Weber, Monte: Music For Amplified Flower Pots (2016)
Weber, Monte: Echo (2015)
Weber, Monte: Augury (2013)
Weber, Monte: Visions (2015)
Weber, Monte: Silver (2015)
Weber, Monte: Weather Music (2014)
New York based sound artist and composer Monte Weber’s work centers around interactive technology and computer assisted compositional processes, using these tools to explore live physical performance and sound creation in the concert hall.
Weber graduated from NYU Steinhardt under the guidance of legendary electronic artist Morton Subotnick and avant-garde vocal pioneer Joan La Barbara. During his undergraduate studies in Chicago, Weber studied privately with Marcos Balter, and participated in master classes taught by Chaya Czernowin, Ken Ueno, and Julio Estrada. Past collaborations include: Claire Chase, Ryan Muncy, and David Byrd Marrow of International Contemporary Ensemble, Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, Fonema Consort, choreographer Peter Carpenter, and New Thread Quartet. Notable performances include NUNC 2014, Constellation's Frequency Series in Chicago, NMG 2016, as well as multiple open ICElab concerts both in NYC and Chicago. Upcoming projects include 2015 openICE commissioning project, and a new piece for cello, electronics and video projection commissioned by Katinka Kleijn to be performed in July 2016 at Lincoln Center in NYC.