Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid

Paul Miller, (aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid) is a composer, multimedia artist and writer. His written work has appeared in The Village Voice, The Source, and Artforum amongst other publications. Miller's work as a media artist has appeared in the Whitney Biennial; The Venice Biennial for Architecture (2000); the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany; Kunsthalle, Vienna; The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and many other museums and galleries. His video installation "New York Is Now" was exhibited in the Africa Pavilion of the 52 Venice Biennial 2007, and the Miami/Art Basel fair of 2007. Miller's award-winning book "Rhythm Science" was published by MIT Press 2004, and was followed by "Sound Unbound," an anthology of writings on electronic music and digital media, published in 2008. Miller’s latest book is The Book of Ice (Mark Batty Publisher). Over the course of his career, Miller has collaborated with vast array of recording artists, ranging from Metallica to Chuck D; from Steve Reich to Yoko Ono. Miller’s large scale, multimedia performance pieces include “Rebirth of a Nation” (now on DVD), and “Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica,” which was commissioned by the Brooklyn Academy of Music for the Next
Wave Festival 2009.

Jeremy Ellis

Renowned for his maddening skills on stage, Jeremy Ellis is a savant performer that combines a lifetime of classical training with the latest technology today's musical landscape has to offer.
A forerunner of a new era in electronic music, he takes digital expressiveness full circle with his uncanny ability to compose mind-blowing beats and intricate melodies on the spot, controlling
entire virtual orchestras just with the power of his ultrasonic fingertips. The unbelievable trademark dexterity showcased in every single one of Jeremy's performances continues to inspire fellow
musicians and fans alike, for he has developed a unique, energetic and infectious solo show that is the exact opposite of the one-man laptop bore. Real live electronic music never sounded this thrilling, and some say it didn't sound at all before the arrival of Jeremy Ellis, the master of a craft that wouldn't exist without him.

Helen Money

The Boston Phoenix concisely described Alison Chesley aka Helen Money as “a Chicago classicalcellist-turned-Avant-metal virtuoso”. We concur, and add that her live shows consistently deliver an atmosphere that is simultaneously delicate, profound, and dense with power. When listening to some Helen Money arrangements with your eyes closed, it can be delightfully difficult to accept that this sound is originating from a singular player. Chesley has played on over 150 albums with artists such as Disturbed, Bob Mould, Mono, Anthrax, Broken Social Scene, Russian Circles, and Archer Prewitt among others, and in addition to performing at the Headliners Ball to benefit Street-Level, she will be returning on November 3rd to give a workshop at our Ashland Avenue multimedia center.

to give a workshop at our Ashland Avenue

$55.00 - $100.00

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