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The 32nd edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival (Festival International de Jazz de Montréal) takes place June 25 - July 4, 2011 at La Maison du Festival Rio Tinto Alcan in downtown Montreal, Québéc, Canada.
Festival International de Jazz de Montréal was named Festival of the Year by the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry during the Canadian Music Week gala in March.
Alain Simard, president and founder of the Festival, is delighted. "We are very honored to receive this award. It is the result of many years of effort poured into building the Festival into the largest event of its kind in the world."
Read more: Montreal Intl Jazz Festival 2011
Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation is happening June 24-26, 2011 at Silent Barn in Brooklyn and Outpost in Ridgewood, Queens, New York.
This is a 3-day festival dedicated to DIY experimental music and video art, with workshops, discussions, screenings, and live music performances.
Ende Tymes Festival 2011 is supported by funds from the Experimental TV Center, NYSCA, and many Kickstarter supporters.
3-5pm Saturday at Outpost:Artist discussion, "Street-level experimental music and the evolution of technology and culture" – With Phill Niblock, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Al Margolis, Katherine Liberovskaya, AMK, Rat Bastard, Gen Ken Montgomery, Damion Romero
Sound installations by Tom Grimley and Bob Bellerue are exhibited all weekend at Silent Barn.
FridayLive performances:8:00 PM doors open9:00 PM Pharmakon9:20 PM Rust Worship 9:40 PM Twisty Cat 10:00 PM Postcommodity (OK/NM)10:20 PM Fatale (IL)10:40 PM Jeff Carey (MD)11:00 PM Vertonen (IL)11:20 PM Crank Sturgeon (ME)11:40 PM MV Carbon 12:10 AM BWT (IL)12:30 AM Bran(…)Pos (CA)12:50 AM The Rat Bastard Experience (FL)1:20 AM ISA Christ 1:40 AM Hex Breaker Quartet
Live performances:8:00 PM doors open 9:00 PM John Mannion9:20 PM Page27 (CO)9:40 PM KILT (NM/NYC)10:00 PM Dog Lady (MI)10:20 PM Phill Niblock11:20 PM Sick Llama (MI)11:40 PM Novasak (CO)12:00 AM AMK (CA)12:30 AM Andrew Coltrane (MI)12:50 AM GX Jupitter-Larsen (CA)1:20 AM Kyle Clyde1:40 AM Yellow Tears
SundayLive performances:8:00 PM doors open9:00 PM EID 9:10 PM Cowards9:30 PM Liam Mooney (CA)9:50 PM Gen Ken Montgomery10:10 PM Work/Death (RI)10:30 PM Monsturo (CA)10:50 PM Mike Shiflet (OH)11:10 PM Damion Romero (CA)11:40 PM IDM Theftable (ME)12:00 AM Jason Soliday (IL)12:20 AM Opponents12:40 AM Lolly Gesserit (RI)
Fridayvideo screenings: 6:00pm Stephen Shearer, The Golden AgeOcusonic, A Diamond Forms Under PressureKamran Sadeghi, Cohesionenrique maitland, #8 SWEET:BOXClint Enns, Lucifer Bearer of LightBrian Edgerton, A FlashEric Ostrowski, OBEYEyeBodega (Rob Chabebe & Joe Perez), Discrete ForestsSara Sun, BlueBradley Eros + Tim Geraghty, TRANSTRANS (TRANSFORMERS Transformed)Chris Rice, Death Cry (Siren Song)Zach Layton, untitled
Live performances:7:00pm C Spencer Yeh 7:20pm David Linton
video screenings: 6:00PM Alexei Dmitriev, Abstract?Renata Padovan, Tulips for IguazuMaile Colbert, Over The EyesPaul Prudence + Francisco López, Hydro-Organic Machine StudyRyan Marino, All That RemainsCarole Kim + Carl Stone, Under GlassBenjamin Schultz-Figueroa + Tristan Shepherd, And They Watched The World All AroundMike & Dawn Haleta, Cycle412 & Poly Floater StudyShanna Maurizi + Julia Shirar, Landscape: Los AngelesJeff Gburek, The Perfect Sentence is the Perfect Silence
Live performances:7:15pm Bruce Tovsky7:35pm Katherine Liberovskaya + Al Margolis
video screenings 6:00pm Russell Chartier, ConfinedJean D.L., A long night…James Elaine + William Basinski, Blueprints on a Winter PondJeff Carey, Mod, ImpulseLucas Abela, DJ Smallcock's Vinyl ArcadeZ'EV, KALIgraphix 3 ...........for Brion GysinJoshua Bastien + Dreamcatcher (Blake Hargreaves & Katherine Kline),Blown TopologiesCristopher Cichocki, Cycle in Cycle & Storm DrainFabio Scaccioli + Volcano the Bear, Vita notturna di una pozzanghera / Nightlife in a puddle
Live performances:7:00pm Daniel Iglesia7:20pm Fyxzis (Steven Flato, Richard Kamerman, Corey Larkin)
For more information, visit www.halfnormal.com/endetymes.
Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental LiberationJune 24-26, 2011
Silent Barn 915 Wyckoff AvenueBrooklyn, New York
Outpost 1665 Norman StreetRidgewood, QueensNew York
NYC Pride Week runs June 18 - 27, 2011 at several venues in New York City.
Heritage of Pride, Inc, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, hosts its NYC Pride events each year in New York City. These events are organized for and on behalf of all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals and groups, and all others who support the struggle for the liberation of these communities.
In the spirit of Stonewall, Heritage of Pride welcomes the participation of all, regardless of age, creed, gender, gender identification, HIV status, national origin, physical, mental or developmental ability, race, religion or sexual origin.
Read more: NYC Pride Week 2011
The Chelsea Art Museum (CAM) again presents the Chelsea Music Festival (CMF) for a second year from June 14 - 18, 2011 at CAM and other locations throughout the cultural hub of Chelsea, including The General Theological Seminary, St. Paul's Church and the Leo Baeck Institute, in New York City.
CMF celebrates music and art with world-renowned musicians and exciting newcomers on the international music stage and features Classical and Jazz music alongside World and New York premieres of works by living composers.
The CMF 2011 schedule includes daily evening concerts, a family program, panel discussion, late night events and impromptu daytime performances at various Chelsea landmarks such as the High Line and Hudson River Park.
From the traditional to the experimental; the Baroque to the Romantic; and from Hip Hop to Jazz, the events celebrate composers such as Franz Liszt and Gustav Mahler, as well as a wide range of contemporary composers.
The Festival Opening Night – Liszt I: The ProtagonistThe Chelsea Music Festival Opening Night begins the journey of exploring the theme of Franz Liszt by retracing the composer’s musical life and influences with music by Bach, Beethoven, Liszt and Schubert. Champagne reception à la Liszt with Festival artists to follow.
June 15, Wednesday – Mahler & Radical DeparturesThis evening event combines the theme of Mahler with an art exhibit entitled Radical Departures at the Leo Baeck Institute, bringing together the work of Jewish and non-Jewish German artists whose work was eventually branded as "degenerate" by the Nazis and who were forced to flee Germany.
June 16, Thursday – Liszt II: The OrganistOn St. Paul Church’s magnificent 1897 Jardine organ, international virtuoso Stephen Tharp performs organ works by Franz Liszt in dialogue with a new composition from Composer-in-Residence Brad Balliett for choir and four bassoons, featuring ensemble Cantori New York, conducted by Mark Shapiro.
June 17, Friday – Liszt III: The Melodist – Carte Blanche to Alban GerhardtInternationally renowned star cellist and CMF 2011 Artist-in-Residence Alban Gerhardt collaborates with Festival musicians to create an evening filled with music centered around this evening’s theme, exploring the beauty and necessity of melody.
June 18, Saturday morning – Family Event: How to Compose in Color and Sound IIThis event allows children and adults alike to have a hands-on opportunity to step into the shoes of a composer and learn about the process of musical creation.
Participants will experience the sounds of various instruments, collaborate on a graphic score composition, and play their composition with Festival musicians. They will also create visual artwork inspired by live music and the museum’s surroundings.
This event features Composers-in-Residence Doug Balliett and Brad Balliett, Chelsea Music Festival musicians and Festival Visual Artist-in-Residence Carri Jobe.
June 18, Saturday – "Voyager": Festival Finale with John Patitucci and FriendsGrammy award-winning bassist and jazz composer John Patitucci presents original compositions and Liszt-inspired arrangements, joined by jazz pianist Helen Sung, drummer Marcus Gilmore and Festival musicians in a unique blend of musical forces and styles. Festival Finale reception with all artists follows.
Also presented is a talk on Saturday afternoon:
The Festival Talks – Paths on the Upright: Improvisation and journeying the musical highway from classical to jazzFestival musicians John Patitucci, Artist-in-Residence Alban Gerhardt, organist Stephen Tharp and Composers-in-Residence Brad Balliett and Doug Balliett discuss the impulse to create through improvisation, notation and communication. Hosted by CMF Artistic Director Ken-David Masur.
For more information, go to www.chelseaartmuseum.org.
Chelsea Music Festival June 14 - 18, 2011
Chelsea Art Museum556 W. 22nd St. (at 11th Avenue)New York City
The General Theological Seminary440 W. 21st StreetNew York City212-243-5150
Church of St. Paul‘s, New York315 West 22nd StreetNew York City
Leo Baeck Institute15 West 16th StreetNew York City212-744-6400
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