GADADU and Linus in the Sapphire join forces to visit three cities in three states in three days. Featuring the new GADADU quintet: Nicki Adams (keys, vocals), Hannah Selin (viola, vocals), Pat Adams (trumpet), Dan Stein (bass) and Moses Eder (drums). Click the dates below to view Facebook events:
4.30 - 3G Lounge, Philadelphia, PA
5.1 - Radio Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY
5.2 - The Batcave, Montclair, NJ
The Max/MSP patch for [in]Corporate is now available for free download, so you can generate unique versions of the piece in your own headphones/speakers.
Download the patch and instructions on the [in}Corporate page:
excited to share this stereo version of [in]Corporate, an 8-channel multimedia installation in collaboration with visual artist anne yoncha
Anne Yoncha and I just finished installing in[Corporate], a collaborative multimedia piece that explores the layering of myriad processes in the human body through an immersive forest of sound, hanging string and painted silk.
Come to the OPENING tomorrow night, 6 to 8 PM at the Tower Hill School in Wilmington, DE. Gadadu will be performing along with other musical groups as part of the opening reception.
Stay tuned for audio/video of the installation…
L I S T E N
many thanks to karen ritscher (viola) and shao-ting sun (engineer)
karen and i will be performing portions of OB live on december 22nd at andrea clearfield’s salon in philadelphia
Next Wednesday, March 13 in NYU’s Black Box Theater, Karen Ritscher will perform a KILLER program of works by all female living composers. I’ll be joining her in the premiere of Olfactory Bulbs, a suite for viola and electronics that I composed this winter.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Here are a few excerpts of an early performance of the first movement of Olfactory Bulbs, “snow on pines”:
video and live recording of trainwaves, a multimedia work that populates a postindustrial midwestern landscape with snapshots of international broadcast media
scored for: 5 to 8 instrumentalists and 2 laptop performers
electronics by the composer
many thanks to m. mazanec, l. bennett, r. larre campuzano, s. decker, s. russ, d. wasilko and k. buono for their musical presences in this performance