Katy Otto is thrilled to be putting on another kid-friendly, all welcome show! Children under twelve attend for free. 1-3pm at the Rotunda $5-10 sliding scale.
Doors at 1:00 pm
Upholstery at 1:30 pm
Strange Parts at 2:15 pm
All over by 3:00 pm!
Hear the bands!
Katy Otto is thrilled to be putting on another kid-friendly, all welcome show! Children under twelve attend for free. 1-3pm at the Rotunda $5-10 sliding scale.
Join us on the second Tuesday of every month for an open figure drawing session. All skill levels are welcome!
We'll be going through a slew of quick poses all the way up to a few longer poses, so many poisons will be there for the picking. $15 covers the model, beer + wine! Bring your sketch pads, pencils, and charcoal. Spread the word, bring a friend, show up cold and alone! This is less an instructional class, more an open session to draw without instruction, but we're happy to give some pointers to those who'd like some.
Posing starts at 6:30
We Are The Seeds is excited to present the release of singer + songwriter Zachariah Julian’s Ep Grace. The evenings celebration also features a dj set from Chris Acree. Join We Are The Seeds earlier in the day from 11-4 for A Celebration of Indigenous Arts + Cultures at Taller Puertorriqueño
ABOUT WE ARE THE SEEDS
We Are The Seeds is a social impact organization whose mission is to uplift and center Indigenous voices through the arts. Seeds was founded by a team of Indigenous women who are dedicated to educating the world about art and culture as it relates to understanding Indigenous people, the history of (what is now called) the United States, and who we all are as American people today. The organization produces cultural events that feature fine art, music, dance, fashion, literary, and culinary art. Additionally, Seeds hosts interactive art programs and workshops that focus on educating and empowering the youth.
Caldera Magazine is stoked to partner with Philly's own Art Dept. to present new work by local artists Malachi Lily + Symone Salib
About Malachi Lily
“I am a shapeshifting, nonbinary, black poet, artist, curator, and moth. I connect to the Collective Unconscious via energy work, Active Imagination, mysticism, myth, magic, folklore, and fairy tales. This channeling takes the form of visual art, performance art, curation, journalism, or poetry. My art and literature combats our addiction to instant gratification and toxic individualism, as well as resonates Light energy.
For all my work, I want to promote a culture of thought and Oneness and cultivate caring research, personal attention, and work that transcends beyond aesthetics. When I curate, I seek to bring together not just works or performances, but people. In my programming, I highlight works by people experiencing marginalization through events that are both vibrant in energy and thoughtful in content. My ultimate goal is to connect all to the Unconscious through self-love and divine awakening.”
About Symone Salib
Symone Salib is a Cuban/Egyptian portrait painter and street artist based out of Philadelphia. Through acrylic paint and illustration, she works to highlight the lives of people of color. She focuses on vibrantly sharing the stories of people in hopes we can connect and resonate with humans who are different from themselves. She strives to create a space where people are not only seen but heard.
$8-$10 Sliding Scale at the door.
About Maria Grand
María Grand is a saxophonist, composer, educator, and vocalist. She moved to New York City in 2011. She has since become an important member of the city’s creative music scene, performing extensively in projects including musicians such as Nicole Mitchell, Vijay Iyer, Craig Taborn, Mary Halvorson, Jen Shyu, Fay Victor, Joel Ross, Steve Lehman, Aaron Parks, Miles Okazaki, etc. María writes and performs her original compositions with her ensemble, DiaTribe; her debut EP “TetraWind” was picked as “one of 2017’s best debuts” by the NYC Jazz Record and her full-length album Magdalena was praised by major publications such as the New York Times, Downbeat, JazzTimes, Billboard, JazzIz, and others. The New York Times calls her “an engrossing young tenor saxophonist with a zesty attack and a solid tonal range”, while Vijay Iyer says she is “a fantastic young saxophonist,
virtuosic, conceptually daring, with a lush tone, a powerful vision, and a deepening emotional resonance.”
