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  • Saturday, March 5, 2011 - 5:00pm - Sunday, March 6, 2011 - 12:30am   map

    E#@60: Elliott Sharp & Friends at ISSUE Project Room

    Saturday, March 5, 2011 - 5:00pm - Sunday, March 6, 2011 - 12:30am   map

    Admission: $35 / FREE for members



    Elliott Sharp’s 60th birthday celebration continues with a collection of his long-time friends and collaborators performing his music at ISSUE’s current space at the Old American Can Factory. Among Sharp’s works to be performed are Flexagons (Orchestra Carbon), Octal (Elliott Sharp solo), Oligosono (Jenny Lin, piano), Bootstrappers (JG Thirwell, Anthony Coleman, Melvin Gibbs, Don McKenzie, & Sharp), Amygdala (Marco Cappelli, guitar), and an all-guitar version of Sharp’s SyndaKit. The celebration begins at 5:00 with an open Flexagons rehearsal and continues until late.

    This is the second night of a celebration of Elliott Sharp, E#@60, which begins March 4 at 110 Livingston with the premiere of Elliott’s new work for double string quartet, Occam’s Razor. Join us to celebrate our friend and supporter at this special event.

    The evening begins at 5 pm and continues until 12:30 am:

    5-7 pm: Flexagons, a new composition by Elliott Sharp performed by his Orchestra Carbon and conducted by Butch Morris: Open rehearsal and discussion. [feat. CJM]

    7:30-8:30 pm: screening of Bert Shapiro’s documentary on Sharp’s work “Doing The Don’t.”

    8:30-8:50 pm: Elliott Sharp solo: excerpts from Octal for 8-string guitarbass (20′)

    9:00-9:50 pm: Flexagons performance (45′)
    with Curtis Fowlkes-trombone, Chris McIntyre-trombone, Jenny Lin-piano, Danny Tunick-percussion, vibraphone, Kevin Ray-bass, Reuben Radding-bass, Judith Insell-viola, Rachel Golub – violin, Ha-Yang Kim-cello, Briggan Krauss – alto sax, Oscar Noriega – reeds, E#-guitar, reeds

    10:00-10:30 pm: Oligosono by Sharp: piano solo performed by Jenny Lin (20′)

    10:40-11:20 pm: Bootstrappers: JG Thirwell-electronics, Anthony Coleman-piano, Melvin Gibbs-bass, Don McKenzie-drums, E#-guitar (30′)

    11:30-11:45 pm: Amygdala by Sharp: guitar solo performed by Marco Cappelli (15′)

    12:00-12:30 am: All-Guitar SyndaKit (30′) with Ben Tyree, Marco Cappelli, Angela Babin, Marc Sloan, Ron Anderson, Zach Layton, Dave Scanlon, Debra DeSalvo, James Ilgenfritz, Anders Nilsson

  • Friday, February 25, 2011 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

  • Monday, January 17, 2011   map

    Ne(x)tworks plays Eastman @ Merkin (Ecstatic Music Festival)

    Monday, January 17, 2011   map



    Reprising its well-known realization of Julius Eastman's Stay On It, Ne(x)tworks joins a stellar line-up of today's most talked about New Music groups to help kick off the season-long series Ecstatic Music Festival at Merkin Concert Hall.

    Joan La Barbara - voice
    Shelley Burgon - harp, perc.
    Cornelius Dufallo - violin
    Miguel Frasconi - synthesizer
    Steve Gosling - piano
    Ariana Kim - violin
    Christopher McIntyre - trombone

    Guests:
    Sara Schoenbeck - bassoon
    Danny Tunick - percussion

    NY Times Review

  • Saturday, December 18, 2010 - Monday, December 20, 2010   map

  • Wednesday, December 1, 2010 - 8:00pm   map

    CJM plays Berio Sequenza V @ Darmstadt/IPR

    Wednesday, December 1, 2010 - 8:00pm   map

    Darmstadt Essential Rep: Luciano Berio’s Sequenzas I – X (1958 – 1984)
    Admission: $10 / $8 for members

    Luciano Berio (1925-2003) was an Italian composer noted for his experimental work (in particular his 1968 composition Sinfonia for voices and orchestra and his series of numbered solo pieces titled Sequenza) and also for his pioneering work in electronic music. Luciano Berio has always looked at his Sequenzas as building blocks among his other compositions. These solo works, sometimes written for specific performers, exist as elements of other, larger works or as platforms upon which he’s built extensive structures.

