Performing with Burnt Dot at Coaxial, Los Angeles.
This event is part of the wulf.'s second Open Source electronic music series. Made possible in part by donations from the DCA Los Angeles.
Performing with Burnt Dot (Ryan Gaston and Sarah Belle Reid) as part of the Sacramenta Audio Waffle
starts at NOON.. all ages are welcome.. $8-10 cover (sliding scale).. cover includes waffles and coffee
Red Museum, Sacramento, CA
Works by Sun Ra, William Roper, and Wadada Leo Smith.
TWO performances: 7pm & 9:30pm
Voice - Micaela Tobin, Areni Agbabian
Flute - Christine Tavolacci
Saxophone - Casey Anderson, Patrick Shiroishi
Trumpet - Sarah Belle Reid
Tuba - William Nakamura
Bass - Dave Tranchina (Acoustic), Brendan Carn (Electric)
Guitar - Josh Gerowitz
Drums - Corey Fogel, Liam Mooney
June 16, 7PM and 9:30PM (limited seating)
Timepiece - Sarah Belle Reid's DMA-1 Performance
Timepiece is a performance-installation that ponders the existence of time as a non-linear, malleable phenomenon. An audiovisual performance for augmented trumpet (MIGSI), Serge modular synthesizer, electronics, and objects.
8PM Roy O. Disney Hall
Solo MIGSI set, 6PM April 14th
High Desert Soundings is a two day festival of experimental music in and around Joshua Tree National Park. Featuring 25 distinct performers spanning a wide spectrum of experimental music practices, High Desert Soundings is a chance for listeners to immerse themselves in two full days of music in one of the worlds most striking landscapes.
April 3, 8PM, Zipper Concert Hall, LA
About the Concert
Vicki Ray will be featuring new works and original compositions for piano and electronics by Daniel Corral, Sarah Belle Reid, Pierre Jodlowski, Fay Wang, Joshua Carro, and Noboyoshi Tanaka.
Composer Sarah Belle Reid is a performer dedicated to new and experimental music. Her composition, title Memory House in Gold is an electroacoustic piece for prepared piano and found objects. Vicki Ray notes “I was intrigued by Sarah’s sound/noise world and wondered what she might do with something like a grand piano. The piece uses vibration sensors and surface transducers to create what Sarah describes as a ‘sonic world that is simultaneously fragile and intense,’”
I will be giving a talk/performance on interactive technology in live performance as part of IRCAM's ImproTech conference.
ImproTech Paris - Philly will take place at University of Pennsylvania, with concerts at The Rotunda and the Annenberg Center, and musical events at the ICA. Scholars, students, musician, makers will come from all places in europe and the US to talk about their work, demo, teach and perform. IK Paris-Philly will flourish on the explosive encounter of prominent research labs researchers, well established musical figures of Jazz and contemporary music, and the young avant-garde / underground scene of Philadelphia and surroundings.
CSUF New Music Ensemble performs my piece "Parabolae" along with works by Oliveros, Wolff and others, 8PM Clayes Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall
Pamela Madsen, Director, Eric Dries, Music Technology Director, Charles Sharp, Improvisation Group Director
With Special Guest Artist: Sarah Belle Reid-Composer-Performer
Open Form, Indeterminacy and Sonic Landscapes-Music of Pauline Oliveros, Christian Wolff, Sarah Belle Reid, Eric Dries, Pamela Madsen, Charles Sharp
Clayes Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall
Mills College Songline
Music by Sarah Belle Reid, Pauline Oliveros, Johanna Beyer + Belinda Lee
Played by Ctrl-Z
saturday oct. 21, 2017, 8:00 pm
1050 river st. #127, santa cruz
New music by Sarah Belle Reid, Belinda Lee, and classics by Pauline Oliveros and Johanna Beyer.
Thursday, October 19 2017 8:00 PM
Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco
8:00pm John Bischoff (electronics)
Works by Sarah Belle Reid, Pauline Oliveros, Belinda Lee, and Johanna Beyer
Ryan Page, Daniel Steffey, Nick Wang (electronics)
Tom Nunn - inventions, Ron Heglin- voice/brass, Doug Carroll - cello
A Cross-Section of Experimental Improvisation in SoCal
A night of sonic hallucinations/alternative realities. Vienna-based La Musa cross the Atlantic for a US cross-country as a trio with San-Diego based cellist T.J. Borden that will bring them to at Automata will bring them to mythic Southern California, where the golden West falls into the Pacific. Aiding them in their performance at Automata will be a variety of treasures: Burnt Dot, a duo featuring Sarah Belle Reid (trumpet/electronics) and Ryan Gaston (modular synth); Matt Barbier, local trombone/euphonium player; and a duo piece from Casey Anderson and San Diego-based Steven Flato, foreshadowing a future release on Erstwhile Records.
Artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle presents Exploring the Nowannago: Kentifrican Modes of Resistance, a provocative performance that abstractly explores the effect of the past on contemporary identities. The performance includes her collaborator Tyler Matthew Oyer and a live score by the Kevin Robinson Ensemble (KREation) with Sarah Belle Reid on trumpet.