Been super busy since January with local performances, but I did make a quick trip to Miami for a concert organized for the 12 nights festival and co-sponsored as part of the 23rd Subtropics festival.
(media coming soon!)
In April I’ll perform at NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival and also … Continue reading
Live Sound Processing Strategies: A free workshop and concert at Harvestworks was on May 12th, 2012
Joining Dafna were masters in their craft: Robert Dick (flutes) and Satoshi Takeishi (percussion):
A short hiatus from performing.. but I have been super busy mixing a backlog of pieces:
Been mixing these pieces:
• Stabat Mom with Kitty Brazelton with our project What is it Like to be a Bat?
• … Continue reading
“A VIEW ON IMPROVISATION FROM THE KITCHEN SINK”
Leonardo Music Journal Vol. 20 2010
by Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen
.. hibernating.. mixing an incredible backlog of projects and busy archiving old gems..
soon to be heard projects include:
- Stabat Mom (What is it like to be a Bat?’s “new” piece)
- Robotica (performance work — me with GuitarBot and percussion bots)
- Panda Half-Life (my vocal sextet with electronics on … Continue reading
read a new interview with me on Cycling ’74.com!
see/hear me at Vital Vox Festival November 5th !!
featured artist talk at Expo ’74 … Continue reading
I am working on mixing several projects which I hope will be published soon..
“Panda Half-Life” (commissioned for Magic Names vocal sextet) — live sound processing complex vocal sextet writing and gestural controllers (Wii and iPhones). We recorded at NYU … Continue reading
News Winter/Spring 2011
–January 9th — Magic Names performed an excerpt of Stimmung with choreographer Daria Fain
at Dance Theater Workshop — as part of the APAP conference.
Here is documentation of a performance at St. Mark’s Church in September
This past winter, I was busily preparing … Continue reading
Symposium on June 28, 2010 at HERE ARTS CENTER, New York: New instruments for Improvisation and Experimental Approaches with Laetitia Sonami, Dafna Naphtali, Matthew Ostrowski and Hans Tammen
New Instruments For Improvisation And Experimental Approaches, an investigation into contemporary sound art and experimental music using custom made electronic instruments, will … Continue reading
“Panda Half-Life”, my piece for Magic Names vocal sextet plus electronics premiered 6/17/11 at Issue Project Room (plus we performed an excerpt from Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Stimmung!). Dense and sparse, composed and aleatoric, sung and wheezed.. with 6 singers, 15 audio speakers, 6 game controllers.
Made possible with funding from American … Continue reading