    Line-up includes: Claire Chase (flute), Shelley Burgon (harp), Daisy Press (voice), Stephen Gosling (piano), Chris McIntyre (trombone), John Pickford Richards (viola), James Austin Smith (oboe), Jennifer Choi (violin), Joshua Rubin (clarinet), and Gareth Flowers (trumpet).

    More Info: http://bit.ly/chN59q

    NY Times Review


    (Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times)

    Darmstadt 2010 Essential Repertoire
  • Thursday, November 18, 2010 - 8:00pm   map

    Ne(x)tworks @ Greenwich House

    Thursday, November 18, 2010 - 8:00pm   map



    North River Music Series - Ne(x)tworks

    Greenwich House Ensemble-In-Residence Kick-off Event
    Ne(x)tworks Live Vol.1 Release Event
    Preview of ensemble material from CJM's Smithson Project

    Program
    Arthur Russell - Singing Tractors (pages 1 & 2) (ca. 1987)
    Jon Gibson - Multiples (1972)
    Edgard Varese - untitled graphic score (ca. 1957)
    Leroy Jenkins - Space Minds, New Worlds, Survival of America (1979)
    Christopher McIntyre - Preview of material from Smithson Project (2010/11)

    Personnel
    Joan La Barbara (voice), Shelley Burgon (harp, baritone guitar, laptop), Cornelius Dufallo (violin), Miguel Frasconi (keyboard, laptop), Ariana Kim (violin), Stephen Gosling (piano, keyboard), Chris McIntyre (trombone)
    Guests: Anthony Coleman (piano [Jenkins]), Ha-Yang Kim (cello), Danny Tunick (percussion)

    www.nextworksmusic.net

  • Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm   map

    David First CD Relase Party @ Experimental Intermedia

    Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm   map



    The evening will include a special performance of First’s “A Bet on Transcendence Favors the House” by Jane Scarpantoni/cello, Christopher McIntyre/trombone, Peter Zummo/trombone & D. First/guitar &...laptop with visuals by Katherine Liberovskaya (approx 9:30pm).

    For this evening only the 3-CD set will be available for the special price ...of $20.00

    Privacy Issues (droneworks 1996-2009) XI 134
    (3 CDs for the price of 2)

    Featuring Chris McIntyre and Peter Zummo, trombones; “Blue” Gene Tyranny, keyboards; and The Black Jackets Ensemble.

    “This was something unexpected and truly different: pulsing electronic textures that derived their rhythm from the beating patterns of closely-tune pitches – as if Alvin Lucier and Philip Glass had gone on a blind date to CBGBs… David put the beat in beating patterns.”- From the liner notes by composer Nic Collins (on his initial exposure to First’s music in 1987)

    http://xirecords.org/134.shtml
    http://www.newmusicbox.org/article.nmbx?id=6595


  • Friday, October 15, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm   map

    Ne(x)tworks (Burgon/Gosling/McIntyre) play Stockhausen @ Triple Canopy Benefit

    Friday, October 15, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm   map

    Members of Ne(x)tworks, including Shelley Burgon (harp, elec.), Stephen Gosling (synth), and Chris McIntyre (trombone, synth) come together to support the Brooklyn-based online arts magazine Triple Canopy. The trio will present a selection from Karlheinz Stockhausen's legendary text works Aus Den Sieben Tagen

    Steady Orbits

    a benefit for Triple Canopy

    177 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, NY · 7 pm · October 15, 2010


    Premier support: $45, entry at 7 p.m.
    Buy Tickets
    http://canopycanopycanopy.com
    http://177livingston.org/

    Donation includes a limited-edition print by Dexter Sinister, cocktails, light fare, and all performances.

