march 7, 2017
LONDON
I'll be giving a lecture on my recent artistic and theoretical work as part of Goldsmiths' Music Research Series.
jan. 20, 2017
EVERYWHERE
New project announced on inauguration day, What is the sound of one flag burning? Support the Kickstarter campaign and receive a copy of this 50-edition vinyl record.
jan. 20, 2017
EVERYWHERE
New work included on Object Collection's Notes from Sub-Underground, a compilation featuring over 50 artists released on the US inauguration day.
jan. 2017
LONDON
After Sound is reviewed in the January, 2017 issue of British music magazine The Wire.
dec., 2016
NEW YORK
Interview with writer Melody Nixon in global arts and politics magazine Guernica.
dec. 5-9
STUTTGART, DE
I lead a workshop entitled Experimenting with the Real: Concept and Experiment at the German art school Merz Akademie.
oct., 2016
CATSKILL, NY Part of a collaboration with writer Melody Nixon, I will be an artist-in-residence at the Catwalk Institute.
aug-sept., 2016
AMHERST, VA
I am a composition fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA), an arts residency program in Amherst, Virginia.
aug. 11, 2016
EVERYWHERE
My book After Sound: Toward a Critical Music is published by Bloomsbury Academic.
aug. 8, 2016
DARMSTADT, DE
I present a lecture on my new book After Sound: Toward a Critical Music as part of the Darmstadt 48th International Summer Course for New Music.
aug. 4-6, 2016
DARMSTADT, DE
As part of the Darmstadt 48th International Summer Course for New Music, I will co-host a roundtable discussion with Dror Feiler on "The Political" featuring panelists Chaya Czernowin, Mathias Spahlinger, and Fahim Amir.
june 25-july 5, 2016
TINOS, GR
I am a resident at the 2016 Tinos Quarry Platform international artist residency program held on the island of Tinos, Greece. Curated and organized by Petros Touloudis and Alexios Papazacharias.
june 10-13, 2016
STUTTGART, DE
Complex Financial Instruments, a collaborative performance-installation project with theorist Leigh Claire La Berge opens at Projektraum LOTTE in Stuttgart, Germany.
june 1-4, 2016
AARHUS, DK
Paper presentation at Sound Art Matters, a conference at Aarhus University, Denmark.
may 21, 2016
STUTTGART, DE
I present Complex Financial Instruments (Ensemble/Exchange), an open group session of "financial therapy," at Biographies & the Production of Space, a conference organized by Akademie Schloss Solitude and Kaiwan Mehta.
summer, 2016
EVERYWHERE
New essay to appear in Phono-Fictions and Other Felt Thoughts—Catalyst: Eldritch Priest published by Noxious Sector Press.
april 30, 2016
STONY BROOK, NY
I present a paper at Stony Brook University's Periods and Waves: A Conference on Sound and History.
march 20, 2016
STUTTGART, DE
"Critical Music After Sound," an interview and studio visit with Akademie Schloss Solitude's Judith Engel and Paula Kohlmann, appears on Akadamie Schloss Solitude's Schloss—Post.
feb. 12, 2016
STUTTGART, DE My essay "(Re-)Transcribing Composition: Two Transcriptions/Ode to Schoenberg" appears on Akadamie Schloss Solitude's Schloss—Post.
feb. 3-6, 2016
WASHINGTON, DC
I present a paper on Slavoj Žižek, Pussy Riot, and John Baldessari as part of Seth Kim-Cohen's panel Singing LeWitt: Sound and Conceptualism held at College Art Association's 104th Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
nov. 20-22, 2015
TORONTO
I present a talk, "Music After Contemporary Art," at the third annual Tuning Speculation symposium in Toronto.
nov., 2015
PARIS
My review of Ultra-red’s URXX is published in Tacet: Sound in the Arts special issue, Sounds of Utopia.
oct. 25, 2015
NEW YORK
The Experimental Music Yearbook and Panoply Performance Laboratory co-present Complex Financial Instruments (Casey Anderson, student debt), an iteration of a new project by G Douglas Barrett and Leigh Claire La Berge. Performed by Casey Anderson and Esther Neff.
oct. 24, 2015
STUTTGART, DE
I present a talk, “(Re-)Transcribing Composition: Two Transcriptions/Ode to Schoenberg (2013),” at »(Re-)Constructing Authorship«, a symposium on cultures of authorship in the arts, humanities, social and natural sciences.
