Urban Echo: Circle Told featuring Pauline Oliveros

Urban Echo: Circle Told featuring Pauline Oliveros

Part of the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe, Philadelphia, PA

September 6, 2008 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The rest of 2008 is packed full of events and performances from artists of the Deep Listening Institute.  September features a number of events on both the East & West Coasts.  We hope to see you!
 
Stay tuned for next month's Dream Festival!!
 
www.deeplistening.org
 
September 6, 2 pm & 4 pm
URBAN ECHO:  CIRCLE TOLD
Leah Stein Dance Company/The Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia
featuring Pauline Oliveros & Leah Stein
Part of the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe
Philadelphia, PA
www.livearts-fringe.org
 
September 7, 8 pm PST
Pauline Oliveros Concert with Carl Stone
San Francisco Electronic Music Festival
Project Artaud Theater
San Francisco, CA
www.sfemf.org
 
September 10, 7:30 PST
Mills College Music Department and Deep Listening Institute, Ltd presents
Toyoji Tomita Memorial Concert
Toyoji's Song
A Tree planting and Performances
Performances by Roscoe Mitchell, Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster, Ione, Phillip Gelb, Shoko Hikage, Wendy Burch, Marianne Tomita McDonald, Scot Gresham-Lancaster, Andy Strain, Ron Heglin, Tom Djll, Jen Baker, Liz Allbee, Tom Bickley, Cardew Choir, Didjeridu Ensemble and images by Robert Kostka
Reception following in Ensemble Room
Suggested Donation $20, Free to Mills students, faculty and staff
All proceeds go to the Tomita Fund for the family
Mills College
Lisser Hall
5000 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland., CA
www.mills.edu


 
September 13, 8:30 pm PST
Music in the Air: A Surround Sound Duo
with Pauline Oliveros & Chris Brown
Private House Concert at
Maybeck Studio for Performing Arts
1537 Euclid
Berkley, CA
(Corner of Buena Vista Way, 7 blocks from UC Campus)
By invitation only. Space is limited, reservations are required. Contact lisab@deeplistening.org to book your reservation.
Doors open at 8 pm.  Reception following concert.
 
September 18 at 3 pm
DEEP LISTENING WORKSHOP with Sarah Weaver
Emily Harvey Foundation
537 Broadway (at Spring Street), NYC
Admission $25/$30 with concert admission

September 18 at 8 pm
An Innocent (Re-Ducks)
Concert with Al Margolis, prerecorded tracks and  live sounds
Lisa Barnard, voice
Monique Buzzarte, trombone
Tom Hamilton, synthesizer
Jacqueline Martelle, flute
Emily Harvey Foundation
537 Broadway (at Spring Street), NYC
Admission $15 Adults/$10 Students & Seniors
 
September 19 at 8 pm PST
Concert with
Pauline Oliveros, Ian Power, Jesse Olsen and Tom Djll
Music for People and Thingamajigs
21 Grand Gallery and Performance Space
416 25th St at Broadway
Oakland, CA
$15 General $10 Students/Seniors $25 Festival Pass
Reservations: (510) 444-1322 or reserve@thingamajigs.org
www.thingamajigs.org
 
September 20-21  
Pauline Oliveros Workshop
California Institute of Integral Studies
San Francisco, CA
www.ciis.edu/publicprograms />
September 26 & 27
Pauline Oliveros - KeyNote Address
Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI)/College Music Society (CMS) Conference
Atlanta, GA
www.music.org
 
October 5 at 11 am
Deep Listening Workshop with Pauline Oliveros
Part of the Grand Opening Celebration of EMPAC
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
110 8th Street
Winslow Building
Troy, NY
www.empac.rpi.edu
 
October 5 at 8 pm
Concert with Pauline Oliveros & Cecil Taylor
Part of the Grand Opening Celebration of EMPAC
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
110 8th Street
Winslow Building
Troy, NY
www.empac.rpi.edu
 
October 1-31
Ione's 13th Annual Dream Festival
An International Celebration of Dreams and Dreaming
Concerts, International Dreamers' Blog & Dream Sack, Dream Boxes and Dream Action Theater
Check out www.deeplistening.org for all of the upcoming Dream Festival Events!!
 

 
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