[art+tech] [Fwd: Fwd: Invitation: Pure Data Focus Group, with Natacha Diels, Friday, 10/30, 4-6pm (rescheduled)]

douglas repetto douglas at music.columbia.edu
Tue Oct 20 14:59:28 EDT 2009


> *From: *"library" <library at exchange.tc.columbia.edu 
> <mailto:library at exchange.tc.columbia.edu>>
> *Date: *October 20, 2009 1:01:31 PM EDT
> *Subject: **Invitation: Pure Data Focus Group, with Natacha Diels, 
> Friday, 10/30, 4-6pm (rescheduled)*
>
> The Gottesman Libraries & New Blankets invites you to attend a
>  
> * **Pure Data Workshop *
>  
> Led by Natacha Diels, Flautist & Composer
>  
> *Friday, October 30, 4:00 - 6:00 pm*
>  
> The Gottesman Libraries
> Room 305
> Teachers College, Columbia University
> 525 West 120th Street
>  
>  RSVP by Wednesday, October 28 to *library at tc.edu 
> <mailto:library at tc.edu> <mailto:library at tc.edu>***
>  
> Flautist and composer Natacha Diels 
> <http://www.ensemblepamplemousse.org/ppi/natacha.html> was born in Los 
> Angeles in 1981 and spent most of her childhood in New Mexico. She 
> holds a BM in flute performance from New York University and a MPS 
> from the Interactive Telecommunications program at Tisch School of the 
> Arts, New York University.
>
> In 2002 Natacha founded the new music group Ensemble Pamplemousse 
> (non-profit inc. 2004), with the purpose of commissioning and 
> performing electroacoustic works for chamber ensemble. Natacha also 
> performs in contemporary, classical, and improvised contexts, 
> including such ensembles as On Stucture, Tall Brown Boots, and Red 
> Light New Music. She has participated as performer and composer in new 
> music and art festivals all over the world. Natacha is dedicated to 
> helping others incorporate technology and music and has taught 
> workshops at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; the 
> Montessori School of Raleigh; the Upper Catskill Community Center for 
> the Arts; and Hartwick College. She is currently developing a 
> Montessori program in contemporary music with Corinne Sigel.
>  
> This workshop is co-sponsored by the Gottesman Libraries and New 
> Blankets, a non profit organization spear-headed by Joseph Deken 
> <http://www.ucsd.edu/directory/search?jlinkevent=Redirect&dir=people&entry=deken> of 
> the University of California San Diego to develop new collaborative 
> technologies and innovative projects. For this workshop you may bring 
> your own laptop and headphones, or use equipment provided by the 
> Gottesman Libraries.
>  
> Individuals with disabilities are invited to request reasonable 
> accommodations including, but not limited to sign language 
> interpretation, Braille or large print materials, and a campus map of 
> accessible features. Address these requests to the Office of Access 
> and Services for Individuals with Disabilities at (212) 
> 678-3689, keller at tc.edu <mailto:keller at tc.edu>, or Deaf and Hard of 
> Hearing Services at (212) 678-3853 V/TTY, jaech at tc.edu 
> <mailto:jaech at tc.edu>.
>  
> http://library.tc.columbia.edu/news.php?id=484


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