2015-2017
STUTTGART, DE
I am a 2015-17 Schloss Solitude fellow. I will be a resident at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart beginning in October, 2015.
sept. 25, 2015
NEW YORK
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS/ODE TO SCHOENBERG is featured as part of Apogee Journal's 2015 Benefit Auction.
sept. 3 - nov. 1, 2015
BERGEN, NO
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS/ODE TO SCHOENBERG installed as part of the PARABOL (Parabolic Loudspeaker) series, curated by Johnny Herbert, held at Stiftelsen 3,14 gallery in Bergen, Norway.
July, 2015
EVERYWHERE
New project Complex Financial Instruments discussed in “How to Make Money with Words,” an essay by literary theorist Leigh Claire La Berge published in the Journal of Cultural Economy.
2015
TORONTO
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS/ODE TO SCHOENBERG is purchasable in Toronto at Art Metropole.
june 26, 2015
UTAH
My new work Everything is purged from this composition but Melody, no ideas have entered this work (x100) (after John Baldessari) is performed as part of Listen/Space Commissions series Extremely New Experimental Chamber Music in Tollgate Canyon, Utah.
june 19, 2015
BERGEN, NO
I present a talk on my forthcoming book, After Sound: Toward a Critical Music, at the Hordaland kunstsenter in Bergen, Norway. Presented by nyMusikk Bergen.
april-july, 2015
BERGEN, NO
I am an artist-in-residence at USF AiR in Bergen, Norway.
november 8, 2014
TORONTO
I present my new essay “‘IDEAS MATTER’: Žižek Sings Pussy Riot” at the second installment of Tuning Speculation, an international symposium workshop organized by the Occulture in Toronto.
october 4, 2014
BOLOGNA
My work is presented in WALKING FROM SCORES, an exhibition curated by Elena Biserna in Bologna described as "a collection of scores and sets of instructions by artists involving walking, listening and sounding in urban space." Featuring the work of Alvin Lucier, G Douglas Barrett, Pauline Oliveros, Milan Knizak, Bill Dietz, and Ultra-red.
april 29, 2014
BUFFALO, NY
My work Two Voices performed at Buffalo's Hallwalls as part of Colin Tucker's Null Point 1. Too Little/Too Much.
april 17, 2014
earwaveevent.org
My new essay, written with Lindsey Lodhie, "'Hearing Things Through Things': Hong-Kai Wang's Music While We Work", appears in the first issue of Ear | Wave | Event.
february, 2014
JOHNS HOPKINS U P
My new essay "The Limits of Performing Cage: Ultra-red’s SILENT|LISTEN" appears in interdisciplinary journal Postmodern Culture, Volume 23, Issue 2.
november 1, 2013
TORONTO
New essay "The Debt of Philosophy—Cassie Thornton's Debt 2 Space Program and the New Materialism" presented at Tuning Speculation: Experimental Aesthetics and the Sonic Imaginary, a two-day conference held in Toronto. (Watch video here.)
december, 2013
BERGEN, NO
My score "Tactical Freedom Band Study" is featured in Johnny Herbert and Phil Gurrey's volume of art writing "Writing and Indifference".
september 22, 2013
LONDON
Work presented as part of Some Recent Silences, a concert program presented by Tim Rutherford-Johnson; performed by Apartment House, it includes the work of Michael Pisaro and Mathias Spahlinger, among others.
may 25, 2013
NEW YORK
Two Transcriptions, a special launch event for TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS/ODE TO SCHOENBERG. Featuring a roundtable discussion with activist Che Gossett and musicologist Benjamin Piekut, the event is curated by Justin Luke (Audio Visual Arts gallery) and held at the Incubator Arts Project on May 25, 2013.
may 23, 2013
NEW YORK
As a Critical Writing Fellow at Recess Activities (New York), my essay "Speaking Volumes: On Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson’s Volumes for Sound at Recess" is currently featured on the Recess Activities website.
march 23, 2013
NEW YORK
Alongside a special lecture-performance by world-renown theorist Gayatri Spivak, HENCE WHERE LABOUR is performed by Fahad Siadat at Theorems, Proofs, Rebuttals, and Propositions: A Conference of Theoretical Theater.
february 8, 2013
LOS ANGELES
Along with scores by Adam Overton and Christian Kesten, my work appears in the Experimental Music Yearbook, a comprehensive and varied database of experimentation in music/sound.
january, 2013
NEW YORK
eldritch Priest's new book Boring Formless Nonsense: Experimental Music and the Aesthetics of Failure (2013) "intervenes in an aesthetics of failure", and includes commentary on G Douglas Barrett and several other influential artists.
