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.
I was scheduled to read two excerpts from Atlas Peripatetic in celebration of the 34th anniversary of Chiron Review, but was unable to participate because of the number of readers and the late start of the event; 30 April 2016, 7-11 PM, Gatsby Books, 5535 E. Spring Street, Long Beach, CA.
The next installment of Atlas Place is a conversation with artist and educator Tom Krumpak. Atlas Place is a home for conversations with artists, poets, composers, educators, and other creative citizens about the places where we live and how these places influence our work.
The next installment of Atlas Place is a conversation with educator and ecocritic George Hart. Atlas Place is a home for conversations with artists, poets, composers, educators, and other creative citizens about the places where we live and how these places influence our work.
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.
Southern California Sound Ecology presents The Urban Soundscape Revealed: Listening to the City, a salon/workshop on Acoustic Ecology and mindful listening, followed by a live, improvised performance by the Southern California Soundscape Ensemble, Expo Arts Center, Back Room Theater, 4321 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach, Saturday, 20 October 2012, 8 PM.
I will give a talk about my work for the Composition Colloquium directed by Dr. Alan Shockley, Composition and Theory, Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, CSULB, Wednesday, 19 September 2012.