Southern California Soundscape Ensemble (SCSE) will perform two sets at a preview party for the next iteration of Flood‘s multi-genre installation event planned for multiple sites in 2017. SCSE hits the stage at 6:30 and again at 8:00, 1 October 2016, WE Labs at the historic Packard Building, 205 E. Anaheim St., Long Beach. Admission is free, but RSVPs are required.
Southern California Soundscape Ensemble (SCSE) will perform a concert at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook as part of sound., an annual concert series sponsored by SASSAS, 5 October 2014. Time TBD. A Kickstarter campaign has been announced to match a Culver City Performing Arts grant.
Southern California Soundscape Ensemble (SCSE) will perform a concert at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook as part of a summer concert series sponsored by SASSAS, September or October 2014. More details TBA.
I participated in a live, improvised performance of Chris Schlarb’s Twilight & Ghost Stories, with Ted Byrnes, Philip Glenn, Paul Masvidal, Chris McCarthy, Aaron Roche, Chris Schlarb, Nedelle Torrisi, and Mike Watt, The Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, 1 November 2013.
I will participate in a live, improvised soundtrack to the recently restored Metropolis by Fritz Lang; with Stephen Anderson, Chelsea Camille Isaacs, Steuart Liebig, Sander Roscoe Wolff, and Herbert Von Carrion; Fiesta Twin Cinema, 305 E. 4th Street, Santa Ana CA 92701; Saturday, September 7, 2013, 8 PM. Tickets are $10, $25 VIP.
Participated in “Music for Cars,” by The Autotelics (with Phil Mantione, Brendan Byrnes, Dan Eaton, Louis Lopez, Max Foreman, Brian Saia, and Ian Vargo), SoundWalk 2013, downtown Long Beach, 5 October 2013.
I will participate in a two-day workshop/performance, Experimental Sound for Visual Artists and Filmmakers, at the Riverside Art Museum, February 16, 10 AM to 3:45 PM, and February 17, 1-4 PM. On Saturday I will lead a workshop on Audacity / Audio Fundamentals, and on Sunday I will give a solo sound performance and a group improvisation with Phil Mantione, David Casey and Daniel Eaton. The weekend will end with a panel discussion led by Riverside Art Museum Curator Kathryn Poindexter.