    Join us for a night of performances to benefit Triple Canopy. Steady Orbits will feature an interactive scale model of the solar system by Matt Mullican; a storytelling and lightbox performance by Ellie Ga; a video program organized by curator Gary Carrion-Murayari; DJ sets by Javelin and Jon Santos; performances by the ensemble Ne(x)tworks, which will play a selection from Karlheinz Stockhausen's Aus den sieben Tagen (1968), and the band Psychobuildings, with a set designed by Ryan Johnson and Kevin Zucker. Steady Orbits also marks the launch of Triple Canopy issue 10 and the magazine's redesign.

    Ne(x)tworks at Triple Canopy benefit
  • Thursday, September 23, 2010 - Saturday, September 25, 2010   map

    TILT Brass @ Whitney Museum (Christian Marclay: Festival)

    Thursday, September 23, 2010 - Saturday, September 25, 2010   map

    A quartet of TILT Brass players will play renown visual and sound artist Christian Marclay's 1985 work "Through the Looking Glass" as well as wall mounted graphic scores on Wed., Sept. 23, Thu., Sept 24, and Fri., 25, through 26 during the exhibition "Christian Marclay: Festival" at the Whitney Museum. The show runs from July 1 to September 26. More info at http://whitney.org/Exhibitions/ChristianMarclay

    TILT Creative Brass Band
  • Tuesday, August 24, 2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

  • Friday, August 13, 2010 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm   map

  • Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT SIXtet @ The Stone

    Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 8:00pm   map

  • Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 8:00pm - 9:00pm   map

    TILT SIXtet @ The Stone

    Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 8:00pm - 9:00pm   map

    TILT Brass presents its SIXtet project playing a work by Anthony Coleman as well as the launch of a collaboration with Santa Fe-based composer, saxophonist, and video artist Chris Jonas, previewing music and video from the new intermedia work Cities (GARDEN, Chapter 2). More info at HERE

    TILT SIXtet and friends (L to R - Anthony Coleman, Chris McIntyre, Russ Johnson, John Altieri, Joe Exely, Nate Wooley, Curtis Hasselblring, Chris Jonas)
    (L to R - Anthony Coleman, Chris McIntyre, Russ Johnson, John Altieri, Joe Exely, Nate Wooley, Curtis Hasselblring, Chris Jonas)

  • Saturday, May 15, 2010   map

    TILT Brass w/ John King @ Roulette

    Saturday, May 15, 2010   map



    tiltbrass.org
    johnkingmusic.com

    JOHN KING’S “10 MYSTERIES” CD RELEASE AT ROULETTE NYC, MAY 15, 2010

    Members of TILT Brass (Russ Johnson, trumpet; Rachel Drehmann, horn; Chris McIntyre, trombone; Joe Exley, tuba) join the string quartet Crucible (Cornelius Dufallo and Chris Otto, violins; John King, viola; and Alex Waterman, cello) to perform the music of composer John King at NYC’s Roulette.
    Roulette (www.roulette.org) is located at 20 Greene Street, NYC, between Canal and Grand.
    Tickets are $15/$10 and can be reserved at 212.219.8242.
    Admission is free to Roulette members.

    Earlier this year, John King released his second CD, “10 Mysteries” on John Zorn’s Tzadik label. King has 2 previous CD releases of music for string quartet; AllSteel (Tzadik) and Ethel (Cantaloupe). Featuring passionate and inspiring performances by the remarkable quartet Crucible with King himself on viola, the music on 10 Mysteries jumps from moment to moment with lightening speed and an organic sense of form. In his second CD on Tzadik he again embraces rock, jazz, blues and other popular styles in an energetic and colorful program for string quartet.

    Crucible will also be joined by the TILT Brass and Charlotte Dobbs, soprano, for the world premiere of SAPPHO presto chango. These 12 short arias are based on the poem fragments of Sappho which are to be performed as an independent layer to the instrumental ensemble. To end the evening, pianist Jenny Lin will perform King's petite ouverture en forme de mErCE CunninGHAm, a piece written for Merce in honor of his 90th birthday.

    Crucible features New York string luminaries Cornelius Dufallo, Chris Otto and Alex Waterman, who perform with such groups as Ethel, the JACK Quartet and the Either/Or Ensemble.

    Led by trombonist and composer Chris McIntyre, Brooklyn-based TILT Brass is a versatile collective of brass and percussion artists that present works ranging from the historical avant garde to commissioned works by composers such as James Tenney, Anthony Coleman, and Lois V. Vierk.
     

