15.Dec.13 Concert: Time Axiom: A Telematic Music Concert – New York, Belfast, Zurich

By | November 17, 2013

Time Axiom: A Telematic Music Concert – New York, Belfast, Zurich

December 15, 2013

3:00pmEST New York, United States of America
8:00pmGMT Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
9:00pmCST Zurich, Switzerland

Time Axiom is a concert in the telematic music medium – live performance via the internet by musicians in different geographic locations. Featuring premieres of works by composers in New York – Mark Dresser, Elizabeth Hoffman, and Sarah Weaver, Time Axiom utilizes renowned acoustic and electronic musicians, static and processed video, and the temporal and spatial properties of the telematic medium.

This concert can be attended in-person at any of the locations. The high-definition audio and video network technology on high-bandwidth internet with low-latency provides a co-located venue for synchronous performance. Video processing by artists in Zurich – Benjamin Burger, Joel De Giovanni. The project is directed by Sarah Weaver with site coordinators Elizabeth Hoffman (New York), Franziska Schroeder (Belfast), Matthias Ziegler (Zurich).

Program:

Trifecta Tele Phases – by Mark Dresser
Matthias Ziegler, multiple flutes (Zurich), Franziska Schroeder, saxophones (Belfast), Ray Anderson, trombone (New York), Sylvie Courvoisier, piano (New York), Mark Dresser, bass (New York), Lucas Niggli, drumset (Zurich), Paul Stapleton, bonsai sound sculpture (Belfast), Tullis Rennie, trombone/laptop (Belfast), Sarah Weaver, conductor (New York)

between that is turning – by Elizabeth Hoffman
Franziska Schroeder, saxophones (Belfast), Tullis Rennie, trombone (Belfast), Paul Stapleton, bonsai sound sculpture (Belfast); Elizabeth Hoffman, laptop (New York)

The Becoming of Time – by Sarah Weaver
Matthias Ziegler, multiple flutes (Zurich), Franziska Schroeder, saxophones (Belfast), Ray Anderson, trombone (New York), Sylvie Courvoisier, piano (New York), Mark Dresser, bass (New York), Lucas Niggli, drumset (Zurich), Paul Stapleton, bonsai sound sculpture (Belfast), Tullis Rennie, laptop (Belfast), Elizabeth Hoffman, laptop (New York), Sarah Weaver, conductor (New York)

Admission free.

RSVP required via email to <sarah@sarahweaver.org>

or via Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/events/700705309948906/

Locations:

New York, United States of America 3:00pmEST
New York University Silver Center, Room 220, 32 Waverly Place, New York.
GSAS Department of Music, with support from Liminal Music Inc.
Sarah Weaver, project director, technical director, Elizabeth Hoffman, site coordinator.
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom 8:00pmGMT
The Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, BT7 1NN
Franziska Schroeder, site coordinator, Robin Renwick, technical director.
Admission free. For information, contact: <f.schroeder@qub.ac.uk>Zurich, Switzerland 9:00pmCST
Zurich University of Arts ICST (International Computer Music Studio) in collaboration with Moods Jazz Club. Moods im Schiffbau, Schiffbaustrasse 6, 8005 Zürich. <www.moods.ch>. Matthias Ziegler, site coordinator, Daniel Späti, technical director, Johannes Schütt, streaming. For information, contact: <gregor.frei@moods.ch