The most recent version of Rosenboom's brainwave music classic, Portable Gold and Philosophers' Stones, will be performed at Univerzita Palackého in Olomouc and again at Janáčkova Akademie Múzických Umĕní in Brno, Czech Republic. [Click on event heading for more information.]
Nov 24 2015 - 11:00am to Nov 26 2015 - 10:00pm
Hopscotch is an audacious, new collaborative operatic experience that takes place inside a network of crisscrossing cars throughout the cityscape of Los Angeles. Hopscotch will include three scenes with new music by David Rosenboom setting texts by Erin Young and Janine Salinas. Hopscotch is Presented by the innovative Los Angeles opera company, The Industry: concept and direction by Yuval Sharon; music by Veronika Krausas, Marc Lowenstein, Andrew McIntosh, Andrew Norman, Ellen Reid, and David Rosenboom; text by Tom Jacobson, Mandy Kahn, Sarah LaBrie, Jane Stephens Rosenthal, Janine Salinas, and Erin Young; dditional music composed and performed by Phillip King, Odeya Nini, and Michelle Shocked. Tickets go on sale September 15, 2015. [Click on heading above for more information.]
Oct 31 2015 - 11:00am to Nov 15 2015 - 5:00pm
A significant collection of work made by Rosenboom, his collaborators Larry Polansky and Phil Burk, and others using HMSL (Hierarchical Music Specification Language) will be on display for three months at Whitechapel Gallery in London. The exhibition focuses on both the history of HMSL and how it became a magnet for the formation and development of a community of music makers, especially those who were interested in this software toolkit for real-time composition and performance emphasizing experimental music and accessibility to individual users. The exhibition includes manuscripts, original development documents, video installations, a music listening room, and a variety of other historical items. [Click on heading above for more information.]
Oct 30 2015 - 10:00am to Feb 7 2016 - 6:00pm

" David Rosenboom is a composer, performer, interdisciplinary artist, author and educator known as a pioneer in American experimental music. Since the 1960s, he has explored ideas about the spontaneous evolution of musical forms, languages for improvisation, new techniques in scoring for ensembles, multi-disciplinary composition and performance, cross-cultural collaborations, performance art and literature, interactive multi-media and new instrument technologies, generative algorithmic systems, art-science research and philosophy, and extended musical interface with the human nervous system."

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