The I-House Philadelphia
Fri, 10/22/2010 (All day)

A Page of Madness with live score by Ensemble N_JP

Presented by International House Philadelphia at The Ibrahim Theater at International House

October 22, 2010

Andy Laster's Sounds of Cairo

The Rotunda, Philadelphia
Thu, 10/21/2010 (All day)

Ars Nova Workshop
Andy Laster’s Sounds of Cairo
Andy Laster, clarinet + saxophone
Curtis Hasselbring, trombone
Alex Waterman, cello
Kermit Driscoll, bass

Ars Nova Workshop is pleased to present this special performance by Andy Laster’s Sounds of Cairo, an all-star quartet with Alex Waterman, Kermit Driscoll, and Curtis Hasselbring that performs songs inspired by Egyptian composers of the 1920s.

Alex Waterman and David Watson

The Stone, NYC
Wed, 10/06/2010 - 8:00pm

Alex Waterman (cello) David Watson (bagpipes)
Cellist Alex Waterman explores rich 4 string polyphonies with his curved Bach bow. David Watson joins him on bagpipes. Drones, overtones and undertones abound.

Brian Ferneyhough's TIME AND MOTION STUDY II at the Spark Festival

1407 South Washington Avenue, the "Love Power Church" Minneapolis, Minnesota
Fri, 10/01/2010 (All day)

Performing Ferneyhough's solo piece from 1976. I will be treating the work as a historical performance piece and performing with two composers of University of Minnesota on analog tape machines and electronics.

Loren Connors + Bill Baird

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

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

Graffiti Composition Performed by Butch Morris and string octet

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

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)

Christian Marclay Festival at the Whitney Museum

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

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 (
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
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.