ResoNations - An International Telematic Music Concert for Peace

This looks like a great performance, organized by Mark Dresser and Sarah Weaver. Both musicians have been performing telematic performances for the past couple of years, creating music compositions based on scores, improvisation and sound painting.
ResoNations
An International Telematic Music Concert for Peace

November 20, 2009
7:30PM EST United Nations Headquarters, New York City, United States of America
4:30PM PST University of California San Diego, United States of America
5:30PM MST The Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada
November 21, 2009
12:30AM BST Queens University Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
9:30AM KST Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Dongguk University, Seoul, South Korea

Renowned musicians in five international locations perform new contemporary music works for peace through the telematic music medium. Telematic music is real-time performance via the internet by musicians in different geographic locations. The performance will take place on high-bandwidth internet with JackTrip audio software developed by Chris Chafe and Access Grid video software developed at Argonne National Laboratory. The concert will have local audiences and a world-wide webcast.

Program:

Hope's Dream by Mark Dresser and Sarah Weaver
Disparate Bodies by Pedro Rebelo
Rock, Paper, Scissors by Chris Chafe

Green-colored Harmony by Jun Kim


Locations and Musicians:

United Nations Headquarters, New York
ECOSOC Chambers

Presented by the World Association of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows
Dean Leslie, Presidential Attaché and Arts for Peace Director
Sarah Weaver, Arts for Peace Music and Technology Director, ResoNations Co-Coordinator

Joan La Barbara, voice, Yoon Sun Choi, voice, Robert Dick, flute, Jane Ira Bloom, soprano saxophone, Marty Ehrlich, woodwinds, Oliver Lake, saxophone, Dave Taylor, trombone, Tomas Ulrich, cello, Samir Chatterjee, tabla, Sarah Weaver, conductor and co-composer

Technology: Sylvain Bedard

San Diego, California, United States of America
University of California San Diego
Center for Research in Computing and the Arts, CalIT2

Mark Dresser, contrabass, conductor, co-composer

Technology: Todd Margolis, Michelle Daniels

Banff, Alberta, Canada
The Banff Centre
Chris Chafe, ResoNations Co-Coordinator

Lee Heuerman, soprano, Charle Nichols, electric violin, Sam Davidson, clarinet and electronics, Chris Chafe, electric cello and composer, Geoff Shoesmith, tuba and electronics, Knut Eric Jensen, piano

Technology: Theresa Leonard, Juan-Pablo Caceres

Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Queens University Belfast

Sonic Arts Research Centre
Pedro Rebelo, composer and piano, Franziska Schroeder, saxophone, Manuela Meier, accordion, Steve Davis, drums/percussion, Justin Yang, saxophone/electronics

Technology: Chris Corrigan, Felipe Hickmann, Rui Chavez


Seoul, South Korea
LeeHaeRang Art Theater, Dongguk University
Presented by Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT), KAIST, and MARTE Lab, Dongguk University
Jun Kim, composer, SeungHee Lee, haegeum, Euy-shick Hong, saxophone, Woon Seung Yeo, visuals, Quartet X: Yoonbhum Cho, 1st violin, Soyeon Park, 2nd violin, Heejun Kim, viola, Saelan Oh, cello
Technology and Logo Design: Woon Seung Yeo


Public Audience Information:

ResoNations can be attended in-person at the locations listed below.

United Nations Headquarters, New York
ECOSOC Chambers
Public Audience Address: Public Entrance at 47th Street and 1st Avenue, New York, New York, United States of America
Admission: $20 Suggested Donation
RSVP required.
Contact: World Association of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows artsforpeace@wafunif.org 212-963-3110

San Diego, California, United States of America
Performative Computing Lab, Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA)
Public Audience Address: Atkinson Hall Rm 1606, University of California at San Diego
Admission: $20 Suggested Donation
Seating is limited so please arrive at 4:15PST as entry will be first come, first served
Contact: Center for Research in Computing and the Arts staff@crca.ucsd.edu +1 858-534-4383

Banff, Alberta, Canada
The Banff Centre
Public Audience Address: Telus Studio, JPL Building, The Banff Centre, 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff, Alberta, Canada

Admission: Free
Public Audience Contact: Dominique Carrier Dominique_Carrier@banffcentre.ca 403-762-6313

Seoul, South Korea
LeeHaeRang Art Theater, Dongguk University

Public Audience Address: LeeHaeRang Art Theater, Dongguk University, Jung-gu, Pil-dong, 3-ga 26, Seoul, 100-715, South Korea
Admission: Suggested Donation 10,000 Korean won (KRW)

Public Audience Contact: Concert and International Inquiry - Woon Seung Yeo woony@kaist.edu +82-10-8980-5288, Venue and Domestic Inquiry -
Ji-Won Yoon jiwon1973@hanmail.net +82-19-374-2776 (or 019-374-2776 within Korea)

Webcast:

ResoNations can also be viewed online through the world-wide webcast hosted by Stanford University. RSVP required for webcast address. Space is limited, first come, first served.
Contact: Dominique Carrier Dominique_Carrier@banffcentre.ca 403-762-6313