SONIC CHANNELS show at LMCC Swing Space, NYC


    May 09 2006 | 4:29 am
    Some MAX listers and ITPers have works in this show. Come out and support them!
    Cheers,
    Jim
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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    CONTACT: MELISSA GREY
    GreyM593@NEWSCHOOL.EDU
    Sonic Channels: an audio concert
    at LMCC's 15 Nassau Street Space (@ Pine)
    Sonic Channels: an audio concert will be held on Friday, May 12, 2006
    at 7pm at 15 Nassau Street. Sonic Channels is an electroacoustic
    concert held in conjunction with the Channels: Emerging Media Publics
    exhibition that opened on May 9th.
    This concert will feature a wide range of recorded works and live
    performances by sound artists and composers from around the world.
    Curated by composer Melissa Grey and sound artist Jim Briggs III, the
    concert will provide an additional layer of meaning to the exhibition.
    Participating composers, artists, and performers include: Jim Briggs
    III (NYC); Lin Culbertson (NYC); dis.playce (Germany); Lyudmila German
    (NYC); Melissa Grey (NYC) performed by Harold Jones, flute and Mioi
    Takeda, violin; Koji Kawai (Japan); Hiroki Nishino (Japan/Seattle WA);
    Jonathan Pieslak (NYC); Evan Raskob (London/NYC); Susan Robb (Seattle
    WA); and Adam Trowbridge (Chattanooga TN). Performances by Jacques
    Burtin, kora, (Spain/France) and Julia Crowe, electric guitar (NYC).
    "By responding to and augmenting sub-themes of how public and
    semi-public spaces are perceived, this concert will explore how sound
    constructs and deconstructs spaces," says co-curator and composer
    Melissa Grey.
    Sonic Channels will be held on Friday, May 12, 2006 at 7pm at LMCC's
    15 Nassau Street Space (@ Pine) in New York City. Tickets cost $5.00
    at the door. Limited Seating. RSVP to GreyM593@newschool.edu. This
    event is presented by The Department of Media Studies and Film at The
    New School.
    For more information about the exhibition and programming events:
    15 Nassau is a venue of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), made
    possible by the Swing Space Program. Space donated by Silverstein
    Properties. www.lmcc.net