The duo of Gordon Beeferman (piano) and Dafna Naphtali (voice, electronics) plays settings and improvisations for piano and voice with kinetic sound processing, fractal rhythms, and generating polyphonic / kaleidophonic disturbances. Gordon Beeferman fleshes out protean fragments into strikingly … Continue reading
Clip Mouth Unit (Jen Baker (trombone/voice) and Dafna Naphtali (voice/live-sound-processing/electronics) has created a unique set of open form compositions for their multi-faceted performance concept — merging electro-acoustics, multi-phonics, and extended techniques, integrated directly with scalar and rhythmic concepts.
Dafna Naphtali / Jen Baker at NYC Electroacoustic Improv Summit 2016
featuring U-Gruve Augmented Audio in Washington Square Park, NYC.
Walkie Talkie Dream Angles, an electroacoustic composition and interactive sound walk for Washington Square Park by Dafna Naphtali … Continue reading
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/974065419322445/
from previous performance at Jack Theater in 2014:
CHATTER BLIP is a duo project of Chuck Bettis (electronics/throat) and Dafna Naphtali (electronics/processing/voice) — an interstellar multi-character audio operetta involving a multitude of human, alien, and machine voices, in a mash-up of primal and classic sci-fi and electro-acoustics….. with performances since 2006.
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):
Quarry by video artist Lenore Malen, was filmed in upstate New York in June 200l, edited in September 2001 and with a final edit in 2012.
It was the very first project of The New Society for Universal Harmony. granarybooks.com/book/100/Lenore_Malen+The_New_Society_for_Universal_Harmony/
Dafna created the … Continue reading
Magic Names is a six-member self-led vocal ensemble, founded in 2007 to champion Stimmung, the rarely performed vocal masterpiece of Karlheinz Stockhausen (written in 1968). The group’s premiere concert after an intensive 18-month rehearsal period was in May 2009 at the New Museum in New York City. We are an … Continue reading
Performer/composers Kitty Brazelton and Dafna Naphtali collaborate on a montage of extremes: textures hard/soft, noises white/red, harmony rooted/disembodied, silence. Both women sing with startling multi-octave ranges*. Both women play electric guitar / bass. Both women compose hard-core computer music. All this is woven, … Continue reading