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July 5, ROOM: July 26, ROOM: August 9, ROOM: August 23, ROOM: Winged PZ landed in Mexico City. It’s been such a good and busy year, I haven’t even had time to generate my little digital, supposedly quarterly, rag. Thus, it has been nearly 6 months since you’ve received an issue of PZ Gazzetta!

Do I have news for you? Premieres and Performances Where to even begin The piece, which I call And the Movement of the Tongue, is scored for string quartet and “tape” and explores speaking accents.

Lumen Fidei, enciclica a quattro mani.”La luce della Fede illumina la vita” –

The tape part consists of a text collage I constructed after interviewing around 25 English-speaking people with various regional American and foreign-language accents, and string parts I built largely from the rich, melodic material found in the speech fragments I used. And, if you missed the premiere and would like gszzetta second chance to see the piece performed live, Kronos Quartet has scheduled a performance of it on their August 4th program at the Cabrillo Festival in Santa Cruz.

In April, I had another large premiere — this one a collaborative work with videomaker Christina McPhee. Our Carbon Song Cycle, a work for chamber ensemble and multi-channel, immersive video, was presented at the Berkeley Art Museum. Along with the premieres of these two major new works, I had bazzetta performance opportunities.


Good Travels Although I was teaching a Spring semester visiting artist sound art class at San Francisco Art Institute, I still managed to get away and squeeze in some traveling engagements.

In the worst case scenario, I barely see more than the inside of my hotel, the inside of the venue during soundcheck and performance, and maybe a few sights from the taxi window to and from the airport.

But my Mexico City trip was on the opposite end of that spectrum. The festival organizers generously provided a full festival pass and lodging for the entire week-long event. So, not only did I get to see all the other artists perform, I had plenty of time to see some Mexico City sights, frequent eating and drinking establishments, visit museums, hang out with a great group of lively locals, and forge new friendships with wonderful artists. I learned a lot of Mexican history during a well-guided visit to the Museo Nacional de Antropologia lesson one: We all danced and laughed so hard, we were exhausted.

And, at one point, a spontaneous all-men dance erupted and the rest of us just watched as those gorgeous, fluid-hipped, smooth-footed Mexican guys displayed their plumage. Then, for some reason, the Mexican music switched to early Police, and we all rushed the floor to finish the party in a flurry of jumping and pogoing to De do do do De da da da Remembering that I said I like Mexican chocolate, Jorge sent me away with a gift of stone-ground cacao tablets and a molinillo from his kitchen.

Something concrete to take home along with memories of new friends and good art! Plenty of Art and more to come Yes, this summer brings the next four concerts of my little avant chamber series. Read on for details Kronos rehearsing PZ’s piece in their studio.

A skeleton using the Eco-Bikes in Mexico City. PZ with friend at Museo Nacional de Antropologia. The program will feature continuous simultaneous performances by Bay Area composers, musicians, and other performers presenting a variety of acoustic and electronic music and video in different parts of the beautiful, Julia Morgan-designed building; the audience is free to move throughout the building during the performances.


The Room Series kicks off with a concert featuring double reeds.

Vibrating vocal cords mediated circuitously through cryptic components will reverberate and richochet through the ROOM, finally resting in your earnest, expectant ears. Each will perform solo work and some possible duosand then they will all join forces for an ensemble finale. This iteration of Pamela Z Arts’ intimate avant chamber series juxtaposes the processed, percussive string sounds of experimental hammered dulcimer artist Dan Joseph with percussionist Joel Davel’s virtuousic mallet work on the Buchla Marimba Lumina, and the complex vibrations of Karen Stackpole’s otherworldly wall of gongs.

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Each will perform solo work and some possible duosand then Pamela will join all of them in an ensemble finale. Prodigious ombutures will force compressed air though meters of brass tubing to excite the bells and your ears.

Pamela Z will join them to add a little voice and electronics to the labrosonic frenzy. Z has toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Japan.

She’s created installation works and composed scores for dance, film, and new music chamber ensembles. Pamela Z is represented and fiscally sponsored by Circuit Network. For booking inquiries contact Elisabeth Beiard at Circuit: You received this email because you are in my database of friends, colleagues, and people who have shown interest in my activities.

PZ Gazzetta June

This little digital gazette is published only 3 to 4 times a year. June [pz gazzetta xv] view online. Gentle Gazzetta Readers, It’s been such a good and busy year, I haven’t even had time to generate my little digital, supposedly quarterly, rag.