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Triplicate


Dates:
Fri May 02, 2008 00:00 - Wed Apr 09, 2008

Triplicate: an evening of interdisciplinary trios by Avant Media artists featuring the New York premiere of Aqua Madora and two world premieres Friday and Saturday May 2-3, 2008 - 8PM - The Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond, NYC

Triplicate represents a cross section of the work Avant Media Performance supports and promotes. The evening features artists from around the country performing live at The Gene Frankel Theatre in Manhattan's NoHo district at 8PM both nights. General admission tickets, on sale April 8, are $20 ($15 for students) presale through avantmedia.org, or $25 ($20) on the day of the performance.

The cornerstone of Triplicate is the New York premiere of Aqua Madora, by Randy Gibson, Ana Baer-Carrillo, and Dani Beauchamp, for just intonation piano, sine wave drones and video dance. Aqua Madora is a defining work in Avant Media's repertoire bringing together the unique talents of these three artists into a cohesive engaging performance. In this latest version, the music is featured most prominently in a dialog between live music and projected dance. The complexly layered score by Randy Gibson, directly influenced by his studies with seminal minimalist visionary La Monte Young, is performed live by the composer. The haunting melodies of the just-intuned piano highlight and underpin the emotional images on screen, as the audience is immersed in the rich harmonic world of the music.

The evening begins with the New York premiere of Kim Olson's Butter Colored Hum for three dancers. Following this will be the world premiere of Shiver by Randy Gibson, Oscar Henriquez and Laine Rettmer. Shiver is a short work for video and dancers that takes advantage of the pure essence of video (projected light) and sound (waves) to elucidate the live dance. Completing the first half of Triplicate is the world premiere of the first act of Mike Rugnetta and Patrick Davison's oratorio Pressure with Jo Lampert as vocalist in this unique performance about the human brain and its ability to deal with huge amounts of simultaneous information. Pressure will be premiered in its full version in Avant Media's 2009-1010 season.

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EVENT

Triplicate


Dates:
Sat May 03, 2008 00:00 - Wed Apr 09, 2008

Triplicate: an evening of interdisciplinary trios by Avant Media artists featuring the New York premiere of Aqua Madora and two world premieres Friday and Saturday May 2-3, 2008 - 8PM - The Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond, NYC

Triplicate represents a cross section of the work Avant Media Performance supports and promotes. The evening features artists from around the country performing live at The Gene Frankel Theatre in Manhattan's NoHo district at 8PM both nights. General admission tickets, on sale April 8, are $20 ($15 for students) presale through avantmedia.org, or $25 ($20) on the day of the performance.

The cornerstone of Triplicate is the New York premiere of Aqua Madora, by Randy Gibson, Ana Baer-Carrillo, and Dani Beauchamp, for just intonation piano, sine wave drones and video dance. Aqua Madora is a defining work in Avant Media's repertoire bringing together the unique talents of these three artists into a cohesive engaging performance. In this latest version, the music is featured most prominently in a dialog between live music and projected dance. The complexly layered score by Randy Gibson, directly influenced by his studies with seminal minimalist visionary La Monte Young, is performed live by the composer. The haunting melodies of the just-intuned piano highlight and underpin the emotional images on screen, as the audience is immersed in the rich harmonic world of the music.

The evening begins with the New York premiere of Kim Olson's Butter Colored Hum for three dancers. Following this will be the world premiere of Shiver by Randy Gibson, Oscar Henriquez and Laine Rettmer. Shiver is a short work for video and dancers that takes advantage of the pure essence of video (projected light) and sound (waves) to elucidate the live dance. Completing the first half of Triplicate is the world premiere of the first act of Mike Rugnetta and Patrick Davison's oratorio Pressure with Jo Lampert as vocalist in this unique performance about the human brain and its ability to deal with huge amounts of simultaneous information. Pressure will be premiered in its full version in Avant Media's 2009-1010 season.

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John Cage at 95


Dates:
Wed Sep 05, 2007 00:00 - Mon Aug 27, 2007

Wednesday, September 5, 2007
The Kitchen
512 West 19th St., New York
Concert starts at 8pm

Tickets: $20 ($15 students) presale $25($20) at the door

In honor of John Cage’s 95th birthday, Avant Media Performance presents an evening of two multimedia realizations of works by John Cage on September 5, 2007. Four6 (for any way of producing sounds) will be performed in an electro-acoustic realization featuring Patrick Davison, video; Randy Gibson, electronics and percussion; Mike Rugnetta, guitar; and Megan Schubert, Voice. The second half of the concert is a true musicircus with Winter Music, Atlas Eclipticalis, and Song Books realized for singers, actors, videos, and lighting being performed simultaneously. The evening will also see the world premiere of Randy Gibson’s “One Wall - for John Cage” assisted by Mike Rugnetta and Guy Snover.

Bringing together musicians, filmmakers, actors, and technicians, this evening pays tribute to the collaborative and innovative legacy of John Cage.

Performers to include:
Ana Baer-Carrillo, Patrick Davison, Benjamin Forster, Randy Gibson, Chad Hammer, Oscar Henriquez, Paolo Kapunan, Darren Muller, Amali Premawardhana, Laine Rettmer, Mike Rugnetta, Jessica Schmitz, Megan Schubert, Heather Sommerlad, Marie Valigorsky and Bridget Waterhouse


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'Permanent Wilting' at Highways Performance Space


Dates:
Fri Aug 17, 2007 00:00 - Mon Jul 30, 2007

Friday and Saturday
August 17 & 18, 2007 · 8:30pm

Highways Performance Space
at the 18th Street Art Center
1651 18th St., Santa Monica, CA
tickets $20 ($15 students) through highwaysperformance.org

“Permanent Wilting” is an innovative multimedia performance evening by Avant Media Performance principal artists Ana Baer- Carrillo and Randy Gibson and artistic collaborators Dani Beauchamp, Susanna Morrow, Joe Talkington and Nathan Montgomery. Incorporating dance, live music, theater and multiple video projections, the evening presents the world premieres of several multidisciplinary short pieces directed by choreographer-videographer Ana Baer-Carrillo.

The cornerstone of “Permanent Wilting” is the west coast avant-premiere of “Aqua Madora” (2006) for just intonation piano, dance, and film performed live by Randy Gibson (piano) and Dani Beauchamp (dancer). Blending the borders between dance, theater, music and projected image, the works in “Permanent Wilting” evoke a world of poetic imagery crafted into an ingenious evening.

“Permanent Wilting” is produced and presented by Avant Media Performance, Inc. and co-produced by Highways Performance Space.


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Avant Media Performance presents :: Anger


Dates:
Thu Jan 25, 2007 00:00 - Fri Dec 15, 2006

Anger - a multimedia immersion performance by Randy Gibson and Ana Baer-Carrillo

presented by Avant Media Performance
http://www.avantmedia.org

Thursday January 25, 2007 - 8PM
20 Greene, SoHo, NYC

20 Greene Street (between Canal and Grand)

performance, reception, and silent auction

featuring ::

Randy Gibson (piano, crotales)
Mike Rugnetta (guitar, banjo)
Laine Rettmer (voice)

Ana Baer-Carrillo (video)
Alicia Wargo (costumes, sculpture)
Oscar Henriquez (design)

tickets $15-$50.

Visit http://www.avantmedia.org for tickets and more information.