Next week, Michelle Lou and I embark on a California tour inaugurating our new electric bass duo Bass2Bass. We’ll present new works by Weston Olencki, Sabrina Schroeder, and me. You’ll be able to find us all around the bay area and in Los Angeles.
April 18: Center for New Music and sfSoundSalonSeries (San Francisco) – 8pm
Buy Tickets ($15/$10)
April 19: CSU Monterey Bay
Workshop and performance for students
April 20: CCRMA at Stanford – 7:30pm
April 22: Indexical (Boulder Creek) – 8pm
Buy Tickets ($20/$10)
April 24: Automata (Los Angeles) – 8pm
Buy Tickets ($18/$15)
Hope to see you at one of these shows!
I’ve just joined soundcloud somewhere around 3-5 years behind the curve. You can find me at https://soundcloud.com/stwbass.
Berlin Phil. Mahler 7 (August, Lucerne Festival)
Steve Coleman and Five Elements (December, The Blue Whale)
Croissant from a retired French baker in the Lucerne public market
Michael Pisaro/Reinier van Houdt: the earth and the sky (erstwhile)
Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy by Gabriella Coleman
[not published this year, but I read it this year]
Visual Art (tie)
Agnes Martin (LACMA retrospective)
Toba Khedoori (LACMA retrospective)
Pear Cranberry Crumble pie at Pie Hole (special mention that this is nearly historic as their pumpkin pie, my favorite kind of pie, was also unbelievable)
A new piece for sine waves. You can listen to and read about it here: https://scottworthington.bandcamp.com/album/for-alvin-lucier.
I was lucky enough to be one of the bassists in an orchestra that recorded music for composer team Ajay Atul. It was the first Indian-produced film to be scored in Hollywood. They made a cool little promo video about the experience/session/music and it includes a surprising amount of bass section footage.