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September 25, 2004, 8 PM, $5 Donation @ The Gasholder Building, Troy NY
Phonographers of New York & Impulse Response
Live show inside the fabulous Troy gasholder building. With Mike Rosenthal, The Beige Channel, Michelle Nagai, Jonathan Way,Tommy Birchett, Scott Allison, Omnid, Andrew Hayleck, Stephan Moore, Scott Smallwood, Seth Cluett, and Ben Owen.

September 26, 2004, 5 PM, FREE @ 6B Garden, 6th St. and Ave. B, NYC NY
Soundwalk & Phonographers of New York
A second, different show with the NY Phonographers, outside in the garden. Preceded by a soundwalk through the East Village.  Walk departs at 5 PM and returns in time for 6 PM concert.

October 1-3, 2004, 12-4 PM daily, FREE @ City Hall Park, NYC NY
Conversations We've Not Heard
Live micro-cast as part of free103point9's microradio soundwalk, which is part of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Spectropolis.  A play within a play within a play...
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October 6, 2004, 7 PM, FREE @ Hunter College, Lang Auditorium, NYC NY
Urban Noise
Panel discussion on, well, urban noise...plus sound or music....noise or not noise?  Panelists TBA.

October 14, 2004, 5-6:30 PM, FREE @ The Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore Collge, Saratoga Springs NY
From Moving Off Center
Opening reception for the Fall Show at the Tang, which includes From Moving Off Center - a 5.1 channel surround sound installation in the Tang's public elevator space. Open through January 2, 2005.  Part of the Elevator Music Series curated by Gretchen Wagner and the Tang Museum.

October 16, 2004, 3-4 PM, FREE @ The Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore Collge, Saratoga Springs NY
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Live performance created by Skidmore College students and guests in collaboration with the artist. Takes place in the Tang Museum, accompanied by a live radio broadcast on 91.1 FM WSPN Skidmore College Radio. 

: : : Past Activities, Events and Performances : : :

February 11, 2004, 8 PM, FREE @ The Arts Center of The Capital Region, Troy NY
Where I Hear, Were I There
New solo work for 16-speaker array, live processing, field recordings and radio.
More info...

April 1-4 & 8-11, 2004, 7:30 PM and Sundays at 5 PM, $15 @ PS122, NYC NY
Coming Out Of The Night With Names
New dance/theater work from DD Dorvillier, Peter Jacobs and human future dance corps. Original music by Michelle and Kenta Nagai, wth performers Oren Bar-Noy, DD Dorvillier, Peter Jacobs and Heather Kravas. Lighting design Thomas Dunn, video by Molly Davies.

July 19, 2003 @ Dog Days Dance Festival, Cambridge NY
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Dance/Music improvisation created and performed by Michelle Nagai and DD Dorvillier.

July, 2003 @ iEAR Studios in Troy, NY
Artist in Residence
Residency at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's iEAR studios. Intent: to transform field recordings and sound experiences gathered during early stages of the EC(h)OLOCATOR project into a musical work for multimedia performance. More about iEAR Studios and the Residency Program at the RPI website...

June 12, 2003 @ KUNM 88.9 in Albuquerque, NM
Aether Fest I: A Festival of International Radio Art
Aether Fest is a month-long celebration of adventurous, experimental radio art that will debut on KUNM throughout the month of June 2003. Featuring Study for EC(h)OLOCATOR and works by other sound artists including Hildegard Westerkamp, Andra McCartney and Sarah Peebles. More about Aether Fest (complete schedule and artist info) and KUNM right HERE...

May 17, 2003 @ OfficeOps, 57 Thames St., Bushwick Brooklyn, NY / 8 PM / $5
Radio, Radio
A benefit for the new information network in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Artists performing wth radios starts at 9:30 PM, plus other performers throughout the night! Come out to support your radio voice! For more information click HERE...

March 27, 2003 @ California State University, Fullerton
Transforming Voices: women@work
An all day International Women's Listening Room Event celebrating Women's History Month. Organized by composer, pianist and theorist Dr. Pamela Madsen. More information on Transforming Voices right HERE...

March 19-27, 2003 @ Victorian College of the Arts, School of Art Student Gallery, South Melbourne Australia
Hearing Place: Exhibition and Audiotheque
Two exhibitions, audiotheque and CD release to coincide with the International Symposium of the World Forum of Acoustic Ecology. Follow this LINK for more information on Hearing Place. To buy the CD, visit Move Records right HERE...

March 2003 @ Harvestworks Digital Media Center, NY
Artist in Residence / Van Lier Fellowship
One year residency begins at NYC digital media center Harvestworks. Intent: to develop the technical infrastructure for the EC(h)OLOCATOR tour and master and produce a compilation album featuring recordings and compositons created from the tour. More about Harvestworks' classes and programs at www.harvestworks.org