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 Rosenboom's work with brainwave music will be featured in this major exhibition concentrating on artists from Rodin to the present whose work has involved projecting the inner workings of the mind directly onto forms of art. The exhibition's public opening will also include a performance of Rosenboom's recent brainwave composition, Portable Gold and Philosophers' Stones—Deviant Resonances (2015). The exhibition is expected to run for several months.
Oct 28 2015 - 5:00pm
Rosenboom will perform Portable Gold and Philosophers' Stones (Deviant Resonances), his latest solo work extending musical interface with the human nervous system, at the 1st International Brain-Computer Music Workshop, followed by a keynote speech, Deviant Resonances—Nature's Creative Challenge to Absolute Mappings of Biological Phenomena in Music, for the 11th International Conference on Computer Music Multi-Media Research. (Click event header for more info.)
Jun 15 2015 - 8:00pm to Jun 17 2015 - 8:00pm

" 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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