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march 2004

Mon Mar 1 Liam Mooney - solo, wind-powered rubber bands, drums and bottles

&

Matthew O'Donnell - solo, self-excited cymbals
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



Tue Mar 2 coded source + astra price
g.e. stinson > ex tech gtr, machines, implements
kaoru > vocal, toys-objects, electronics
with:
astra price > live video projection

improvised drum & bass, acid beats with semi-controlled
frequency meltdown and live feed video projection.


also appearing:

Elephonic
plus guest djs
the echo
1822 Sunset Blvd.
Silverlake
213 413 8200
9pm / $5 / 18+



Thu Mar 4 Crossings: Tribute to Herbie Hancock and The Mwandishi Band
Jeff Gauthier - e. violin
David Witham - e. piano
Nels Cline - e.guitar
Andrew Pask - bass clarinet, flute, saxophones
George McMullen - trombone, djeridoo
Brad Dutz - percussion
Steuart Liebig - e. bass
Scott Amendola - drums
CryptoNight
@ Club Tropical
8641 Washington Blvd
Culver City
2 blks E. of the Helms Bakery
club info: 310-559-1127
show info: 310-287-1918
$10 / $5 with student ID / all ages
great Salvadoran food / full bar



Mon Mar 8 Wiperfluid
Norman Beede - keyboard modules, djembe
Cuca Esteves - electronics, found objects
Jeff Ridenour - doublebass

and

Yorgos Adamis and friends
Yorgos Adamis - voice, sazi, metal folk clarinet, p'iri
backgammon set, morinhuur, kamanche, ney, electronics
Eun Jung Cho - Kayagum
Ude Cho - Taegum
Justin DeHart - tablatarang
Harris Eisenstadt - percussion
Jeff Purmort - gambuh and suling flutes
Sara Schoenbeck - bassoon
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



Tue Mar 9 NEW CENTURY PLAYERS
EXPERIMENTAL AMERICAS 2

pieces performed:

new piece written for the ensemble by Nick Didkovsky
James Tenney's Septet for six electric guitars and bass
James Tenney's 'Scend for Scelsi' for chamber ensemble
Stephen L. Mosko's theatrical piece Night of the Long Knives
Germán Toro-Perez's Rothko II for wind instruments and interactive computer system
a new work by Larry Polansky
a revival of musical performance art concepts by the legendary Kenneth Gaburo
REDCAT
631 W. 2nd St
Downtown Los Angeles
8:30 pm



Wed Mar 10 The Los Angeles Trumpet Quartet
John Fumo
Jeff Kaiser
Kris Tiner
Larry Williams
Open Gate Theater Concert Series
Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center
2225 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
To get on the mailing list,
call (626) 795-4989



Wed Mar 10 Improvised and Experimental Music Series

Eric Glick Rieman (solo altered electric piano)

Devin Sarno and G.E. Stinson (bass, guitar, and frequencies)

Transient Error
Jeremy Drake
G.E. Stinson
Noah Phillips

Splinter Group
G.E. Stinson
Kaoru
Stuart Liebig
DJ Chowderhead

plus DJ Chowderhead spinning between sets
The Smell
(on Main between 2nd & 3rd)
Downtown LA
8pm - $5 - All Ages



Thu Mar 11 Damon Zick CryptoNight
@ Club Tropical
8641 Washington Blvd
Culver City
2 blks E. of the Helms Bakery
club info: 310-559-1127
show info: 310-287-1918
$10 / $5 with student ID / all ages
great Salvadoran food / full bar



Sat Mar 13 Third Annual Women and Gender in Music Festival
at Cal State Fullerton

Featuring Electro-Acoustic Listening Room Events * Lectures
Seminars & Recitals of Works by Women Composers from Around the Globe

12-4 p.m.   Electro-acoustic Listening Room, Recital Hall
featuring new works by Pauline Oliveros, Diamanda Galas and others

4-6:30 p.m.   Lecture/Panel "Women in Electro-Acoustic Music," Recital Hall
with Julie Adler, Elaine Barkin, Carolyn Bremer, Madelyne Byrne, Renee
Coulombe, Anne LaBerge, Amy Knoles, Pamela Madsen and Juliana Snapper

8 p.m.   Concert, Recital Hall
with "WE ARE ALL SIBYLS," an electro-acoustic opera by Pamela Madsen, for
voices, percussion, flute and electronics
"DRIVE" by Anne LaBerge, for flute, electronics and ensemble,
and "SAME AS I-CUT THROUGH" by Julie Adler.

