instill, by D. Edward Davis, is a piece for instrumentalist, guide, and meditators in a labyrinth. The four-hour installation/performance invites visitors to walk a path while shaking jars of seeds and humming along with the simple melodies of the sustaining instrument.
Performance locations include:
Duke Unicorn Bereavement Center - Hillsborough, NC
Canal Park - Columbia, SC
So You Want to Play with Electronics is a presentation and accompanying handout making the performance of pieces with electronics more accessible, inexpensive, and practical for performers regardless of technical ability. The presentation uses language of the discipline alongside simple descriptions to introduce and familiarize classical performers with some common programs and gear. The handout has step-by-step instructions for setting up any kind of electronic performance as well as hyperlinks to gear, how-to videos, and various other resources.
earspace is an ensemble based in North Carolina dedicated to creating invigorating, multi-sensory performances of music worth believing in. We seek to expose the inherent potentials within every moment and space, cultivating visceral reactions unique to every manifestation. Through our projects, we explore the extremities of contemporary performance and work to bring audiences closer to the music they experience.
if.else is an experimental duo consisting of Jenny Davis and Philip Snyder who seek the edges of sonic space. They enter their creations curiously and invite others into a shared space of discovery.