Thursday, March 19, 2009

when two make music with leaves...

the twin clarinetists RPPC circa 1915

i'll be doing a sound performance with artist loren chasse at new langton in san francisco this friday. the performance is connected to a beautiful exhibition called "every sound you can imagine" featuring graphic notation music scores, both historical and contemporary (i have these scores in the exhibition.)

here the blurb on the performance:

Steve Roden and Loren Chasse will create a live sound performance using a variety of humble and battery operated electronics; ancient, broken, and modified acoustic instruments; and found objects such as stones, paper, leaves, and sand. While the performance will be improvised together, each artist has prepared a graphic score for the other that will remain unseen until the performance begins.

here the pertinent info:

Friday, March 20
Doors 6pm / Performance 7:30pm
new langton arts
1246 folsom st.
san francisco, ca
415.626.5416
Entry: $10 general, $5 students, $8 members

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7 Comments:

Blogger gd said...

wow, wish i could be there for this concert.
im sure itll be great.

11:40 AM  
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5:05 AM  
Blogger Matterhorn1959 said...

Wish I could be there. Good luck and have fun! (Isn't that what art is all about, fun?)

I have some images for you and maybe more....

7:23 AM  
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12:44 PM  
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hi anonymous... yes, getting around 400 visitors a day... some people commment here, more often get emails as a response... but the sharing is good. the only reason to do it.

1:14 PM  
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9:07 AM  
Blogger ArtSparker said...

Sorry to miss you this time around.

7:26 AM  

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