Field Recordings of Mind in New Orleans

Photo: Chengru He

Hank Lazer and I will perform tonight as part of the New Orleans Poetry Festival. Our improvisations for banjo with poetry will include selections from Hank’s forthcoming book, field recordings of mind in morning, along with selections from our previous work together.

Wednesday April 7 7:00pm CST
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Live from Miolina’s Living Room

Miolina violin duo

Tonight Miolina will celebrate the release of their latest recording a la BAMA with an online concert on the Hoover Library’s Live from My Living Room series. Appearing at the historic Greenwich House Music School, Mioi Takeda and Lynn Bechtold will perform violin duos by Mark Lackey, Kyle McGucken, Brian C. Moon, and Geni Skendo — followed by videorecorded works by Monroe Golden and myself.

Stream the concert Thursday, March 18 at 8pm EDT / 7pm CDT at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPLg3wgrc-0

Snakeskin Found at Western Illinois University

Cellist Craig Hultgren will perform my piece Snakeskin (verso) for cello and live electronics tonight at 7:30 Central Time during the opening concert of the Western Illinois University New Music Festival. The festival will be streamed on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UChfAsJbg26wdJ5WUSJwitQQ and FaceBook Live: https://www.facebook.com/WesternIllinoismusic/


Miolina + Generative Video

Detail from Still Yet Already Again

Violin duo Miolina (Lynn Bechtold and Mioi Takeda) will perform my piece Still Yet Already Again on a live-streamed concert March 10 presented by UC Irvine. The piece is for violin duo with live electronics, and for this concert I’ve prepared a video driven by the sounds of the instruments and the processed audio.

Miolina will also perform works by Lynn Bechtold, Jean-Baptiste Favory, Mari Kimura and Milica Paranosic.

10 March 2021 8PM EST
https://uci.zoom.us/j/94225956948

Maria Chavez with Sandy Ewen: RE:pairing at Roulette

Really excited to hear Maria Chavez and Sandy Ewen together again! I had the privilege of playing with them once in Austin, TX. I remember the chalk dust left on the floor after our set from the chunks of sidewalk chalk Sandy used to bow her guitar strings.