Production Assistant Needed for Fall 2021

Production Assistant Needed for Fall 2021

September 4, 2021

Peppergreen Media is looking for a responsible and creative NYC based Production Assistant to work on light administrative duties, social content production, and event organizing for the 2021 Fall Season of its flagship project Tilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars. This is a paid position.

About Tilted Axes — Combining the energy of rock, the creative discipline of theater, and the experimental spirit of the downtown NYC arts scene, Tilted Axes is both a processional event and an ensemble of mobile electric guitarists created by composer/performer Patrick Grant.

The PA work will be a mix of remote and in-person activities. Peppergreen Media follows all local and current Covid-19 guidelines.

Duties will include:

 – attending TA production meetings

 – co-creating, scheduling, and posting social media content such as images, graphics, flyers, quote cards, stories, audiograms, or short videos for use on FB, Twitter and Instagram, all to promote the ensemble at large as well as specific TA fall events.

 – providing logistical support for TA events during prep period, day of the event, and any loadout or cleanup activities.

 – communications support such as email follow-ups, publicity outreach, scheduling meetings, and compiling information or media assets from ensemble members.

 – drafting text or documents for publicity or fundraising purposes

Required:

 – familiarity with Google applications

 – experience with basic photo, video and sound editing

 – active on social media and familiar with creative strategies for social promotion

 – comfortable with video conference apps and running multimedia presentations

 – great communicator with a tight descriptive writing style

To find out more, please send an email of interest to jocelyngonzales72@gmail.com no later than Sept, 17, 2021. Please put “Peppergreen PA” in the subject of your email.

Ten Mixes to Countdown the New Year #1

Ten Mixes to Countdown the New Year
beginning tomorrow, Tue., Dec. 22nd
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every mix is a new composition

What is it? It’s 20 musicians bringing 20 musical cells each into a protean structure created and produced for the winter solstice as part of our Tilted Axes‘ “Points of Seeing” solstice event.

Musicians participating are: Aileen Bunch, Alex Durante, Amy Denio, Angela Babin, Chad Ossman, Christoph Götzen, Dan Cooper, Elisa Corona Aguilar, Gene Ardor, Gerard Smith, Howie Kenty, Jane Mabrysmith, Jason Goldstein, Jeremy Nesse, John Ferrari, Leslie Stevens, Michael Fisher, Michelle Zulli, Steve Ball, and Tony Geballe.

This new music and event are made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC). Tilted Axes is powered by Vox Amps USA. This event is part of Make Music Winter NYC and produced by Peppergreen Media.

More info: http://tiltedaxes.com/tiltedaxes.html

“A Tilt for Our Time” Postponed Until 2021

We held out for as long as we could, but due to increasing COVID concerns in New York City, we have regrettably made the decision to POSTPONE our live performance. It will be rescheduled ASAP in the new year.

However, our originally scheduled virtual presentation “Points of Seeing” will go ahead as planned on December 21, the Winter Solstice, at 7PM EST.

To join “Points of Seeing” please register at this link: http://bit.ly/points-of-seeing.

Interview, Events, and Gratitude from Tilted Axes

We wanted to let you know about a new interview that came out today on the Fractured Atlas blog and about December events that are currently scheduled. All information is below and you can click on the links to find out more.

We are grateful to all of our supporters and co-producers. With your support we just finished giving our fall series of Remote Recording Workshops, free of cost to interested participants. That means we’ll have much more music for all of you to listen to in the near future. 

Wishing you and yours a healthy and safe rest of November!

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Member Spotlight: Tilted Axes PG Interview

https://blog.fracturedatlas.org/member-spotlight-tilted-axes

UPCOMING DECEMBER EVENTS

Monday, December 21, 7pm ESTTilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars presents Points of Seeing, an online presentation of recent work with live performance and a Q&A with the public. Tilted Axes artistic director Patrick Grant hosts an event where he and members of the ensemble discuss their past, present, and future work through music, visual art, and interaction with a live audience. The presentation will focus on how Tilted Axes has adapted its creative process in the past year, what was learned, and a look ahead. Links to view or participate in the presentation will be announced in December. 

The afternoon before, there is a live performance scheduled in New York City, that is, should conditions remain to be safe…

Sunday, December 20, 12 noon to 3pm ESTTilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars performs A Tilt for Our Time, a new music procession and socially distanced public action through Lower Manhattan. Post-rock composer Patrick Grant will lead the group in a “tilt” from Greenwich Village to the East Village and back again with a ceremonial stop at the Astor Place Cube (The Alamo). Tilted Axes will present a program of new pieces created for the event along with classics from their catalog. Procession route and performance details TBA. 

NOTICE: Due to the ongoing nature of necessary public health concerns, PGM/Tilted Axes is continually monitoring the situation. If A Tilt for Our Time needs to be rescheduled, we will let you know ASAP.

