Music Department Colloquium: Daniel Weintraub—“Still Listening: The Legacy of Pauline Oliveros”

Thursday, February 15, 2024 at 4:30pm
Ring Family Performing Arts Hall


Daniel Weintraub, director of the documentary film Deep Listening: The Story of Pauline Oliveros, gives a talk entitled “Still Listening: The Legacy of Pauline Oliveros.” Preceeded by film screening at 2:45pm.

Daniel Weintraub (Producer, Director, Editor)
Deep Listening: The Story of Pauline Oliveros, has been Daniel’s primary focus since a conversation with Oliveros started them down this path. During the process, Daniel created documentary shorts on the work of Oliveros; Don’t Call Them Lady Composers, and Montage for Improvisors, which were shown in museums and festivals in CA, NY, the UK, Spain, and Switzerland. Additionally, Daniel acted as video consultant on the exhibition of Pauline’s work at El Centro de Creacion Contemporanea de Andalucia, in Cordoba, Spain. Daniel has written and directed several narrative short films that have featured at festivals around the world. Seasoned in film and television, Daniel has worked on commercials, music videos, TV shows, and feature films across a career spanning 25 years. Most recently, he edited the award-winning post-Katrina documentary feature Forced Change, 2022. Daniel is passionate about youth arts education, both as an educator and as director of Forge Media, an apprentice-based production company offering film students professional experience working on videos for local organizations focused on supporting and building community. Daniel is a musician, producer, and recording engineer, mixing sound for picture and music recordings of Lionel Loouke, The Felice Brothers, Karen Ann, and the record Molecular Affinity, a trio with Pauline Oliveros, Tholem McDonas, and Nels Cline.

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