North America

Canada | México |
United States (AZ, CA, IA, IL, LA, MD, MI, MO, NY, OH, TX)

Canada

ONTARIO

London, ON

  • video (modified televisions)
    Electronic Sights and Sounds
    23 February 1968
    University of Western Ontario
Toronto, ON
  • video (modified televisions)
    Musica Instrumentalis
    Friday 13 May 1966
    Art Gallery of Toronto (now Art Gallery of Ontario)

México

[Poster, Mexico 1976]

Poster, México 1976
Guanajuato, Gto.
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Laser Environments
    2–15 May 1976
    IV Festival Internacional Cervantino
México, D.F.
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Laser Environments
    21–23 May 1976
    Nacional Autónoma de México

United States

NATIONAL

  • Prometheus broadcast
    Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    21 March 1976
    “Camera Three,” hosted by Faubion Bowers
    CBS Television Network (New York, NY)
    The University of Iowa Symphony Orchestra and Kantorei
    James Dixon, conductor; James Avery, pianist

ARIZONA

Tucson, AZ
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    11–12 January 1979
    Tucson Symphony
    George Trautwein, conductor; James Avery, pianist

CALIFORNIA

[Mills College Flyer]

Audio/Video/Laser Flyer
Oakland, CA
  • VIDEO/LASER I
    Audio/Video/Laser
    9 May 1969
    Mills College
San Diego, CA
  • video (modified televisions)
    Video III
    10 May 1968
    University of California at San Diego

ILLINOIS

Champaign–Urbana, IL
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    11 April 1974
    University of Illinois Champaign–Urbana
Chicago, IL
  • VIDEO/LASER IV
    Laser Event II
    9–10 July 1982
    Music America Festival
    Adler Planetarium

  • [Chicago Laser Triangle]

    Chicago Laser Triangle
  • Chicago Laser Triangle
    feasibility study
    29 June – 1 July 1982
    Sears Tower [to Hancock Center and Aon Center (formerly Standard Oil Building)]
Nauvoo, IL
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Laser Event III
    4 August 1983
    [outdoors at night]
Rock Island, IL
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    25–27 January 1980
    Tri-City (now Quad-City) Symphony Orchestra
    James Dixon, conductor; James Avery, pianist

IOWA

Davenport, IA
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    6–7 April 1973
    Municipal Art Gallery
Iowa City, IA
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Electro-Acustica
    29 November 1972
    Hancher Auditorium
    The University of Iowa

  • VIDEO/LASER III
    multiple performances
    1973–1975
    The University of Iowa campus

  • [Prometheus Program]

    Prometheus Program, University of Iowa
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    première performance and encore
    24 September 1975
    The University of Iowa Symphony Orchestra and Kantorei
    James Dixon, conductor; James Avery, pianist
    Hancher Auditorium
    The University of Iowa

  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Laser Event I
    30 November 1981
    Clapp Recital Hall
    The University of Iowa

  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Laser Space
    last public performance of VIDEO/LASER III before large audience
    8 May 1987
    Hancher Auditorium
    The University of Iowa

LOUISIANA

Baton Rouge, LA
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    21 November 1981
    Louisiana State University Symphony Orchestra
    James Yestadt, conductor; Nancy Saxon, pianist

MARYLAND

Baltimore, MD
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    10–11 March 1983
    Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
    Sergiu Comissiona, conductor; Jeffrey Chappell, pianist
    Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

MICHIGAN

Holland, MI
  • video (modified televisions)
    Musica Instrumentalis
    11 May 1967
    Hope College
    David Tudor, bandoneon

MISSOURI

Columbia, MO
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    20 April 1980
    University of Missouri Philharmonic
    Hugo Vianello, conductor; Janice Wenger, pianist

NEW YORK

New York, NY
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    Laser Concert
    performances and videotaping
    28 February–1 March 1979
    Xenon (disco in NYC)

  • [Carnegie Hall Program]

    Prometheus Program, Carnegie Hall
  • Prometheus, The Poem of Fire
    12 March 1983
    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
    Sergiu Comissiona, conductor; Jeffrey Chappell, pianist
    Carnegie Hall

OHIO

Oberlin, OH
  • VIDEO/LASER III
    16 February 1973
    Oberlin College

TEXAS

Lubbock, TX
  • video (modified televisions)