First-ever, fully realized recording of the major, concert-length composition by Rosenboom for percussion and computer/electronics that in 1984-1985 introduced new virtuoso performance techniques along with significant developments in real-time algorithmic composition and advanced interactive linking of percussion instruments with software. Hear extraordinary percussionist William Winant driving electronics, noise, real-time algorithmic composition models, interactive morphological dynamics, auxiliary keyboard and glissando instruments, and the new Touché II software instrument. Package includes two CDs and booklet with illustrated article about Zones of Influence and its history.
Check out this CD from Tzadik containing a selection of Rosenboom's pieces from 1964 to 2004 spanning an extraordinary range of styles and media.
Complete trilogy available on CDs from New World Records: HOW MUCH BETTER IF PLYMOUTH ROCK HAD LANDED ON THE PILGRIMS ( 2 CDs), IN THE BEGINNING (2 CDs), & FUTURE TRAVEL (1 CD); includes writings about the works by Chris Brown.
David Rosenboom will perform a live electronic music score with a rare showing of George Manupelli's film, Portraits, Self Portraits and Still Lives 1972-73 with Special Reference to the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Click event heading for more information.
Mar 29 2015 - 2:30pm to 5:30pm
Rosenboom's "The Right Measure of Opposites (Expanded)" to be performed at Center for New Music in San Francisco
Works by Michael Jon Fink, Ulrich Krieger and David Rosenboom will be performed with Derek Stein and Joshua Carro in an event celebrating a new affiliation joining San Francisco’s Center for New Music with CalArts. Click event heading for more information.
Dec 6 2014 - 7:30pm
Roenboom will perform this work for electronics, algorithmic instruments and piano as part of Autumn Waveforms, a concert presented by CREATE, Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology, at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Also featured will be a work by Curtis Roads and the CREAT Ensemble led by Matthew Wright. Click event heading for more information.
Nov 19 2014 - 7:30pm