2012-13
NEW YORK
My project TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS/ODE TO SCHOENBERG, which features Zackary Drucker, Theodore Baer, and FLUX Quartet, is awarded a 2012-13 Franklin Furnace Fund grant. Please consider supporting this project through a tax-deductible donation.
december 6, 2012
POMONA, CA
Special reenactment of Julius Eastman's controversial 1975 performance of John Cage’s Song Books. A collaboration with Adam Overton presented as part of BESHT: The Bureau of Experimental Speech and Holy Theses at Pomona College Museum.
october 25-28, 2012
TORONTO
"At the Limits of Performing Cage: 4'33" and the Art Activism of Ultra-red" paper presentation at The Future of Cage: Credo conference, held at University of Toronto's Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies.
october 1, 2012
BERGEN, NO
My work A FEW MARLENES (WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE?) presented as part of a performance and exhibition curated by Johnny Herbert at PrøveRommet, Bergen, Norway.
sept. 1-10, 2012
LOS ANGELES
Work featured in Michael Pisaro's multi-part experimental music series Dog Star Orchestra (8) Los Angeles/Mexico City; day four curated and performed by Colin Wambsgans.
july, 2012
LOS ANGELES
Alongside works by Daniel Goode, Pauline Oliveros, and Heather Warren-Crow, my work is featured in Elana Mann's The People's Microphony Songbook, a compilation of scores, performance texts, and instructions exploring the People's Mic, active listening, and the human voice in performance.
june 8, 2012
NEW YORK
My new work Performance Strike (2012) featured in re/spond/re/peat, a group exhibition curated by Audra Wolowiec featuring artists who employ dialog through language in the form of text or speech. Held at Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn.
may 17, 2012
EVERYWHERE
My essay "The Silent Network—The Music of Wandelweiser" is featured in a special issue of Contemporary Music Review.
may 10, 2012
NEW YORK
Along with works and commentary by Tony Conrad, Pauline Oliveros, Yoko Ono, and La Monte Young, my artistic work and essay appear in Word Events: Perspectives on Verbal Notation, edited by John Lely and James Saunders.
april 22, 2012
LOS ANGELES
Work featured in radio performance by the People’s Microphony Camerata, an ongoing project by artists Elana Mann and Juliana Snapper appropriating the People's Microphone technoogy of the Occupy movement.
february 17, 2012
NEW YORK
WORKTREUE/TRUEWORK, my new program of performances, is presented at The Invisible Dog, Brooklyn, NY; performed by Fahad Siadat, James Moore, G Douglas Barrett and special guests.
january 27, 2012
NEW YORK
My new performance work HENCE WHERE LABOUR is presented as part of Sound Series at Presents Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; performed by Fahad Siadat.
january 27, 2012
TOKYO
My work is included on a program of experimental performance; Ensemble for Experimental Music and Theater perform works by Fluxus artists, the Scratch Orchestra, and a group of contemporary artists at the Tokyo Wonder Site.
january 22, 2012
CHICAGO
Along with pieces by James Saunders, Alison Knowles, and Pauline Oliveros, my work is featured in a.pe.ri.od.ic (5), a concert event curated by Nomi Epstein, Elastic Arts Foundation, Chicago.
january, 2012
JOHNS HOPKINS U P
Critical theorist eldritch Priest discusses my work at length in his new essay "Listening to Nothing in Particular: Boredom and Contemporary Experimental Music", published in Postmodern Culture, vol. 21, issue 2, January, 2012.
november 11, 2011
LOS ANGELES
Along with pieces by Mark So, Kara Feely, my work is included in Francesco Gagliardi's Thirteen Constructions, a program of performance works presented at Pieter.
november 11, 2011
NEW YORK
New work Ground Music presented at Conference of Works: Operations and Participations, a series of events centered around aleatory participatory performance practices across various media and art forms. Vaudeville Park and Grace Space, Brooklyn, NY. Organized by Panoply Performance Laboratory.
