Vision Festival 24 Lineup Announced

Source: Vision Festival. June 11-16 are the dates for one of the world’s premier festivals. The lineup includes:

Andrew Cyrille
Alain Kirili
Alto Gladness
Alvin Fielder Tribute Band
Andrew Cyrille, Beatrice Capote, Tomeka Reid
D.D. Jackson Bluiett Tribute Band
Whit Dickey Michael Bisio
D/B/K/LH
Darius Jones Quintet
Davalois Fearon Dance
David Virelles Mbókò
Dianne McIntyre
Douglas R. Ewart and Bamboo Constellations
Dunston/Ribot/Rodriguez/Taylor Quartet
Edwin Torres/Fred Moten/Brandon Lopez/Gerald Cleaver
Haitian Fascination
Heroes are Gang Leaders
James Brandon Lewis UnRuly Quintet
Jason Kao Hwang Human Rites Trio
Jorgo Schäfer w/ Vincent Chancey Trio
Kidd Jordan
Kris Davis Trio
Lebroba Trio
Lisa Sokolov
Matthew Shipp / William Parker
Marty Ehrlich Trio Exaltation
Melvin Gibbs & Stephon Alexander God Particle
Mendoza/Nelson/Lane/Drake
Milford Graves
Patricia Nicholson/Val Jeanty/Cooper-Moore
Peter Brötzmann
Rainey/Laubrock/Courvoisier/Feldman
Rob Brown Quartet
Tomas Fujiwara’s 7 Poets Trio
Visionary Youth Orchestra
Yoshiko Chuma & the School of Hard Knocks

Resonance: Fear of the Object in Austin, April 27

Source: Resonance: Fear of the Object.

WHAT:
Resonance: Fear of the Object
Resonance consists of site-specific music events presented annually by Austin percussionist Chris Cogburn (Founder + Executive Director, No Idea Festival). This edition of Resonance features Cogburn’s audio-visual ensemble with Norwegian pioneering video artist Kjell Bjørgeengen entitled Fear of the Object. Joined by Norwegian micro-tonal tuba player Martin Taxt and Australian cellist Judith Hamann, Fear of the Object is a site-specific event utilizing live video and sound performance to put into dialogue the architectural resonances and dissonances found within physical space, sound and light.

Artist Websites:
Chris Cogburn: http://noideafestival.com/
Kjell Bjørgeengen: https://kjellbjorgeengen.com/
Martin Taxt: http://www.taxt.no/
Judith Hamann: https://judith-hamann.com/

WHEN:
Saturday, April 27, 2019
8pm

ADMISSION:
$10. No one turned away due to lack of funds. All ages are encouraged to attend.
Tickets: resonances.ticketleap.com/fear-of-the-object/

WHERE:
Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery
3411 E 5th St, Austin, TX 78702
Website: http://www.cloudtreestudiosandgallery.com/

SYNOPSIS:
Fear of the Object: Artist Statement:
Fear of the Object is a site-specific event utilizing live video and sound performance to put into dialogue the architectural resonance/dissonance found within physical space, sound and light. Percussionist Chris Cogburn sets into motion resonant objects (cymbals, bells, snare drum) in relation to Taxt’s subtle textures and fleeting harmonics on the micro-tonal tuba. Cellist Judith Hamann investigates various pulsing or vibrational aspects of playing, including rhythm, tremor, vibrato, and wolf tones— overtones that occur when a bowed note matches the resonating frequency of an instrument. A range of sine tones set to perfect ratios for each object’s unstable harmonics augments tensions between the acoustic and the electronic. Audio generated video projected from Bjørgeegen is fed back into sound to blur distinctions between hearing and seeing. Physicality turned aesthetic without the beautiful.

DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET Photos

Source: DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET.

March 21, 2019
Mark Fell & Okkyung Lee, ISSUE Project Room
Mark Fell Okkyung Lee

April 3, 2019
Timothée Quest Solo, Eric’s House Of Improv
Timothée Quest

April 3, 2019
Boneshaker, Eric’s House Of Improv
Kent Kessler Paal Nilssen-Love Timothée Quest Mars Williams

April 2, 2019
Brandon Lopez Solo, ShapeShifter Lab
Brandon Lopez

April 2, 2019
Friends & Neighbors, ShapeShifter Lab
Oscar Grönberg Thomas Johansson André Roligheten Jon Rune Strøm Tollef Østvang

5049 Records Podcast Episode 202 – Sam Pluta 

Source: 5049 Records.

Chicago based composer/laptop improviser Sam Pluta has been developing a completely personal language for the better part of the past two decades. A professor at the University of Chicago, he has worked closely with Peter Evans, George Lewis, Jeff Snyder and Evan Parker. He is a member of the Wet Ink Ensemble and is a co-founder of Carrier Records. He’s also a really funny and likable guy and today’s talk is a good one.