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Jeffrey Krieger - Electric Cello

Archives: March 2006

Mon Mar 13, 2006

MAX/MSP Multimedia Software Class From A Unique Performers Perspective

I have presented successful classes on the computer and MAX/MSP software at the Hartt School in West Hartford, Connecticut and at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. MAX/MSP by Cycling '74 is multi-media software that I have been interacting with since the early 1990's in my performances. I have even created my own work, VIDEOCELLO, an interactive video improvisation for e-cello and computer. I have used this software in many ways both practical and aesthetical. From the beginning I saw the potential to harness very complicated technology in live performance extending the capabilities of the e-cello. All of my best collaborations and repertoire for the e-cello has been composed using MAX/MSP. In my class I offer a step by step progression of how I use the computer and software from a unique point of view. I present my traveling studio setup, realtime MIDI, complex electronic scores and alternative performance scores. Works by Kaija SAARIAHO, Anna RUBIN, Michael GATONSKA, John CAGE and Jeffrey KRIEGER. Feel free to email me about your questions and possible presentations.
Jeffrey Krieger

Posted by: Jeffrey on Mar 13, 06 | 7:32 pm

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New Audio on Media Page

Check out the new audio files on the media page. I'm excited about the two new clips, Landmine by Anna RUBIN and On Connecticut Naturalism by Michael GATONSKA. These are two fantastic pieces that really take the e-cello places!

Posted by: Jeffrey on Mar 13, 06 | 7:29 pm

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Fri Mar 03, 2006

New Britain Museum of American Art Previews and Premiere of Reliquary Of Labor

On Sunday April 30th at 2 pm at the Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut, Jeffrey Krieger along with his collaborators Gene Gort, Media Arts Director at the Hartford Art School, and Ken Steen, composer and faculty member at the Hartt School will present their multi-media work in progress titled Reliquary of Labor. This work was commissioned by the museum and the Robert's Foundation to celebrate the opening of the museum's new wing.

SECOND PREVIEW
August, 31, 2006
4 and 6 pm

PREMIERE
November 26. 2006
2:00 pm

Posted by: Jeffrey on Mar 03, 06 | 9:43 am

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