28 OCTOBER 2015 through 28 MARCH 2016 - An exhibition of video, photos, posters, manuscripts, books, and related items documenting David Rosenboom's early work in extended musical interface with the human nervous system is on display at Centre Pompidou-Metz, France, as part of a show curated by Pascal Rouseau: "Cosa mental. Les imaginers de la télépathie dans l'art du XXe siècle."
First-ever, fully realized recording of 1984-85 landmark composition for percussion and computer/electronics, at the time a breakthrough in linking virtuoso performance with interactive compositional algorithms, an example of "Propositional Music," written for percussion superstar William Winant, 2 CDs and booklet with illustrated article.
NAKED CURVATURE, Four Memories of the Daimon (A Whispered Opera) just released on TZADIK. Written in 2001 for six instruments, whispering voices, electronics and interactive computer software. Performed by virtuosic CalArts Chamber Ensemble.
Rosenboom will be featured on the first Multimod Performer-Composer Festival. He will both perform some of his music involving structured composition and improvisation and serve on the Programming Committee for the festival, the basic premise of which is to present and examine the world of contemporary performer-composer activities in the context of the multiple modernities concept, a concept which presents us with a large, international and multifaceted overview of modernity.
Nov 3 2016 - 2:00pm to Nov 6 2016 - 5:00pm
This LASERZurich will feature three renowned artists and scientists that will cross pollinate their research and creativity by presenting their own work. Alexander Penn (Physicist and Researcher, ETH Zurich), Martin Pohl (Experimental Physicist, University of Geneva) and David Rosenboom (Composer-Performer, California Institute of the Arts). The discussion will be moderated by Boris Magrini. An introduction to LASER UCLA will also be presented by Victoria Vesna (Artist and Researcher, UCLA).
Nov 1 2016 - 6:00pm
Rosenboom will give a "BIG Idea" talk (TED-style) in a session about Improvisation Across Curriculum during the College Music Society's 2016 Summit on 21st Century Music School Design.
Jun 3 2016 - 1:45pm