“{Stone’s music is} a powerful stimulant, with lingering euphoric effects.”
Steve Smith, New York Times

“One of American experimental music’s most eloquent advocates”
Time Out New York

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Here’s the latest news and information about Carl Stone upcoming performances, installations and events.
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February 8 7:30 PM Oakland CA Mills College Ensemble Room Songlines

MillsMonday February 8 2016 7:30 PM
Carl returns to Mills College after a 20 year absence to perform as part of the Songlines series, an interactive event where audience members can question and discuss with the artists. get up close and personal in the Mills Ensemble Room. He’ll talk about his early roots studying with Morton Subotnick and James Tenney, give a rundown of more recent activities, discuss musical life living in Tokyo, and present some recent works from his “Acid Minsoku” series.

Ticket Price: free

Mills College Ensemble Room
5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA 94613
Oakland CA

February 28 4PM New York NY Scandinavia House Music From Japan Festival 2016

mj_logo_newSunday February 28 2016 4PM
Carl moderates a post-concert panel as the final event for MUSIC FROM JAPAN FESTIVAL 2016, which runs during the weekend of February 27-28. The concert itself will include music by Masahiro Miwa, Haruyuki Suzuki, Hiroyuki Yamamoto and others.

$20, ($15 for students and seniors)

Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016
New York NY


March 2 8 PM Valencia CA Cal Arts Wild Beast Music Pavilion w/ Ulrich Krieger

the-wild-beast-1_exteriorWednesday March 2 2016 8PM
Carl Stone And Ulrich Krieger, first public performance EVAH! This will take place at the The Wild Beast, the unique and highly flexible, acoustically optimized performance outdoor space at the California Institute of the Arts. Check back here for details, coming soon!


  • Carl Stone
  • Ulrich Krieger


Cal Arts Wild Beast Music Pavilion
24700 McBean Pkwy Valencia CA 91355
Valencia CA

Map (English) at here

March 7 6 PM – 8PM World-Wide via Internet KXLU-fm

kxlu-logo-revisedMonday March 7 2016 6 PM – 8PM
Carl Stone will be summarily interrogated by Professor Cantaloupe on his weekly program Glossolalia on FM station KXLU. He may also be convinced to do a live in-studio recording. The station can be heard via terrestrial radio at 88.9 FM, in the Los Angeles area, or via live streaming anywhere in the world at http://kxlu.com/live-stream/.

Here’s a few of the times when the broadcast can be heard, depending on location:

  • LA/SF: 6-8 PM Monday March 7
  • NYC: 9-11 PM Monday March 7
  • London: 2-4 AM Tuesday March 8
  • Paris: 03h00-05h00 Tuesday March 8
  • Bangkok: 09h00-11h00 Tuesday March 8
  • Tokyo: 11h00-13h00 Tuesday March 8

Try to tune in!!

everywhere in the world
World-Wide via Internet


March 13 9 PM and 10:30 PM Los Angeles CA Blue Whale w/ Ulrich Krieger and Chas Smith

Sunday March 13 2016 9 PM and 10:30 PM
Carl Stone and Ulrich Krieger bring their new duo downtown to Little Tokyo for a performance at the classy jazz club The Blue Whale, where the drinks are great but listening to the music is the top priority. Joining for the second set will be the amazing composer, performer and instrument builder Chas Smith. You won’t want to miss this first time trio collaboration.


  • Carl Stone
  • Ulrich Krieger
  • Chas Smith

Tickets: $10

Blue Whale
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St Suite 101
Los Angeles CA
(213) 538-8038

March 17 Annandale-on-Hudson New York Bard College

maxresdefaultThursday March 17 2016 7:30 pm
Carl Stone returns to Bard College in upstate New York. The last time he was there was the year Barack Obama became President! Carl will so a solo concert at Blum Hall, one of the state of the art studio spaces in the Music School. Come see and hear how the music has evolved in two election cycles!


Bard College Blum Hall
30 Campus Road Annandale-on-Hudson 12504
Annandale-on-Hudson New York
Map (English) at here

March 18 open 7:00PM start 7:45PM New York NY Commend w/ Ian Drennan

commend_logo_animationFriday March 18 2016 open 7:00PM start 7:45PM
First time musical meeting between Carl and Ian Drennan, a designer at an architectural firm who also makes electronic music and whose compositions have been known to make use of meditation, chance operations, field recordings, and repetition. A first time inter-generational encounter at one of the coolest venues in New York’s Lower East Side. You will want to be there !


  • Carl Stone
  • Ian Drennan


172 Forsyth, New York CIty NY
New York NY