
Gosfield's trio performs EWA7, created during a residency in the factories of Nuremberg, Germany, mixing metal, machines, and surface noise of industrial environments. This signature piece has been performed in factories, concert halls, and festivals internationally. It will be presented at The Stone in a more intimate setting.

10 pm Stephen Gosling (piano) James Ilgenfritz (bass)
Stephen Gosling performs Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers for piano and sampler, a wild ride through original analog synth sounds, machine samples, and careening prepared piano, along with other works for piano to be announced.
James Ilgenfritz performs Rolling Sevens and Dreaming Elevens, a new work for contrabass that incorporates an electronic aesthetic into a purely acoustic piece.

May 3 Saturday
8 pm
Billy Martin, Roger Kleier, Annie Gosfield

10 pm
Billy Martin, Roger Kleier, Annie Gosfield, and Chris Cochrane
Billy Martin, best known for his work with Medeski, Martin, and Wood joins longtime musical partners Gosfield and Kleier for a night of improvisation featuring a trio at 8, joined by Chris Cochrane for the 10PM set.

May 4 Sunday
8 pm
Annie Gosfield (piano and sampling keyboard) Max Mandel (viola) Eric Huebner (piano)
A rare solo set by Gosfield, the first in 15 years in New York City, that includes pieces for sampler, piano, detuned radios, baseballs, and cement mixer, including her own versions of Phantom Shakedown, Brooklyn, October 5, 1941, Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers, and Blue Serge, coupled with interludes and ephemera for sampler and piano.
Plus Tenacious Friction and Swerving Conviction, a raucous 2014 work for viola and piano performed by Max Mandel and Eric Huebner.

10 pm
George Kentros (violin) Max Mandel (viola) Eric Huebner (piano) Marco Cappelli (guitar)
Stockholm-based violinist George Kentros performs the premiere of a 3-part radio inspired trilogy started 10 years ago and performed as a whole for the first time tonight. Kentros commissioned Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites in 2003 for violin and satellite sounds. Now the piece has become a 30 minute work that incorporates jammed radio signals, shortwave sounds, morse code, and many more unusual sounds that have passed through the airwaves in the 20th century, interpreted and enhanced by Kentros’ commanding control of extended techniques.
Plus Tenacious Friction and Swerving Conviction, a raucous 2014 work for viola and piano performed by Max Mandel and Eric Huebner.
and Marked by a Hat, a detuned, right hand only piece composed for Marco Cappelli's "Extreme Guitar" project.

April 15-17
EWA7, Four Roses, Across Town
Music for "Urban Studies" for Ballet NY choreographed by Ginger Thatcher
Ailey Citigroup Theater, NYC
Performance Information

March 30
Cranks and Cactus Needles
Performed by The Pearls Before Swine Experience (Stockholm)
Convocation Hall, University of Winnipeg
Concert Information

March 25
Premiere: Tenacious Friction and Swerving Conviction (for viola and piano)
Performed by Max Mandel and Eric Huebner
Roulette, Brooklyn
Concert Information

January 28 8:00
Burn Again with a Low Blue Flame
(for cello and tape)
Performed by Jennifer Brewerse
Conrad Prebys Music Center U.C. San Diego

January 17 8:30
The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon

Performed by MIVOS Quartet
MUWA, Graz, Austria, presented by Open Music
Concert Information

January 16 8:30
The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon

Performed by MIVOS Quartet
Jeunesses Festival, Porgy and Bess, Vienna, Austria
Concert Information

2013

December 28, 2013
JOHN ZORN IMPROV NIGHT: A STONE BENEFIT
with John Zorn (sax) Jeremiah Cymerman (clarinet) Jon Madof (guitar) Dave Scanlon (guitar)
Annie Gosfield (keyboards) Frank London (trumpet) Adam Rudolph (percussion)
Brian Marsella (keyboards) Billy Martin (percussion) Briggan Krauss (sax)
Stone Information

