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Live Stage: RE:COMPOSITION [us Los Angeles + online]

john-cage.jpgFreewaves and Kaleidoscope of Pacific Standard Time announce the Los Angeles presentation of RE:COMPOSITION, a thematic program of four new performances dedicated to the liberating spirit of California-native John Cage’s centenary in 2012. :: January 27-28, 2012; 8:00 pm :: Southern California Institute of Architecture (SciArc), 960 E. 3rd Street + Parking Lot: 350 Merrick Street between Traction and 4th, Los Angeles, CA + live stream via

Conceived and produced by independent curator Julie Lazar, RE:COMPOSITION considers how current compositional practices are enabling artists in a variety of disciplines to re-conceive or reconstitute aspects of their art production. Continue reading

Jan 22, 2012
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Live Stage: Headphones Festival [se Västernorrland]

203473_235112426505460_5843977_n.jpgCall for Proposals: Headphones Festival :: July 2, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 a.m. :: Lab Gallery, Knivskärargränd, Sollefteå, Västernorrland, Sweden + online :: CALL is for sound piece, poem, voice performance, experimental music or theatre.. *30 minute set for each performer/player.

To participate, subscribe in the schedule here Subscribe with your name, title and weblink. Plus, send an email to labgallery [at] to confirm and obtain precision information about some technical matters so you will be able to play your online remote performance. Continue reading

Jun 19, 2011
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Live Stage: Telematic Jazz Explorations [us NY, CA]

jaz.jpgInspiraling:Telematic Jazz Explorations @ NYU – UCSD :: June 13, 2010; 7:00 PM (EDT) :: Music Technology Program, Steinhardt School, New York University, 35 W. 4th Street, 6th Floor, New York + Calit2, University of California San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA.

An unprecedented concert of new jazz works with renowned composers and performers for the telematic music medium. Telematic music is real-time performance via the internet by musicians in different geographic locations. Performers will be located in New York and San Diego, playing together as one trans-continental ensemble in real-time and “real-space”. There will be local audiences as well as a world-wide webcast. The music explores elements of jazz fused with artistic properties of telematic technology including multiplicity, heterophony, swing, polyphony, synchronicity, and nodality. The transparent densities and intensities are manifested to create this new music reality of telematic jazz. Continue reading

Jun 13, 2010
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Live Stage: Electronic Music Concert 04 [de Berlin]

elec.jpgElectronic Music Concert 04 :: June 27, 2010; 2:00 – 8:00 pm :: Theaterkapelle, Boxhagener Strasse 99, 10245 Berlin Friedrichshain, Germany :: For our off-site audience: Realtime streaming service through USTREAM MIGHT happen. Please check here for the streaming address.

Lineup: Bernd Schurer (CH) Zurich :: Daisuke Ishida (JP) Berlin :: Lee Gamble (UK) London :: Martin Supper (DE) Berlin :: Yutaka Makino (JP) Berlin.

Bernd Schurer (CH): My artistic focus lies on the work with sound in a broad spectrum of different contexts: a constant shift, although, mostly investigating the experiential relationship between sound and what one would generally describe as space. Continue reading

Jun 12, 2010
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Live Stage: ResoNations [us NYC + online]

resonations.jpgResoNations Panel Access Grid Video Teleconference :: April 9, 2010; 4:00 – 5:30 pm EDT :: 35 West 4th Street, 6th Floor Conference Room, New York, New York (see additional sites below).

Presented by the Music Technology Program Lecture Series, Steinhardt School, New York University, ResoNations Panel Access Grid Video Teleconference is an international videoconference on the groundbreaking international telematic music concert for peace, ResoNations. Panelists will make presentations on the ResoNations concert and the ongoing project. Performance highlights will be shown. Local and online international audiences will participate in discussion.