july 20, 2011
NEW YORK
I present my new performance work, INSTITUTION/AUDIENCE/4'33"/TWITTER MIRROR (2011), as part of ArtCards' Artist Conversations event series. Held at The Invisible Dog. Organized by Helen Wu and ArtCards. View ArtCards' screenshots.
july 10, 2011
TOKYO
Tomomi Adachi and the Ensemble for Experimental Music and Theater perform my score Head Music as part of an international program of experimental performance works from contemporary artists and composers, and historical works from Fluxus and experimental music. View video of the performance.
april 13, 2011
NEWMUSICBOX.ORG
My essay covering the work of Object Collection, Translating Innova: The New Opera Work of Object Collection, appears on new music website NewMusicBox.
april 7-8, 2011
PARIS

I present my new paper "Postconceptual Music" at Re-thininking Music of Today, a conference held at Université de Paris-Est Marne-La-Vallée, April 7-8, Paris.

march 13, 2011
CHARLESTON, SC
Along with works by Jason Brogan, David Kant, Alvin Lucier, Michael Pisaro, and Larry Polansky, the Charleston New Music Collective perform my work A Few Silence. Part of the Receiver Time-Based Media Festival, Charleston, SC.
february 17, 2011
NEW YORK
I present my new video/performance mash-up work, INSTEAD OF ALLOWING DANCING SEHGAL TO RISE UP THROUGH THE NIGHT CRAWL, ROLL UKULELE ACTIVITIES TUNED D.E.A.D., following artist Gia Edzgveradze's panel discussion, “Radical Criticism for A Radical Future”, at Stux Gallery, New York. Thursday, February 17, 2011.
february 11, 2011
NEW YORK
Twelve Reconstructions, an evening of short performance works by Francesco Gagliardi, G Douglas Barrett, Kara Feely, and Mark So. Assembled and performed by Francesco Gagliardi. Sound Series at Presents Gallery.
january 22, 2011
NEW YORK
UPENDINGS DERISIONS TRANSCRIPTIONS, a program including citations, cover versions, violations, (non-)realizations, mash-ups, and re-imaginings of/by G Douglas Barrett, Rozalinda Borcila, John Cage, Philip Corner, Chris Cuellar, Dan Graham, Jimi Hendrix, Hana van der Kolk, Adam Overton, and La Monte Young.  Performed by G Douglas Barrett, Chris Cuellar, and Hana van der Kolk. Held at Presents Gallery, 64 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, New York. Part of "Sound Series at Presents Gallery", organized by John P. Hastings.
january 6 - 11, 2011
NEW YORK
Along with an all-star cast of actors, performers, musicians, and artists and designers for the stage, I will be performing in a preview version of Object Collection's new large-scale opera production Innova. Presented at Incubator Arts Project, St. Mark's Church.
october 1 - 28, 2010
NEW YORK
My new performance/video installation work, Violin Tuned D.E.E.D., is presented at Diapason Gallery as part of "Non-Cochlear Sound", a show curated by author and artist Seth Kim-Cohen. Performed by violinist Tom Chiu.
sept. 17, 2010
OXFORD, UK
An article I co-authored with Mike Winter, "LiveScore: Real-Time Notation in the Music of Harris Wulfson", covering the work of the late composer Harris Wulfson, is featured in a new special issue of Contemporary Music Review, Virtual Scores and Real-Time Playing.
sept. 13, 2010
OSLO
Michael Straus performs my work A Few Street Pieces on top of the Oslo Opera House. Performance to be broadcast in October on 91.5 FM in Porto, Portugal as part of the Future Places Festival.
august 20, 2010
NEW YORK
"A Few Silence, A Place or Two, Some Applause", a program of experimental performance curated by G Douglas Barrett, Incubator Arts Project, New York, August 20, 2010, 10 PM. Revolving loosely around the meeting of post-conceptual and discursive practices with those developed by the experimental music tradition, A Few Silence, A Place or Two, Some Applause is an evening-length program of performance works which considers the concert situation as technologically mediated site for embodied, social and institutionalized listening. Works by G Douglas Barrett, John Cage, Bill Dietz and Adam Overton. Performed by G Douglas Barrett, Kara Feely, Travis Just, Francesco Gagliardi, David Kant, Aaron Meicht and Quentin Tolimieri.
