Author: tpoteet

NY Times references Bertolozzi with Cowell, Harrison & Magnus Lindberg

Here’s an article referencing my musical work in today’s New York Times. The story follows the preparation of a performance of Magnus Lindberg’s work “Kraft.” Henry Cowell, Lou Harrison and myself are listed as composers working in the tradition that draws relationships between percussion and non-traditional instruments. About halfway through the story, reporter Dan Wakin writes “…the use of found… Read more →

Bridge Music Lecture at NYC Barnes & Noble

In conjunction with the Innova release of the anthology The NYFA Collection, 25 years of New York New Music [innova 233], I’ll be delivering a short lecture/demonstration of my processes in developing and composing music for a suspension bridge on Thursday, September 30, at 7:00pm at the Barnes & Noble store on 150 East 86th Street (at Lexington Ave) New… Read more →

Good Reviews for Yankee Tavern & my Music

Bridge Music adds to “the enigmatic atmosphere” in the Shadowland Theatre production of “Yankee Tavern” a new play by Steven Dietz. Directed by Brendan Burke, the show runs through Oct 3. Read the full review here from Marcus Kalipolites for The Times Herald Record of Middletown, NY. The the music is mentioned in the second to last paragraph. Read more →

Bridge Music as Theatrical Score

“Yankee Tavern” a new play by Steven Dietz takes the stage in the Catskill Mountains at  Shadowland Theatre in Ellenville, NY, running from Sept 17 to Oct 3, 2010.  Directed by Brendan Burke, the play will utilize Bridge Music as an incidental (or background) score. The Times Herald Record of Middletown, NY wrote this little article about the upcoming performances.… Read more →

Cuisine on the Mid Hudson Bridge

I begin filming the first of 3 episodes today (July 6, 2010)  for a series on the internet channel. This will feature notable chefs doing their thing at the Bridge Music installation on the Mid Hudson Bridge. Noah Sheetz, Executive Chef to New York’s Governor Paterson will strut his stuff for the cameras and special guests blues musician Albert… Read more →

Shooting for Greenpeas TV

These photos were taken by Ed Thompson while standing on the west shore of the Hudson River. I was shooting a video for Greenpeas TV in front of his “Bridge Music” installation. Ed Thompson is a drummer and one of the  biggest fans of Bridge Music. He happens to live on the west shore of the Hudson just below the… Read more →