Rosenboom will perform live electronic works with the unique Geluso 3D Sound Object at ISSUE Project Room in Brooklyn as part of the 2017 New York Electronic Arts Festival presented by Harvestworks Digital Media Art Center. A new piece created for the event, Nothingness is Unstable, will also blend in excerpts from The Experiment for moving voice sounds responding to brainwaves, originally written for Hopscotch (mobile opera for 24 cars produced by The Industry in L.A.). A performance by vocalist, sound artist, and composer Viv Corringham will also be presented on this event. [Click above for more information.]
Jul 14 2017 - 8:00pm
Rosenboom and collaborators will perform his Portable Gold and Philosophers’ Stones (Deviant Resonances) + Music for Unstable Circuits (+ Brains + Auxiliary Acoustic Instrument) will be performed on the 2017 Digital Arts Expo. These pieces are for electronics, computer, violin, and two active imaginative listening brainwave performers. Music by Amy Knoles, Clay Chaplin, Ulrich Krieger, and others will also be featured. The start time is a projection. The Digital Arts Expo opens at 2:00 PM with exhibitions and performances throughout the day. Check the DAE website for more details as they become available: http://digitalartsexpo.calarts.edu
May 4 2017 - 7:00pm
To celebrate the life and work of legendary electronic music pioneer Donald Buchla, David Rosenboom will perform two blended live electronic pieces, Portable Gold and Philosophers' Stones (Deviant Resonances), with two active imaginative listening brainwave performers, and Music for Unstable Circuits, for live electronics and auxiliary acoustic instrument. Another electronic music pioneer, Morton Subotnick, will also perform that evening, along with others still to be determined. Rosenboom's set is anticipated to start at 10:00 PM. Details to follow. [Click on event link above.]
Apr 22 2017 - 10:00pm

" 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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