12 NIGHTS IN THE PRESS
"[Calloway] relished this close interaction with his audience, and for this adventurous program, rich in sharp contrasts, it seemed quirkily appropriate that the musician, seated at the rear of the gallery, was flanked by lurid pulp fiction cover paintings of galloping horses, gunslinging cowgirls and a house afire." - See more at: http://www.artburstmiami.com/music-articles/review-cellist-throws-everything-into-the-mix-and-then-some#sthash.idQx5o2A.dpuf
ABOUT 12 NIGHTS
12 Nights of Electronic Music and Art is Miami's longest running experimental technology concert series of in Miami. The series features electronic music and audiovisual art at the Harold Golen Gallery and other venues around Miami, Fl. The series, entering its 9th season, is one of the original programs supported by the Foundation for Emerging Technologies and Arts (FETA).
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FETA 10 FEST is here to celebrate the anniversary 10th season. Hosted at The Betsy-South Beach (thebetstyhotel.com), the festival will consist of four events on February 3 and 4, 2017. The program will focus on presenting a wide spectrum of contemporary experimental music, featuring 9 artists performing on traditional and non-traditional instruments, mixer-instruments, voice and computers. World premieres and compositions by composers from the Americas will be paired with improvisatory audio-visual explorations. Live sound and video will enliven the freshly designed gallery at the fabulous Betsy Hotel. Artists include Teeth and Metals (Mark Micchelli, piano and Alex Lough, sonic electronics), Jason Charney (sonic and video electronics), Paula Matthusen with Nestor Prieto (sonic electronics), Albatross (Jen Beattie, voice and Adam Marks, piano), Philip White (sonic electronics) with Chris Pitsiokos (saxophone).
This matinee concert will feature electroacoustic and audio-visual pieces by the composers from eleven Central and South American countries.
“Hron teases out some fantastical material from her instruments, going some way towards redefining our perception of them. Taken as a whole, Léptidoptères is a nicely strange and engrossing cycle, one that finds a telling compromise between the immediacy of beauty and a more radical exploration into modes of behaviour and interaction.” 5:4 May 2016