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GIG SPAM: more looped cello music this friday
hi lovely loopies,
another looped cello performance this friday at 964 natoma in san
i'll be playing solo, followed by my new band the No Name Trio (because we
haven't yet thought of a name...!), a juggling performance by Zack
(of Capacitor) and the incredible, computer controlled multi-slide array
(it's looping but with images instead of sound) of Greg Cowley.
thanks much. the official bulletin is appended below.
p.s. a very nice review of what it's like to see a show at 964 natoma can
found here -> http://www.playinginfog.com/reviews/charlesatlas.html
PATTERN: repetitive, iterative, beautiful worlds
Friday, May 16th
SF, CA 94103
doors at 8:30, show at 9:00pm
(we're going to try and start on time!)
$5 to $10 suggested sliding donation
no one ever turned away for lack of funds
minimal wine and snax provided, but please
feel free to bring your own
solo, looped cello compositions
NO NAME TRIO
organic grooves from Zoe Keating, Tony Cross on violin, and Mark Bernfield
ZACK BERNSTEIN (of Capacitor)
other worldly juggling
GREG COWLEY (of TESTsite)
phasing, looped slide compositions
Zack Bernstein is a co-founder of the astounding performance troupe
Capacitor. Locally he has performed as a featured guest artist for KQED,
Industrial Films, 3rd Degree Burn, Jane's Addiction, the Flying Karamazov
Brothers, and the New Pickle Circus.
Gregory Cowley is a San Francisco based visual artist working in electronic
projection media and performance. His tools include a variety of
technologies, ranging from traditional arts and photography, to work with
electronics and computer technologies. His creations most often exist as
performances and time based presentations. He explores the live
qualities of the projected image in collaborations with dancers and other
performers in theaters, underground venues, and academic gallery settings.
He also teaches advanced digital media to students at the California
of Arts and Crafts (CCAC).
Zoe Keating is a cellist, composer and member of the cello-rock ensemble
Rasputina. Current projects include collaborations with the group Charles
Atlas, with Rasputina on a new album (to be released on Instinct Records in
January 2004), and a score for an independent film called "The Negative
Complex". Her solo cello music interweaves heartfelt melodies with
of ambient electronica and classical minimalism.
Tony Cross studied violin at he Oberlin Conservatory, the Curtis Institute
and the Aspen Music School. His favorite color is Maker's Mark and he likes
to wear shirts with snaps instead of buttons. A recovering Knicks fan, he
dreams of singing backup vocals for Johnny Cash. In addition to countless
projects with cellist Zoe Keating, Tony is a member of the Punk Rock
Orchestra and founder of a string quartet that plays exclusively 80's cover
A graduate of the Berklee College of Music, Mark Bernfield is a drummer and
drum instructor in jazz, funk, rock and pop styles. A member of the
Contemporary A Cappella Society of America , Merk also sings in a jazz
choir, has taught voice lessions and directed choirs at various local
camps for teenagers.
964 Natoma is a private warehome located on Natoma Street, a small alley
that runs between Mission and Howard. 964 is between 10th and 11th streets.
2 blocks away from the Van Ness MUNI stop. Pretty decent neighbourhood
parking. Bike parking inside!
for more information write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-522-0223