A 4PM visitation precedes the service at the funeral home. She married George Bud R. Livingston in Pickett, Arkansas on May 5, , he preceded her in death on March 16, Bonnie later married Thomas Junior Humphrey, he preceded her in death in Bonnie graduated from Hoover High School, Flint in She enjoyed sewing, traveling, caring for others and wintering in Texas and Florida. Bonnie also had several great grandchildren. Tributes may be shared at www. Read More. Listen to Obituary.
Remember Share memories or express condolences below. View All. Add Message. View all messages 3. Add Photos. Add Videos. Give others a chance to express condolences. Share on Facebook. Funeral Etiquette.
Directed by Bonnie Whiting. Read it here.
The performance includes Georges Aperghis' riveting Les Guetters de Sons for three speaking percussionists, and Stockhausen's Zyklus no. Music by Oliveros, Bolcom, Tenney, Novotney, and others. More here: www. Pre-concert workshop in the afternoon, TBD.
Bonnie and Grace. 66 likes. Beautiful jackets, sleevless jackets, ponchos, capes and bags made from % Italian felted wool. Also unique handmade pewter. Bonnie and Grace. 65 likes. Beautiful jackets, sleevless jackets, ponchos, capes and bags made from % Italian felted wool. Also unique handmade pewter.
Features workshops as well as performances. Full schedule and more information here.
More information here. Bonnie joins frequent collaborator Allen Otte in an evening of realizations of music by John Cage. They play beneath scores and visual art by Cage himself in a gallery full of works by Rauschenberg, Johns, Fuller, Ginsberg, Cunningham, and others. Featured is a new version of Fontana Mix, based on Cage's own realizations hanging in the gallery.
It's a continuous program featuring unique realizations of works by John Cage as well as music by Corey Dargel, Ferderic Rzewski, and themselves. This event is part of a series of concerts curated by Mode Records. More info here. Rochester Knocking is a multi-media instrumental-theater work. Features special guest Andrew McIntosh on viola. The Speaking Percussionist Project Whiting explores the intersection of narrative and abstraction, performing new and classic works for speaking percussionist.
Cage Realizations: 51' This is a work of flexible length, and can be performed as an evening-length event, as a 5' An album Blu-Ray, download, 5. Whiting and cellist Karl Knapp present an engaging program that is at home in the concert hall but can be adapted for young audiences and school outreach.
They will forever be part of our family. And striving for children - more children - has not ended. They will forever be our firstborn. Pregnancy and parenting news, given to you in a way nobody else has. You're not signed in.
The group performs new music for percussion throughout California and the US. Whiting joined the group in , and was a core member through This festival left me with a lasting affection for the crack ensemble red fish blue fish, which managed to be at once virtuosic and appealing.
The bottom line in the five-and-a-half hour percussion extravaganza employing several different spaces and surveying more than 20 pieces by Cage. Photo Courtesy LA Times. Tam-tams reverberated as if their sound waves were caught in eternity. Her instruments worked with the text, creating a symbiotic experience of sounds, sights, and words. The text falls into a peculiar interstice between fragmentation and comprehensibility. In the end it was very lively. Bonnie is a fabulous performer and always a pleasure to hear.
Otte and Whiting played their various percussion instruments with flexible, organic alertness to each other as well as to the recorded music. Seldom have I seen anyone so passionate about and enthralled with what she is doing.
You're a good cop. You are handling this well. Charles McGuire, after a performance of percussion and text pieces at the Oberlin Conservatory. You look like a vestal virgin. People will mob the stage.
This connects directly to the study of contemporary percussion; ours is by nature a problem solving environment. The most essential element of percussion performance pedagogy is sound and, by extension touch. They learn to become good decision-makers, composers, and improvisors and to understand music as vehicle for creative expression.
What I do is more important than what I say. I am a working percussionist, and much of my life is spent seeking and solving problems alongside my students. I perform with my students in ensemble contexts.
We perform for one another. One of the most important things I can do for young musicians is prove that I trust them by stepping on the stage with them. Together with my students, I create programs that are connected to the greater community we share using a repertoire that spans cultures and centuries.