Avant cellist Zoe Keating has something like 5 billion followers on Twitter.
Maybe it’s because she puts a baberific face on avant garde music.
Maybe it’s because she got a choice spot on the Twitter Suggested User List.
Or maybe it’s because she’s game for blowing the minds of a bus full of people – with a cello.
Keating uses live sampling/looping, as shown here, to create layered performances of up to 16 parts.
The AudioBus is a moving venue, giving audiences an adventurous sonic experience like never before. The sound artists and musicians curated for the AudioBus compose their San Francisco route and perform live scores to the scenery moving past them.
Bay Areas own acclaimed avant-electro, one-woman-orchestra cellist, Zoe Keating, performs “Escape Artist” on her very own San Francisco bus tour route for an audience on a bus. Station hosted by the deYoung Museum on a special AudioBus “Friday Nights at the de Young” event.
Conceived and curated by Soundwave Artistic Director Alan So for Soundwave’s third season MOVE SOUND