December 12, 2013
Premiere of a new work for bass for James Ilgenfritz
Interpretations Series, Roulette, Brooklyn, New York
Roulette Concert Info

December 12, 2013
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind
Inspired by Debussy, for piano and electronics,
Performed by Kathleen Supove at Spectrum, New York
121 Ludlow, NYC 8PM
Concert Details

December 10, 2013
Premiere of a new solo program performed by Annie Gosfield
Plus Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites, Four Roses,
Phantom Shakedown
and The Harmony of the Body-Machine
IEM Cube, Graz, Austria, presented by Open Music
Concert Details Graz

More activities in Graz: Dec. 6, 4PM: Gosfield seminar
Dec. 9 2PM: Lecture: Eckhard Weber (musicologist, journalist, Berlin):
Schwermetall und Satellitenmusik. Die grenzueberschreitenden Klangwelten von Annie Gosfield
Dec. 9 4PM
: Round Table with Annie Gosfield (pianist, composer, New York), Elisabeth Harnik
(composer, pianist, Graz), Deniz Peters (musicologist, pianist, Graz), Danielle Sofer (musicologist, Graz),
Eckhard Weber (musicologist, journalist, Berlin), moderation: Christa Bruestle (musicologist, Graz)
Iinformation for activities in Graz

December 4, 2013
Broken Nails and Metal Tails
For kalimba and tape, performed by Jennifer Hymer
Essl Museum, Vienna, Austria
Concert Information

November 2, 2013
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind
Inspired by Debussy, for piano and electronics,
Performed by Kathleen Supove at the Brooklyn Conservatory
Concert info and tickets

October 18, 2013
Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind
For piano and electronics
Performed by Kathleen Supove
The Block, Muskegon, MI
Presented by the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra
Concert information

October 17, 2013
Contribution to Party Pieces for John Cage's 100th
Either/Or Conducted by Richard Carrick
Miller Theater, NYC
Concert information
Read about the 125 composers!

October 10, 2013
"Phantom Shakedown"
For piano and malfunctioning shortwave radio
Shenandoah Conservatory
Winchester, Virginia
"Downtown Ghosts" program

October 6, 2013
Premiere of a new work for violin, third in a trilogy for violin and radio sounds
Performed and commissioned by George Kentros
Inagi City, Tokyo, Japan
Inagi City

September 22, 2013
"Daughters of the Industrial Revolution" (excerpt)
Performed by Ashley Bathgate (Cello) and Ian Ding (Percussion)
Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Liquid Music Series
Amsterdam Bar and Hall, Saint Paul, MN
Concert information

Sept 21, 2013
"Cranks and Cactus Needles", inspired by 78 records
Performed by The Pearls Before Swine Experience
Klusterfestivalen, Lulea, Sweden
Festival Information

Sept 13 7:30 PM, 2013
"Brooklyn, October 5, 1941"
For piano, baseballs, and baseball mitt
Performed by Jenny Q. Chai, in "The Wildest Music in the Repertoire"
Shanghai Symphony Hall
Program Information

September 8, 2013
"Uphill Slides and Knockdown Dives"
Performed by Raphael Bell, cello; Matthew Gold, percussion
Charlottesville chamber music festival
Old Cabell Hall, Charlottesville, VA
Festival Information

September 2, 2013
John Zorn's Birthday Benefit concert at The Stone
The Stone, NYC

August 3, 7PM 2013
"Almost Truths and Open Deceptions" Chamber cello concerto
Performed by Ashley Bathgate, Todd Reynolds, Vicky Chow, and others
Bang on a Can Marathon/Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA
Summer Music Festival

June 18, 2013
Annie Gosfield trio at River to River Festival curated by Laurie Anderson
"EWA7" with AG (sampler), Roger Kleier (guitar), and Ches Smith (drums/percussion)
Plus performances with Laurie Anderson and others
River to River Festival, NYC
River to River, NYC

