Selections from some of David Rosenboom's recent and related CD releases and the companies that have produced them. Go to the company websites to see more: Tzadik, Pogus Productions, Unseen Worlds Records, New World Records, Centaur Records, Lovely Music, and others. Also look through the WORKS section of this website for many more; and check iTunes, Amazon, and other distribution sites.
Two of Rosenboom's three compositions written for Hopscotch, the mobile opera for 24 cars that took Los Angeles by storm in 2015, have been released on a USB key album by The Industry Records.
Rosenboom's writing on experimental music in the mid-20th Century at the University of Illinois is contained in this newly released book Engine of Innovation: The University of Illinois from the University of Illinois Press.
To celebrate the life and work of legendary electronic music pioneer Donald Buchla, David Rosenboom will perform two blended live electronic pieces, Portable Gold and Philosophers' Stones (Deviant Resonances), with two active imaginative listening brainwave performers, and Music for Unstable Circuits, for live electronics and auxiliary acoustic instrument. Another electronic music pioneer, Morton Subotnick, will also perform that evening, along with others still to be determined. Rosenboom's set is anticipated to start at 10:00 PM. Details to follow. [Click on event link above.]
Apr 22 2017 - 10:00pm
A new book containing a chapter by Rosenboom about the history of experimental music at the University of Illinois in the mid-20th Century titled "2+2=Green" — Innovation in Experimental Music at the University of Illinois has been released by the University of Illinois Press. The book is titled The University of Illinois: Engine of Innovation in honor of the university's sesquicentennial. (Click on the link above for more information.)
Feb 16 2017 - 9:00am
AMT (art, music, technology) Inaugural Festival 2017 is sponsored by San Diego Art Institute, Fleet Science Center, and Southwestern College. Rosenboom will give a keynote performance followed by a panel discussion, along with Tom Erbe and Chipzel and video by Nick Lesley, and Lana Z. Caplan.
Feb 2 2017 - 7:15pm