The Outlet Dance Project at Grounds for Sculpture. Dance curator Jamuna Dasi presents site-specific pieces by women choreographers. The audience will be guided to each performance. Mesch presents Grove in response to Tova Beck-Friedman’s sculpture, “Excerpts Of A Lost Forest – An Homage to Ashera”. Structured improvisation featuring Sarah Burkhalter, Clara Coleman, Kelly Kravet and Jennifer Mesch. Live music by Scott Smallwood with Seth Cluett, Jennifer Eberhardt and Lainie Fefferman. 2 pm. 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, New Jersey.
Dancing at The Approach – TroyNewYork – Mesch and others to perform under the direction of choreographer Jack Magai and writer Amy Halloran. Witness as history unfolds and wedding vows are exchanged between the city of Troy and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Presentations begin at Noon, Dance begins at 1:45. Call performers on your cell phone during the performance and tell them what to do.
6pm – Princeton Ballet School – Studio A – Mesch performs in a piece choreographed by Dr. Kim Chandler Vaccaro with Clara Coleman and Gary Echternacht. Dr. Kim on Celtic harp. Princeton Ballet School’s faculty concert.
History and Physical
As part of the ffmup [[free form mash up]] series.
Movement and stillness by Dawn Berman, Gary Echternacht, Kelly Kravet, Jack Magai, Jennifer Mesch and Kimberly Young.
Sound and silence by Linda Aubry (harp, electronics), Betsey Biggs (computer), Michael Bullock (contrabass), Seth Cluett (computer, electronics), Tucker Dulin (trombone), Anne Hege (voice, computer), and Scott Smallwood (steel pan, computer).
Spoken word improv H&P’s by Jory Goldberg, MD and Luanne Goldberg, NP
The Terrace Club. 62 Washington Rd, Princeton, New Jersey – 9pm – As always, ffmup is free.
11.27 – 12.18.05:
Movement Research Festival
11.27.05 through 11.28.05:
24-Hour Migration Choreographer Jennifer Monson’s large-scale work involving the entire island of Manhattan. Mesch joins Monson, Jack Magai, Corey Carver and other movement performers and musicians in following the waterways of 1860’s Manhattan. The piece lasts from dawn until dawn.
Movement Research Festival: Scott Smallwood and Jennifer Mesch participate in Dance/Music Laboratory – a residency for dance/music duos who work in improvisation as a primary medium. 12.06 through 12.09. Curated by Michelle Nagai, other duos include KJ Holmes with Roy Campbell, Estelle Woodward with Jeff Arnal and Sheron Wray with Jonathan Hart Makwaia. A concert will finish off the residency. At Body Language – 241 Bedford Avenue (near the L train), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York 8pm $8
Deep Listening Birthday Concert Series: Scott Smallwood (10.12.1969) and Jennifer Mesch (10.13.1970) perform Future Ghosts. Presented as part of Ione’s Tenth Annual Dream Festival. The Gallery at Deep Listening Space. 75 Broadway, Kingston, NY. 8pm
Somehow Further – Mesch performs in a dance and music collaboration with dancer/choreographer Erin Malley and sound artist Scott Smallwood. Composers Ensemble
concert. Taplin Auditorium – Princeton University.
Princeton, NJ. 8:00 pm.
of Letter from Air with music by Scott
Smallwood. International Computer Music Conference (ICMC)
Hall. University of Miami. Miami, FL. The performance will be featured in the
Thursday morning session at 11:00 A.M.
Mayonnaise – Dance, food, and music Show! Mesch appears with the Gastronomic Dance Theater: Jack Magai, Leah Walsh, and
Tom Burre. 8:00 PM, Steamer No. 10 Theater, 500 Western Ave., Albany, NY. Call
518-438-5503 for tickets.
From the show:
for music and dance with Scott Smallwood (laptop,
electronics), Jennifer Mesch (dance), Joel Taylor (shakuhachi, etc), and others.
SoundCraft series at the Contemporary Crafts Museum & Gallery. 3934 SW Corbett
Ave. Portland, OR. 8:00 PM. $5.
Mesch and sound artist Scott Smallwood
perform an evening of dance and sound. The ExUrban. 416 Shelden Ave (above
Superior Music). Houghton, MI. 7:00 PM. $5.
Dog Days Dance Festival –
Mesch performs with Jack Magai and Barbara Roan. The 2004 Dance Party Platform heats up as Donalda Nudlova seeks the presidency in the upcoming November
election. “We must stand before the barre, during class, and at the tavern after
Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY. $17
Structured sound and dance improvisations – Season finale of the Impulse Response series at the Arts Center of the Capital Region,
TroyNewYork. The Jen Mesch Dance Conspiracy with Jack Magai, Malvina D’Alterio,
Jessie Pellerin, Mellie Max, Kelly Schornak, Leah Walsh. Sound and music by
Shelly Burgon, Evidence, Seth Cluett and Troy Pohl.
Poster from the show: – pdf
The Conspiracy performs in an installation by then-RPI architecture
grad student Joshua Emig. Danced by D’Alterio, Lublin and Mesch. On the campus
of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Greene Building, Troy, New York.
Conspiracy – at Evos Arts in Lowell, MA – shared program with
the Royal Jelly Collective of Boston. The Conspiracy performs The Gray Tangos,
music by Evidence, dance by Mesch, D’Alterio, Lublin, video by lmnopf. See a snippet from a rehearsal.
Works for dance and sound- as part of Impulse Response Letter From Air, The Charlottes, Anna and the Other Anna (version 2). Choreography Jennifer
Mesch, danced by Mesch, Olivia Robinson, Naomi Ture, Camar Diaz Torres. Dance improvisation with the Loyal Adversaries (Malvina D’Alterio, David Lublin, Jonathan Marcus, Jennifer Mesch). Music by Evidence Following a video screening of a
trip to me by skfl (jason steven murphy). West Hall Auditorium, Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute, TroyNewYork 8pm
Peerings – An Internet2 project under composer Pauline Oliveros and architecture professor Brian Lonsway at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in TroyNewYork. Mesch performs with artist/vocalist Myriam Hammani, composer Doug Van Nort in Troy with graphics by RPI architecture students. Mesch simultaneously dances with esteemed dancer and choreographer Penny Hutchinson, vocalist Anne Hege and others at Mills College on the Internet2 Stage. Watch sections of the performance here