June 13, 2013,
US Premiere of "Long Waves and Random Pulses"
for violin and jammed radio signals by Monica Germino
Austrian Cultural Forum, New York City
ACFNY
Read about the piece

May 30, 2013
"Cranks and Cactus Needles" performed by the "Pearls Before Swine Experience"
Porgy and Bess Theater, Vienna, Austria

May 16, 2013
"EWA7"
Annie Gosfield Ensemble
Ring Ring Festival
Belgrade, Serbia
This engagement is supported by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through USArtists International in
partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Mid Atlantic Arts
Ring Ring Festival

May 15-18, 2013
"Lightheaded and Heavyhearted" and "Harmony of the Body-Machine"
Performed live by FLUX Quartet and Felix Fan
with Pam Tanowitz Dance, New York Live Arts
New York Live Arts

May 12, 2013
Arrangement of a "A Bowler Hat" for Anthony DeMare's
Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano project
TNMF, Cell Theater, NYC
TNMF NYC

May 11, 2013
"Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites"
For violin and satellites performed by Mary Rowell
TNMF, Cell Theater, NYC
TNMF NYC

May 9, 2013
Annie Gosfield at the Kitchen's "Synth Nights" curated by Laurie Anderson
"EWA7" with AG (sampler), Roger Kleier (guitar), and Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion)
"Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites" with Mary Rowell (violin)
The Kitchen, NYC

May 9, 2013
"Brooklyn, October 5, 1941"
For piano and baseballs performed by Jenny Q. Chai
An Die Musik, Baltimore
An Die Musik

May 4, 7:30pm
"Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites"
for violin and satellites performed by Jennifer Choi
Tribeca New Music Festival at Nyack Library Carnegie Concert Series, Nyack, NY
CarnegieConcertsNyack

April 25, 26, and 27, 2013
Premiere of "Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind"
for Kathleen Supove's Digital Debussy project
for piano and electronics
the Flea Theater, New York
The Flea
Read about the piece

April 20, 2013
"Brooklyn, October 5, 1941"
for piano and baseballs, performed by Jennifer Hymer
Odessa Regional Philharmonic Society
Two Days & Two Nights Festival, Odessa, Ukraine

April 17, 2013 8:15PM
"Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites" by VERGE Ensemble
Towson University, Center for the Arts, Towson, MD
Towson Univ. Center for the Arts

"A Luminous Reflection of Metallic Direction" on tour
by Frances-Marie Uitti for cello and tape
April 13, 2013 7:00pm
Saint James Episcopal Church
Richmond, VA
Concert details
April 12, 2013 7:00pm
Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes
Washington DC
Sponsored by the Italian Cultural Institute
April 11, 2013 7:00pm
The Music Gallery, Toronto
The Music Gallery

April 5, 2013 8:00pm
"A Luminous Reflection of Metallic Direction"
US premiere by Frances-Marie Uitti for cello and tape
Issue Project Room, 22 Boerum Place., Brooklyn
Sponsored by IPR

March 31, 2013
"Cranks and Cactus Needles"
Performed by Stockholm's "The Pearls Before Swine Experience"
Canberra, Australia, The Piano Lounge of the Diamant Hotel in New Acton
Tickets

March 28, 2013 5:30 PM
"Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites" performed by George Kentros
Eucalyptus Lawn, National Botanic Gardens, Canberra, Australia
FREE

March 25, 2013 8:00 PM
"Shoot the Player Piano"
Video of an imaginary orchestra of abandoned mechanical instruments
HIart GALLERY 227 West 29 St., NYC NY

March 9, 2013
Arrangement of a "A Bowler Hat" for Anthony DeMare's
Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano project
Symphony Space, NYC
Liaisons at Symphony Space

"Uphill Slides and Knockdown Dives"
For cello and percussion, performed by Raphael Bell and Pieter Jan Vranckx
January 20, 2013 Elzenveld, Antwerp, Belgium
February 03, 2013 Kasteel d'Ursel, Hingene, Belgium
More information

