Conversation with Heather McIntosh
Monday, October 12 at Noon
201 Caldwell Hall
Join composer and performer Heather McIntosh in conversation with David Barbe, director of the UGA Music Business program.
ICE Honorary Fellow Heather McIntosh (BMUS 2000) is a musician and composer of music for film and video. She created music for Examined Life, Compliance, The Rambler, Faults, Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey, and Z for Zachariah. Known as the house cellist for the Elephant 6 Collective and leader of The Instruments, she has played with of Montreal, The Olivia Tremor Control, The Music Tapes, Gerbils, Elf Power, Circulatory System, Apples in Stereo, Great Lakes, The Ladybug Transistor, Linda Perhacs, Kevin Ayers of the Soft Machine, Faust, Animal Collective, Cat Power, Superchunk, M Ward, The Clientele, St. Vincent, Azure Ray, Icy Demons, Japancakes, Bright Eyes, Washed Out, Dr. Dog, Norah Jones, Belle and Sebastian, Pacific UV, St. Vincent Gnarls Barkley, and Lil Wayne.
David Barbe has worked on hundreds of recording projects as engineer, producer, musician and writer. Since opening Chase Park Transduction in 1997, David has worked with a wide variety of artists including the Glands, Drive By Truckers, Jerry Joseph, Amy Ray, Bob Mould, REM, and many others. Over the past few years, projects have included Deerhunter’s “Halcyon Digest,” Patterson Hood “Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance,” Dennis Ellsworth “Dusk Dreams,” Drive-By Truckers “Go-Go Boots,” New Madrid “Yard Boat,” and Dead Confederate “In The Marrow” to name a few.