This annual addition to CSUF’s Women’s Month celebration from the
university’s Department of Music is the brainchild of faculty member/composer
Pamela Madsen, who states: "I feel that it’s important to give these amazingly
creative women composers and performers from around the world an
opportunity to join in a special event such as this. Meanwhile, it provides our
students, campus community and all of Orange County a place to speak about
women in new music and electro-acoustic music with others."
In response to last year’s offerings Jennifer Logan, editor of Spectrum
Press and Festival of New Music wrote, "This event brought a greater
awareness of the magnitude of success women are having with musical
professions. To be present and to meet some of these women who welcomed
each other with such a degree of enthusiasm and grace, without pretension or
competition–I had the sense that we are all links in an all-important global
community of women in the arts."
Performing Arts Center
California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd.
(Nutwood and State College Blvd.)
Fullerton

All events free and open to the public
except the concerts
Concert Tickets: Advance sales $20
($12 with advance Titan discount)
($9 with advance CSUF student discount)
At the door all tickets $20



Sat Mar 13 Not Breathing LIVE
Babyland LIVE
This Song is a Mess but so am I LIVE
Exillon LIVE
+DJ Humorless
The Smell
(on Main between 2nd & 3rd)
Downtown LA
9pm - $8 - All Ages



Sat Mar 13 Jeremy Drake Big Bunch
Mitchell Brown, organ
Leticia Castaneda, electronics & sampler
Jeremy Drake, composer, sounds
David Kendall, laptop
Bill Leavitt, 'cello
Albert Ortega, tactile objects & laptop
David Rothbaum, contralto & Bb clarinets
Gallery 4016
4016 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, California

show begins @ 8pm



Sun Mar 14 Third Annual Women and Gender in Music Festival
at Cal State Fullerton

Featuring Electro-Acoustic Listening Room Events * Lectures
Seminars & Recitals of Works by Women Composers from Around the Globe

12-3 p.m.   Electro-acoustic Listening, Recital Hall
1-3 p.m.   Anne LaBerge Master class, Thorsen Hall
working in flute, electronics, and improvisation
4 p.m.   Concert, Recital Hall
featuring Patricia Prunty, soprano, in works by women composers
with pianist Mark Robson.

This annual addition to CSUF’s Women’s Month celebration from the
university’s Department of Music is the brainchild of faculty member/composer
Pamela Madsen, who states: "I feel that it’s important to give these amazingly
creative women composers and performers from around the world an
opportunity to join in a special event such as this. Meanwhile, it provides our
students, campus community and all of Orange County a place to speak about
women in new music and electro-acoustic music with others."
In response to last year’s offerings Jennifer Logan, editor of Spectrum
Press and Festival of New Music wrote, "This event brought a greater
awareness of the magnitude of success women are having with musical
professions. To be present and to meet some of these women who welcomed
each other with such a degree of enthusiasm and grace, without pretension or
competition–I had the sense that we are all links in an all-important global
community of women in the arts."
Performing Arts Center
California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College Blvd.
(Nutwood and State College Blvd.)
Fullerton

All events free and open to the public
except the concerts
Concert Tickets: Advance sales $20
($12 with advance Titan discount)
($9 with advance CSUF student discount)
At the door all tickets $20



Sun Mar 14 BEYOND MUSIC presents:

ANIMAL CHARM
OPEN CITY
Beyond Baroque
681 Venice Blvd.
Venice, CA 310.822.3006



Mon Mar 15 Albert Ortega - solo, electronics

and

Jeremy Drake - amplified acoustic guitar
David Rothbaum - Bb & contralto clarinets
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