"The Harmony of the Body-Machine"
For cello and tape, by Dinosaur Annex on their Northeast tour:
Sunday, January 27, 2013 7:30
Paine Concert Hall, Harvard Univ., 1 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 8:00
Setnor Auditorium, Crouse College, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 8:00
Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
More Information

January 15, 2013
"Iron Men and Bamboo Gods" Premiere for solo percussion
Performed and commissioned by Peter Dodds
Jordan Hall, Boston

2012
December 7, 2012
"Long Waves and Random Pulses" for violin and jammed radio signals
Performed by Vladislav Pesin, Platform Project
Vinzavod Contemporary Art Center, Moscow, Russia

November 11, 2012
"Cranks and Cactus Needles" For flute, piano, violin, and cello
Performed by Sentieri Selvaggi at Teatro Grande, Brescia, Italy

October 31, 2012
"Brooklyn, October 5, 1941" Performed by Guy Livingston
For piano, baseballs, and catchers mitt
11:30 AM Collettivo Rituale Fluxusfest Palazzo Pisani, Venice, Italy
9:00 PM Teatro Comunale, Udine, Italy

September 23, 2012
"Long Waves and Random Pulses"
For violin and tape by Monica Germino
at Muziek Biennale Niederrhein, Museum van Bommel van Dam
Venlo, Holland

September 21, 2012
A Bowler Hat: Reimagining Sondheim by pianist Anthony deMare
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
University of Maryland College Park, MD

September 14, 2012
Portrait Concert at the Moving Sounds Festival, NYC with music from the new CD and more
Premiere of Phantom Shakedown for piano and broken shortwave (Gosfield, piano)
Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites (George Kentros, violin)
Cranks and Cactus Needles (The Pearls Before Swine Experience, from Stockholm)
EWA7 (Roger Kleier, guitar; Ches Smith, percussion; Annie Gosfield, sampling keyboard
Presented by the Austrian Cultural Forum
Bohemian National Hall at Czech Center, NYC
Concert is free with reservations
Moving Sounds Festival

"Long Waves and Random Pulses"
Electronic premiere by violinist Monica Germino
at Night of the Unexpected,
September 6, Utrecht, Tivoli
September 7, Amsterdam, Paradiso
September 8, Eindhoven, Muziek Gebouw
Night of the Unexpected

August 26, 2012
"Long Waves and Random Pulses"
Acoustic premiere by violinist Elfa Run Kristindottir
at Oudemuziek Festival, Aula, Pandhof, Domkerk, Utrecht
Oudemuziek

June 9, 2012,
"Brooklyn, October 5, 1941" for Piano and Baseballs
Performed by Jenny Q. Chai
National Center for Performing Arts, Beijing, China

May 25, 2012
"The Harmony of the Body Machine" for Cello and Electronics
Performed by Ashley Bathgate at the Stone, New York City

March 21, 2012, 10PM
MaerzMusik, featuring a new piece for Frances-Marie Uitti,
plus performances by Stephen Gosling, George Kentros, and the
AG trio with Chris Cutler and Roger Kleier
Part of AG's fellowship at the American Academy in Berlin
at Berghain, Berlin
MaerzMusik

March 2, 2012
"Daughters of the Industrial Revolution" (excerpt)
Performed by Ashley Bathgate (Cello) and Ian Ding (Percussion)
Detroit Institute for the Arts, Detroit, Michigan

March 1, 2012
"The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon" performed by the MIVOS Quartet
Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, New York

February 29, 2012,
"Brooklyn, October 5, 1941" for Piano and Baseballs
Performed by Blair McMillen/American Modern Ensemble
Galapagos, Brooklyn, New York

2011
November 23-26, 2011
U.K. tour/premiere of "Floating Messages and Fading Frequencies"
Inspired by radio transmissions of the Danish Resistance in WWII
Performed by the Athelas Sinfonietta (Copenhagen) and Annie Gosfield trio
11/23 Dartington
11/24 Nottingham Lakeside
11/25 Huddersfield Festival
11/26 Cornerstone Festival, Liverpool
Gosfield UK tour

