Kenneth Werner as Phil Harmonic as Betty Cracker sends along his compliments to EAR and its readers and respectfully submits the first installment of a continuing musical event FUGITIVE FROM CULTURE....you are encouraged to reach Phil c/o The Radio Music City Hall Symphony Orchestra, P. O. Box 9887, Oakland 94613.... (Photo) p.3
VIDEO/ELECTRONIC MUSIC: Pellegrino & Raetze, 7:30 and 9:30 performances. Intersection--756 Union S.F. $1 donation. Every Sunday in September! p.7
Ear #16, June 1974 Editor: Beth Anderson Oakland CA
Dramatic, hopeful message Peter Gordon will do a show on KPFA, 3-5 pm with Kathy Acker and Robert Ashley on the New Dick Cavett Show show. Tune in...
Electronic Music Associates at 3400 Wyman St. Oakland 94619 (415+532-5034) is offering a RM-1Ring Modulator for sale. You can modulate any two input signals conveniently with it. The specifications are as follows: dimensions: 3 and 1/2" x 7" x 9", input impedance: mic, 600 ohms and line, 100,000 ohms, output impedance: less than 50 ohms, carrier suppression: -50 Db. min. and - 70Db. typ., power requirements: 100/120 VAC 60 Hz and 220/240 VAC 50 Hz (also Available).
Ken Friedman is doing a thing called events, images, parables at Vehicular Art, 61 Ste Catherine w., Montreal July 28 - August 16. It's all about communication and sharing! p.1
Musical Arts' Experimental Chorus, directed by Bonnie Mara Barnett, will present an evening of 20th century vocal music at 8 pm May 25 at Cat's Paw Palace of Performing Arts, 2547A 8th St. at Dwight, Berkeley.
In addition to "traditional" music of Schoenberg, Webern and Buel various sound/movement processes will be presented along with a film by Alan Johnson and Ms Barnett. The audience will be invited to participate in sonic meditation to close the evening.
The Chorus will also perform at 2pm June 16 at the First Unitarian Church, 1 Lawson Road, Kensington. Admission to both performances is by donation. p.3
Ear 25, March ! 1975 Editors: Beth Anderson & Charles Shere, Oakland CA.
EAR is undergoing fission this week. There are now two EARS, as God intended: one in New York, one in Berkeley. Beth is going East, Charles is staying West. You may have whichever EAR you like (two makes a pair for best results.) Beth's EAR will be ten dollars, Charles' will be six until it too goes up. p.1