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Philadelphia Sound Field Festival

Sept. 19th and 20th:

Sound Space: Japan/USA (Philadelphia)

Work sessions with Ensemble N_JP (Japan/USA) and the dancers Nicole Bindler (Philadelphia) and Alissa Cardone (Boston)

Studio B
209 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19123

19th: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
20th: 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Sept. 20th at 8:00 PM

Soundfield's "Transonic" program series:
Ensemble N_JP (Japan/USA)

Works by Gene Coleman, Yuji Takahashi and others
" Black and White" (2007) for koto, cello and bass clarinet (Gene Coleman)
" Koto nado Asobi" (2000) for koto and ensemble (Yuji Takahashi)
" YAGO II" (2007) for ensemble and video projections (Gene Coleman)
(Other works TBA)

Part of the Soundfield@Slought concert series

Slought Foundation
4017 Walnut, Philadelphia
http://slought.org
$10.00

This program is made possible in part through the generous sponsorship and support of Sound Field NFP and grants from the Argosy Fund for Contemporary Music, The Japan Foundation, New York and the Philadelphia Music Project, a program of The Philadelphia Center for Arts and Heritage, funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts and administered by The University of the Arts.


Oct. 3rd at 9:00 PM

Soundfield's "EurEthos" program series:

Improvised music with Birgit Ulher (trumpet, Hamburg) and
Philadelphia musicians Katt Hernandez (violin), Dave Smolen (electronics), Jesse Kudler (electronics), Evan Lipson (bass), Tim Albro (guitar), Alban Bailly (guitar), Dustin Hurt (trumpet) and Gene Coleman (bass clarinet)

Part of the Soundfield@Slought concert series

Slought Foundation
4017 Walnut, Philadelphia
http://slought.org
$10.00


Oct. 18 at 8:00 PM

Soundfield's "EurEthos" program series:

Luc Ferrari: "Et tournent les sons dans la garrigue (1977)," for ensemble with memorized sounds

Music of Luc Ferrari, played by Ensemble Noamnesia, with special guests Vincent Royer (viola, France) and David Grubbs (guitar, New York) "Tautologos 3" (1967, Chicago version, 2001.


Part of the Soundfield@Slought concert series

Slought Foundation
4017 Walnut, Philadelphia
http://slought.org
$10.00

This program is made possible in part through the generous sponsorship and support of Sound Field NFP and grants from the Argosy Fund for Contemporary Music and the Philadelphia Music Project, a program of The Philadelphia Center for Arts and Heritage, funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts and administered by The University of the Arts


Oct. 24 at 8:00

" paraphrase/nexus"

paraphrase/nexus is a new monthly series in which artists of various disciplines and media create performances inspired by exhibitions at Nexus Gallery. The series is curated by artist member Bilwa and produced by Perpetual Mvmt < > Snd (See: http://www.myspace.com/perpetual_mvmt_snd )

"Missing Links, Part 1"(Part of Soundfield's "Crosswork" program series)

Featuring a new composition for instruments and knitting ensemble by Gene Coleman in collaboration with Sarah Mann- O'Donnell, performed by Ensemble Noamnesia

Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia
Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215 684 1946
info@nexusphiladelphia.org
http://www.nexusphiladelphia.org
$5.00

Sponsor List:

The Philadelphia Music Project (PMP)
The Japan Foundation, New York
The Argosy Fund for Contemporary Music
Slought Foundation, Philadelphia
The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago
Links Hall, Inc. Chicago
Columbia College, Chicago
Alliance Française, Chicago
Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia
Perpetual Mvmt < > Snd, Philadelphia
Bowerbird, Philadelphia
Soundfield, NFP