Tue Mar 16 Abbie Conant
The Wired Goddess and Her Trombone
featuring Cybeline

solo trombone and electronics
REDCAT
631 W. 2nd St
Downtown Los Angeles
8:30 pm



Thu Mar 18 Nels Cline and Norton Wisdom CryptoNight
@ Club Tropical
8641 Washington Blvd
Culver City
2 blks E. of the Helms Bakery
club info: 310-559-1127
show info: 310-287-1918
$10 / $5 with student ID / all ages
great Salvadoran food / full bar



Thu Mar 18 Gavin Bryars

Considered one of Britain's most important post-minimalist composers,
Gavin Bryars mixes classical,jazz and modern influences in music that is
both intellectually engaging and emotionally touching. He has remained a
provocative yet accessible composer in a variety of musical settings since
his first major piece, The Sinking of the Titanic, was performed in 1969.
Bryars currently works with the human voice and, in particular, with
soloists who can cross over from classical to contemporary music.

The evening's program, will include:

Three Canadian Songs
String Quartet #2
One Last Bar
Then Joe Can Sing
Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy)

performed by the CalArts New Millennium Players who have
rehearsed under Bryars' supervision. Meet Gavin Bryars after the
concert during a post-concert discussion of the work.
REDCAT
631 W. 2nd St
Downtown Los Angeles



Fri Mar 19 Green Galactic presents:

Luomo (aka Vladislav Delay)
Melrose Lightspace
7600 Melrose Ave., Suite N
Los Angeles, CA 90046



Fri Mar 19 Arte Sonoro

The fifth edition of Arte Sonoro, Mexico's pre-eminent international sound
art festival, travels to REDCAT. Dedicated to the presentation of the
sonic arts in all its manifestations (especially when cross-ing disciplines
and genres between the visual arts and back into contemporary culture
through alter-native pop and electronica) the curators of Arte Sonoro bring
a wide variety of innovative sound artists to Mexico City every two years.
The last festival attracted an audience of more than 10,000.

Featured at REDCAT will be works by:

Manuel Rocha Iturbide, Álvaro Ruiz, Manrico
Montero, Guillermo Galindo, Mario De Vega
and Roberto Morales Manzanares.
REDCAT
631 W. 2nd St
Downtown Los Angeles



Sat Mar 20 Arte Sonoro

The fifth edition of Arte Sonoro, Mexico's pre-eminent international sound
art festival, travels to REDCAT. Dedicated to the presentation of the
sonic arts in all its manifestations (especially when cross-ing disciplines
and genres between the visual arts and back into contemporary culture
through alter-native pop and electronica) the curators of Arte Sonoro bring
a wide variety of innovative sound artists to Mexico City every two years.
The last festival attracted an audience of more than 10,000.

Featured at REDCAT will be works by:

Manuel Rocha Iturbide, Álvaro Ruiz, Manrico
Montero, Guillermo Galindo, Mario De Vega
and Roberto Morales Manzanares.
REDCAT
631 W. 2nd St
Downtown Los Angeles



Sun Mar 21 Bastard Noise* (Wood and Nelson)
Amps for Christ*
Wounded Head
The Cherry Point*
Blue Silk Sutures (members of Amps for Christ and Soddamn Inssein)

*This show is a record release for
Amps for Christ, Bastard Noise and The Cherry Point
The Smell
(on Main between 2nd & 3rd)
Downtown LA
9pm - $8 - All Ages



Mon Mar 22 Scott Rosenberg - reeds
others TBA

and

tba
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



Mon Mar 22 Flux Quartet

performing:

String Quartet No. 1 (Renaud Gagneux)
Structures (Morton Feldman)
Quartet no. 2 (Gyorgy Ligeti)
Quartet no. 5 (Giacinto Scelsi)
Cat O'Nine Tails (John Zorn)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323-857-6000



Thu Mar 25 Wayne Peet Trio CryptoNight
@ Club Tropical
8641 Washington Blvd
Culver City
2 blks E. of the Helms Bakery
club info: 310-559-1127
show info: 310-287-1918
$10 / $5 with student ID / all ages
great Salvadoran food / full bar



Mon Mar 29 Wade Matthews - alto clarinet, alto flute
Jane Rigler - flutes
David Rothbaum - Bb & contralto clarinets

and

Wade Matthews - alto clarinet, alto flute
Valérie Metivier - dance
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



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