Loren Connors + Bill Baird

Issue Project Room
Sat, 09/11/2010 - 8:30pm

Playing with Bill Baird. Nice string section. Spooky, ambient music.

http://www.issueprojectroom.org/music/loren-conners-bill-baird/

Graffiti Composition Performed by Butch Morris and string octet

Fourth Floor, Whitney Museum
Fri, 09/10/2010 (All day)

http://whitney.org/Events/GraffitiComposition9

Christian Marclay: Festival Performances
Friday, September 10, 2010 2–4:30 PM
Fourth Floor

Ephemera Performed by Butch Morris Octet

Fourth Floor, Whitney Museum
Wed, 09/08/2010 (All day)

http://whitney.org/Events/Ephemera17

Christian Marclay Festival at the Whitney Museum

Fourth Floor, Whitney Museum
Sun, 07/11/2010 - 4:00pm

http://whitney.org/Events/ScreenPlay8

Alan Licht, Maria Chavez and Alex Waterman perform Screenplay by Christian Marclay.

Closing Performance of Yes, But is it Edible, Exhibition on Robert Ashley

Objectif Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium (http://objectif-exhibitions.org/)
Sat, 07/03/2010 - 5:00pm

Performance of Beacons of Ancestorship, Live via Skype from New York!

Performance by JEREMIAH DAY;
live broadcast of a radio
play by ALEX WATERMAN;
recitals of Robert Ashley’s
“Yes, But Is It Edible?”
(1999, by Will Holder) and
“Maneuvers for Small Hands”
(1961, première, pianist
to be confirmed).

Since 2004,Will Holder has been working
with AlexWaterman on “Yes, But Is It Edible?”,
a scored biography of the composer, to be collectively
read aloud. Holder and Waterman have
developed a form of typographical notation in
order to reproduce (semi-autobiographical)
operas that were developed through oral instruction
and negotiation. During the period of the
exhibition, Holder will be residing in Brussels
to complete this publication.
On show at Objectif are earlier works of Robert
Ashley which – though not included in the biography
– have informed the process of its making.

Andrea Parkins, Ches Smith & Alex Waterman

The Stone, NYC
Sat, 05/29/2010 - 10:00pm

Carl Maguire: That Truly Happens

Roulette
Sun, 06/06/2010 - 8:00pm

Stephanie Griffin, viola, Alex Waterman, cello, Dan Weiss, drums, Carl Maguire, piano

John King Quartet CD release (Tzadik)

Roulette
Sat, 05/15/2010 - 8:00pm

String quartet Crucible (Cornelius Dufallo and Chris Otto, violins; John King, viola; and Alex Waterman, cello) will perform music from composer John King’s new CD “10 Mysteries? Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 8:30 pm.

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.

http://www.roulette.org/events/event.php/KING10

Plus Minus Ensemble

Spor Festival 2010, Arhus, Denmark
Fri, 05/07/2010 - 7:30pm

Spor Festival 2010

19.30 Friday 7 May 2010
Spor Festival 2010
Ablinger/Reinholdtsen Double Portrait
Granhøj, Aarhus, Denmark

Peter Ablinger – Instrumente und Rauschen
Trond Reinholdtsen – Concert Music Piece
Peter Ablinger – 1-127
Trond Reinholdtsen – 13 Music Theatre Pieces