Dream Stream Festival
October 18 - November 18, 2010
Part of Ione's 15th Annual Dream Festival



The Dream Stream Festival is an online festival of mini-concerts up to 20 minutes long from different locations around the world.  See below for the schedule of events that will be broadcast live at www.deeplistening.org.  Past events will be available to view at our website.  All times posted are Eastern Standard Time (NY timezone).

Dream Stream Calendar of Events

October 19 at 3 pm in Kingston, NY - Viv Corringham and Al Margolis "A Reconvergence of Sorts" - 15 min
Viv Corringham - 15th Annual Dream Festival Artist-in-Residence is a British vocalist, currently based in Minneapolis, USA, Viv Corringham makes performances, installations and soundwalks.  Her work has been presented extensively worldwide, including recent appearances at Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Portugal; New Adventures In Sound Art, Toronto; Abrons Art Center, New York City; Meridian Gallery, San Francisco; Galata Perform, Istanbul; Women in New Music Festival, Fullerton CA; Spark Electronic Music Festival, Minneapolis.  Articles about her have appeared in Organised Sound (UK), Musicworks (Canada), Playing With Words (UK) and For Those Who have Ears (Ireland). She received a McKnight Composer Fellowship through American Composers Forum in 2006.  CDs are available on Slowfoot, Emanem, Innova, Move, ARC Music, Aphasia, Soundworks Unlimited, MASH, Rhiannon, Artship, Third Force and NoMansLand.   www.vivcorringham.org

Al Margolis- Activist in the 1980s American cassette underground through his cassette label Sound Of Pig Music, co-founder of experimental music label Pogus Productions. Active under the name If, Bwana since 1984, making music that has swung between fairly spontaneous studio constructions and more process-oriented composition.  A recent review of Margolis's work says: "Let it be declared that Al Margolis/If, Bwana is some sort of evil genius working with raw materials which are never adapted to a genre or a context, because they create one in that very moment. Those sources are radically altered up to an utterly unrecognizable state, anarchic manifestations moving in compact determination." (Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes).  pogus.com

October 24 at 7 pm in Kingston, NY
- Pauline Oliveros & Ione "Dreaming of Streaming" - 15 minutes

October 29 at 9 pm in Brooklyn, NY - Dan Joseph "Dulcimer Dreaming" - 15 min
Dan Joseph is a free-lance composer based in New York City. Since the 1990s, the hammer dulcimer has been the primary vehicle for his music. As a performer he is active with his own chamber ensemble, The Dan Joseph Ensemble, as well as in various collaborations and as a soloist.  www.danjoseph.org

October 30 at 8 pm in Appleton, WI - Lawton Hall and Megan Karls "Drift (A Field)" - 10 min
A piece for video and electronics. 

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October 31 at 6 pm in Austin, TX - Heloise Gold and Lauren Tietz "Is this a Dream" - 8-10 min
Heloise Gold is an interdisciplinary performance dance artist, and teacher of T'ai Chi and movement meditation.  “Front and center in Heloise's creations are: experimentation; caring for humanity; trust in the intelligence of the body; and humor.  www.heloisegold.com/
Lauren Tietz is an interdisciplinary artist currently interested in the contrast between wild and domesticated spaces, both inside ourselves (human) and outside ourselves (the larger system).

November 6 at 4 pm (20:00 GMT) in Berlin Germany - Phantomcrunch "Underwater" - 20 min
Phantomcrunch is an exerimental project of three artists living in Berlin, Germany.
They started performing on 2008 in little bars, squats and little parties.
The music is a mixture of noise, psychedelic pads and broken rhythms.
The set up is made of laptops, different modified drum-machines, effects, microphones, a guitar, vinyls and a mixer.  The three artists perform together, using electronic devices as musical instruments and questioning the border of music and non music.  www.myspace.com/phantomcrunch

November 11 at 5 pm in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Warren Burt & Catherine Schieve - "Subharmonics and Sruti Boxes" - 20 min
Warren Burt and Catherine Schieve are composers and multi-media artists who live and work in Wollongong, NSW, Australia.  They are both involved in music, video, visual arts, and writing.  They have collaborated on a number of music and art projects in the past, and have just celebrated their 8th wedding anniversary.  www.warrenburt.com

November 12 at 3 pm in Kingston, NY
Lisa Barnard Kelley "Solo in Stairwell" - 7
min
Lisa Barnard Kelley is a vocalist, writer and performance artist. She received her BA in Performance Studies in 1999 at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and has been studying music and performance independently in the Hudson Valley for the last seven years, collaborating with local musicians, actors, puppeteers and visual artists. She began performing with the local performance ensemble WAM in 2003 which brought her to collaborating with Deep Listening Institute. She has honed her skills over the years in acting, movement, stage direction/design, puppetry, jazz/free improvisation and sound production which she experiments with in performances including elements of spoken work, vocalization, masks, music and movement.