ResoNations was an international telematic music concert for peace November 21, 2009 performed by twenty-six renowned musicians in five international locations: Continue reading

Mar 17, 2010
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Live Stage: The Wave – Opus 1 [de Berlin]

wave.jpgThe WAVE – Opus 1 :: February 4, 2010; 8:00 .m :: betahaus, Prinzessinnenstraße 19-20, 10969 Berlin :: live webstreaming here.

WAVE Berlin Panel Discussion 8-10pm: « Innovative Artistic and Economic Practices » with I-Wei li, Christine Kriegerowski, Claudia Burbaum, Ela Kagel, Eva Emenlauer-Blömers, Matthias Reichelt, Mike Stubbs, Tonia Welter.

WJ-SPOTS Berlin 10 PM to midnight: « 15 Years of Artistic Creation on the Internet » with Anne Roquigny, I-Wei Li, Pierre Bongiovanni, Helen Thorington, Marie Petit, Maria Ptqk, Per Platou, Hans Bernhard, Isabelle Arvers, Anne Laforet.

WAVE Berlin Panel Discussion: Fluctuations in the economy have become similar to global climate warnings: nobody knows exactly what will happen tomorrow, or whether the future will be bleak or bright. Uncertainty seems to become the only certain rule. Continue reading

Jan 19, 2010
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Live Stage: Critics Floating in Virtual Space [nl Amsterdam + online]

[Image: Network visualization of the Documenta 12 Magazines project] Critics Floating in the Virtual Sphere: Will Art Criticism Survive the Digital Age? — International Seminar :: December 9, 2009; 2:00 -5:00 pm :: De Balie, Amsterdam and Live webcast.

The digital revolution has profound effects on the status of art criticism. With newspapers and other printed media in decline, the traditional platform for critical reflection on art has shrunk or shifted towards electronic (web-based) media. Continue reading

Nov 20, 2009
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SMC Conference Webcasts [pt Porto]

smc.jpgSome scientific sessions and some concerts of the ongoing SMC 2009 Conference — July 22-25, 2009 at the Casa da Música, Porto, Portugal — will be transmitted in real-time on the internet via the webcast platform of the Casa da Música, where the conference is taking place. Here is the programme of the webcast:

The Curators’ Concert, including works with live electronics, re-animated electronic circuitry, network performance and improvisation — July 22; 22:00 (Portugal time) Continue reading

Jul 22, 2009
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Net_Music_Weekly: social [ music] [online]

social_music.jpgsocial [ music] — by Jason Sloan — is a new improvised network sound project and performance which utilizes the MySpace Music social network as its core sound library. Sloan will webcast a live set from his studio in Baltimore on June 25, 2009; 8:00 pm [EST].

“Recently, I’ve been interested in the the connections created through the MySpace Music social network. By navigating the “Friends Space” link section on each member’s page, reminiscent of web 1.0 webrings, the user can access an interconnected network of that artists influences, friends and label mates, allowing them to discover new artists and different genres of music. Most of the pages feature a jukebox with samples of the musicians work which automatically begin to play once the page has finished loading. Continue reading

Jun 10, 2009
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Live Stage: Net vs. Net Collective [us Stanford + online]

netvsnet_logo_red.jpgNet vs. Net Collective — Networked Concert involving 5 sites :: June 3, 2009; 12:30 pm (PST; 20:30 UK Time) :: CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, 660 Lomita Dr., Stanford, CA :: Live stream.

The Net vs. Net Collective presents a networked concert with music composed and performed by several of the most prominent practitioners of the art of network music around the world. Remote acoustics, distributed animated scores, virtual worlds and mechanical remotely controlled pianos are among the repertoire. Pieces by Pauline Oliveros (New York), Chris Chafe (Banff, Canada) Pedro Rebelo, Franziska Schroeder, Justin Yang (Belfast), Mark Applebaum, Juan-Pablo Caceres, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano, Robert Hamilton (Stanford) and Alain Renaud (Bournemouth, UK) will be featured. Continue reading

Jun 3, 2009
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