November 16, 2011, 8PM
CD Release Concert: Lisa Moore plays music for piano and sampler from
the Cantaloupe release "Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers"
at Roulette, NYC
Roulette

November 7, 2011, 8PM
Lisa Moore plays "Brooklyn, October 5, 1941" for piano and baseballs
at the Festival of New American Music, Sacramento, CA
FestivalofNewAmericanMusic

October 27, 2011,7:30PM
"Bottom of the Barrelhouse" for Disklavier at WAAPA, Perth, West Australia
TheMechanicalPiano

October 20, 2011
Portrait concert at "Sounds of Stockholm" Festival, with chamber works
performed by Frances-Marie Uitti (cello), George Kentros (violin), and others,
and the Annie Gosfield trio playing EWA7.
October 22: The Stockholm Saxphone Quartet plays "Brawl"
October 18: The Pearls Before Swine Experience plays "Cranks and Cactus Needles"
SoundsofStockholm

September 11, 2011, Marathon concert
MIVOS String Quartet plays "The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon" (2PM)
and Blair McMillen plays "Brooklyn, October 5, 1941" (12:15PM)
at Music After, a free concert at the Joyce Soho,
commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11
http://musicafter.com/

August 30, 2011, 12:15 and 7PM
The Pearls Before Swine Experience perform "Cranks and Cactus Needles"
at Musikfest Stuttgart
Musikfeststuttgart

July 28, 2011, 8PM
Pianist Stephen Gosling performs "Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers"
for sampler and piano at Bargemusic, Brooklyn, NY
Bargemusic (program in link not correct)

June 25, 2011
Pianist Jennifer Hymer performs "Five Characters Walk Into a Bar"
Dutch Klang!-Fest, Hochschule fur Musik und Theater, Hamburg
Hollandishe (Dutch) Klang!-Fest

June 12, 2011
Pianist Jenny Q Chai performs "Brooklyn, October 5, 1941"
At the opening of the Face Art Academy, Shanghai, China
FaceArtAcademy

June 11, 2011
Jennifer Frautschi performs "Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites" for violin and electronics
NOW! Concerts, Millerton, NY
NOW!concerts

June 4, 2011
Premiere of a new work for cello and electronics, performed by Mathis Mayr
Commissioned by the Adevantgarde Festival, Munich, Germany
adevantgardefest

May 19, 2011
Pianist Jennifer Hymer performs works for piano
STIL, Hamburg, Germany
Jennifer Hymer Concerts

May 1, 2011
Pianist Rosanne Vita Nahass performs "Five Characters Walk into a Bar"
Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University
NYT NJ events

April 12, 2011
Iktus Percussion and Mivos String Quartet perform
"Flying Sparks and Heavy Machinery" for string quartet and percussion quartet
Saint Peter's Church, New York City
iktuspercussion.com/events.htm

April 22, 2011
Pianist Oni Buchanan performs "The Wanton Brutality of a Tender Touch"
Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY
http://www.galapagosartspace.com/

March 4-5, 2011
Premiere of "Daughters of the Industrial Revolution" at the Kitchen, NYC, Funded by the MAP Fund
Performed by Felix Fan (cello); Alex Lipowski (percussion) Roger Kleier (guitar);
Annie Gosfield (sampler); and Ches Smith (drums)
Plus Stephen Gosling performing works for piano
The Kitchen

PAST CONCERTS

Pianist Oni Buchanan performs "The Wanton Brutality of a Tender Touch" on the road
April 7: National Library (Biblioteca Nacional de la Republica Argentina) Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
March 25: Casa Thomas Jefferson Brasilia, BRAZIL
March 18: Henry Pfeiffer Chapel Pfeiffer University Misenheimer, NC
March 15: Spears Music/Art Center Concert Hall Columbia College Columbia, SC
March 8: R.R. Hodges Chapel Auditorium Mount Vernon Nazarene University Mount Vernon, OH http://www.onibuchanan.com/events.html