  • Thursday, April 29, 2010 - 8:00pm   map

    Ne(x)tworks plays La Barbara @ Interpretations/Roulette

    Thursday, April 29, 2010 - 8:00pm   map


    Ne(x)tworks performs Joan La Barbara
    An excerpt from Angels, Demons and other Muses, an opera-in-progress

    nextworksmusic.net

    Roulette 20 Greene Street (between Canal and Grand, NYC)
    General admission: $15 /$10 students, seniors, Harvestworks & DTW members
    Free for Roulette and Location One members
    For reservations, call (212) 219-8242.

    
Joan La Barbara’s new opera-in-progress Angels, Demons, and other Muses is inspired in part by the dreams of Joseph Cornell, intricate word turnings of Virginia Woolf, and psychological twists of Poe. The performance features the ensemble Ne(x)tworks, which includes violist Kenji Bunch, harpist Shelley Burgon, cellist Yves Dharamraj, violinist and director Cornelius Dufallo, glass instrumentalist Miguel Frasconi, pianist Stephen Gosling,violinist Ariana Kim, and trombonist Chris McIntyre.

     

  • Tuesday, April 20, 2010 - Thursday, April 22, 2010  

    2010 MATA Festival - Sound Works

    Tuesday, April 20, 2010 - Thursday, April 22, 2010  

    MATA Sound Works
    Tuesday, April 20 - Thursday, April 22



    LPR Gallery Bar
    6pm – 7:25pm
    FREE EVENTS

    Matthew WrightTotem for Gobi-New York [2010] (World Premiere) 2010 MATA Festival Commission
    Antye GreieWORDS ARE MISSING or Six Ears, I’d Like To Have [2010] (World Premiere)
    Bjørn Erik HaugenREGRESS [2008]
    Christopher McIntyre – Monuments (I. Alogon, II. Kalimpong Khor) [2010] (World Premiere)

    MATA continues its annual presentation of sound works with daily presentations of multi-channel audio and video installations in Le Poisson Rouge’s Gallery Bar.

  • Monday, April 19, 2010 - Friday, April 23, 2010   map

  • Sunday, April 18, 2010 - 8:30pm - 10:00pm   map

  • Friday, March 26, 2010 - 8:00pm - Saturday, March 27, 2010 - 10:00pm   map

    EITHER/OR SPRING FESTIVAL 2010

    Friday, March 26, 2010 - 8:00pm - Saturday, March 27, 2010 - 10:00pm   map

    EITHER/OR SPRING FESTIVAL 2010
    www.eitherormusic.org

    March 26, 2010,8 PM
    March 27, 2010, 8 PM

    Tenri Cultural Institute
    43A W13th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues
    Tickets: $15 ($10 students/seniors)

    Either/Or is proud to announce the line-up for our 5th Annual Spring Festival of New Music. The 2010 Either/Or Festival features two nights of compelling new chamber music from around the world including world premieres from Trevor Baca (US, Jezek Prize Commission), Martin Iddon (UK), and Erik Griswold (US/Australia). US premieres on the two concerts will include music of Richard Barrett (UK), Eve Beglarian (US), Alex Hills (UK), Karin Rehnqvist (Sweden), and Rebecca Saunders (UK/Germany).

    Friday, March 26
    
Richard Barrett – EARTH* for trombone and percussion (1987-1988)
    
Rebecca Saunders - duo 3, parts i & iii* for viola and percussion (1999/2001)
    
György Kurtág - Splinters, op. 6c for cimbalom (1973) and other works
    
Klaus Lang – zwillingsgipfel for flute and piano (2003)
    
Karin Rehnqvist – Beginning* for piano trio (2003)

    Saturday, March 27
    
Trevor Bača - Mon seul désir** for flute, clarinet, violin, and cello (2010)
    
Eve Beglarian - Play Nice for cimbalom (1997/2010)
    
Martin Iddon – Danaë** for violin, viola, and cello (2010)
    Louis Andriessen - Workers' Union for ensemble (1977)
    Alex Hills - Knight's Move* for cello and percussion (2008/9)
    Erik Griswold - New Work** for flute, clarinet, violin, and cello (2010)

    ** World premiere
    * US premiere

    Benjamin Baron - clarinet
    Richard Carrick - piano, conductor
    Stephanie Griffin - viola
    Margaret Lancaster - flutes
    Chris McIntyre - trombone
    Esther Noh - violin
    David Shively - cimbalom, percussion
    Alex Waterman - cello

    This concert is made possible by the generous support of the BMI Foundation,the Harry and Alice Eiler Foundation, and Meet the Composer's Cary New Music Performance Fund and the Music Department of New York University (FAS). Either/Or is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.
     

