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CATHEDRAL 2001
48 hour webcast and festival of internet music.

Cathedral 48 Hour Webcast

Cathedral presented a live and on-line 48-hour Web concert and festival of internet music November 30 to December 2, 2001. The continuous webcast consisted of both acoustic and computer music, live concerts and events from associate sites around the world, interactive concerts by the Cathedral Band, and music created by listeners on new virtual instruments designed for Cathedral and made available on the Internet free to all.

Participating sites are New York, Boston, Seattle, Chicago, San Diego, and Atlanta in North America; Amsterdam, Krakow, and Rome in Europe; and Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney in Australia; as well as Buenos Aires and Tokyo.

Schedule of Events

GMTESTEVENT/GROUPDESCRIPTIONLOCATION
1 DEC
00:34
30 NOV
7:34 pm
Opening music by DuckworthPre-webcast feed begins. 
02:009:00 pmLive webcast starts
Dancing the Maze
Live at Galapagos

In partnership with kinoSonik, a kinetic living visual performance laboratory
The Cathedral Band
William Duckworth, DJ Tamara, Stuart Dempster, "Blue" Gene Tyranny, Abel Domingues, Arthur J. Sabatini and Charles Wood
Galapagos
70 N. 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY
Admission: $10
04:0011:00 pmThe Chronicler's SongsThe Cathedral Band, featuring Arthur J. Sabatini as The ChroniclerGalapagos
05:001 DEC
12:00 am
HeadstrongDJ Tamara solo setGalapagos
07:002:00 amMail Patterntherefore & Aspects of Physics collaborationSan Diego, Carboro, NC, & Galapagos
09:004:00 amHand DanceTomoko Yazawa, piano, including the premiere of Wm. Duckworth's Hand DanceTokyo, Japan
11:006:00 amThe Air of Other WorldsWarren Burt & DJ Brent Clough, live from the ABC studiosMelbourne, Australia
13:008:00 amChants GregorianLuigi Ceccarelli, Alessandro Cipriani, Nicola Sani, Emanuele Pappalardo, Michelangelo Lupone, Laura Bianchini, Eduardo Carlo NatoliRome, Italy
16:0011:00 amThe Barton WorkshopJim Fulkerson, directorAmsterdam, The Netherlands
17:0012:00 pmSound Massage ParlorStuart Dempster, trombone, toys, and didjeriduThe Tower,
Liberty Science Center
Liberty State Park, NJ
18:001:00 pmDisembodied VoicesLSC visitors on terminals and laptops, with William Duckworth and Nora FarrellTower, LSC
19:002:00 pmLandscapesWu Man, pipa, and Abel Domingues, guitarTower, LSC
20:003:00 pmThe Chronicler's QuestionsThe Cathedral Band, featuring Arthur J. Sabatini as the ChroniclerTower, LSC
20:003:00 pmJoin the New York PitchWeb BandPitchWeb bands around the world will contribute sounds to Cathedral's 48-hour webcast. Harvestworks will be open from 3 to 7 pm to allow New York City users to play along with Cathedral. No experience necessary.Harvestworks Digital Arts Media Center
596 Broadway
New York, NY
21:004:00 pmDouble StandardChris Mann and Annea Lockwood, with David Watson and Ikue MoriTower, LSC
22:005:00 pmPlugged InsightWalter Frank, keyboards, including the premiere of Wm. Duckworth's "Meditations on Satie, Nos. 1-3"Buenos Aires, Argentina
23:006:00 pmMusic from iEARIncluding performances by Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst grad students, plus faculty Curtis Bahm, and Scott SmallwoodGalapagos
2 DEC
00:00
7:00 pm Music from iEAR (continued)Galapagos
02:009:00 pmMusic from iEARIncluding Requiem Songs by Neil B. Rolnick, and a Sonic Meditation for the Web by Pauline Oliveros
Admission: $10
Galapagos
04:0011:00 pmMeditation for Wrench GuitarVito Ricci, wrench guitarGalapagos
05:002 DEC
12:00 am
   
06:001:00 amThe Chronicler's LamentThe Cathedral Band featuring Arthur J. Sabatini as the ChroniclerGalapagos
07:002:00 amAtlanta PitchWeb BandStock Footage: Michael Taylor and Jennifer ShannonAtlanta, GA
08:003:00 amShortwave SymphonyRod Hatfield, Spaceboat.TV with Wavicle, and Humanlab, plus Special Guest and i/oSeattle, WA
10:005:00 amAirwavesTopology and Loops collaborationBrisbane, Australia
11:156:15 amLuxnovaMark GreshamAtlanta, GA
13:008:00 amMeme-ing ex cathedraaustraLYSIS Electroband, Roger Dean & Greg White, in collaboration with Australian Broadcasting Corp, Andrew McLennan and The Listening RoomSydney, Australia
14:009:00 amSonic MandalaMay-Tchi ChenTaipei Theater, NYC
15:0010:00 amGPS-Trans Sound Map of KrakowMarek Choloniewski, Marcin Wierzbicki, Janek Choloniewski, Ryan IngebritsenKrakow, Poland
17:0012:00 pmOutside the LinesAnthony De Ritis, William Lowe, Arnie Cheatham, Dennis H. Miller, Bruce Ronkin, Robert Ward, Apostolos Paraskevas, Jeremy Van Buskirk, Ron Herrema, James Mello, Thomas Beyer, and special guest Judith Gordon performing selections from Wm. Duckworth's Time Curve PreludesBoston, MA
19:002:00 pmBoston PitchWeb BandAnthony De Ritis and other Northeastern Univ. musiciansBoston, MA
19:002:00 pmEssential MusicJohn Kennedy and Charles Wood, directorsGalapagos
20:003:00 pmThe Wild Is RisingJonathan Hart MakwaiaGalapagos
20:003:00 pmJoin the New York PitchWeb BandPitchWeb bands around the world will contribute sounds to Cathedral's 48-hour webcast. Harvestworks will be open from 3 to 7 pm to allow New York City users to play along with Cathedral. No experience necessary.Harvestworks Digital Arts Media Center
596 Broadway
New York, NY
21:004:00 pmLandscapesWu Man, pipa, Abel Domingues, guitar & Stuart Dempster, trombone, toys and didjeriduGalapagos
22:005:00 pmThe Sa-Reel ProjectSasha Bogdanowitsch, Darryl Gregory, Peter Hadley, Justin PiccirilloGalapagos
3 DEC
00:00
7:00 pmDancing with Salome
In partnership with Ocularis, Cinema Williamsburg Style
The Cathedral Band
William Duckworth, "Blue" Gene Tyranny, DJ Tamara, Stuart Dempster, Abel Domingues, Arthur Sabatini and Charles Wood, with special guest, Wu Man
Galapagos
with a special showing of Salome (Charles Bryant, 1923, 45 min. US), "A hot house orchid of decadent passion" Photoplay (1923), and The Fall of the House of Usher (Jean Epstein, 1928, 51 min. France), an eerie and poetic adaptation of Poe's famed tale.
Admission: $10.
02:349:34 pmWeb feed endsConclusion of the webcast 
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