Composer/Performers Pamela Z (San Francisco), Danishta Rivero

(Oakland), and Anthony R. Green (Brighton, UK) will perform an

evening of works for voices, electronics, and piano. They will

intersperse composed solo works with improvised trios – finding

curious intersections between their individual sonic and

performance practices.


Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist making works

for voice, electronics, samples, gesture activated MIDI controllers,

and video. She has toured throughout the US, Europe, and Japan.

Her work has been presented at venues and exhibitions including

Bang on a Can (NY), the Japan Interlink Festival, Other Minds (SF),

MoMA (NY), the Venice Biennale, and Dakar Biennale. She has

composed scores for dance, film, and chamber ensembles (including

Kronos Quartet and Eighth Blackbird). Her awards include the Rome

Prize, Berlin Prize, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, MIT

McDermott Award, the Guggenheim, and the American Academy of

Arts and Letters.


Danishta Rivero is an improviser, performer, and sound artist

based in Oakland, California. She explores the artifacts resulting

from heavy processing of the voice and their relationship to its

acoustic resonance.

As a soloist, Rivero often performs as Caribay, conjuring the

eponymous mountain spirit, whose laments cause avalanches.

She is a member of electro-acoustic duo Voicehandler with

percussionist Jacob Felix Heule. She is also half of Las Sucias, a

feminist tropical noise duo with Alexandra Buschman-Román.


The creative output of Anthony R. Green (composer,

performer, social justice artist) includes musical and visual

creations, interpretations of original works or works in the

repertoire, collaborations, educational outreach, and more.

Behind all of his artistic endeavors are the ideals of equality and

freedom, which manifest themselves in diverse ways in a

composition, a performance, a collaboration, or social justice


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Monday, September 30, 2024, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
1750 Arch Street
Berkeley, CA
This Event is Free and Open to the Public