CMJ Oct 18th, plus two new videos

Hi! I’ve got news! I’m playing CMJ with a bunch of truly incredible musicians in October: Stephanie Richards — Trumpet and Voice (a free improv jazz and classical player) Alicia Jo Rabins — Violin and Voice (an indie/folk/classical player) Sarah Bouchard — Mandolin and Voice (a folk player) Qasim Naqvi — Percussion (a free improvContinue reading “CMJ Oct 18th, plus two new videos”

Various Upcoming Events not to be missed by humans who like watching and listening!

Thursday, April 7, 7pm: Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum Lounge Yelena Zhelezov, Chi-Wang Yang and I will be performing “The Live-Long Day”, a cross between multimedia theater performance and fine art installation. Yelena is an exciting, playful artist and puppetrix who has a talent for creating wonderfully oblique metaphorical instantiations of ideas that manage toContinue reading “Various Upcoming Events not to be missed by humans who like watching and listening!”

Last show in LA for now—Bootleg Theatre March 30

Playing some new songs, distributing an EP so special that its name must nae bee sprake. I’m slotted for 10:30 (after Daniel Ahearn and Marcus Very Ordinary), and think that I will be going on pretty precisely at that time, so be warned, and not late! etc. Hope you can come!

NYC Artist on the Rise!   Most music lovers discover the discreet charm and amazing therapeutic power of gentle music when their lives enter the hectic phase (late 20s?). Here at The Deli we created a genre category for this kind of music, called “Mellow Core“. Belonging to this genre is Careful, the project of published writer, orchestral composer,Continue reading “NYC Artist on the Rise!”

Lay Science Big Public Closing!

(from Machine Project Saturday, February 26th, 2011 8pm Please join us for the final presentation of Lay Science, a puppet show / science experiment by Eric Lindley and Katie Shook. They’ll be presenting a rundown of the data they’ve collected over the past several weeks, along with statistical analysis to see if their original,Continue reading “Lay Science Big Public Closing!”

Lay Science Opening Friday, 7:30pm

Lay Science: a project by Eric Lindley and Katie Shook, in residence at Machine Project January 23rd – February 26th, 2011Show times + dates below, click the links to RSVP. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: What if art could have a measurable function in the world? What if people outside the scope of academia had the resources toContinue reading “Lay Science Opening Friday, 7:30pm”