august 7-nov., 2010
LOS ANGELES
My four-part series, Four Realizations of Place Feed-forward, is performed as part of the Little William Theater Festival of New Music, an event consisting of four resident ensembles performing works by 96 composers over the course of curator and composer Chris Kallmyer's a four-month residency at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
july 26, 2010
BERLIN
Ben Isaacs and company perform A Few Silence in Potsdam, 7 p.m. in a bicycle rental building located near the S-Bahn stop Griebnitzsee.
july, 2010
OTTAWA, ON
Recording of a performance of my piece Three Voices is included, or, rather "implicated" in eldritch Preist's essay, "A Sprawling Mess", featured in Radical Musicology (Volume 4, 2009).
july 5-8, 2010
ZÜRICH, CH
Incidental Music series, organized by Manfred Werder. Works by John Lely, Stefan Thut, Adam Overton, Sam Sfirri and G Douglas Barrett are performed at Galerie Mark Müller.
july 3, 2010
TURIN, IT
Blogger Federico Novaro wrote an entry (in Italian) about my piece, A Few Marlenes (Where Have All the Flowers Gone?), as performed by Kara Feely, Francesco Gagliardi and Elana Russo Arman, on July 1, at associazione 15 febbraio in Turin.
july 1, 2010
TURIN, IT
Zsa Zsa Gabor is 305 years old I know Beacause I counted Her Rings, a special program of experimental performance; performed by and including work by Francesco Gagliardi, Travis Just, Kara Feely, Alessandra Novaga, Elana Russo Arman and G Douglas Barrett. Held at associazione 15 febbraio in Turin, Italy.
june 28, 29, 2010
MILAN
Two evenings of experimental performance including work by Francesco Gagliardi, Travis Just, Kara Feely, Alessandra Novaga, Elana Russo Arman and G Douglas Barrett. Held at Phoebe Zeitgeist Teatro, Milan.
june 23, 2010
SHEFFIELD, UK
Stephen Chase presents #4 INSIDE/OUTSIDE, a program of works by Michael Parsons, John Lely, Alvin Lucier, Stephen Chase and G Douglas Barrett. Performed by Johnny Herbert and Ben Isaacs. Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, UK.
june 5, 2010
LOS ANGELES
Jessica Catron and Orin Hildestad present microscores for violin and cello at the Little William Theater in Los Angeles' Hammer Museum. Composers include Pauline Oliveros, Peter Ablinger, Chiyoko Szlavnics, Harold Budd and James Tenney.
may 23, 2010
CHICAGO, IL
Nomi Epstein, Jason Brogan, Patrick Liddell and Lee Weisert perform works by Nomi Epstein, Jo Kondo and G Douglas Barrett. To be held at Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music.
april 28, 2010
BATH, UK
James Saunders presents young Americans, a program of American experimental music including work by Travis Just, James Orsher, Joseph Kudirka, Craig Shepard and G Douglas Barrett.
april 24, 2010
REGINA, SK
My curated evening-length program of performances, "A Few Transcriptions, A Place or Two, Some Recordings", is presented at Canada's Neutral Ground, an artist-run centre in Regina, SK. Featuring works by G Douglas Barrett, Adam Overton, Francesco Gagliardi and Mark So; performed by Regina-based artists Jeff Morton, Erin Gee and John Hampton. Preceded by an artist talk discussing the work.
march 23, 2010
BUFFALO, NY
I become a doctor of philosophy. PhD thesis defense, music department, SUNY at Buffalo.
march 21, 2010
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
Place Feed-forward (Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin) performed as part of the second installment of Architectures of Sound, a concert series curated by David Kant, held at The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative, Charlottesville, Virginia.
march 20, 2010
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA
Michael Straus's ensemble, the quux collective, perform A Few Silence at the Swift Creek Mill Theater.
march 12, 2010
CHARLESTON, SC
Along with music by Eva-Maria Houben, David Kant and Michael Pisaro, the Charleston New Music Collective perform A Few Silence. Part of Silent Music, 4'33" and Beyond, a series curated by Jason Brogan and Sam Sfirri.
march 6, 2010
NEW LONDON, CT
Conference talk, Interdisciplinary Performance and the Maulwerker Ensemble, presented at Connecticut College's Biennial Symposium for Arts and Technology.
march, 2010
PRAGUE, CZECH REP.