María is a recipient of the 2017 Jazz Gallery Residency Commission, the 2018 Roulette Jerome Foundation Commission, and the 2019 Roulette Residency. She was nominated for the Jazz Journalist’s Association Up-And-Coming Musician of the Year 2018 and named the 2018 Newcomer Musician for the El Intruso 11th Annual International Critics Poll. As an activist in the performing arts, María is a founding member of anti-discrimination group the We Have Voice Collective. María is a member of Joel Ross’ Parables, has toured with Antoine Roney, and performs regularly with her own ensemble, as well as with RAJAS, led by Carnatic musician Rajna Swaminathan, and will tour in 2019 with Code Girl, led by Mary Halvorson. She has toured Europe, the United States, and South America, playing in venues and festivals such as WinterJazzFest and the Village Vanguard in NYC, La Villette Jazz Festival in Paris, Saafelden Jazz Festival in Austria, Millennium Park in Chicago, the Blue Whale in LA, IloJazz in Guadeloupe (FR), and many others.
About Jupiter Blue:
From the Arkestra’s engine room, Jupiter Blue’s tone scientists D.Hotep and Jupiter Girl (Tara Middleton) emerge to reveal elements and precepts of another kind of language, another tomorrow, learned through years of discipline to be given freely in the present. Hotep’s own ARP (Akimbo Research Projects) develops through-composed and free-improvised performance based on sonification of pitch-sets derived from elemental particles. Expect the never-expected as electronics, electric guitar, celestial vocals, percussion, and violin call forth shadows of unseen worlds.
Join Philly’s own Full Bush for the music video world premier of “Ray’s Happy Birthday Bar”. Come early for tarot card readings, pizza, booze, and most importantly friends!
Collective member Emily Carris will be an exhibiting artist at EFA Project Space for a show called “In the Presence of Absence”. This exhibition is about the nature of grief. Curated by Jillian Steinhauer The show explores the creative possibilities of mourning, looking at how people transmute suffering over the loss of loved ones into ways to live.
Featuring work by Inbal Abergil, Emily Carris, Leigh Davis, Valery Jung Estabrook, Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds, Nene Humphrey, Melinda Hunt, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, M. Carmen Lane, Todd Shalom
March 27th - May 11th
For more information check out EFA Project Space
Wednesday, March 27, 5:00 PM–6:00 PM, curatorial walk-through with Jillian Steinhauer
Wednesday, March 27, 6:00 PM–8:00 PM, opening reception, with performance by Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, “Chameleon (The EFA Installments)”
Saturday, March 30, Artist talk by Edgar Heap of Birds
Mid-April, “Good Grief,” a participatory workshop with Todd Shalom
A publication launch and reading event will take place in May. Additional public programs and partnerships will be announced in the coming weeks. Visit Project Space website for an up-to-date schedule of events.
Bismuth Quartet plays improvised string quartets, set to selected 60s Japanese animated short films
Friendship Collective DJ set of pop/psych/soul/international covers of classical music faves
7-10pm $10 suggested donation
BYOB or Beer for donations
Discoveries of Self, Kin, and Peers
Caldera Magazine is stoked to partner with Philly's own Art Dept. to present Uriah Bussey in her debut solo show. Bussey is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator based in West Philly. She finds inspiration in her daily life, family and her time alone when she dives deep into self-portraiture; whether it be in photo or drawing. Uriah’s current practice involves plenty of automatic writing and automatic drawing, in which she finds her greatest intuitions and spirit calling. Uriah hopes that her view of others and herself are reflective emotionally not only physically in the minimal line work she produces and the obedience to the automatic process, thus building environments around the firsts projected images.
The Fire Museum is proud to present and evening with SUSAN ALCORN & ANNA ROBERTS-GEVALT DUO. One of the world’s premiere musical innovators on her instrument, Baltimore-based Susan Alcorn has taken the pedal steel guitar far beyond its traditional role in country and western swing music. Known among steel guitarists for her virtuosity and authenticity in a traditional context, Alcorn first paid her dues in Texas country & western bands. Soon she began to expand the vocabulary of her instrument through her study of modern classical music (Messiaen, Varèse, Penderecki), the deep listening of Pauline Oliveros, Astor Piazzolla’s nuevo tango, free jazz, and world musics (Indian raags, South American songs, and gamelan orchestra). Her pieces reveal the complexity of her instrument and her musical experience while never straying from a very direct, intense, and personal musical expression. The UK Guardian describes her music as “beautiful, glassy and liquid, however far she strays from pulse and conventional harmony.” Susan, along with Joe McPhee was recently awarded the first ever Instant Award in Improvised Music. Anna Roberts-Gevalt is a multi disciplinary artist working in Brooklyn, moving outwards from her immersion in folk music. Following an ethnomusicology degree at Wesleyan University, she spent the last decade studying with masters of traditional fiddle and banjo music in Kentucky and Virginia. For the last seven years, she has been creative director of a traditional ballad-based collaboration with Virginia singer Elizabeth LaPrelle, Anna & Elizabeth. They conduct creative research in archives, and reworking the old songs and texts through multi-media performances with song, sound, illustration and story. They have collaborated with Jim White, Susan Alcorn, and Irish composer Linda Buckley, tour the US and UK extensively, including the Newport Folk Festival, Big Ears, NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert, and have their Carnegie Hall debut this fall. Smithsonian Folkways released their third record The Invisible Comes to Us, which Anna co-produced and was heralded by the New Yorker as “a radical expansion of what folk songs are supposed to do.” She currently serves as a guest curator of traditional music at the Big Ears Music Festival in Knoxville; has been a fellow at The MacDowell Colony, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Berea College Traditional Music Archive, Bang on a Can’s Found Sound Nation; teaches fiddle and banjo across the country.
