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.
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!!
Susan Alcorn & Biliana Voutchkova Duo
6950 Maple St NW / Washington DC 20012
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 Tre 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 a special guest TO BE REVEALED.
$10 / $5
The Red Room
425 E 31st St. Baltimore MD
Thursday March 21 2019 time tba
Carl joins the fun at this year’s Big Ears festival. The lineup is again unlike any other in the country, mixing an audacious slate of special programs, central themes, and world premieres with powerful sets from some of music’s most compelling new voices. Big Ears 2019 will turn Knoxville into one of the world’s creative epicenters for a remarkable long weekend, March 21-24
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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.
Greifswalder Strasse 23a 10407 Berlin / Prenzlauer Berg
Friday October 26 2018 tba
My Lima debut! My Peruvian debut! My South America debut! So excited to be joining INTEGRACIONES VIII, a festival of electronic music. In its own words, gthe festival “INTEGRACIONES is a festival that wants to dialogue and interrogate the conventions of sound creation. We want to free a space for exchange and want to legitimize a place from which to write our own story”
Carl Stone (US/Japan)
Cara Stacey + Camilo Ángeles (Sudáfrica / Perú)
Lucrecia Dalt (Colombia)
Teté Leguía (Perú)
Jason Kahn (Suiza)
Calato + Yoto (Argentina/Perú)
Puppies in the Sun (Perú)
Rito Verdugo (Perú)
Intermedio: Lima Grita (Conversatorio / Proyección)
Saturday November 3 2018 10h00-20h00
Carl performs as part of the 2018 Yoro Art Picnic! Yoro Falls, which boasts a 1,300 year history, and the Site of Reversible Destiny, which is a kind of sacred ground of contemporary art: Yoro Park is home to these two picturesque sites, and it is here that new event will be born. The setting will be the park’s gently sloping lawn. Carl’s performance will take place at around 19h00.
Thursday November 15 2018 open 18h30 start 19h00
Pianist Aki Takahashi performs in the world premiere of Cal Stone’s work for piano and computer “Felix”. Also on the program will be music by Franz Schubert, Joji Yuasa, Michael Parsons, Somei Satoh, Christian Wolff, Alvin Curran and Terry Riley
Friday November 30 2018 6 PM
An artist-talk preview for the next night’s performance at the Graham Foundation in Chicago. Carl describes his early days as a composer and explains how he came to some of his techniques, including his “Sukothai” process.
Monadnock Building, 53 W. Jackson Blvd. #1656