Bitpanic, the computer music ensemble that I am in will peform at REDCAT on Saturday, December 3rd for a concert of Mark Trayle’s music. We are sharing the bill with The Hub and are performing two of Mark’s pieces and an improvisation. Here is the information from the REDCAT site: The superbly imaginative, sonically expansive […]
I will be providing live-visuals for pianist Vicki Ray’s performance of Morton Feldman’s For Bunita Marcus on Friday, July 8th at Boston Court in Pasadena, CA. Vicki and I originally collaborated on a similar performance of For Bunita Marcus in 1998 using a primitive live video setup and one of the first live-video software programs […]
I will be performing a set of improvised computer music featuring my piece, Old Raney, as a part of the first annual VU Symposium on experimental, electronic, and improvised music. The festival will be held in Park City Utah from July 5-7th, 2016. Here is a snippet about the symposium from the VU organizers: The […]
I am organizing a concert of new field recording works to be presented as a part of the 2016 Dog Star Orchestra concerts. The concert will be titled Dog Star from the Fields and will feature new works by local Los Angeles composers including myself, Scott Cazan, Ryan Gaston, David Paha, Sepand Shahab, Stephanie Smith […]
Saturday, February 13th 2016 – Mills College A tribute to composer and sound artist Mark Trayle, featuring his solo compositions and works for network bands performed by his musical friends, colleagues, and students associated with Mills and Cal Arts: Casey Anderson, John Bischoff, Chris Brown, Scott Cazan, Clay Chaplin, Scot Gresham-Lancaster, Matt Ingalls, David Paha, […]
I will perform a new improvised work at The Wulf on Saturday, February 6th, 2016 starting at 8pm or so. I am happily sharing the bill with Jon Leidecker (aka Wobbly) and Tania Chen. I will premiere a computer-based improvisation that uses tracks from the Alan Lomax archive as source material.
I will be premiering a new piece called Potential Artifact on Monday, September 28th at the ICMC conference in Denton, Texas. The piece is a structured improvisation for viola and computer. I will be using a new custom-made, Raspberry Pi based synthesizer for the performance.
Heather Lockie and I will be premiering some of the songs from the upcoming Marshweed in the Garden record that we’ve been working on for about a year. We are very excited but also a little tense since we’re both a little out of our musical safety zones. I’ve been forced to use Ableton Live […]
bitpanic, is a newly formed networked computer music ensemble located in Los Angeles comprised of composers Casey Anderson, Scott Cazan, David Paha, Stephanie Smith and myself. Each of us studied at CalArts with Mark Trayle who was one of the founding members of The Hub and was a big influence on each of our own […]
I will be premiering a new audio-visual installation titled PiAV at this years International Computer Music Conference in Athens, Greece from September 14th through September, 20th 2014. PiAV is an immersive multi-sensory environment created using twelve Raspberry Pi computers. I have created a portable 8-channel sound environment using custom made speaker boxes, networked Raspberry Pi […]