  • Wednesday, March 10, 2010 - 8:30pm - 10:00pm   map

  • Wednesday, March 3, 2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    TILT Creative Brass Band @ ISSUE Project Room

    Wednesday, March 3, 2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 8pm

    To TILT: Original Music for TILT Brass [Part 2] feat. 10-piece TILT Creative Brass Band
    @
    Issue Project Room [website]
    232 3rd Street
    Brooklyn, NY
    [directions]
     

    On Wednesday, February 10, the 10-piece Brooklyn-based group TILT Creative Brass Band presents the second installment of its on-going series To TILT: Original Music for TILT Brass which focuses solely on repertoire written for the organization's distinctive ensembles (CBB and 6-piece SIXtet) at ISSUE Project Room. The program features works by a stellar group of composer/performers including Downtown legend Anthony Coleman, trumpet virtuoso Dave Ballou, avant-cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum, Gold Sparkle's Charles Waters (featuring virtuoso improviser Mick Rossi on piano), and TILT Director Chris McIntyre. TILT CBB features an extraordinary line-up of creative musicians including trumpeters Nate Wooley and Gareth Flowers, trombonists Joe Feidler and Jacob Garchik, and and percussionist Kevin Norton.

    PROGRAM
    Anthony Coleman - Set Into Motion (2005)
    Charles Waters - 3 Mysteries [Concertimento #12] (2007)
    >>featuring Mick Rossi on piano
    Taylor Ho Bynum - preharmonic, postchordal, revamped (2007)
    Chris McIntyre - Foliation (for Suzanne) (2009)
    Dave Ballou - Concerto for TILT (2003)

    PERSONNEL
    Creative Brass Band:
    Trumpet - Nate Wooley, Gareth Flowers, Andy Kozar
    French Horn - Rachel Drehmann
    Trombone - Chris McIntyre
    Bass Trombone - Jacob Garchik
    Tuba - Ron Caswell
    Percussion - Kevin Norton
    Conductor - Greg Evans
    Special Guest:
    Mick Rossi - piano soloist on Waters
    >>>Listen to Creative Brass Band

    Christenson
    TILT Creative Brass Band
    Brooklyn based TILT Creative Brass Band (TCBB) is a beautifully strange combination of military brass band and Downtown repertoire ensemble. The group has presented concerts since January 2003 at venues ranging from Whitney Museum to Barbes in Brooklyn. Since its inception, TCBB has fearlessly taken on works from the fringes of experimental concert music, tongue-in-cheek agitprop, and hybrid scores combining notation and improvisation. The group frequently presents entire programs of original works by its composer/performer members (Kevin Norton, Curtis Hasselbring, Nate Wooley, among others) and colleagues from the field, including legendary pianist Anthony Coleman (released on Tzadik), Doctor Nerve's Nick Didkovsky, multi-instrumentist Charles Waters, and cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum.

    In addition, the Creative Brass Band is committed to presenting works from the experimental tradition, ranging from a Varése graphic score from the late 50's and selections from James Tenney's Postal Pieces to works by Fredric Rzewski (Les Mounton de Panurge) and early John Adams (Light Over Water). In June '09, TCBB kicked off a new on-going series of programs called New York Noise which presents historical and current works by important composers from the Downtown community and its ancestors such as Elliott Sharp, Lois V. Vierk, and Rhys Chatham. In 2010, the group will present several programs at ISSUE Project Room and will record and release its current To TILT repertoire.

