[Dec 3 and Dec 18] Watch Party for NowNet Arts: Transmission Series 

NowNet Arts Transmission Series features premieres of Interloculation Flow and Here Mirror, Sub Way, Transcendence Transmission for NowNet Arts Ensemble electroacoustic group. The pieces are composed by Sarah Weaver for improvising performers and utilize conducting gestures based in Soundpainting. The performances December 3, 17, and 18 will be virtual in the network arts medium via JackTrip audio, OBS, and Vimeo Live. Audience can view online in the NowNet Arts Virtual Venue or attend in-person at Harvestworks for a watch party on December 3 and 18. Weaver will be in-person at Harvestworks for the December 3 performance. All performances will be followed by a post-performance discussion in Zoom (link in venue) or at Harvestworks @ 596 Broadway Suite 602 NYC.

December 3, 2022 at 12pm EST

Harvestworks Watch Party with Sarah Weaver, in-person at Harvestworks

NowNet Arts Hub, virtual
Also available to view online: nownetarts.org/venue

Post-performance discussion in Zoom (link in venue) and at Harvestworks

December 18 at 2:00pm EST (note different start time)

Harvestworks Watch Party – NowNet Arts Ensemble

LOCATION: 596 Broadway Suite 602 NY. NY 10012 @ Houston Street

COVID STATUS: masks are recommended.

Also available to view online: nownetarts.org/venue

Post-performance discussion in Zoom (link in venue) and at Harvestworks

Also: December 17 at 12pm EST Online Only: nownetarts.org/venue

NowNet Arts Chamber Works with Post-performance discussion in Zoom (link in venue)

December 3, 2022 ProgramInterloculation Flow

Performers/Improvisers: Viv Corringham (voice, electronics), Ximena Alarcon (voice), Cássia Carrascoza Bomfim (flute), Anne Sophie Andersen (violin), Biggi Vinkeloe (alto saxophone), Lynn Baker (tenor saxophone), Colin James Gibson (guitar), James Ilgenfritz (bass), Steve Rust (bass), Diane Roblin (piano, electric keyboards), Jane Wang (multi-instrumentalist), Gloria Damijan (toy pianos, percussion, objects), Rebekkah Palov (electronics), Mike O’Connor (network arts technology, field recordings), Kit Fitzgerald, (live video), Beth Warshafsky (live video).

Conductor/Improviser/Composer: Sarah Weaver. Visual Director: Katherine Liberovskaya

In collaboration with Harvestworks and Experimental Intermedia.

December 18, 2022 ProgramTranscendence Transmission
Performers/Improvisers: Yoon Sun Choi (voice), Matthias Ziegler (flutes), Jane Ira Bloom (soprano saxophone), James Zollar (trumpet), Ray Anderson (trombone), David Taylor (bass trombone), Mark Helias (bass), Ursel Schlicht (piano), Stephan Moore (electronics)
Conductor/Improviser/Composer: Sarah Weaver

Network Arts Technology: Mike O’Connor

The NowNet Arts Series is also available online only on December 17 at 12pm EST@ @ nownetarts.org/venue with the NowNet Arts Chamber Works and a post-performance discussion in Zoom (link in venue)

 The Program for December 17th includes: Here Mirror. Performer/Improviser: David Taylor (bass trombone). Performer/Composer: Sarah Weaver (electronics) and Sub Way. Performers/Improvisers: Robert Dick (contrabass flute), David Taylor (bass trombone), Gerry Hemingway (percussion). Composer: Sarah Weaver

Network Arts Technology: Mike O’Connor


NowNet Arts Ensemble features contemporary musicians and media artists in New York and locations internationally performing together live via the internet. With performances and collaborations spanning 15 years in network arts, NowNet Arts Ensemble expresses works at the forefront of the medium and artistic interconnection.

NowNet Arts Hub is an international virtual contemporary audiovisual performance group in partnership with Experimental Intermedia and Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center. The Hub was formed in 2022, evolving from the NowNet Arts Lab Ensemble (2020-2022) in the Covid-19 pandemic. The Hub has included performers from 17 countries connecting virtually from individual locations.

Sarah Weaver, Ph.D. is a New York-based contemporary composer, conductor, technologist, educator, and researcher working internationally as a specialist in large ensemble and network arts. Her work innovates contemplative concepts on network, synchrony, synthesis, and interconnection for artistic and social purpose. Weaver has composed solo, chamber, and large ensemble works for groundbreaking musicians for twenty-five years, integrating influences of classical, jazz, world, contemplative, electronic music, and individual music languages of performers. She is an innovator in network arts advancing live performance via the internet by musicians and artists in different geographic locations. Weaver is Director of Sarah Weaver Ensemble, Director of NowNet Arts, Editor of the Journal of Network Music and Arts (JONMA), Director of JackTrip Foundation, and Faculty of The New School College of Performing Arts.


This project is supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant

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