Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Oct + Nov + Dec 07

Sat 12/8 -- 8 PM
Architeuthis Walks on Land
with Bruxism (Anne Rhodes + Carl Testa)

@ Never Ending Books, 810 State Street, New Haven, CT

and then...
I will run over to Hello My Name Is Gallery to play with Buru Style for the opening of the show "You'll Shoot Your Eye Out," which features works by Mark Williams and Megan Bent

833 Whalley Ave, Apt 4, New Haven, CT

Wed 12/6 -- 8 PM
Anthony Braxton's Small Ensemble

@ Crowell Concert Hall, Wesleyan U.

Wed 12/5 -- 8 PM
Anthony Braxton's Large Ensemble

@ Crowell Concert Hall, Wesleyan U.

Fri 11/30 -- 8 PM
Performing w/ soprano saxophonist Andrew Dewar, electronicist Phillip Schulze, and bassist Andrew Lafkas as part of a new experimental music concert series in a 19th-century carriage house that's been converted into a gallery. we will each play a solo piece and then come together for a quartet piece.

@ Art League of New Britain, 30 Cedar Street, New Britain, CT

Mon 11/26 -- 8 PM
Sigogglin Concert Series
@ The Knitting Factory, NYC

Performing with a large, drone-y ensemble of acoustic instruments organized by bassist Andrew Lafkas

Tue 11/13
-- 8 PM
Actual Music 5: Internal Combustion

The program includes Earl Brown's Available Forms, John Cage's Etcetera, and a new large ensemble piece of mine. there will also be a short, humorous screening (think: childhood).

@ CFA Cinema, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

you can read the Wesleyan student paper's review of the concert here:

Sat 11/10 -- 8 PM
Anne Rhodes performs brand-new music by Laura Goldhamer, Jessica Pavone, Sabrina Schroeder, and Katherine Young

@ Never Ending Books, 810 State Street, New Haven, CT

Sun 11/4 -- 2 PM
Stray Birds

Performing with long-time collaborators Michael Pestel (bird machine, reeds and flutes, etc) and Kudo Taketeru (Butoh) for an outdoor performance event
w/ Neely Bruce (prepared pianos), Caterina de Re (voice), Amy Cimini (viola) + extant sound of frogs, birds, and suburbs

Thu 11/01 -- 8 PM
Till by Turning plays Jessica Pavone's "Quotidian"

@ The Stone

Tue 10/30 -- 6-11 PM
Actual Music 3: WhereabOuts

A festival of site-related pieces with visiting artists Christian Jendreiko / IFF (Institut für Feinmotorik) / MSP VII, and Wesleyan composers.

(My piece, Density Peals, is for the campus's carrillon bells!)

@ various sites around campus, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

Thu 10/11 -- 8 PM
FLUX String Quartet performs pieces of Wesleyan Composers and Alumni

with music by Roland Dahinden, Andre Marquetti, Phillip Schulze, Markus Trunk, and Katherine Young

@ Crowell Hall, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

Sat 10/6 --
3 PM
Architeuthis Walks on Land performs with Michael Pestel (flute, birdmachine) and the creatures of the Bronx Zoo Aviary

@ World of Birds, Bronx Zoo

Fri 10/5 -- 7:30 PM
Architeuthis Walks on Land

@ Apocalypse Wow! Opening Reception
Canco Lofts, 50 Dey Street, Jersey City, New Jersey

the artists featured in the exhibition, which is curated by Jason Lombardi, include Tyler Coburn, Joy Cox, Peter Delman, Rebecca Feranec, George Ferrandi, Siobhan McBride, Scout McQueen, John O'Hara, Scrapworm, Andrew Sullivan, Austin Willis

Exhibition Runs: September 21 - October 20
Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
*Take the path train to Journal Square, Jersey City*

Tue 10/02 -- 8 PM
Actual Music 1: I Envy Your Calm

Music by Wesleyan Graduate Composers
@ Memorial Chapel, Wesleyan U., Middletown, CT

featuring Max Heath, Friedrich Kern, Andre Marquetti, Ivan Naranjoriva, Sally Norris, Brain Parks, Phillip Schulze, and Katherine Young

Friday, September 7, 2007

Sept 07

Fri 9/14 -- 6 PM

As part of "21 Cities at Once," a global performance event happening simultaneously in 21 cities around the world as part of Conflux Festival (, I will be airing a brief morse code translation of a phrase from Kelly Link's short story "The Girl Detective" on WESU 88.1 FM (