A few events in October and into November, for me.
Since there are so many words, so much text, I make a digest, with just the names of places and cities, websites, first.
All events, except one, are within two weeks from now.
Oct 14 – The Red Room, Baltimore – http://www.redroom.org/
Oct 15 – Bowerbird Presents GATE @ The Rotunda, Philadelphia – www.bowerbird.org/
Oct 16 – Electric Temple Presents: Drone Marathon http://www.issueprojectroom.org/
Oct 24 – Pianos, 158 Ludlow St, New York
Oct 27 – PN live on WFMU 93.9, noon to 3pm
Oct 31 – Ear to the Earth Festival, at Loewe Theatre, NYU, NYC
Nov 19 – St.Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch, London – http://bit.ly/PR-Niblock-TA
Experimental Music and Film at The Red Room, 425 E. 31st Street, Baltimore, Md. 21218
Thursday, October 14th, $6 Doors open at 8:30
Curated by John Berndt
A night of Experimental Artists from New York
with Phill Niblock, Katherine Liberovskaya and Al Margolis (If, Bwana)
Bowerbird Presents GATE @ The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
October 15th, Friday, 8pm; FREE
PHILL NIBLOCK, KATHERINE LIBEROVSKAYA and AL MARGOLIS (IF, BWANA)
Curated by Dustin Hurt
October 16 2:00pm until 2am – Electric Temple Presents: Drone Marathon http://www.issueprojectroom.org/
At ISSUE PROJECT ROOM , the Old American Can Factory 232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor Brooklyn, NY 11215
Electric Temple will present a day long musical event focusing on contemporary performers working with long sustained tones and sounds. The program will feature 6 musicians curating segments of the event. Audience members are welcome to come and go as they please.
Sets curated by Phill Niblock, with:
Music: David First, Leslie Ross, Al Margolis (If Bwana), Phill Niblock Images: Katherine Liberovskaya, Richard Garet, Phill Niblock
Marcia Bassett with Margarida Garcia and Barry Weisblat, Aki Onda
Kyle Bobby Dunn
Ancient Ocean/Tom Carter/Century Plants
Sunday, October 24 at 8:00pm
NewIdeas MusicSeries II, curated by Michael Waller
Pianos, 158 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002, FREE
Michael J. Schumacher + Nisi Jacobs (11:10 pm)
Phill Niblock + Katherine Liberovskaya with Shelley Hirsch (10:20 pm)
Tom Chiu (9:40 pm)
Michael Vincent Waller (9:00 pm)
Richard Garet (8:20 pm)
October 27, noon to three – Kurt Gottschalk hosts Phill Niblock on WFMU 93.9, live, playing music by PN and a few hours of PN’s Jazz Faves
“Just prior to his appearance at the Ear to the Earth Festival in NYC, drone pioneer Phill Niblock will pay a visit to the WFMU studios to chat and guest DJ. While his own music is noted for its length and stillness (he does a 6-hour concert at his loft every December), Niblock is a huge fan of early jazz and bebop, and will be bringing some of his favorite high-speed saxophone music to play on the air. “ KG
Miniature Minotaur Radio, Wednesdays at Noon – a link to listen to the live stream or archive (plus the above and anything else anyone could need) is here: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/KU
On Sunday, October 31 2010, 8pm, Phill Niblock and Katherine Liberovskaya will have a set in the Ear to the Earth Festival, at the Frederick Loewe Theatre, NYU, 35 West 4th Street, NYC
Phill Niblock and Katherine Liberovskaya’s Sound Delta +, a live audio/video performance created during the European Sound Delta project — a nomadic art residency, they collected audio and video material for two weeks along the Danube River, from the delta between Romania and Bulgaria and upstream to Russe in Bulgaria. The Sound Delta + performance in this festival will incorporate material from the Danube residency as well as other related
recordings and footage into a live mix.
Michael Fahres is also on this program.
On Friday, October 28, 8pm, at the Greenwich House Music School, 46 Barrow Street, NYC
Kristin Norderval with Katherine Liberovskaya. Matt Rogalsky is also on this program
Kristin Norderval will perform a multi-media work for voice, interactive audio processing and live video processing (Katherine Liberovskaya). Tattooed Ghosts is part of FLUDD – Virtual Polar Icecap Meltdown, a larger work that is inspired by, and uses excerpts from, Dina Von Zweck’s monumental literary work of the same name. Here, melting icecaps are conceived of as a flood of waters releasing the Arctic’s profound secrets. In the final three sections of this work, presented here as Tattooed Ghosts, myth, poetry and song trace the accumulation of ocean contaminants.
Ear to the Earth 2010:
Water and the World
October 27—November 1, 2010, New York City, Produced by Electronic Music Foundation
R. Murray Schafer / Bernie Krause & Yolande Harris / Annea Lockwood / Matt Rogalsky Kristin / Norderval / New York Soundscape Paula Matthusen & Miguel Frasconi & Aleksei Stevens / New York Soundscape - Liz Phillips - Jennifer Stock - REC Youth Sound Ecology Group / Matt Burtner & Scott Deal / Maggi Payne / David Monacchi / Michael Fahres / Phill Niblock & Katherine Liberovskaya / Andrea Polli / Charles Lindsay & David Rothenberg
Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit
Play at St.Leonard’s Shoreditch, London
Produced by Andi Studer, Cenatus CIC
19 November 2010, doors 8pm
St.Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch, Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JN
plus an Experimental Intermedia event:
Tuesday October 19th 2010, 8pm, at Experimental Intermedia, 224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, NY 10013, 212 431 5127, 212 431 6430
A party to celebrate the release of David First’s “Privacy Issues (droneworks 1996 – 2009)” –
a 3-CD set on XI Records
The evening will include a special performance of First’s “A Bet on Transcendence Favors the House” with Jane Scarpantoni/cello, Christopher McIntyre/trombone, Peter Zummo/trombone & D. First/guitar & laptop, with visuals by Katherine Liberovskaya. Music will start about 9:30.
For this evening the 3-CD set will be available for the special price of $20