Live Stage: Electroacoustic Music Festival [us NYC]

nyc.jpgNew York City Electroacoustic Music Festival :: March 25, 2010 to March 27, 2010 :: at CUNY Graduate Center (365 5th Ave), Galapagos Art Space (16 Main St., Brooklyn), Issue Project Room (232 3rd St., Brooklyn) :: All events at the Graduate Center are free and open to the public. Shows at Galapagos and Issue Project Room are $10-15/person ::

The second New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival presents composers, performers, and media artists from the US and abroad in three days of experimental sound art and multimedia. NYCEMF will showcase over 120 new works and installations, demonstrating the fascinating and wide range of artistic invention that occurs when musicians work with computers, electronics, and new media.

Festival Concert Schedule (
Galapagos Arts Space show – a marathon evening of works 3/25 7:15 – midnight! (
Issue Project Room show (


March 25th – Thursday

Installations 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

* Heather Frasch / Afrooz Family, Post-Industrial Organisms – Room 5409
* Sam Salem, Pond Life II – Room 5489

Concert 1: 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Segal Hall

* Akira Takaoka, Responsorium
* Jory Smith, X-Lands
* Kotoka Suzuki, Epiphyllum Oxypetalum
* Dan Tramte, Eight Gluons
* Steve Everett, Shiver

Concert 2: 2:15 PM–3:15 PM, Segal Hall

* Keith Hamel, Traces II
* Peter McKinnon, Pianosophagus
* Karen Lauke, Copper Vibrations
* Jorge Sosa, Ariel
* Yota Kobayashi, Kakusei
* Christopher Chandler, The Spark of Opposites

Concert 3: Curated by Robert Dow: 4:00 PM–5:00 PM, Segal Hall

* Pippa Murphy, Postcard from Paris
* Robert Dow, Uncertain Memory
* Diana Simpson, Cipher
* Alistair MacDonald, Equivalence
* Pete Stollery, Vox Magna

Meyer Sound Presentation: 5:00 PM–6:00 PM, Segal Hall
Peter Otto, presenter

* Auditory Illusions, Simulations and Hallucinations: A Spatial Audio Update

Concert 4: 7:15 PM–9:15 PM, Galapagos Art Space

* Ivica Ico Bukvic, derelicts of time
* Andrew Walters, Encroachment
* Christopher Hopkins, The Animus Winds
* Chelsea Leventhal, Breach
* Adam Scott Neal, For Tape
* Krzysztof Wolek, Arguro
* Joshua Fineberg, The Texture of Time
* Andrew S. Allen, Leaflet
* Joshua Clausen, There was a whole, there was beginning, begin there
* Eric Chasalow, Due (Cinta)mani

Concert 5: 9:30 PM–1:00 AM, Galapagos Art Space

* Michael James Olson, Waterstate
* Shield Your Eyes, Shield Your Eyes
* Dimitris Lambrianos, Tetraktys
* Paul Fraser, 8-bit Cycles
* Thomas Royal, Ruptures
* Paola Lopreiato, con forze che si svolgono sferiche
* Yuta Uozumi, biotope
* Ranjit Bhatnagar, Closing Doors
* David Hindman / Evan Drummond, Modal Kombat
* Paul J. Botelho / Russell J. Chartier, CONFINED-10-01-2
* Hannah R. Gilmour, Chill Before Dawn
* Nathan Bowen, Iron Rod
* Howard Kenty, Any Lucky Ten
* kinan azmeh, walls and towers

March 26th – Friday

Installations 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

* Gary DiBenedetto, Grinding Wheel & Scythe – Elebash Lobby
* Zachary Seldess, A Head of View – Elebash Lobby

Concert 6: 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Segal Hall

* Christopher Burns, Sawtooth
* Burton Beerman, INVISIBLE IMAGES
* Michael Pounds, Recollection
* Felipe Otondo, Ciguri (2008)
* Ragnar Grippe, 8th Abstraction
* Rob Collins, pizz collide

Concert 7: 1:00 PM–2:00 PM, Elebash Hall

* Monique Buzzarté, Subtle Winds
* David Z. Durant, An Owl Drives in the Rain
* Jeff Stadelman, Song of Itself
* Jason H. Mitchell, Sk’elep
* Tom Williams, Can
* Franke Neumann Ruder Schmidt Weinheimer, Frühjahrszug (Spring Migration)

Concert 8: The Tornado Project: 2:15 PM–3:15 PM, Segal Hall
Performed by Esther Lamneck, Clarinet and Elizabeth McNutt, Flute

* Robert Rowe, Primary Colors
* Eric Lyon, Trio
* Paul Wilson, Beneath the Surface
* Andrew May, Still Angry
* Ricardo Climent, Russian Disco

