August 10 16h00 Moscow Russia Mutabor Field Festival

Saturday August 10 2019 16h00
Carl’s Russia debut! He’ll come to Moscow for his first time performance, going to the Field Festival as a headliner, along with a wild and eclectic lineup of artists from Europe, the UK, USA, Java and more.


  • Carl Stone
  • Senyawa
  • Kemialliset Ystävät
  • Carla Dal Forno
  • Powell & Russell Haswell
  • Not Waving
  • NHK,
  • Kate NV
  • Vladimir Martynov
  • Moa Pillar
  • Ishome
  • The Wire Soundsystem
  • Graham Dunning
  • X.Y.R.
  • Foresteppe
  • Kymatic
  • Bad Zu
  • and more

1500-2500 RUB

Sharikopodshipnikovskaya st., 13, Moscow, 115088
Moscow Russia
+7 926 389 52 85, +7 926 235 85 30

June 26 open 20h00 start 21h00 Berlin Germany Kiezsalon

Wednesday June 26 2019 open 20h00 start 21h00
Carl returns to Berlin to perform as part of the Kiezsalon series, producued by Digital in Berlin, cultural agency that seeks topresent all types of quality serious music. Also on the bill, French-born composer Ariel Kalma, now living in Australia.


  • Carl Stone
  • Ariel Kalma

10 euro

Greifswalder Strasse 23a 10407 Berlin / Prenzlauer Berg
Berlin Germany

June 29 20h00 Düsseldorf Germany Christuskirche Düsseldorf X–ploration trifft Nippon Performance Nights

Saturday June 29 2019 20h00 Carl & Miki Yui, aka Realistic Monk perform at the Christuskirche in their return to Düsseldorf, the city where their collaboration was born. . Realistic Monk focuses on sounds that are so fragile that they move at the edge of perception and encourage the listeners to listen very carefully.

Christuskirche Düsseldorf Kruppstr. 11, 40227 Düsseldorf, Germany Düsseldorf Germany

May 26 open 19h00 start 19h30 Tokyo Bunkyo-ku FTARRI

Sunday May 26 2019 open 19h00 start 19h30
Carl Stone and vocalist Akaihirume return to the CD store/performance space FTARRI for a performance celebrating their upcoming release on Unseen Worlds, due out in September. Also joining will be a special guest.


  • Carl Stone + Akaihirume
  • special guest

2000 yen

Okano Bldg B1F 1-4-11 Hongo Bunkyo-ku Tokyo

Map (Japanese) at here

June 8 open 19:00 start 19:30 Tokyo Shibuya-ku Kouen Dori Classics

Saturday June 8 2019 open 19:00 start 19:30
Carl joins the fun with his occasional collaborator New York based winds musician Ned Rothenberg, plus some of the wildest improvisers in Japan these days.


  • Ned ROTHENBERG (bass clarinet, sax, shakuhachi)
  • YAGI Michiyo (multiple kotos, electronics)
  • MAKIGAMI Koichi (voice, theremin)
  • Carl STONE (laptop)

Advance: ¥3000 Same Day:¥3500

Kouen Dori Classics
Yamate Kyoukai B1F Udagawacho Shibuya-ku
Tokyo Shibuya-ku

March 6 Open 8:00 start 9:00 Los Angeles CA Zebulon

Wednesday March 6 2019 Open 8:00 start 9:00

Carl returns to hometown Los Angeles to perform at Zebulon. Some pieces from his new album on Unseen Worlds and some even newer material as well. Also on the bill Booker Stardrum + Celia Hollander. Carl’s first performance in LA since 2017!


  • Carl Stone
  • Booker Stardrum + Celia Hollander


2478 Fletcher Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039, USA

March 16 open 7PM start 8PM Brooklyn NY Murmrr Ballroom

Saturday March 16 2019 open 7PM start 8PM
In keeping with his migratory patterns, Carl returns to Brooklyn in March to perform, this time at MURMRR, the event space inside the historic Union Temple of Brooklyn, Also on the bill, the endlessly engaging percussionist Eli Keszler.



Murmrr Ballroom
17 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Brooklyn NY

March 17 8:00 PM Washington DC Rhizome DC

Sunday March 17 2019 8:00 PM
Carl returns to the nation’s capitol for a performance at Rhizome DC, a nonprofit community arts space located in the Takoma neighborhood of Washington DC. Carl’s last performance in DC was at the New Music America festival – in 1983!!


  • Carl Stone
  • Susan Alcorn & Biliana Voutchkova Duo


Rhizome DC
6950 Maple St NW / Washington DC 20012
Washington DC

March 18 open 8:30PM start 9:00PM Baltimore MD The Red Room

Monday March 18 2019 open 8:30PM start 9:00PM Carl’s Baltimore debut could not be at a finer place, i.e. The Red Room under the support of the High Zero Foundation. As they themselves describe, the Red Room venue is THE laboratory for paracultural revolution of the Mid-Atlantic Region. It is a space run entirely by volunteers, intent on expanding their own and society’s cultural horizons—“expanding the definition of expanding the definition.” Carl will perform a solo set and for the second part of the evening will hopefully be joined by the special guest Japanese voice artist AMI.


  • Carl Stone
  • AMI

$10 / $5

The Red Room
425 E 31st St. Baltimore MD
Baltimore MD

Map (English) at here