Remembering Pauline Oliveros
Monday, February 6, at 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm
The Armory and the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) host an open commemoration of the life and work of Pauline Oliveros at the Park Avenue Armory.
ICE and the Armory are partnering to welcome the vast network of Oliveros' students, collaborators, and friends into an open set of performances, meditations, storytelling, and Deep Listening. Spaces dedicated to historical audio recordings, film and documentary clips, participatory listening sessions, and cutting edge electro-acoustic performances are open to the public as a free offering of new experiences.
Composer Pauline Oliveros touched countless artistic lives as a tireless advocate for making and listening to new sounds. As a pioneer of electronic music and inventor of transformative listening methods, Oliveros changed the way music is made and conceived for several generations of musicians.
Performances by: Anagram Ensemble, Frédéric Acquaviva, David Arner, China Blue, Anne Bourne, Jonas Braasch, Mike Bullock, Claire Chase, Phyllis Chen, Seth Cluett, Vivienne Corringham, Nick DeMaison, Stuart Dempster, Phil Edelstein, Either/Or Ensembe, Björn Eriksson, Fast Forward, David Felton, Adele Fournet, Gisela Gamper, Heloise Gold, Tomie Hahn, Paul Hembree, Brenda Hutchinson, Susie Ibarra, Galen Joseph-Hunter, Paula Josa-Jones, Zach Layton, Evan Leslie, Norman Lowrey, Miya Masaoka, Lindsay McKenzie,, Carman Moore, Linda Mary Montano, Michelle Nagai, Kristin Norderval, Tina Pearson, Leila Ramagopal Pertl, David Rothenberg, Margaret Schedel, Michelle Temple, Sarah Weaver, and John Wieczorek.