Concert 9: 3:45 PM–4:45 PM, Elebash Hall

* Javier Alejandro Garavaglia, Pathétique
* Cort Lippe, Music for Snare Drum and Computer
* Miguel Chuaqui, Saturniana
* Ronald Keith Parks, Fractures

Concert 10: 5:00 PM–6:00 PM, Segal Hall

* Yen-Ting Cho, Kapsis
* Mark Zaki, Everything We Say is Deformed
* Chikashi Miyama, Thrum
* Claudia Robles, TRAVELOG#1 -Nuit Bleue-
* Christian Banasik, Ihr Fassen nach Wind
* Stephen Travis Pope, Jerusalem’s Secrets –
Mass for the New Millennium, Pt. 1
* Young-Shin Choi, UJO IMU III

Concert 11: 7:15 PM–9:15 PM, Elebash Hall

* Anthony Cornicello, Spiral Jetty
* Judith Shatin, For the Birds
* Joo Won Park, Decrescendo
* David Taddie, Licorice Stick Groove
* monty adkins, veil (fabrications 2 : after Pip Dickens)
* Ted Coffey, Blue Cycle: Noise
* John Mallia, Vestibules
* Hans Tutschku, rojo
* Hubert Howe, Clusters
* Izzi Ramkissoon, Domesticated Animalia

March 27th – Saturday

Installations 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

* Jeff Thompson, Glistening Waves – Elebash Lobby

Concert 12: 10:00 AM–10:45 AM, Elebash Hall

* Konstantinos Karathanasis, Dionysus
* Andy Dolphin, ilinx
* Seung-Hye Kim, The Tightrope Dancer
* Michael Drews, Infrastructure

Concert 13: 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Segal Hall

* Asha Srinivasan, Alone, Dancing
* Bruno Ruviaro, Fonepoemas
* Andrei Foca-Rodi, La Mienne
* Fred Szymanski, Arkose
* M. Anthony Reimer, untitledededede
* Samuel Pellman, M45
* Oliver Carman, Metamorphosis I
* Andrew Babcock, Anagoge

Concert 14: 1:00 PM–2:00 PM, Elebash Hall

* Philip Schuessler, Supercell
* Hila Tamir-Ostrover and Iddo Aharony, Kutra Begulma
* Paul Riker, Commuter
* Richard Zarou, Ad Vitam Aeternam
* Judy Klein, railcar
* Dan VanHassel, Lush Intrinsic

Concert 15: 2:15 PM–3:15 PM, Segal Hall
Performed by Arthur Campbell, Clarinet

* Elizabeth Hoffman, through ripple glass
* Colby Leider, Twin Prime Conjecture
* Maurice Wright, Soliloquies; echoes
* Benjamin Broening, Radiance

Concert 16: 3:45 PM–4:45 PM, Elebash Hall

* Chester Udell, Brass Alchemist
* Richard McCandless, Voyager
* Jason Bolte, Noises Everywhere
* John Gibson, Blue Traces
* Dan Hosken, Dancemad
* James Paul Sain, redbird express

Concert 17: 5:00 PM–6:00 PM, Segal Hall

* Philip White, Quote the Ocean
* Heather Frasch, métal re-sculpté
* Travis Garrison, Untitled 2003
* Bryan Jacobs, A Gentle Ruin
* Jen-Kuang Chang, Drishti III
* Douglas Geers, Inanna’s Descent
* David Olan, Alborada for Oboe and Computer-generated Sounds
* Edgar Barroso, ACU

Concert 18: 7:15 PM–8:45 PM, Elebash Hall

* Juraj Kojs, Aiael’s Gold
* Braxton Sherouse, splatter, articulate, recurse
* James Dashow, Soundings in Pure Duration N.2a
* Mark Engebretson, SaxMax
* Ryan Olivier, Metronomic Hommage
* Yury Spitsyn, Enertia
* Sebastian Lexer, Dazwischen – An improvisation between the electro – acoustic

Concert 19: 9:30 PM–11:30 PM, Issue Project Room

* Jeff Herriott, dissipation of a thought
* Erik DeLuca, In
* Paul Schuette, Everything Must Come From Something
* Steven Snowden, Fathoms
* Matt Malsky, Thirteen Ways of Listening to a Loudspeaker
* Andrew Greenwald, Block.flt – (for flute and supercollider) (2009)
* Paula Matthusen, rosenthaler
* James Borchers and John Hulsey, 26 Years:1 Week:72 Hours
* Jorge Variego, “Now that you are here”
* R. Luke DuBois, Synaesthetic Object
* Andrew Nemr and Sean Hagerty, Chasing the Train

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