Ogni Suono performs “Clamor” Oberlin Conservatory

Date: October 28, 2017
Time: 4:30 pm

Modern Music Guild @ Oberlin Conservatory

Ogni Suono
October 28, 2017
4:30pm
Warner Concert Hall
77 W College St, Oberlin, OH 44074
FREE

SaxoVoce
New works exploring the wide-ranging ways of synthesizing saxophone and voice by Felipe Lara, Kate Soper, Erin Rogers, Zach Sheets, Chris Fisher-Lochhead, and Dave Reminick. From haunting whispers to nonsensical shouts, each composer uniquely integrates the human voice.

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October 5, 2017

Clamor // Interference Series // Flagstaff, AZ

Date: November 2, 2017
Time: 7:30 pm

Interference Series

November 2, 2017
7:30pm
The Hive
2 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
FREE

SaxoVoce
New works exploring the wide-ranging ways of synthesizing saxophone and voice by Felipe Lara, Christopher Dietz, Erin Rogers, Zach Sheets, Chris Fisher-Lochhead, and Dave Reminick. From haunting whispers to nonsensical shouts, each composer uniquely integrates the human voice.

Master class at 11:10am at Northern Arizona University’s School of Music

October 5, 2017

Clamor // Arizona State University

Date: November 3, 2017
Time: 7:30 pm

Arizona State University

November 3, 2017
7:30pm
Katzin Concert Hall
50 Gammage Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281
​$9 | $5 students

SaxoVoce
New works exploring the wide-ranging ways of synthesizing saxophone and voice by Felipe Lara, Christopher Dietz, Erin Rogers, Zach Sheets, Chris Fisher-Lochhead, and Dave Reminick. From haunting whispers to nonsensical shouts, each composer uniquely integrates the human voice.

Master class at 5pm

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October 5, 2017

Clamor // University of Arizona Saxophone Day

Date: November 5, 2017
Time: 4:00 pm

University of Arizona Saxophone Day

November 5, 2017
Holsclaw Hall
1017 N Olive Rd, Tucson, AZ 85721
All Events Free

Ogni Suono is the featured guest at the UA Saxophone Day, hosted by Dr. Edward Goodman. All events are free and open to the public.

​9:00am | Master class – Holsclaw Hall
3:00pm | Chamber music clinic – Room 232
4:00pm | Concert: SaxoVoce – Room 146

SaxoVoce
New works exploring the wide-ranging ways of synthesizing saxophone and voice by Felipe Lara, Christopher Dietz, Erin Rogers, Zach Sheets, Chris Fisher-Lochhead, and Dave Reminick. From haunting whispers to nonsensical shouts, each composer uniquely integrates the human voice.

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October 5, 2017

Thomas Paine in Violence Nov 6-18

Date: November 6, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

Nov. 6-18
Paul Pinto: Thomas Paine in Violence [world premiere]

A new opera starring Joan La Barbara
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Presented by HERE in association with thingNY

HERE Arts Center
145 Sixth Ave. New York, NY

THOMAS PAINE IN VIOLENCE is the new electroacoustic psychedelic opera-sermon created by Paul Pinto [thingNY, Varispeed, Great Comet] set in a radio station in the afterlife of the Founding Father and international activist. Legendary vocalist Joan La Barbara portrays Paine struggling to broadcast a message of economic justice amidst a whirlwind of lightning-quick singing, autotuned shock-jockery, gadgets, voices, instruments, and sonic chaos.
Presented by and at HERE as part of their 25th Season commissioning and producing hybrid theatre work In association with the estimable ensemble thingNY
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Lighting by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
Scenic design by Carolyn Mraz
Sound design by Philip White
Choreography by Chloe Treat
Stage manager: Alex West
Ensemble: thingNY


TICKETS

September 18, 2017

Thomas Paine in Violence – Opening Night

Date: November 6, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

I’ll be playing piano and singing for most of November. If you’re in the neighboring apartment, I apologize. Otherwise, I promise you’re going to love this new look.  There are 10 chances to catch Thomas Paine in Violence presented by HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.  Tickets start at $25. Get them HERE!