   
November 13 at 4 pm in Arnhem, The Netherlands - duo(s)omnium presents 'what goes around comes around'
a dream recycling and proliferation (dream reading with video art and soundscapes or video art with dream reading and soundscapes) with sharon stewart and david berg - 15 min  www.handsonpiano.nl

November 13 at 5 pm in Berkeley, CA - Ryan Ross Smith "Lightfigher" - 10-15 min
Ryan Ross Smith is a composer/improviser living in Berkeley, CA, and is currently enrolled at Mills College, working toward an MFA in Electronic Music.  He has written music for film, dance, and television, and has performed his music throughout North America and Europe.  www.powplay.me


November 14 at 2 pm from Oakland, CA; Sydney, Montana; and Brooklyn, NY
Vorticella "Vorticella" - 20 min
Vorticella are inverted bell-shaped ciliates. Each of these single-celled organisms has a separate, anchored stalk. Some are grouped as colonies, but because each Vorticella has its own individual stalk it can detach from the cluster at any time. We are a complex sound generating entity bearing a strong resemblance to the Vorticella.  Members include Krys Bobrowski- Kelp, French horn and gliss glass, Erin Espeland- cello
Brenda Hutchinson- Long Tube & Karen Stackpole- percussion (especially gongs).  www.vorticella.com

November 14 at 3 pm in Ottawa, Canada - Jesse Stewart "When Whales Dream of Music" - 10-15 min
Jesse Stewart is an award-winning composer, percussionist, improviser, visual artist, sound artist, instrument builder, and writer dedicated to re-imagining the spaces between artistic disciplines. He is a professor of music composition at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.  www.jessestewart.ca


November 17 at 5 pm at Deep Listening Space in Kingston, NY - Doug Van Nort "Music for Daymares" - 20 min
Doug Van Nort is an experimental musician and digital music researcher whose work spans composition, improvisation, installation and interactive system design. He performs in the trio Triple Point with Pauline Oliveros and Jonas Braasch, also recently collaborating with Francisco Lopez, Stuart Dempster, Chris Chafe, Al Margolis, Ben Miller among others.  www.music.mcgill.ca/~doug


November 18 at 3 pm at Deep Listening Space in Kingston, NY
- Jaclyn Heyen - "The Things We Do" - 15 min
Jaclyn Heyen is currently a graduate student in Music Technology at Florida International University. Her research has focused on the use of music technology within a therapeutic environment. This interest informs much of her creative work, which often utilizes unique ways of working with music technology that involve motion tracking and/or unique interfaces such as an audio controller built out of the body of a scooter. She also has a deep interest in the soundscape and soundwall and how one listens and defines themselves through noise.

Her pieces have been performed at many festivals, conferences and concerts including Subtropics 20 and FTM10. Her articles have been published in the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) Proceedings and Making Waves Journal.

November 19 at 6 pm at Deep Listening Space in Kingston, NY- David Arner "Cosmos IV (Dream Version) - 20 min
Pianist, composer, harpsichordist, percussionist- David Arner is a long time proponent of innovative music and spontaneous composition.  His wide interests have encompassed the avant-garde, birding, mythology, astrology, dance and silent film within his musical pursuits. He currently has 3 CDs with his trio, with Michael Bisio (bass) and Jay Rosen (drums).  www.davidarner.com


November 21 at 10 am in Barrytown, NY - Sam Truitt "The Limit and the Line" - 18 min
Sam Truitt’s books include the forthcoming Vertical Elegies 6: Street Mete, Vertical Elegies: Three Works, Vertical Elegies 5: The Section and Anamorphosis Eisenhower, among others. He is the recipient of a 2010-2011 George A. and Eliza Howard Fellowship, among other awards. He lives in New York’s Hudson Valley.  samtruitt.org

November 21 at
10:30 am in Barrytown, NY - Michael Ruby "Close Your Eyes" - 20 min
Michael Ruby is the author of five books of poetry—At an Intersection (Alef Books, 2002), Window on the City (BlazeVOX [books], 2006), Fleeting Memories (Ugly Duckling Presse ebook, 2008), The Edge of the Underworld (BlazeVOX, 2010) and Compulsive Words (BlazeVOX, 2010)—and the editor of Washtenaw County Jail and Other Writings by David Herfort (Xlibris, 2005). A graduate of Harvard College and Brown University’s writing program, he lives in Brooklyn and works as an editor at The Wall Street Journal.

Center for Deep Listening at Rensselaer
Tomie Hahn Director
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