Concert – NYC Electroacoustic Improvisation Summit – February 28, 2020

NYC Electroacoustic Improvisation Summit

Artists and Works – 2020

CONCERT 1: Friday, February 28, 2020, 7:00 PM

Arto ArtinianJeff KaiserKillick Hinds, and Adam James Wilson of Goosemotor +2 (augmented trumpet, fretless electric guitars by Rick TooneHaken Continuum, and Skronkbot, a semi-autonomous software improvisation agent)Gordon Beeferman and Dafna Naphtali of the Gordon Beeferman / Dafna Naphtali Duo (smartphone-controlled audio manipulation of voice, organ, toy piano, and other acoustic devices)Hans Tammen : Sonic Flotsam (resonant objects and live interactive processing)Léa Boudreau : this performance is no longer available due to […] (circuit-bent electronic sounds composed with Pure Data)Artist panel discussion, moderated by Kevin Patton

CONCERT 2: Saturday, February 29, 2020, 7:00 PM

Juan Parra Cancino and Jonathan Impett : Three states of wax (guitar and trumpet interacting with/through the authors’ Timbre Networks and Artificial Life for music software)Aaron Campbell and Christopher Diaz : Opiyelguabirán (cello-accented real-time vocal processing)Nikki D’Agostino and Kevin Patton : Cast Down Thither (tenor saxophone, processed through BrundleFly modular DSP software)Eric Lyon and Alan Weinstein : The Man with the Golden Arm (cello and computer-structured improvisation)Riccardo Marogna and Darina Žurková : DINGEN (live analysis and stochastic processing of small percussion instruments)Artist panel discussion, moderated by Adam James Wilson

Concerts will be held at New York City College of Technology’s Voorhees Theater, 186 Jay Street in Brooklyn (Google map).

Concerts are free and open to the public, with a suggested donation of $10 to the City Tech Foundation.