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Sarah Weaver

Sarah Weaver is a New York-based experimental composer, conductor, and technologist working internationally as a specialist in localized and telematic music. She pioneers telematic music composition, frameworks of composition/improvisation/gesture for localized solo/chamber music and ensemble music, contemplative music, and international ensemble concepts. Recent projects include collaborations with the NASA Kepler Mission, United Nations organizations, premieres at The Stone, Roulette, Iridium Jazz Club, BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, and telematic projects since 2006 with sites in Abu Dhabi, Banff, Beijing, Belfast, Florence, Jerusalem, Montreal, Nairobi, New York, Rensselaer, San Diego, Seattle, South Korea, Stanford, United Nations Headquarters in New York, and Zurich

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SLM Ensemble: Source

Read "Source" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

SLM is an acronym for Source Liminal Music as well as a tri-consonantal root of of the Hebrew and Arabic words for peace, shalom and salam. It is also the name of a composition of master double bassist Mark Dresser and composer-conductor Sarah Weaver, written for the “Deep Tones for Peace" event in April 2009, a ...

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Virtual Tour: A Reduced Carbon Footprint Concert Series [DVD]

Read "Virtual Tour: A Reduced Carbon Footprint Concert Series [DVD]" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Mark Dresser, Nicole Mitchell, Myra Melford, Michael Dessen Virtual Tour: A Reduced Carbon Footprint Concert Series pfMENTUM * * * * 2016 Un quartetto base localizzato al Music Center Theatre di San Diego composto da Nicole Mitchell al flauto, Michael Dessen = 16481} al trombone, {{m: Myra Melford al ...

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SLM Ensemble: Solo And Chamber Works For Peace on December 7 at The Cell Theatre

SLM Ensemble: Solo And Chamber Works For Peace on December 7 at The Cell Theatre

SLM Ensemble: Solo and Chamber Works for Peace on December 7, 2015 at 8:00pm. $20/$15. The Cell Theatre 338 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10011 Ray Anderson, trombone David Taylor, bass trombone Samir Chatterjee, tabla Jane Ira Bloom, soprano saxophone Zafer Tawil, oud, ...

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The SLM Ensemble Album Release Concert at Roulette on October 8th

The SLM Ensemble Album Release Concert at Roulette on October 8th

Program: “Spectral Syn” by Mark Dresser and Sarah Weaver “Cycles of Awakening” by Sarah Weaver “SubTeleToning” by Mark Dresser “Multidimensional Tunings” by Sarah Weaver Jen Shyu, voice, Robert Dick, flute, Julie Ferrara, oboe, Rebekah Heller, bassoon, Jane Ira Bloom, soprano saxophone, Oliver Lake, alto saxophone, Ned Rothenberg, bass clarinet, shakuhachi, ...

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Jane Ira Bloom: Ballad Vistas

Read "Jane Ira Bloom: Ballad Vistas" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner

Jane Ira Bloom's career has been defined by experiment, whether exploring the outer reaches of space with NASA, the inner world of Jackson Pollock, or the technological cutting edge of telematics and surround sound. Her recent release Sixteen Sunsets combined the subtle artistry of ballad performance with the latest in surround sound techniques, resulting in a ...


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