5.5 QUESTIONS FOR ODEYA NINI

1. A relationship between the body and voice is very present in your performances, but you also produce audio recordings. When conceiving new work, is there a point where you decide “this is going to be a performance” or “this is going exist solely as audio”, and how do you make that decision?

My earlier audio recordings were field recording collages, mainly. For a while I spent a lot of time fascinated by the sounds around me and tried…

  • October 21
    Sunday, October 21

    Anna Homler, Odeya Nini, Laura Steenberge

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    Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

    SASSAS presents Anna Homler, Odeya Nini, and Laura Steenberge at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook on Sunday, October 21. This concert is made possible in part by a Culver City Performing Arts Grant with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment.

  • October 28
    Sunday, October 28

    Carmen Argote and Jamillah James

    Listening Party

    Join SASSAS for dinner, drinks and conversation as artist Carmen Argote and curator Jamillah James share their favorite tunes at Listening Party 29 on October 28 at the Pasadena home of Herb and Francine Cooper, renovated and added on to by architect and SASSAS board member Peter Tolkin. Proceeds go to SASSAS and the sound. concert series.

  • November 04
    Sunday, November 4

    soundShoppe 11.04.18

    soundShoppe

    soundShoppe is a FREE, monthly, unstructured sound workshop/noise jam for experimental musicians and sound artists presented by SASSAS and Center for the Arts Eagle Rock. All are welcome to join–from experienced musicians to novices. The ongoing sessions are led by Joe Potts, founding member of LAFMS (Los Angeles Free Music Society).

  • December 02
    Sunday, December 2

    Fahad Siadat and Stephanie Smith

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    Kings Road Park Pavilion

    SASSAS presents sound. at the Kings Road Park Pavilion featuring solo sets by Fahad Siadat and Stephanie Cheng Smith. Both composer/performers combine acoustic instruments with varied electronics to create unique textures of sound. Doors open at 2:30, and music starts at 3pm.

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