My new essay, "Window Piece: Seeing and Hearing the Music of Peter Ablinger", appears in the March issue of HIS Voice, a Czech-language publication covering new music.
february 26, 2010
NEW YORK
New work Place Feed-forward (Konzerthaus Berlin) performed by clarinetist Charles Waters at ISSUE Project Room.
january 18, 2010
BERLIN
A special lecture entitled Listening to Language: Text Scores, Recording Technology and Experimental Music, to be delivered at the Universität der Künste Berlin. Part of the Sound Studies Lecture series.
january 16, 2010
BALTIMORE, MD
rare degree perform A Few Silence on a concert of music for saxophones, bassoon, and electronics. To be held at The Red Room, Baltimore.
january 13, 2010
NEW YORK
My new work A Few Rooms is premiered at Issue Project Room, part of Architectures of Sound, curated by David Kant and supported by MATA Interval. Also to include work by Charles Stankievech, Jacob Sudol and Casey Anderson.
january 12, 2010
BOSTON
rare degree perform A Few Silence on a concert of music for saxophones, bassoon, and electronics. To be held at Cambridge's Outpost Performance Space.
december, 2009
WINNIPEG, MB
My essay, "Between Noise and Language: The Sound Installations and Music of Peter Ablinger", is published in the December 2009, Volume 42, No. 4 issue of Mosaic, a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature.
november 20-29, 2009
HUDDERSFIELD, UK
As part of Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2009, pianist Philip Thomas performs a program of music by American experimental composers including Joe Kudirka, Christian Wolff, Larry Polansky, Travis Just, Craig Shepard, Mike Winter, Michael Pisaro and G Douglas Barrett. Additionally, A Few Silence to be featured as part of the HCMF Shorts series.
november 13, 2009
AMSTERDAM, NL
Performance of A Few Silence at Theater Perdu, Amsterdam. Performed by Taylan Susam, Lot Meijers, Jesse Broekman, Michael Straus and G Douglas Barrett. Followed by a round-table discussion of my work led by Bas Geerts and Vincent Van Gerven Oei.
november 1-5, 2009
LOUISIANA, US
My new work Two Saxophones is performed throughout Louisiana by Ant's Elbow, the saxophone duo led by Michael Straus.
october 2, 2009
LONG BEACH, CA
New work Three Voices (or Polyphony IV.) to be exhibited at Soundwalk 2009.
oct 1 - feb 1, 2010
BERLIN
I begin a research project in Berlin investigating interdisciplinary performance and the work of the Maulwerker Ensemble. Supported by DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service.
september 4, 2009
NEW YORK
Ontological-Hysteric Theater. Francesco Gagliardi presents tabletop performances, experimental reenactments, recollections, super8 films. Works by G Douglas Barrett, Mark So, Francesco Gagliardi, and others.
august 20-29, 2009
OSTRAVA, CZECH REP.
Along with an international group of composers, performers and scholars, I'll be participating in the 2009 Ostrava Days Festival and Institute. Aug. 20, the first of my cycle of pieces for full orchestra, Sixteen Hollywood Silence I: Hollywood and Vine, performed by the Janácek Philharmonic Orchestra.
july 11, 2009
BUFFALO, NY
Works in Translation, a program of video and performance by Lindsey Lodhie, Francesco Gagliardi, G Douglas Barrett at Squeaky Wheel Media Arts Center, Buffalo.
july 2, 2009
PASADENA, CA
Mark So and Adam Overton present performances of works by Adam Overton, Mark So, Francesco Gagliardi, G Douglas Barrett, for FESTIVAL (8) ARROYO, part of a series of guerrilla performances executed throughout Los Angeles.
june 28, 2009
TURINO, IT
Francesco Gagliardi presents and the, a program of experimental performance works by Amnon Wolman, Adam Overton, Kerstin Fuchs, G Douglas Barrett and Francesco Gagliardi. Held at associazione 15 febbraio in Turin, Italy.
may 18-june 7, 2009
N. SMYRNA BEACH, FL
I join several fellow associate artists at the Atlantic Center for the Arts for a three week residency with composer Alvin Lucier.
may 1-4, 2009
AMSTERDAM, NL
Michael Straus presents my new work, A Few Street Pieces, along with A Few Silence as part of his dam² Street Performance Project, a series of street performances taking place in Amsterdam and other cities throughout the Netherlands.