February 25, 2011
Jennifer Hymer performs "Five Characters Walk Into a Bar"
for piano, as part of "Forum Neue Musik"
Hamburg, Germany
Ensemble Effusions

February 18, 2011
Frances-Marie Uitti performs "The Harmony of the Body-Machine"
for cello and electronics
Nonsequitur/Good Shepherd Chapel Seattle

February 12, 2011
Frances-Marie Uitti performs "The Harmony of the Body-Machine"
for cello and electronics
Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, New York
IPR

February 5, 2011
Portrait concert in Hamburg: Ensemble WireWorks: Wild Pitches - Music of Annie Gosfield
Frances-Marie Uitti (cello), Jennifer Hymer (piano), Jonathan Shapiro (percussion), and Gosfield (sampler)
performing "Wild Pitch", "The Harmony of the Body-Machine", "Uphill Slides and Knockdown Dives"
"Five Characters Walk into a Bar", and improvisations
Orchester Studio, Hochschule fur Musik und Theater, Hamburg, Germany
Klang Hamburg

January 24, 2011
The Jasper String Quartet plays "The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon"
"The Art of the Quartet", Classic Chamber Concerts,
Sugden Theatre, Naples, Florida
classicchamberconcerts.org/

2010
December 3, 2010
The FLUX Quartet performs "Lightheaded and Heavyhearted" for string quartet
The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
fluxquartet.com/concert.html

November 20, 2010 8PM
The Eclipse String Quartet and Mills Percussion group conducted by William Winant
perform "Flying Sparks and Heavy Machinery" for string quartet and percussion quartet
Littlefield Concert Hall, Mills College, Oakland, CA
Mills Concerts

November 16, 2010 9PM
Guitarist Marco Cappelli performs "Marked by a Hat"
XXIX Festival Spaziomusica, Chiesa di Santa Maria del Monte
Cagliari, Italy
Festivalspaziomusica


ANNIE GOSFIELD AND ROGER KLEIER CURATE THE STONE
IN AUGUST, 2010 - details below

Roger Kleier and I had the honor of booking August at the stone in NYC, and are looking forward
to many concerts, with a program that includes 20 premieres, 11 new music for piano concerts, and much more...
The Stone is at 2nd St. and Ave C in New York City, all concerts $10 unless noted.
Stone Calendar August.com

The details, with full-length Gosfield concerts in RED :

August 2, Monday, 7-9 STONE SEMINAR - ANNIE GOSFIELD Open to All
$20
Annie will speak about her work, playing music and discussing her experiences combining acoustic instruments
with electronics, the nexus of composition and improvisation, and the commonalities of playing in dives, clubs,
and concert halls in an open, informal session at the Stone

August 3, Tuesday 8 pm, pianist Sarah Cahill performs the NYC premiere of Gosfield's "Five Characters Walk Into a Bar"
as well as music by Carl Stone, Eve Beglarian, Terry Riley, Guy Klucevsek, Larry Polansky, and Mamoru Fujieda.

August 6, Friday 8 pm, Blair Mcmillen performs Gosfield's “The Wanton Brutality of a Tender Touch”
as well as music by Judd Greenstein, Giacinto Scelsi, Daniel Felsenfeld, Erica Ball, and Derek Geary

August 7, Saturday, 8 pm Annie Gosfield: From the Chamber to the Factory

NYC premiere of a new String Quartet performed by the Jasper String Quartet,
and EWA7 performed by Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboards) Roger Kleier (guitar) Ches Smith (drums)
The Jasper String Quartet (J Freivogel, Sae Niwa,violins; Sam Quintal, viola; Rachel Henderson Freivogel, cello)
will perform the NYC premiere of "The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon" inspired by the radio transmissions of
resistance groups in WWII, followed by Gosfield's trio performing "EWA7", a concert-length piece inspired by
factory sounds that was composed and premiered in the industrial environments of Nuremberg, Germany.
READ THE NOTES on the string quartet
and on EWA7

