Friday, February 9th
Lincoln Hall, room B20

8:30–9:00 Coffee

9:00–9:15 Welcoming remarks

9:15–11:00 Session 1

Amy Cimini (University of California, San Diego), Tenses of the Audible: Maryanne Amacher’s Wild Sound

Charissa Noble (University of California, Santa Cruz), Recoding the Voice: Experimental Singing After “Extended Vocal Techniques” in the Electroacoustic Performance of Pamela Z

Lucie Vágnerová (Columbia University), Composed Instruments, Failing Circuits

Brigid Cohen (New York University), discussant

11:00–11:15 Break

11:15–13:00 Session 2

Jennie Gottschalk, Beyond Definitions: Personal Accounts of the Meaningfulness of Experimental Music

Miki Kaneda (Boston University), Swallowing and Spitting History (Contemporary Japanese Perspectives on Experimental Performance)

Ryan Dohoney (Northwestern University), Wandelweiser’s Ascetic Intimacies

David Grubbs (Graduate Center, CUNY), discussant

13:00–14:00 Lunch

14:00–14:30 Artist Concert Preview

Raven Chacon (Albuquerque)

14:30–15:45 Artist-Practitioner Talk

Marina Rosenfeld (NYC)

AD White House

15:45–16:30 Coffee and refreshments

16:30 Keynote Address

George E. Lewis (Columbia University), New Music, New Subjects: The Situation of a Creole

18:00–19:30 Reception

Casita Del Polaris

20:00 Concert

Raven Chacon, c_RL, Sarah Hennies

Saturday, February 10th
Lincoln Hall, room B20

9:15–9:45 Coffee

9:45–11:30 Session 3

Valentina Bertolani (University of Calgary), Comparing the Networks around the Journal Perspectives of New Music and the Magazine Source: Music of the Avant-Garde (1967–1970)

Kwami Coleman (New York University), The ‘New Thing’ as Polemic: Aesthetics as Identity, 1965–1967

Jordan Musser (Cornell University), Hearing across Oceans of Sound: Experimental Listening and the Global Imaginary at the London Musicians Collective

Ellie Hisama (Columbia University), discussant

11:30–11:45 Break

11:45–12:30 Session 4

Interview with Gayle Young

12:30–13:30 Lunch

13:30–14:45 Artist-Practitioner Talk

C. Spencer Yeh (NYC)

14:45–15:00 Break

15:00–16:45 Session 5

Amy Beal (University of California, Santa Cruz), The Disappearance of Lucia Dlugoszewski: A “New York School” Addendum

You Nakai (New York University / Society for the Promotion of Sciences), Before After Experimental Music: The Case of David Tudor with Some Minor Implications for the Present

Ted Gordon (University of Chicago), Living on the Earth: The Experimental World(ing) of Ramon Sender

Sara Haefeli (Ithaca College), discussant

Sunday, February 11th
Lincoln Hall, Room B20

8:45–10:30 Session 6

Kerry O’Brien (Yale University), Shyam Bhatnagar’s Therapeutic Experimentalism

Patrick Nickleson (Mount Allison University), Indistinct Minimalisms

Sumanth Gopinath (University of Minnesota), Is Minimalism Experimentalism? Historiographic Notes

Branden W. Joseph (Columbia University), discussant

10:30–10:45 Break

10:45–12:30 Session 7

Ellen Waterman (Memorial University of Newfoundland), The Idea of North, Post-Nationalism, and the Changing Ecology of Experimental Music Performance in Canada

Ana R. Alonso-Minutti (University of New Mexico), Decolonizing Experimentalisms from the Border

Jeremy Strachan (Cornell University), Points of Contact: Settler Colonialism and Experimental Music in North America

Eduardo Herrera (Rutgers University), discussant