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Thursday 18th December, 2003
Sound Art Performance aboard the Christchurch Tram!
Christchurch, New Zealand
6.45pm - board at the tram stop in Cathedral Square
Trambience is a performance event organised by The Physics Room, featuring audio artists Adam Willets (NZ) and Sarah Peebles (Canada). The performance will take place on board one of the city's beautifully restored heritage trams. Performers Sarah Peebles and Adam Willets will create experimental soundtracks as the tram progresses around the city loop for one hour. The artists will improvise, interweaving their own compositions with the sonic pollution of the tram and the cityscape beyond.
Adam Willets is a sound artist and musician who produces improvised works using samplers and shortwave radios. For Trambience, Adam will be performing using tilt sensing gamepads to enable samples to be manipulated by the movements and vibrations of the tram. Sarah Peebles is an audio artist based in Canada, currently working in New Zealand towards a broadcasting project with National Radio's 'RPM'. Her Tokyo soundwalk composition "108" is currently on exhibition at The Physics Room gallery. Trambience is a project initiated by Zita Joyce and Adam Willets.
November 30, 2003
Downstairs corner of Vivian St and Tory St.
Tel: 384 1965
Wellington, New Zealand
An evening of improvisation, featuring Phil Dadson and Sarah Peebles, joined by Richard Nunns and David Rothenberg.
November 27-30, 2003
Victoria University Conference; Wellington, New Zealand
"Music, Locality and Place: towards a local discourse in music"
Illustrated talk, "Transforming Canada: journeys through familiar, surreal and exotic terrain".
November 14, 2003
"108 - Walking through Tokyo at the Turn of the Century"
(50 min.) by Sarah Peebles, diffused by Annette Vande Gorne, "confronted" with another sound landscape on the same subject, by a French type-setter.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, "The formula selected this year is a 'confrontation' between two type-setters per evening. The acousmonium of Musiques & Recherches includes 52 enclosures out of 40 ways of space projection."
November 13-16, 2003
"The Space of the Sound" international, acousmatic festival, produced by Musiques & Recherches
25 street Vergnies at 1050,
Fresques �lectroacoustiques Japonaises (November 14): B.Dubedout (FR)<>S.Peebles(USA-CAN) Le fran�ais Bertrand Dubedout et la canadienne Sarah Peebles confrontent leurs impressions sonores des temples de Nara, et des rumeurs de la ville � Tokyo ("108 - Walking through Tokyo at the Turn of the Century"/ Peebles, diffused by Annette Vande Gorne). En avant premi�re, un court m�trage sonore "Prunus Japonica" de David Fortez. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, "The formula selected this year is a 'confrontation' between two type-setters per evening. The acousmonium of Musiques & Recherches includes 52 enclosures out of 40 ways of space projection."
Friday September 5, 2003
Guelph Jazz Festival (Guelph, Ontario, Canada)
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 358 Gordon Street, 3 p.m. Free.
Evan Parker, saxaphone (UK)
Sarah Peebles, laptop and sh�ô (Ontario)
Nilan Perera, altered electric guitar and effects (Ontario)
Festival Schedule and further information:
123 Woolwich Street, 2nd Floor Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1H 3V1
Phone: (519) 763-4952
Fax: (519) 763-3155
Interview with Justin Hardison
The Wire - Adventues in Modern Music, issue 232
Micro-feature: Marcus Boon interviews Sarah Peebles on her activities as a composer and improviser, recent CD releases, and her thoughts on aesthetics and collaborations. (correction: photo by Daniel Peebles).
Smash and Teeny :
(Nilan Perera and Sarah Peebles)
Sunday, May 25
BBC3 Mixing It broadcast: John Butcher, Sarah Peebles, Nilan Perera session (confirmed)
Saturday, May 17
Performance, Wuppertal, Germany (to be confirmed)
Wednesday, May 14
"RiSK" PARANOIA Festival, Tilburg, Netherlands (confirmed)
Monday, May 12
ICA Theatre (seated), London: David Toop, Sarah Peebles, and Nilan Perera (confirmed)
Friday, May 9
"Club Diabolique" Patrick Kavanaghs, Moseley. 7pm-11pm. Birmingham (confirmed)
Thursday, May 8
Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, Scotland (confirmed)
Friday, May 2
BBC3 "Mixing It" studio session, London: Smash and Teeny with John Butcher (confirmed)
European Premier, "108 - Walking through Tokyo at the Turn of the Century",
Deutschland Radio Berlin, Leitung H�örspielWerkstatt (G�tz Naleppa, producer).
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