August 13, Friday, 8 and 10 pm JOHN ZORN IMPROV NIGHT A Stone Benefit
John Zorn (sax) Annie Gosfield (keyboards) Roger Kleier (guitar) Ikue Mori (laptop) Shanir Blumenkranz (bass)
and many special guests
COME SUPPORT THE STONE AT OUR MONTHLY IMPROV RENT PARTY $20

August 14, Saturday, 10 pm Roger Kleier's El Pocho Loco
Roger Kleier (guitar) Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboard) Trevor Dunn (bass)
Ches Smith (drums, percussion) Roger Kleier returns to the Stone with his quartet,
with an emphasis on noisy instrumentals, improvisation, and electronic sound manipulations.

August 20, Friday, 8 pm Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboards) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Ha-Yang Kim (cello)

This new improvising trio features three musicians who have each developed their own unique vocabulary on their
respective instruments. Altered samples of piano and cello mirror, merge, and collide with their real-life
counterparts in a shifting landscape of sonic illusions, musical realities, and old fashioned noise.

August 21, Saturday, 10 pm, Ashley Bathgate, new cellist for Bang on a Can, performs Four Roses with Annie Gosfield,
in a collision of re-tuned cello and de-tuned piano.

August 26, Thursday, 10 pm, Gosling plays Gosfield: Stephen Gosling performs Gosfield's "Five Characters Walk Into a Bar"
in the "New Music for Piano" series

August 27, Friday, 8PM Annie Gosfield chamber works

A concert of Gosfield’s chamber music that marries the purely acoustic to the noisily electronic in a
sometimes unholy union. Cornelius Dufallo performs the ethereal “Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites” for violin and
satellite sounds, Keith Kirchoff performs the very raucous “Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers” for piano and sampler,
and Ne(x)tworks String Quartet performs “Lightheaded and Heavyhearted” for the first time.
Ne(x)tworks String Quartet is Cornelius Dufallo, Christopher Otto (violins) Kenji Bunch (viola) Yves Dharamral (cello)

August 28, Saturday, 8 pm Hahn Rowe (guitar, violin) Roger Kleier (guitar) Annie Gosfield (sampling keyboards)
Three people who often share a pizza together meet not to eat, but to play together in a new improvising trio.

ELSEWHERE:
August 11, Bridgehampton Music Festival "Real Quiet" perform "The Manufacture of Tangled Ivory"
http://www.bcmf.org/concert-season/overview/

August 29, 14:30 UIT festival, Den Hag, Soil Ensemble performs "Uphill Slides and Knockdown Dives"
in the show "Broeders en Zusters" in a collaboration with Soil and the Bloody Marys

September 10, 9PM(ish)
Todd Reynolds plays "Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites" for violin and satellite sounds
at the Bang on a Can Marathon in Philadelphia in the Live Arts Festival at the World Cafe
Marathon schedule

September 30-October 2 "The Annie Gosfield Project" in Los Angeles
Saturday October 2nd, 8PM - Annie Gosfield in Concert
An evening devoted entirely to Gosfield's music, showcasing the composer performing her own work,
and featuring many of LA's finest chamber players. The concert's centerpiece, EWA7, is an epic
industrial-inspired work for guitar, percussion and sampler.
Bert Green Fine Art, 102 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 $20 online or at the door
More information for Annie Gosfield Project LA

November 5
Blair Mcmillen performs "The Wanton Brutality of a Tender Touch"
Bargemusic, Brooklyn, NY

November 7 Collinsville, CT
The Jasper String Quartet performs "The Blue Horse Walks on the Horizon"
Maxwell Shepherd Memorial Arts Fund Concert
Jasper quartet calendar

JULY 31 "Flying Sparks and Heavy Machinery" Conducted by Brad Lubman, performed by Lauren Radnofsky, Todd Reynolds, and others, at the Bang on a Can Marathon at Mass Moca massmoca.org

