Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Subtle Body Transmission Orchestra at Sonic Circuits Saturday Oct. 4

I'm thrilled to be playing with the Subtle Body Transmission Orchestra this weekend at DC's Sonic Circuits Festival.  We're going on at 5:30, either outside Pyramid Atlantic, around the fire truck pictured above, or inside, depending on weather. The music will be outside regardless, heh heh.
(Photo: Nico Barbiero/Postup Productions)
The Subtle Body Transmission Orchestra + Movement is a site-specific music & dance collaboration exploring the outdoor environment around Pyramid Atlantic with sound and improvised movement.
Daniel Barbiero (1958, New Haven CT) is a double bassist, sound artist and composer in the Washington DC area. He has released work under his own name and with If, Bwana (Al Margolis), Ictus Records percussionist Andrea Centazzo, Blue Note recording artist Greg Osby, and electronic sound artist Steve Hilmy, among others. In addition to his solo work and work with The Subtle Body Transmission Orchestra, he is a founding member of the free improvisation quartet Colla Parte and is a regular contributor to Avant Music News and Percorsi Musicali. The Subtle Body Transmission Orchestra is:
Daniel Barbiero, double bass, Sam Byrd, percussion & miscellany, Tim Harding, alto saxophone, Rich O'Meara, vibraphone & percussion, Tom Wall, baritone saxophone, with Jeff Surak, real-time tape interventions and dancers Ken Manheimer & others

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