HERE Presents
Thomas Paine in Violence

TICKETS:
Mon. Nov. 6 – 8:30pm
Tue. Nov. 7 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 9 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 10 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 11 – 8:30pm
Sun. Nov. 12 – 8:30pm
Wed. Nov. 15 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 16 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 17 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 18 – 8:30pm

HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.
Thomas Paine in Violence is an electronic psychedelic opera-sermon set in a radio station in the afterlife of the Founding Father and international activist. Joan La Barbara portrays Paine struggling to broadcast a message of economic justice amidst a whirlwind of lightning-quick singing, autotuned shock-jockery, gadgets, voices, instruments, and sonic chaos.

Created, Written, and Scored by Paul Pinto
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Scenic Design by Carolyn Mraz
Lighting Design by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
Sound Design by Philip White
Choreographed by Chloe Treat
Sound Engineered by Gus Callahan
Production stylist Aliza Simons
Stage Managed by Alex B. West
Starring: Joan La BarbaraChristian LuuAndrew MayerPaul Pinto, Eddie Rodriguez Jr., Erin Rogers, Mélanie GeninAndrew Livingston, Pat Muchmore, Kate Sloat, and Jeffrey Young

Additional words by Rick Burkhardt
Electronic score developed with assistance by Miguel Frasconi
Huge thanks to Ne(x)tworks, thingNY, The Industry, and Experiments in Opera for developmental support.


Photo by Benjamin Heller, graphic design by Katie Dean

 

October 19, 2017

Thomas Paine in Violence

Date: November 7, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

I’ll be playing piano and singing for most of November. If you’re in the neighboring apartment, I apologize. Otherwise, I promise you’re going to love this new look.  There are 10 chances to catch Thomas Paine in Violence presented by HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.  Tickets start at $25. Get them HERE!

HERE Presents
Thomas Paine in Violence

TICKETS:
Mon. Nov. 6 – 8:30pm
Tue. Nov. 7 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 9 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 10 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 11 – 8:30pm
Sun. Nov. 12 – 8:30pm
Wed. Nov. 15 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 16 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 17 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 18 – 8:30pm

HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.
Thomas Paine in Violence is an electronic psychedelic opera-sermon set in a radio station in the afterlife of the Founding Father and international activist. Joan La Barbara portrays Paine struggling to broadcast a message of economic justice amidst a whirlwind of lightning-quick singing, autotuned shock-jockery, gadgets, voices, instruments, and sonic chaos.

Created, Written, and Scored by Paul Pinto
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Scenic Design by Carolyn Mraz
Lighting Design by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
Sound Design by Philip White
Choreographed by Chloe Treat
Sound Engineered by Gus Callahan
Production stylist Aliza Simons
Stage Managed by Alex B. West
Starring: Joan La BarbaraChristian LuuAndrew MayerPaul Pinto, Eddie Rodriguez Jr., Erin Rogers, Mélanie GeninAndrew Livingston, Pat Muchmore, Kate Sloat, and Jeffrey Young

Additional words by Rick Burkhardt
Electronic score developed with assistance by Miguel Frasconi
Huge thanks to Ne(x)tworks, thingNY, The Industry, and Experiments in Opera for developmental support.


Photo by Benjamin Heller, graphic design by Katie Dean

October 19, 2017

Thomas Paine in Violence

Date: November 9, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

I’ll be playing piano and singing for most of November. If you’re in the neighboring apartment, I apologize. Otherwise, I promise you’re going to love this new look.  There are 10 chances to catch Thomas Paine in Violence presented by HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.  Tickets start at $25. Get them HERE!

HERE Presents
Thomas Paine in Violence

TICKETS:
Mon. Nov. 6 – 8:30pm
Tue. Nov. 7 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 9 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 10 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 11 – 8:30pm
Sun. Nov. 12 – 8:30pm
Wed. Nov. 15 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 16 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 17 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 18 – 8:30pm

HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.
Thomas Paine in Violence is an electronic psychedelic opera-sermon set in a radio station in the afterlife of the Founding Father and international activist. Joan La Barbara portrays Paine struggling to broadcast a message of economic justice amidst a whirlwind of lightning-quick singing, autotuned shock-jockery, gadgets, voices, instruments, and sonic chaos.

