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2021

January 8 (9pm ET)
Mike Garson's "A Bowie Celebration - just for one day!"" The DAVID BOWIE ALUMNI Experience
Livestream (the show will be available to watch for 24 hours)

March 3-6
American String Teachers Association National Conference (Virtual)
March 4 - Herstory: Women of the Multi-Style Movement Thursday, 3:45 PM
March 5 - Tools for your Multi-Style Strings Teaching Toolbox, 4:30 PM

September 25th, 2021 (2-7pm)
BLOCK PARTY IN THE GARDEN, a gathering for Climate Week NYC! Featuring Patti Smith, Jesse Paris Smith, Lenny Kaye, Nikolai Fraiture, Jonathan Toubin (DJ set), Acapella Soul, Arts Elektra, Adam Amram Family Band and Martha Mooke.

October 2 (4-4:50pm)
2021 ASTA/NJ VIRTUAL FALL SYMPOSIUM
Tools for Your Multi-Style Strings Teaching Toolbox
Presented by Martha Mooke & Joe Deninzon, New Jersey City University
This session will help teachers identify, and offer, tools needed to incorporate multi-style strings in a classroom or private studio.

October 7 (7-9pm)
New Commons Project at the University of Maine at Farmington presents Martha Mooke, "Mission: Imagination"
Electro-acoustic violist and David Bowie collaborator Martha Mooke explores and interprets David Bowie's "search for unconscious intelligence", inspired by his creative process of combining disassociated ideas to spark the creative muse. Emery Community Arts Center, University of Maine at Farmington Academy Street, Farmington, ME.

October 16 (10am-12noon)
NJCU Multi-Style Strings Open House
Showcasing our exciting new NJCU Multi-Style Strings program (BA starting Fall 2022)!
Performances by our Multi-Style String students and faculty, complimentary Multi-Style lessons, and tour of our technology in music lab (aka The Pedal Room).

2020

January 31(8pm)
Laurie Anderson with special guest Martha Mooke
happylucky no. 1
734 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216

February 19-22
Artist Residency at Frostburg State University
Frostburg, MD

February 21 (7:30pm)
Guest Artist Recital
Electro-Acoustic violist Martha Mooke will perform as part of the Department of Music Guest Artist Series in the Pealer Recital Hall of FSU's Performing Arts Center. The performance is free and open to the public.
101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD, Frostburg, 21532

February 26 (7:30pm)
Tibet House US Benefit Concert
Artistic director and curator Philip Glass will be joined by the Scorchio Quartet, Patti Smith Band, and others tba.
Carnegie Hall, NYC

March 4-7, 2020
Featured performer/presenter including "Violas on the Verge" session with Rudolf Haken and Drew Alexander Forde, aka #ThatViolaKid
ASTA 2020 National Conference
Orlando, FL

March 14 (10am-4pm)
NJCU in collaboration with NJASTA present Multi-Style Strings Day curated by Multi-Style Strings Director Martha Mooke. Workshops and Masterclasses with Martha Mooke, Joe Deninzon and Daniel Bernard Roumain
Ingalls Recital Hall, Rossey Hall, New Jersey City University
2039 John F. Kennedy Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Registration required

April 22 (9pm)
PopTech Prelude
with electric violist Martha Mooke and Beat Boxing legend Rahzel
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

May 22 (4pm)
#Quarantide
Backstage in the Green Screen Room featuring Jean Luc Ponty, Laurie Anderson, Jon Anderson, Clara Ponty, Martha Mooke, Jean de Reydellet, Tony Agnello & Richard Factor
Live on Facebook and YouTube

May 28 (8pm)
Moogmentum in Place
Live Stream Festival presented by the Bob Moog Foundation, celebrating the May 23rd birthday of Bob Moog and the one year anniversary of the Moogseum
Live on Facebook

October 22
Berklee String Department presents: Martha Mooke: ON THE VERGE - "CREATIVE CAREERS IN ELECTRIC STRINGS"
Boston, MA

October 22
PopTech 2020: What a time to be alive: Commemorating Opening Day
A conversation with Beatrice Finn, Maurice Mitchell and Phillip Agnew, musical interlude by Rahzel Brown and Martha Mooke
On YouTube

November 17 – December 9
AES Latin American Virtual Tour 2020 (in partnership with Eventide)
Nov. 17 - Sala de Audio, Mexico
Nov. 19 - UNIANDES, Colombia
Nov. 25 - UDLA, Ecuador
Dec. 2 - Orson Welles, Peru
Dec. 3 - UNITEPC, Bolivia
Dec. 9 - AURAL, Argentina

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2019

January 24 (5pm)
Martha will be performing at the Eventide Booth (Booth #4633, Hall D) at NAMM. You can also catch her in the Yamaha pavilion at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, details tba. https://www.namm.org/

January 27
Performance at Andrea Clearfield's Salon (private event)
Philadelphia, PA

February 7 (7:30pm)
Scorchio Quartet once agains joins Philip Glass with Laurie Anderson, Jon Batiste, Stephen Colbert, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Nathaniel Rateliff, New Order's Bernard Sumner, Sturgill Simpson, Tenzin Choegyal and Angelique Kidjo and the Patti Smith Band.
Carnegie Hall, NYC
Concert and gala dinner tickets: https://tibethouse.us/annual-benefit-concert/

