100 Meeting Places: A Live telepresence Four Way Co-Located Performance via Internet2
100 Meeting Places: A Live telepresence Four Way Co-Located Performance via Internet2Date posted: 2007-03-12 14:27:00
100 Meeting Places: A Live Telepresence Four Way Co-Located Performance via Internet2
Thursday March 22, 2007 8:00PM
iEAR Space DCC 174
http://www.arts.rpi.edu/streaming/arts/iear_live.asx LIVE WEB STREAM
At Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY Pauline Oliveros, Director with technical support by Jonas Braasch & Dan Valente
Weave Soundpainting Orchestra
At Loyola University, Chicago IL Sarah Weaver, Director with technical support by Christopher Sorg
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA)
At Stanford University, Stanford CA Chris Chafe, Director
with technical support by Juan Pablo Caceres
Digital Arts New Media –DANM, University of California Santa Cruz
Mixed Ensemble organized by Cynthia Payne MFA candidate with technical support by Lynne Sheehan, Jim Warner, Bob Vitale, Joe Owens,Terry Figel and Lyle Troxell
iEAR Space, DCC 174, Rensselaer Polytecnic Institute www.arts.rpi.edu
Loyola University, Lake Shore Campus Quinlan Life & Science Center, Room 142 6525 N. Sheridan Rd."
Weave Soundpainting Orchestra, Tintinnabulate, CCRMA, Music at University of California Santa Cruz collaborate via Internet2 for this unique performance. Using live audio and video streams, the four groups will perform together in real time using a high-speed internet2 connection with Jack Trip software developed by Chris Chafe. Director of CCRMA and video through MAC OS 10 iCHATav.
For more information contact 312-423-7975 firstname.lastname@example.org
100 Meeting Places for all ensembles - by Pauline Oliveros
Less for all ensembles - by Else Storesund
Four Channel Cello Concerto featuring Chris Chafe as soloist & Sarah Weaver as Soundpainter with all ensembles - by Chris Chafe and Sarah Weaver
Four Sides to Everything: an open improvisation with all ensembles and visual performance by Arthur van Hartenberg
Tintinnabulate is a multimedia ensemble of graduate students and faculty of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute created and currently directed by Pauline Oliveros with technical support by Jonas Braasch and Dan Valente of the Architecture department. Tintinnabulate performs in interesting acoustic spaces with acoustic and electronic instruments and has participated in many co-located telepresence performances via the INTERNET. Currently Tintinnabulate is involved in weekly networked rehearsals with CCRMA at Stanford University and other locations.
The Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) is a multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool.
Weave Soundpainting Orchestra is a multidisciplinary performance ensemble based in Chicago, IL. Featuring musicians, actors, dancers, and visual art Soundpainted by Artistic Director Sarah Weaver, Weave is on the forefront of new genres in contemporary multidisciplinary performance. Soundpainting is the live composing sign language created by New York composer Walter Thompson for musicians, dancers, actors, poets, and visual artists working in the medium of structured improvisation.
For more information on Weave please visit www.weavesoundpainting.org
or call (518) 276-2746.
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