Tag: Gongs

TOWER MUSIC PERCUSSION 5TET – Last performance before tour

Here’s your last chance to hear Left Edge Percussion perform Joseph Bertolozzi‘s Tower Music Percussion Quintet live before their Spring 2019 tour. Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University  491 S Mountain, Ashland, Oregon 97520, hosts the Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Terry Longshore, Friday Nov. 30, 2018 at 7:30pm PST. Works to be performed include:… Read more →


“…a towering achievement in sound” That’s the headline from a review of the successful premiere on Nov. 8, 2018 of Tower Music 5tet at Southern Oregon University, performed by Left Edge Percussion under the direction of Dr. Terry Longshore. Here’s a link to the whole article: “A Towering Achievement in Sound” The evening’s offerings included: – video projections of composer Joseph Bertolozzi harvesting sounds… Read more →


Film maker Andrew Porter‘s new documentary Bridge Music looks at Joseph Bertolozzi’s trailblazing musical work on New York’s Mid Hudson Bridge. Here’s a few images from our interviews for the film. and here’s a link to the trailer. It is starting to make the rounds of film festivals and its first public screening will be 7pm, Friday June 17th, 2016 at the Arts Society of Kingston… Read more →

Award-winning SOUNDHUNTERS premieres Sept 19, ARTE Channel

This Saturday September 19 at 11:10pm on the ARTE Channel (France & Germany), Beryl Koltz’s new film SOUNDHUNTERS premieres. The film presents composers such as Jean-Michel Jarre and Joseph Bertolozzi in their search for music from the environment around them. A sneak peak at Bertolozzi working on Tower Music from the Eiffel Tower, as well as his Bridge Music from New York… Read more →


A European film crew shooting a feature documentary on composers is in the USA covering my work at the Mid Hudson Bridge (Bridge Music) and the Eiffel Tower (Tower Music). Entitled Sound Hunters, the film includes Peter Gabriel, Jean-Michel Jarre, Brian Eno and others. The film has the “haut patronage” of UNESCO. Beryl Koltz is the director and the film is being… Read more →