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Re: Roulette concert Thursday May 14
I don't know if it's cool but I'm traveling to brooklyn from Montreal this
week and I will sure try to go, now that I know. Thanks.
Le 2013-05-12 à 22:57, Amy X Neuburg <email@example.com> a écrit :
> Hey all y'all loopers. Is it cool to post gigs here? I'm performing at
> Roulette (Brooklyn NY) this Thursday May 16. All looping all the time,
> using Mobius. Come check it out if you're in the area. xx
> THURSDAY MAY 16, 8:30 PM
> Amy X Neuburg / Sideband laptop ensemble
> 509 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn
> Near the 2, 3, 4, 5, C, G, D, M, N, R, B & Q and LIRR
> Admission $15 general, $10 members/students/seniors
> Ticket link and more info at http://roulette.org/events/neuburg-sideband/
> Join us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/372141839563545/.
> Neuburg and Sideband will each bring their individual repertoires that
> combine elements of live electronics, acoustic performance, and
> innovative controllers. They will also share the stage for Dan Trueman’s
> “Clapping Machine Music Variations” and a new vocal ensemble & laptops
> piece by Neuburg specifically created for this collaboration.
> Born of the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk), SIDEBAND first came
> together as an ensemble for their Carnegie Hall premiere with the
> American Composers Orchestra and their collaborative concert at The
> Kitchen with So Percussion and Matmos. Using custom made hemispherical
> speakers and a fleet of laptops, Sideband turns each member of its
> ensemble in to an island of sound, returning a sense of acoustics and
> space to the normally flat world of electronic music.
> Sideband's parent ensemble the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk) -- the
> first ensemble of its size and kind -- has inspired the formation of
> laptop orchestras across the world, from Oslo to Dublin, Bangkok, Hong
> Kong and Stanford. PLOrk has been covered by the New York Times, Wired
> Magazine, NPR, The Guardian (UK), and many others. In 2008, PLOrk was
> awarded a major grant from the MacArthur Foundation.
> AMY X NEUBURG (Oakland, CA) has been developing her own brand of
> irreverently genre-crossing works for voice, electronics and chamber
> ensembles for over 25 years. Best known for her innovative use of live
> looping technology with electronic percussion, her 4-octave vocal range
> and her colorful lyrics, Neuburg has performed at such diverse venues
> across the world as Other Minds, Bang on a Can, the Berlin Intl. Poetry
> Festival, the Wellington and Christchurch Jazz Festivals (NZ), and the
> Warsaw Philharmonic. Blah blah blah you know the rest commissions
> ensembles Europe Japan Robert Ashley grants prizes degrees.
> Hope to see you! Love and xx -- a
> Amy X Neuburg