Points of Seeing and A Tilt for Our Time are made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC). Tilted Axes is powered by Vox Amps USA. Rehearsal space support provided by Alchemical Studios. These events are part of Make Music Winter NYC and are produced by Peppergreen Media

ALL info TBAhttp://tiltedaxes.com/tiltedaxes.html

10 Weeks Away

Sunday, December 20, 12 noon to 3pm ESTTilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars presents “A Tilt for Our Time”, a new music procession and socially distanced public action through Lower Manhattan. Post-rock composer Patrick Grant will lead the group in a “tilt” from Greenwich Village to the East Village and back again with a ceremonial stop at the Astor Place Cube (The Alamo). Tilted Axes will present a program of new pieces created for the event along with classics from their catalog. Procession route and performance details TBA. “A Tilt for Our Time” is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. This event is part of Make Music Winter NYC. Tilted Axes is powered by Vox Amplification.

“Our Courageous Workers” – a city-wide fanfare April 29th NYC

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For Our Courageous Workers” – a New York City-wide fanfare April 29th at 7:00 pm

#TiltedAxes is honored to be a co-sponsor of a massive, city-wide music performance of “For Our Courageous Workers” to be played on Wednesday, April 29, at the 7pm ‘cheer honoring our front-line workers.’

From Tenth Intervention: “Our goal is to have over a thousand participants — musicians of every level and all the people of New York City — perform the symphonic fanfare “For Our Courageous Workers” across the city. Everyone is welcome to participate. There are parts for all: musicians of any and every level — beginners, young musicians, amateurs, and professionals; on voices, strings, brass, winds, keyboards, drums — as well as all the people of the city making noise, singing, and banging on pots and pans.

Please help us spread the word today! Share this flyer with your mailing list and social media. Together we can realize this grand project as a way of both bringing the city together and honoring those who are risking their health for all of us.

Co-sponsors to date include Make Music New York, City Winery, Kaufman Music Center, The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, DROM NYC, Greenwich House Music School, Tenth Intervention, HONK NYC, Sing In Solidarity, Galinsky Coaching, Seth Rogovoy Productions, Tilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars, GOH Productions, Jazz Promo Services/ Jim Eigo, Slavic Soul Party!, Center for Traditional Music and Dance, Yiddish New York, Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra; and are being updated regularly.”

For more information, detailed instructions, and a downloadable score that does not require the ability to read music, go to http://www.tenthintervention.com/workers

#playbecausewecare

Earth Day Virtual Kick-Off & Detroit Music Awards

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Dear friends and supporters,

We hope that everyone reading this is safe and healthy.

There are two streaming events that are coming up that we wanted to tell you about that can be watched remotely.

EARTH DAY 50 VIRTUAL KICK-OFF

Tilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars is proud to be a part of the Earth Day 50 Virtual Kick-off this Sunday April 19, via a new video commissioned by 350NYC. The event is presented by Earth Day Initiative and March for Science NYC from 4pm to 10pm EDT. The line up includes Al Gore, Senator Elizabeth Warren, actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ian Somerhalder, and others with exhibitions by 350NYCClimate Clock, and many more. Together we can build a better world. 

To join the stream, RSVP to the Virtual Stage HEREhttp://www.earthdayinitiative.org/virtual-kick-off

#350nyc #TiltedAxes #TogetherWeCan #ClimateActionNow

THE DETROIT MUSIC AWARDS

Patrick Grant is nominated for Outstanding Classical Composer and Tilted Axes is nominated in the same field for Outstanding Small Ensemble. We are honored to be included with so many talented friends and colleagues. The 29th Annual Detroit Music Awards ceremony will be held online for the first time ever at 8pm EDT, also on Sunday, April 19. Tune in for some fantastic surprise appearances and special, never before seen, performances as Detroit celebrates its music community.

To watch the awards, follow this link: https://bit.ly/2Vv0fpw

TILTED TIMES

In our last update, we announced some upcoming performances and new grant funding. As with so many others, our live performances and site specific events have been put on hold during this current crisis. We will be updating you soon with news of rescheduled performances and new projects. 

On a brighter note, we would like to welcome Nora Elbayoumy to Peppergreen Media in her administrative role. Nora comes to us via Alchemical Studios where she works as the Technical Facilities Manager and we look forward to utilizing her Stage Managing skills for our future productions. 

Thank you, stay safe, be well,

www.peppergreenmedia.com

New Video Premiere for Earth Day 50 Virtual Kick-Off

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Coming to video for Earth Week 2020: a new video from Tilted Axes: Music for Mobile Electric Guitars commissioned by 350 NYC to be premiered as part of the March for Science NYC/Earth Day Initiative’s EARTH DAY 50 Virtual Kick-Off on Sunday, April 19th.

“Our aim is to convince the media to carry more climate science in their content!”
Stay tuned for more information: https://www.marchforsciencenyc.com

#EarthDay50 @earthdaynewyork @sciencemarchnyc @marchforscience #ClimateAction #ClimateStrike #DigitalStrike