July 1 20h00 Tokyo Shimo-Kitazawa Japan Lady Jane

Saturday July 1 2017 20h00
Carl and Pearl, infamous contrabass and laptop duo , resume their semi-regular residency at Shimo-Kitazawa’s Lady Jane (motto: “Booze and Jazz”), with special guest Ned Rothenberg, who performs on alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, and the shakuhachi. A first time for this ensemble, and you won’t want to miss it!


Lady Jane
Daizawa 5-31-14Setagaya-ku Tokyo 1F
Tokyo Shimo-Kitazawa Japan
Map (Japanese) at here

July 9 15h00 Paris France Musée du quai Branly Les Siestes Electroniques

Sunday July 9 2017 15h00
As part of the 2017 edition of Festival Les Siestes Electroniques, Carl has been invited to perform a concert in Paris at the Musée du quai Branly, featuring “IRI” a newly composed work derived from the museum’s audio archives (5000 CDs of ethnomusicology coming from all over the world). The concert will take place outdoors in the park area that ajoins the museum. A truly special experience to be had!


  • Carl Stone


Musée du quai Branly
37 Quai Branly, 75007 Paris
Paris France

Map (English) at here

July 16 17h00 Yokohama JP ZART World Listening Day 2017

Sunday July 16 2017 17h00
Every year in July, people around the globe gather to celebrate World Listening Day. This year the Tokyo Phonographers Union and Global Sound present World Listening Day 2017 in the Noge area of Yokohama on the theme of Listening to the Ground. To date, The Tokyo Phonographers Union has held the event at Shibuya 20202 Gallery, Zenpukuji Park/Youkobo Art Space, Setagaya Monozukuti School, Sakura WORKS Kannai, The Forum Setagaya, Art Baboo in Yokohama Chinatown and the Schneider Residence in Kiyosumi Shirakawa. This years event consists of a soundwalk, where you can experience the soundscape of Noge its environs with members of the Tokyo Phonographers Union, a listening session where we will share and listen to sounds. Participants are encouraged to bring their own field recordings., and finally a performance utilizing ice water and hydrophones by Hideki Umezawa and Yoichi Kamimura followed by a soundscape improvisation by the Tokyo Phonographers Union and a set by Still Life (Hiroki Sasajima, Takashi Tsuda).



2 Chome-67 Hanasakichō
Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 231-0063
Yokohama JP
090 6308 4154
Map (English) at here