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Remembering Pauline Oliveros (1932-2016)

5 years ago by Steve Jansen
“Anything we do has got latency. We are made out of latency. We even have latency between our ears.” That’s one of the many stick-with-you wisdoms of Pauline Oliveros, who spoke to the Houston Press in a memorable 2011 interview. Though the dialogue came from a context of sound and...

CAMH's Telepathic Improvisations Spotlights Legacy of Pauline Oliveros

4 years ago by Tex Kerschen
Musicians are instructed to tune up, circle up and wait until they receive distinct sonic impressions from participating audience members, sent telepathically, before they strike up a tone.

Pauline Oliveros Talks Houston Improv, Her Mother's Death and the Essence of Latency

10 years ago by Steve Jansen
Pretty much everything has changed since Pauline Oliveros left Houston in 1949 to seek out a music that would later inspire her Deep Listening Institute. Everything except for latency, which, in the sound world, refers to the millisecond delay between when a sound materializes from a system and when that...

10 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Motown, Broadway and Deep Listening

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Music is the common thread that runs through this Memorial Day weekend. We've got Motown's finest at Miller, Broadway's best with Houston Symphony and a couple of tributes to the late, great Pauline Oliveros. Film buffs can choose between a cerebral bicycle flick that follows the great migration and a...
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Best New Effort to Inject Culture into Houston

Deep Listening Institute,

Dave Dove has a mission: to bring avant-garde and improvised music to our hallowed city. In a region where "jazz" is almost universally considered either slick background music for a steak dinner or outdated New Orleans brass party jams, Dove's recently rechristened DLI (formerly the Pauline Oliveros Foundation) has done...

Houston's Best Bets This Weekend: Hispanic Heritage Month Has Landed

4 years ago by Nancy Rodriguez
Hispanic Heritage Month is officially here with the official day kicking off this Saturday. Aside from El Grito that is well known and heard every 16th of September, celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the perfectly timed Texas Taco Music Fest and a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston...

10 Women in Electronic Music You Should Know

4 years ago by Veronica Salinas
There has never been a better time for women in electronic music than right now.

Frode Gjerstad Trio

19 years ago by Matt Sonzala
There was a time when touring avant-garde jazz acts rarely came to Houston. Thanks to the Pauline Oliveros Foundation, all that is changing. Joe McPhee, Sam Rivers and Jon Butcher have all graced stages here in the past few months, and the home stretch of 2002 promises even more interesting...

21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Bingo With Cats and New Flight Museum [UPDATED]

4 years ago by Houston Press
Check out the Houston Press calendar for even more things to do.

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