Created, Written, and Scored by Paul Pinto
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Scenic Design by Carolyn Mraz
Lighting Design by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
Sound Design by Philip White
Choreographed by Chloe Treat
Sound Engineered by Gus Callahan
Production stylist Aliza Simons
Stage Managed by Alex B. West
Starring: Joan La BarbaraChristian LuuAndrew MayerPaul Pinto, Eddie Rodriguez Jr., Erin Rogers, Mélanie GeninAndrew Livingston, Pat Muchmore, Kate Sloat, and Jeffrey Young

Additional words by Rick Burkhardt
Electronic score developed with assistance by Miguel Frasconi
Huge thanks to Ne(x)tworks, thingNY, The Industry, and Experiments in Opera for developmental support.


Photo by Benjamin Heller, graphic design by Katie Dean

October 19, 2017

Thomas Paine in Violence

Date: November 10, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

I’ll be playing piano and singing for most of November. If you’re in the neighboring apartment, I apologize. Otherwise, I promise you’re going to love this new look.  There are 10 chances to catch Thomas Paine in Violence presented by HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.  Tickets start at $25. Get them HERE!

HERE Presents
Thomas Paine in Violence

TICKETS:
Mon. Nov. 6 – 8:30pm
Tue. Nov. 7 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 9 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 10 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 11 – 8:30pm
Sun. Nov. 12 – 8:30pm
Wed. Nov. 15 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 16 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 17 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 18 – 8:30pm

HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.
Thomas Paine in Violence is an electronic psychedelic opera-sermon set in a radio station in the afterlife of the Founding Father and international activist. Joan La Barbara portrays Paine struggling to broadcast a message of economic justice amidst a whirlwind of lightning-quick singing, autotuned shock-jockery, gadgets, voices, instruments, and sonic chaos.

Created, Written, and Scored by Paul Pinto
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Scenic Design by Carolyn Mraz
Lighting Design by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
Sound Design by Philip White
Choreographed by Chloe Treat
Sound Engineered by Gus Callahan
Production stylist Aliza Simons
Stage Managed by Alex B. West
Starring: Joan La BarbaraChristian LuuAndrew MayerPaul Pinto, Eddie Rodriguez Jr., Erin Rogers, Mélanie GeninAndrew Livingston, Pat Muchmore, Kate Sloat, and Jeffrey Young

Additional words by Rick Burkhardt
Electronic score developed with assistance by Miguel Frasconi
Huge thanks to Ne(x)tworks, thingNY, The Industry, and Experiments in Opera for developmental support.


Photo by Benjamin Heller, graphic design by Katie Dean

October 19, 2017

Thomas Paine in Violence

Date: November 11, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

I’ll be playing piano and singing for most of November. If you’re in the neighboring apartment, I apologize. Otherwise, I promise you’re going to love this new look.  There are 10 chances to catch Thomas Paine in Violence presented by HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.  Tickets start at $25. Get them HERE!

HERE Presents
Thomas Paine in Violence

TICKETS:
Mon. Nov. 6 – 8:30pm
Tue. Nov. 7 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 9 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 10 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 11 – 8:30pm
Sun. Nov. 12 – 8:30pm
Wed. Nov. 15 – 8:30pm
Thu. Nov. 16 – 8:30pm
Fri. Nov. 17 – 8:30pm
Sat. Nov. 18 – 8:30pm

HERE Arts Center in association with thingNY.
Thomas Paine in Violence is an electronic psychedelic opera-sermon set in a radio station in the afterlife of the Founding Father and international activist. Joan La Barbara portrays Paine struggling to broadcast a message of economic justice amidst a whirlwind of lightning-quick singing, autotuned shock-jockery, gadgets, voices, instruments, and sonic chaos.

Created, Written, and Scored by Paul Pinto
Directed by Rick Burkhardt
Scenic Design by Carolyn Mraz
Lighting Design by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
Sound Design by Philip White
Choreographed by Chloe Treat
Sound Engineered by Gus Callahan
Production stylist Aliza Simons
Stage Managed by Alex B. West
Starring: Joan La BarbaraChristian LuuAndrew MayerPaul Pinto, Eddie Rodriguez Jr., Erin Rogers, Mélanie GeninAndrew Livingston, Pat Muchmore, Kate Sloat, and Jeffrey Young

Additional words by Rick Burkhardt
Electronic score developed with assistance by Miguel Frasconi
Huge thanks to Ne(x)tworks, thingNY, The Industry, and Experiments in Opera for developmental support.


Photo by Benjamin Heller, graphic design by Katie Dean

October 19, 2017