    Mick Rossi
    Pianist, percussionist, and composer Mick Rossi’s diverse accomplishments include: being among “the most courageous, gifted, and charismatic musicians" of the New York Downtown scene (AllAboutJazz); a long-time Philip Glass collaborator and member of the ensemble as pianist, percussionist, and conductor; and working with artists from Dave Douglas to Kelly Clarkson to Leonard Cohen. He recently conducted Book of Longing at the Sydney Opera House, and performed Einstein at the Beach at Carnegie Hall and Koyaanisqatsi at the Hollywood Bowl. Recent recordings include One Block From Planet Earth (OmniTone), and They Have A Word For Everything (Knitting Factory). His recent concert at Le Poisson Rouge presenting his latest and ninth recording Songs From The Broken Land (Orange Mountain Music) was featured in the NY Times.
  • Friday, January 22, 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm   map

    Film: Premiere of "Monuments" by Redmond Entwistle (orig. music by CJM) @ Art In General

    Friday, January 22, 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm   map

    Friday, January 22, 6-8pm
    Opening Party for Double-Bill
    Featuring Monuments, a new film by Redmond Entwistle

    (Original music by CJM)
    Runs from Jan 22–Mar 20
    @
    Art in General [website]
    79 Walker Street
    New York NY 10013
    [gmap]

    “Double-Bill” is a group exhibition curated by New Commissions artist Redmond Entwistle that includes his new film Monuments along with works by Mary Billyou, Suzanne Goldenberg, Rafael Sanchez, and Kathleen White. Using seating salvaged from various defunct cinema spaces, a temporary cinema will be assembled in the gallery featuring twice-daily screenings of Monuments as well as two series of films. The first series is about the early New York film avant-garde and the second is a selection of recent film and video work by artists including Marianna Ellenberg, Erik Moskowitz and Amanda Trager, Raha Raissna and Stom Sogo.

    Starting with Monuments, a retelling of the story of Post-Minimalism and its relationship to New York and New Jersey in the vein of comic horror, “Double-Bill” brings together a series of works that share B-cinema’s ethics and dilemmas of autonomous production and its achievement of magical and critical effects through minimal means. These works are interspersed with and interrupt the makeshift cinema. A projection booth will be at the entrance to the gallery and on the wall of the booth are a series of text paintings by Mary Billyou. Behind the cinema screen and lit by studio lights is Rafael Sanchez and Kathleen White’s ongoing assemblage and street performance Book Sale. Intermingled with, and obstructing the collection of, cinema seating are Suzanne Goldenberg’s paper, wood and cloth sculptures.

  • Wednesday, January 13, 2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    MATA Interval 3.1: Architectures of Sound @ ISSUE Project Room

    Wednesday, January 13, 2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    Wednesday, January 13, 8pm

    MATA Interval 3.1: Architectures of Sound [website]
    David Kant & Cameron Hu, curators
    @
    Issue Project Room [website]
    232 3rd Street
    Brooklyn, NY
    [gmap]

    Every musical event is accompanied by an often unacknowledged and yet not-so-silent partner. The built environment reflects, refracts, and remakes sound, and performer and audience act and listen under the influence of its formal language. Architectures of Sound assembles an evening of unusual performances that attend to this convergence of sound and built space. Artists Casey Thomas Anderson, G. Douglas Barrett, Anthony Ptak, Charles Stankievech, Jacob Sudol, Michael Winter, and curators Cameron Hu and David Kant will present new work that interacts with the singularities of the performance space - its materiality, its geometric form, its historical specters and its vanishing present.


     

  • Friday, January 8, 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm   map

    Video: Premiere of "Surfaces of Constant Time" by José Alvarez (orig. music by CJM) @ Ratio 3, San Francisco

    Friday, January 8, 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm   map

    Friday, January 8th, 6-8PM
    Jose Alvarez – Surfaces of Constant Time
    (Original music by CJM)
    @
    Ratio 3 Gallery [website]
    1447 Stevenson Street
    San Francisco, CA 94103
    [gmap]
    GALLERY HOURS: WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY; 11am - 6pm, and by appointment.

    "The central work in the exhibition is Surfaces Of Constant Time, a new eight-minute video in which an amorphous shape fluidly breaks down into smaller units of color, melding together in constant motion, regrouping, evolving, and transforming into unexpected configurations. Paired with a soundtrack by Chris McIntyre, this video takes Alvarez’s whole concept into a shape-shifting and ever-evolving engagement."
     

