Deep Listening Band

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Deep Listening Band is available for residencies, concerts and workshops. Residencies are for a minimum of one week. Concerts using the Expanded Instrument System require use of the space a day before for technical setup and tuning to the space. Unusual sites preferred for acoustic concerts.

For further information, contact:

Pauline Oliveros Foundation
PO Box 1956
Kingston, NY 12402
Tel: 845-338-5984
Fax: 845-338-5986

Past residencies include:

March, 1999 at Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio: Concerts and demonstrations at the Cat in the Cream Cabaret; Guest teaching classes in composition, trombone, performance technology and the Expanded Instrument System.

November, 1996 at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine: Exploration of the Chapel ending in a concert with guest Thomas Buckner; Guest teaching classes in 20th Century Music and Composition; Deep Listening Sound Massage Parlour.

September, 1996 at Mills College, Oakland, California: Development of new Expanded Instrument System (EIS) programming and hardware; Hands on demonstrations of the EIS for faculty, students and area musicians; Development of a joint performance with The Hub; Final extended concert including musicians at EIS guest stations.

January, 1995 at The Kitchen, New York City. Activities included four concerts (two with guest artist Ben Neill), a multi-site concert linking with Paris and Toronto, Deep Listening Sound Massage Parlour, Expanded Instrument System demonstration. Photo (24k)

January, February and November, 1994 at the Candy Factory, Austin, Texas: Creation and rehearsal of two commissioned works with Ellen Fullman's Long String Instrument; Deep Listening Long String Sound Massage workshop; Work in progress concerts and final concert series; Video documentary shoots.

October, 1994 in Kingston, NY: Rehearsal and recording of commissioned work Deep Time by Fritz Hauser with guest Urs Leimgruber.

Recording residencies in the Cistern Chapel.

Past concerts in acoustically unusual spaces:

The Rotunda of Low Library, Columbia University, New York, NY - with the Long String Instrument.

The Winter Garden, World Financial Center, New York, NY - a public atrium space featuring 16 Royal Palms.

Tokyo P/N Hall, with over 700 speakers - two concerts, one with 10 Japanese guest performers in a 5 hour marathon.

Lava cave in Lanzarote, Canary Islands.

Limestone Cave in Rosendale, NY


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