april 25, 2009
HUDDERSFIELD, UK
I am awarded the Plainsong and Medieval Society Composition Prize for my piece Derivation X. (2008), presented as part of Nothing New? Understanding Newness in Medieval and Contemporary Music.
april 25-26, 2009
HUDDERSFIELD, UK
Nothing New? Understanding Newness in Medieval and Contemporary Music, a conference held at the University of Huddersfield. The Edges Ensemble, directed by Joseph Kudirka and Aaron Cassidy perform works by Craig Shepard, Jason Brogan, Mike Winter, Michael Pisaro, G Douglas Barrett.
march 6-7,2009
NEW YORK
Performance with Craig Shepard and Sean Meehan featured in interactive installation work, Hertzian Rain, by Mark Shepard, presented at Eyebeam in New York. Part of MIXER: EXPO.
march 1, 2009
LOS ANGELES

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february 11, 2009
NEW YORK
S.E.M. Ensemble’s Reading of New Compositions Workshop, 2009. Among works by Petr Kotik, Christian Wolff, and Mike Winter, the Flux Quartet performs my piece Derivation XIIIb.
january 14, 2009
BERLIN
Experimental Performance II with Trio Fuchs Barrett Gagliardi at Miss Micks. Works by Barrett, Gagliardi, Fuchs, Overton. Guest performers to include Johnny Chang (Violin) and Erik Drescher (Flute).
december 6, 2008
LOS ANGELES
An evening of experimental performance with Duo Gagliardi Barrett at the Wulf. Works by Francesco Gagliardi, Adam Overton, Kerstin Fuchs, G Douglas Barrett. Guests to include Nathan Brown, Trombone.
november 29, 2008
BERLIN
Gallery Complice, Berlin: Kerstin Fuchs and James Orsher perform a concert of experimental music by Catherine Lamb, Antoine Beuger, Bill Dietz, James Orsher, G Douglas Barrett and others.
november 13, 2008
MUNICH
Kerstin Fuchs and James Orsher perform Two Voices. Part of the KLANG IM TURM series at Christoph Nicolaus' in Munich.
october 24, 2008
LOS ANGELES
Adam Overton's UploadDownloadPerform.net Release Party. Among other performances, an interpretation of my ||: DownloadPerformTranscribeUpload :||.
october 19, 2008
NEW YORK
Harris Wulfson Memorial and Concert. Memories, readings, performances from family, friends, fellow musicians. A celebration of the life of this amazing composer and wonderful friend.
october 3, 2008
NEW YORK
I perform NOISE Grüner Tee Eis at the Ontological-Hysteric Theater. Part of the SINTESI/DOGPILE Festival.
september 20, 2008
LONG BEACH, CA
I and others perform A Few Silence (location, date, time of performance) as part of SoundWalk 2008.
september 19, 2008
LOS ANGELES
Performance of Three Voices by Orin Hildestad, Christa Graf, Christine Tavolacci at the Wulf.
september 11, 2008
OMAHA, NE
Johnny Chang performs SILENCE Currywurst as part of the Microscore Project at ARTSaha! 2008. Strauss Performing Arts Center, Omaha, Nebraska.
september 1, 2008
LOS ANGELES
Johnny Chang and Jessica Catron perform TONE con leche and SILENCE Currywurst as part of the Microscore Project at the Wulf.
august 24-29, 2008
BELFAST, N. IRELAND

Performing the City: an Urban Performance Workshop. Works by Ablinger, Barrett, Gagliardi, Lucier, Neuhaus, Ono, So. Presented w/ Francesco Gagliardi as part of ICMC 2008.

august 23, 2008
LOS ANGELES
A Few Silence (Düsseldorf, 20:52, 07.25.07) for solo violin as part of Johnny Chang Presents. Part of recently scheduled goings-on at the Wulf.
july 22, 2008
BERLIN
Kerstin Fuchs performs Brian Song at Miss Micks in Berlin.
july 18, 2008
NEW YORK
Derivation XII. is performed at Listen/Space as part of the Rattlestick New Music MiniFestival.
july 16, 2008
NEW YORK
Derivation XI. is performed at Rattlestick Theater as part of the Rattlestick New Music MiniFestival.
june 6, 2008
BUFFALO, NY
Derivation X. is performed by Ensemble SurPlus as part of June in Buffalo.