Anne Deane Berman, PhD

International Performances

Carnegie Recital Hall: New York, NY
Dreams Awake for two Alto Flutes and Piano, performed by ZAWA!  Jill Felber, Claudia Anderson and Anita Hutton, 2000.

SIGGRAPH: Los Angeles, CA

Ashes to Ashes, Mini-Cave Interactive Immersive Sonic and Computer Animation Environment created in collaboration with Associate Director of VRAC Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, 2005.
 
International Human Computer Interface Conference: Las Vegas
Ashes to Ashes, 2005
 
IRCAM: Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Ashes to Ashes and Beloved Mnemosyne, 2005
 
IEE Conference: Germany
Ashes to Ashes, 2005
 
World Internet Conference: Madrid, Spain
Ashes to Ashes, 2004
 
International Computer Music Conference:  Hong Kong
SLAMMIN'  for solo percussion and tape performed by Stephen Schick at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 1996.
 
International Summer Meeting of Electroacoustic Music:  Sarvar, Hungary
Positive Thinking  for alto flute and tape performed by Gergely Matuz in theNadasdy Castle, 1997.
 
Goteborg Museum of Art:  Goteborg, Sweden
Beloved Mnemosye , an interactive sound and sculpture environment designed for the Martin Lighting Director performer tracking system in collaboration with UCLA?s HyperMedia Studio Visiting Assistant Professor Jeff Burke and Santa Barbara sculptor Bill McVicar from Perch Contemporary Art & Design, 2002.
 
VII Festival Internacional de Musica Electroacustica: Havana, Cuba
Positive Thinking  for alto flute and tape as performed by Betsy Cuffel at the Insituto Cubano de la Muscia, 1998.
 
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra: Chautauqua, NY
Reaching Antares for violincello and Orchestra performed by cellist Jacob Omsky and conducted by Uriel Segal, 2002.
 
OneMANY, Musicians and Artists in New York, NY
Positive Thinking  for alto flute and tape performed by Alison Potter at the Greenwich House, 1998.
 
National Flute Conference: New York, NY 
Positive Thinking  for alto flute and tape performed by Betsy Feldman, 1996.
 
Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the U.S. National Conference: New York,NY
Positive Thinking  for alto flute and tape performed at Ithaca College, 1996.
 
Silicon Valley?s Tech Museum, GroundZero?s Art & Technology Network Conference
San Jose, CA   Beloved Mnemosye, 2000.
 
San Diego Opera/Digital Media Innovation Program Technology Forum: San Diego, CA  Ashes to Ashes/ Dance Driving, Concert version of an Interactive Immersive Sonic, Dance, and Computer Animation Environment, 2002.
 
Perch Contemporary Art & Design: Santa Barbara, CA 
Beloved Mnemosye, an interactive sound and sculpture environment, 2000.
 
Digital Media Innovation Program?s DIGIVATIONS Conference, Santa Barbara, CA 
A global technology and content conference presented by the University ofCalifornia. Beloved Mnemosye, an interactive sound and sculpture environment, 2000.
 
MB5 2000 Festival, Ex?pression Center for New Media: Emeryville, CA
Beloved Mnemosye, an interactive sound and sculpture environment, 2000.
Women's Philharmonic Orchestra, Reaching Antares for Violincello and Orchestra, 1999.
  
Ojai Festival Solo ?Meet the Composer? Concert: Ojai, CA
A solo concert of three works (Love Songs, Glacius and Postive Thinking) performed by soprano Kathleen Roland, flutist Betsy Cuffel, cellist Nadine Hall and pianist Louise Lofquist in a "Meet the Composer" format for over 200 patrons of the Ojai Music Festival, 1996.
 
National Flute Association Convention 2001: Dallas, TX
Dreams Awake for two Alto Flutes and Piano, performed by ZAWA!  Jill Felber,
Claudia Anderson and Anita Hutton
 
Iowa State University, Virtual Reality Applications Center:  Ames, IA
Composer talk and Beloved Mnemosye, an interactive sound and sculpture environment, 2001.
 

International Super Computing Conference: Baltimore, MD
Ashes to Ashes, 2002
 
International Computer Music Conference: Miami, FL
Ashes to Ashes, 2004.
 
Seventh Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival: Miami, FL
SLAMMIN'  for solo percussion and tape, 1998.
 
International Alliance for Women in Music: Washington, D.C.
Positive Thinking  for alto flute and tape performed by Alison Potter at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1996.


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