MARCH 2010

March 11 and 12, 2010
The FLUX Quartet performs "Lightheaded and Heavyhearted"
Bargemusic, Brooklyn, New York
bargemusic.org

March 13, 2010
The FLUX Quartet performs "Lightheaded and Heavyhearted"
Saint George the Martyr Church Toronto, CA, presented by The Music Gallery
http://www.musicgallery.org/

March 16, 2010
Jennifer Hymer performs "Broken Nails and Metal Tails"
For kalimba and electronics
Goethe Institute, Boston
http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/bos

March 28, 2010 at 4:00pm
Sarah Cahill performs the world premiere of "Five Characters Walk into a Bar"
Rosen House Music Room, Caramoor Festival, Katonah, New York
http://caramoor.org/html/greatartists.htm

Oni Buchanan plays "The Wanton Brutality of a Tender Touch"
on the road, in a program of Women Composers of the 21st Century
More information for all of the dates at Oni's website:
http://www.onibuchanan.com
March 1, 7:30pm Hofheimer Theatre, Virginia Wesleyan College Norfolk, VA
March 10, 12:10pm National Gallery of Art Concert Series West Building Lecture Hall, DC
March 17, Newton Hall Mercer University, Macon, GA

Keith Kirchoff performs "Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers"
for piano and sampling keyboard on tour
More information for all of the dates at Keith's website:
http://www.keithkirchoff.com
March 2, 8PM, Virtuoso Series, Salt Lake City, Utah
March 5, 7:30PM, New Music Series, Provo, Utah
March 9, 8PM, The Stone, New York City
March 19, 7:30 PM, White Recital Hall, Kansas City
March 24, 8PM, Clark Univ., Worcester, Mass.
March 30, 7:30PM, Sharp Memorial Chapel, Tulsa

APRIL

April 18, 2010 at 4:00pm
Sarah Cahill performs the West Coast premiere of "Five Characters Walk into a Bar"
Old First Concerts, Old First Church, San Francisco, CA
http://www.oldfirstconcerts.org/performances/299/

April 24, 2010, 7PM
Aron Kallay performs "Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers"
For piano and sampling keyboard
Steinway Piano Gallery, 314 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA
(818) 397-6954

April 28, 2010
Darragh Morgan performs "Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites"
For violin and satellite sounds
Contemporary Music Festival, University of Leeds
http://www.leeds.ac.uk

Oni Buchanan plays "The Wanton Brutality of a Tender Touch"
on the road, in a program of Women Composers of the 21st Century
More information for all of the dates at Oni's website:
http://www.onibuchanan.com
April 9, 8pm CNMAT (Center for New Music & Audio Technologies) UC Berkeley Berkeley, CA
http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/
April 13, 8pm Caldwell College Concert Series, Caldwell, NJ
http://www.caldwell.edu/academics/music/caldwell_college_concert_series.aspx
April 18, 7pm The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN) Natick, MA
http://www.natickarts.org/index.php
April 24, 7:30pm Smyrna Opera House Smyrna, DE
http://www.smyrnaoperahouse.org/

Keith Kirchoff performs "Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers"
for piano and sampling keyboard on tour
More information for all of the dates at Keith's website:
http://www.keithkirchoff.com
April 5, 5PM, Saint Cloud University, Minnesota
April 14, 7:30 PM, Elmhurst College, Illinois
April 29, 8PM, Manchester Metropolitan Univ., Cheshire, UK

MAY

May 16, 2010, 3PM
Aron Kallay performs "Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers"
For piano and sampling keyboard, on a retuned 12-foot custom Rubenstein Piano
Rubenstein Hall, 109 Sierra St, El Segundo CA
(818) 397-6954

May 27, 2010
Lisa Moore performs "Brooklyn, October 5, 1941"
For piano, baseballs, and catcher's mitt,
Keys to the Future Festival
Le Poisson Rouge, New York
http://www.keystothefuture.org