Alex Cline, Mark Dresser, Alex Waterman

The Stone
Tue, 04/20/2010 (All day)

I HAVE CANCELLED FOR THIS SHOW DUE TO THE ICELANDIC VOLCANO ERUPTION. I AM STUCK IN LONDON!! SOS.SOS.

Beacons of Ancestorship

Vilma Gold Gallery, London, England
Thu, 04/15/2010 (All day)

VILMA GOLD ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT
"BEACONS OF ANCESTORSHIP", A LIVE RADIO PLAY BY ALEX WATERMAN
THURSDAY 15 APRIL, 7:30 PM

Plus Minus Ensemble

King's Place, London, England
Sat, 04/10/2010 - 8:00pm

Tickets on sale 6 February 2010 from Kings Place.

Iannis Xenakis – Dikhthas (1979)
Rebecca Saunders – Vermilion (2003)
Iannis Xenakis – Evryali (1973)

Bryn Harrison – Repetitions in Extended Time (2008)

Ikue Mori, Ned Rothenberg & Alex Waterman

The Stone
Sun, 02/28/2010 - 8:00pm

Really excited about this trio. I'll be sharing the stage with two of my favorite musicians.

Either/Or Spring Festival 2010

Fri, 02/26/2010 - 12:00am - Sat, 02/27/2010 - 12:00am

Either/Or Spring Festival II 2010
27th March 2010, 8 pm
Tenri Cultural Institute www.tenri.org
43A W 13th Street, 10011 New York
$15 ($10 students/seniors)

Alex Hills - Knight's Move (2009, U.S. premiere)
Trevor Baca - Mon seul désir (2010, World premiere)
Martin Iddon - Danaë (2010, World premiere)
Eve Beglarian - Play Nice (1999/2010, premiere of this version)
Erik Griswold - The Yellow Fog (2010, World premiere)

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

Either/Or's 5th Annual Spring Festival of New Music: two nights of compelling new chamber music from around the world...

Either/Or Spring Festival 2010

Fri, 02/26/2010 - 12:00am - Sat, 02/27/2010 - 12:00am

Either/Or Spring Festival I 2010
26th March 2010, 8pm
Tenri Cultural Institute www.tenri.org
43A W 13th Street, 10011 New York
$15 ($10 students/seniors)

Richard Barrett - EARTH (1988, U.S. premiere)
Rebecca Saunders - duo 3, parts i & iii (1999/2001, U.S. premiere)
György Kurtág - Splinters, op. 6c & other works (1962-1997)
Klaus Lang - zwillingsgipfel (2009)
Karin Rehnqvist - Beginning (2003, U.S. premiere)

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

Either/Or's 5th Annual Spring Festival of New Music: two nights of compelling new chamber music from around the world...

D.S. al Coda Label Launch and Release of A Ballad of Accounting

Dia Chelsea
Thu, 03/04/2010 (All day)

D.S. al Coda inaugurates its activities with the release of A Ballad of Accounting by Alex Waterman with a film by Liz Wendelbo.

The label is a collaboration between Alex Waterman and Dexter Sinister's David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey.

The launch takes place at the Dia Chelsea building as part of the Independent Show, curated by Thea Westreich and others.

Chaya Czernowin Residency and Festival

Thu, 02/25/2010 - 8:00pm - Fri, 02/26/2010 - 8:00pm

Chaya Czernowin Portrait Festival
26th February 2010, 8.30 pm
Tenri Cultural Institute www.tenri.org
43A W 13th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues
$20 ($10 student/senior)

Chaya Czernowin, composer
Ina (1988, NY premiere)
Dam sheon hachol (1992 rev. 2002, NY premiere)
Die Kreuzung (1995, U.S. premiere)
Seed I (2008, U.S. premiere)
Anea (2008, U.S. premiere)

Aaron Baird - bass

Olivia de Prato - violin

Michael Ibrahim - saxophone

Margaret Lancaster - flutes

Victor Lowrie - viola 

Jessica Meyer - viola

Esther Noh - violin 

William Schimmel - accordion

Alex Waterman - cello

Richard Carrick and David Shively - conductors.

Israeli composer Chaya Czernowin joins Either/Or for a three day residency to present her ideas and music, including her first-ever U.S. portrait concert.

New World Radio

www.newworldradio.org
Sat, 01/29/2011 - 9:30pm - Mon, 01/31/2011 - 8:00pm

From New World Radio's Listing:

The Listeners!!!
Alexander Waterman on "Ballad of Accounting"
Matthew Welch on Balinese Gamelan
Two of our most successful shows of fall 2010 were cellist and composer Alex Waterman talking about Robert Ashley and bagpiper and composer Matthew Welch's introduction to Balinese Gamelan. We continue with these two members of a burgeoning New York experimental scene with a continuation of their conversations. Alexander talks about his conceptual piece "Ballad of Accounting" for cello and the BQE and its relation to the Ewan McColl busking classic. Matthew ends his illlustrations of the multiple instrumentations, forms, and uses of Balinese Gamelan in relation to his epic Bhima Swarga project with Ikue Mori.