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Live Stage: I Remember Fred [us Chicago]

fred-anderson-trio-at-estrada.jpgI Remember Fred :: October 8, 2010; 9:30 – 11:30 pm :: The Velvet Lounge, 67 E. Cermak Rd., Chicago, IL .

I Remember Fred is a concert that celebrates the life and work of the great tenor saxophonist Fred Anderson, who passed away earlier this year. This concert takes place at the legendary Velvet Lounge, which has been an important venue for creative music in Chicago over the years. Compositions being commissioned in Fred’s memory are part of this concert. Performers include:

• 1st set: Paul Hartsaw (tenor and soprano saxophones), Jim Baker (keyboards), Brian Sandstrom (bass), and Damon Short (drums)
• 2nd set: Douglas Ewart (saxophones), Ed Roberson (poetry), Renée Baker (violin and viola), and special guests

Sep 26, 2010
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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: Steve Lehman at GASP [us Brookline, MA]

dynapod-intro.jpgGASP Gallery Presents: STEVE LEHMAN :: March 14, 2008; 8:00 pm :: GASP Gallery, 362-4 Boylston St., Brookline, MA.

“Probing the furthest frontiers of rhythm science, alto saxophonist Steve Lehman represents some of the most advanced compositional thinking in jazz today. A child of the avant-garde, he’s a former student and bandmate of Anthony Braxton and a member of Fieldwork, the collaborative trio with piano visionary Vijay Iyer. Lehman’s 2005 outing Demian as Posthuman, featuring Meshell Ndegeocello, is a study in splintered soundscapes and mind-altering beats.” – Philadelphia Weekly Continue reading

Mar 11, 2008
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Live Stage: Month of Sundays [uk London]

monthofsundays.jpgRESONANCE 104.4 FM A MONTH OF SUNDAYS :: Broadcasting a series of live programmes from the stage at The Corsica Studios every Sunday in July. In the style of Robert Altman’s recent film ‘A Prairie Home Companion’, the audience contribute to their favourite Resonancefm shows and programme-makers adapt their usual shows for the stage :: 8pm – 12midnight (doors open 7:30) :: Corsica Art Studios – Nearest Tube: Elephant and Castle :: £7 on the door.

We invite our most efferent comedians such as Simon Munnery, sound artists such as David Toop and renowned artist Bob and Roberta Smith (Apathy Band) returning radio to the live theatre. Dexter Bentley presents an open bike night show with the audience as batteries and Jonny Trunk brings his convivial auction to the floor. Continue reading

Jun 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Neil Leonard [Boston, MA]

leonard_27.jpgNeil Leonard live at Cloud Place: May 5, 2pm :: Cloud Foundation, 647 Boylston st., second floor, Boston, MA.

For the past twenty years, Neil Leonard has used the computer to redefine jazz performance. Along the way, he has created a number of custom software-based systems to extract thematic material from his improvisations to allow a computer to respond and jam with him in real-time. Leonard’s work as a cutting-edge technologist is grounded in years of performance and studies with seminal jazz composers Bob Brookmeyer and George Russell. Continue reading

Apr 30, 2007
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Free Noise Tour

yellowswans.jpgFREE NOISE: Evan Parker / Yellow Swans / John Wiese / C. Spencer Yeh / Paul Hession / Metalux / John Edwards / Culver :: A unique collaboration featuring major names from the burgeoning noise and free jazz scenes. This tour brings together the revolutionary genius at the heart of both of these unorthodox musics for a visceral and revelatory journey through the sonic spectrum. Expect riotous freeform squalls, minimalist meditations and breathtaking cliffs of extreme volume. To listen to sample tracks and for full booking details go here.

Free Noise is a unique collaboration featuring major names from the burgeoning noise and free jazz scenes. Continue reading

Apr 30, 2007
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