  • Saturday, November 21, 2009 - 10:00pm - 11:00pm   map

    Cage "Concert for Piano and Orchestra" @ Mode Records Benefit, Abrons Art Center

    Saturday, November 21, 2009 - 10:00pm - 11:00pm   map

    Cage "Concert for Piano and Orchestra" @ Mode Records Benefit, Abrons Art Center CJM joins all-star line-up to perform John Cage's Concert for Piano and Orchesrta (1957/58) during a benefit event for Mode Records at Abrons Art Center.

  • Saturday, November 21, 2009 - 8:30pm - 9:30pm   map

    McIntyre/Drungle Duo @ Ibeam's Ignite A Noise Seires

    Saturday, November 21, 2009 - 8:30pm - 9:30pm   map

    McIntyre/Drungle Duo
    Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009, 8:30, $10

    Ibeam Music
    168 7th Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    [gmap]

    First duo set with CJM on trombone and composer/pianist/metabolist Pete Drungle on piano.
    ibeambrooklyn.com
    igniteanoise.com
     

  • Sunday, November 15, 2009 - 4:00pm - 7:00pm   map

    7X7 Trombones play Suzanne Fiol Memorial @ St. Ann's Church, Bklyn

    Sunday, November 15, 2009 - 4:00pm - 7:00pm   map

    The 7x7 Trombones will gather to play Rzewski's the Last Judgement at a memorial for Suzanne Fiol, founder of Issue Project Room.

  • Wednesday, November 11, 2009 - 8:30pm - 10:00pm   map

    TILT Brass @ Roulette (Creative Brass Band & SIXtet)

    Wednesday, November 11, 2009 - 8:30pm - 10:00pm   map

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    Wednesday, Nov. 11th, 8:30pm

    Roulette Intermedium []
    20 Greene Street, NYC [g-map]

    Chris McIntyre presents
    To TILT: Original Music for TILT Brass


    Composer, trombonist, and producer Chris McIntyre presents New York-based TILT Brass' two projects, TILT SIXtet and TILT Creative Brass Band, with a full evening of extraordinary new Downtown brass music. This event kicks off TILT's on-going concert series To TILT: Original Music for TILT Brass. To TILT focuses solely on repertoire written for TILT's distinctive ensembles, with works that often embrace the playerly, composed/improvised hybrid aesthetic developed in New York's Downtown scene over the past 40 years. The Roulette program features 3 world premieres, 2 for SIXtet by the legendary Anthony Coleman and pianist/composer Pete Drungle, and the third by McIntyre for the 10-piece Creative Brass Band. Also featured are pieces by TILT Brass members (Curtis Hasselbring, Nate Wooley) and its esteemed colleagues John King and Nick Didkovsky. The personnel for this special event is filled with some of the best all-around instrumentalist/artists New York City has to offer, including Kevin Norton, Joe Fiedler, Russ Johnson, John Clark, Gareth Flowers, Jacob Garchik, and both Hasselbring and Wooley.


    Complete Info (including video of Didkovsky) HERE

    PROGRAM
    SIXtet
    Anthony Coleman - premiere of new work
    Pete Drungle - premiere of new work
    John King - Baghdad Blues (In Memorium James Tenney)

    Creative Brass Band
    Nick Didkovsky - Stink Up! (Evolved Form)
    Curtis Hasselbring - untitled
    Nate Wooley - There was this shadow, this double
    Chris McIntyre - premiere of new work

    PERSONNEL
    SIXtet:

    Trumpet - Russ Johnson, Nate Wooley
    Trombone - Curtis Hasselbring, Chris McIntyre
    Tuba - Joe Exley, John Altieri
    >>>Listen to SIXtet

    Creative Brass Band:
    Trumpet - Russ Johnson, Gareth Flowers, Rich Johnson
    French Horn - John Clark, Rachel Drehmann
    Trombone - Joe Fiedler, Chris McIntyre
    Bass Trombone - Jacob Garchik
    Tuba - Ron Caswell
    Percussion - Kevin Norton
    Conductor - Greg Evans
    >>>Listen to Creative Brass Band

  • Saturday, October 31, 2009 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

  • Friday, August 21, 2009 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map