Upcoming Tintinnabulate Shows

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Posted by jesse on November 30, 2005 at 12:06 pm

This Thursday December 1, 2005 at 4PM in RPI’s West Hall 118 Tintinnabulate (me, Alex Chechile, Yael Kanarek, and Bart Woodstrup) with guest artist Thom Kubli from EMPAC will perform a network concert from RPI in Troy, NY with the AMP Ensemble and guest artist Pauline Oliveros in Tempe, AZ.

Tintinnabulate will also be performing on Sunday December 11 with Pauline Oliveros in the West Hall Auditorium during “Obsess Profess Process: Open Studios with Electronic Artists,” my department’s end-of-semester graduate open studios event. I will also be presenting my own work during “OPP.” I’ll announce that later.

Tintinnabulate with MIG

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Posted by jesse on November 17, 2005 at 1:02 am

This Thursday, I’ll be performing in a realtime, multi-local concert with RPI’s Tintinnabulate and Brown’s Meme Improvisation Group (MIG). The show will feature improvised sound, music, dance, and video.

The performance will be held at RPI in West Hall 118 on Thursday, November 17, at 8 PM. MIG will be transmitting from Brown University’s Grant Recital Hall.

I will be performing as a vocalist in the concert, and Alex Chechile will be processing my voice. In addition to singing, I’ll be performing with a set of sand dollars that I collected on Parsons’ Cove beach in Kennebunkport, Maine, during the summer of 2004.

Tintinnabulate is:

  • Alex Chechile
  • Yael Kanarek
  • Jesse Pearlman Karlsberg
  • Charles Veasey
  • Bart Woodstrup

MIG is:

  • Damon Baker
  • Brian Knoth
  • Kevin Patton
  • Butch Rovan
  • Carmen Montoya
  • Shawn Greenlee
  • Polly Hall
  • Mathew Warne

Under Island Songs at CAC

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Posted by jesse on November 5, 2005 at 1:27 am

Carrie and I are presenting 11 of the songs we’ve written as the first chapter of our Subliminal History of New York State as a first reading of just-finished music by unrehearsed non-singers (you) on November 10 at the CAC in North Adams.

Please join us for a reception at 6 and a participatory singing at 7. Come sing the story and rise the beast! Singing experience not necessary. Watchers welcome. Tunebooks will be provided. Wear warm clothes.

After carrying out psychical and physical research for months, Carrie uncovered Roosevelt Island as a living breathing monster that after gaining its sight, desires to leave Manhattan’s East River. In its expression here, the Under Island story is told through original shape note song poems, written by Carrie and Jesse. Under Island is the first chapter of The Subliminal History of New York State, a singing school tour of New York State by Carrie and Jesse planned for the summer of 2006.