February 25 (8pm)
Performance & conversation "Plugging in the Creative Spirit: Electronics and Improvisation." Moderated by Craig Morris
Frost School of Music, University of Miami, Fillmore Hall

Monday, March 4
Women + Art - Winter Salon featuring Martha Mooke
Private event, NYC

March 5 (7pm)
A Bowie Celebration: The David Bowie Alumni Tour
Martha joins longtime Bowie pianist Mike Garson and other key alumni of David Bowie's bands for an unforgettable evening of Bowie's songs.
Irving Plaza, NYC

March 6-8
American String Teachers Association National Conference
Albuquerque, NM

March 25 (6:30pm)
Guest artist with the Complete Unknowns performing music of Bob Dylan
City Winery, NYC

May 16-17
Maine Music Educators Association Conference
UMaine Orono

October 19
Special Guest Artist at the 2019 MacDowell Colony New Hampshire Benefit, along with award winning novelist Sigrid Nunez.

October 20 (3pm)
Private performance for MacDowell Colony patrons

October 20 (7pm)
Salon concert presented by Cold Comfort Farm House Concerts
Peterborough, NH

Oct 23 - Oct 26
PopTech 2019: Shift
Martha Mooke, featured performer/composer
Point Lookout, Maine

 

2018

March 3 (7:30pm)
tibethouse.us/annual-benefit-concert/
Artistic director and curator Philip Glass will be joined by Carly Simon, Patti Smith, Dev Hynes, Techung, Rhiannon Giddens, Stephin Merritt, Resistance Revival Chorus, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Ben Taylor, Los Vega, Scorchio Quartet, Patti Smith Band.
Carnegie Hall, NYC

March 28 (7:30pm)
intersect8: Anatomy of Fusion (Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia)
Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
3680 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

April 1 (2:30pm)
World Premiere of Invisible Hands by Martha Mooke, The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Dirk Brossé, conductor.
Perelman Theater
Philadelphia, PA

April 2 (7:30pm)
World Premiere of Invisible Hands by Martha Mooke, The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Dirk Brossé, conductor.
Perelman Theater
Philadelphia, PA

April 7 (11:30am)
The Women Composers Festival of Hartford
Gruss Hall, Austin Arts Center
Trinity College, Hartford, CT

May 19 (4:45pm)
New Music Gathering
Boston Conservatory at Berklee
8 Fenway, Boston, MA

June 9 (9:30pm)
Cleveland Uncommon Sound Project (CUSP)
CODA
2247 Professor Ave, Cleveland, OH

July 24 (1-3pm)
No Ordinary Window climbs to new heights!
On Tuesday, July 24, One World Commons, high up on the 64th floor of One World Trade Center, presents Martha Mooke's No Ordinary Window. *NOTE: This performance is exclusively available for tenants and guests of One World Trade Center.

July 25 (8:30-11am)
Martha joins Marvin Rosen, host of Classical Musical Discoveries, for a live in-studio performance and interview on the airwaves of Princeton University's WPRB, 103.3FM. Tune in to www.wprb.com to listen live from 8:30-11:00am, or, if you miss the live stream, access the program at a later date at the mp3 archives at www.classicaldiscoveries.org.

July 27 - August 3
Concert/Workshops at Harmony Program Summer Camp
Public schools throughout New York City

September 2 (7pm)
Thalia and Her Sisters
Concert of works by women composers. Music by Martha Mooke, Alex Shapiro, and Elizabeth Lehr. Ron Wasserman, double bass, Martha Mooke, viola, Alan Moverman, keyboard. Lower level of Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, NY 10025

September 5 (9pm)
Solo performance at Carrie Able Gallery
409 Keap St., Brooklyn, NY 11211

September 7 (8pm)
Guest artist with the Complete Unknowns performing their unique interpretations of Bob Dylan's music.
Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, NY 11211

October 1
Guest Artist/Speaker, Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music

October 29
Exclusive concert of No Ordinary Window in upper Manhattan salon.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Limited seating.
Email for details: info@Sonic9Productions.com

October 31 — November 3
PopTech 2018: Courage
Martha Mooke, featured performer
Point Lookout, Maine

November 26
Guest Artist/Speaker, The Juilliard School, NYC

 

Announcing the new Multi-Style Strings Program at New Jersey City University!
Developed by Martha Mooke, the new Multi-Style Strings Master of Music and Bachelor of Arts degrees embrace all styles of music, technology and improvisation. With a mission to support creative exploration, empower artistic identity and provide practical tools essential for the 21st century string player to develop their potential, NJCU is the first in the country to offer this cutting edge program. More information...


 
 

Download Buzz (Music in Harmony with Nature)
Album by Martha Mooke & David Rothenberg, available on Apple Music and in the iTunes Store More information...


 
 

Electroacoustic Viola from Sonic Collective
Martha Mooke, electric violist extraordinaire, Yamaha's premiere electric string artist and Eventide's first Artist in Residence, offers a sampling of her unique string sounds heard on albums and performances with David Bowie, Philip Glass, Barbra Streisand, Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Trey Anastasio, Ziggy Marley, Peter Gabriel, Enya, Andrea Bocelli, Tony Bennett, John Cale, Anthony Braxton, the Orchestra of St. Luke's, and more. No one else creates string tones like these, and now they are available to bring a natural yet ethereal texture to your productions. More information...


 
 

AES Latin American Virtual Tour 2020

 
 
 
 

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