KYLE PRESS: Kyle Press performs improvised, amplified, and effected soundscapes of multiphonics and overtones on vocals and saxophones. As a member of bands such as Impressionist, Space Whale Orchestra, The Love Club, and OhBree he has released more than a dozen albums of original material, shared the stage with big names from the Sun Ra Arkestra to Akron/Family, and toured up and down the East Coast. All the while, something quieter and more mysterious had been gestating in his brain. That something is finally ready to emerge, in the form of an eponymous solo project. Funneling his vocals and saxophones (and plenty of extended techniques) through effects pedals and an amplifier, the emergent music is a cross between the serenity of ambient / noise / drone and and the barely controlled chaos of way out free-jazz and improvisation. The debut album of this material, tentatively titled Overtones, Drones, and Saxophones, is slated for a 2019 release on Philadelphia’s No Rent Records. Stay tuned and keep your eyes and ears out for live performances in the meantime!
THIS PROJECT WAS SUPPORTED BY A GRANT FROM PENN TREATY SPECIAL SERVICES DISTRICT
Let’s talk about the Wonders Of Modular Synthesizers! Have you seen videos recently of electronic instruments with tons of wires and knobs and wondered what is going on with all that stuff? Are you a musician/producer looking to expand your sonic horizons?
Chris Powell, can explain what’s happening with all that rainbow cable spaghetti and all those knobs!
This two hour workshop & presentation will cover the ins and outs of modular synthesizers and help demystify the overall patching process. Attendees will leave with reference sheets that cover the basics as well as good online resources to help you continue your exploration. We’ll explore the building blocks and make wild sounds from scratch as we go step by step. Ask any questions as we go!
This workshop is ideal for musicians that have had a curiosity in modular synthesizers but have been unsure what to ask or where to begin. Let’s talk shop and activate/animate our music making process!
13 Spots Available
COST: $20-30 Sliding Scale
ABOUT CHRIS POWELL
Christopher Sean Powell (aka Pow Pow, aka Pay Pow, aka Powserati) is a self-taught rhythm scholar, producer, and electronic music-maker living in Philadelphia, PA. As a main contributor in the Philadelphia art and sound collective Need New Body, which fused improvisation with popular song structures, Powell began a career of international recording and performance, creating music at the nexus of art and entertainment. Since 1999, he has collaborated, recorded, and toured worldwide with a diverse spectrum of artists and musicians, including the Sun Ra Arkestra, Yoko Ono, and the Boredoms. Powell’s work in the eclectic and high energy Philadelphia band Man Man has helped focus his talent as a leader in the live performance context. Together with Griffin Rodriguez, Powell explores popular music based on jazz and non-Western rhythms as the Los Angeles production duo Icy Demons. His latest music projects include Adventuredrum, a conceptually-based performance Powell composes for an ensemble of drummers, GRANT$, a hip hop duo with artist Tim Fite, and Modular On The Spot, a worldwide synth collective which performs improvised musical sets on modular synthesizer systems in various outdoor locations. Powell’s body of work has most recently expanded to creating instruments for NYC/Philly based synthesizer company Critter & Guitari’s Organelle keyboard.
Join philly based musician Andy Holmes for the cassette release of his new album "Limping Through Paradise, Come Home". The evening will also feature Yours, Mookie a solo project by local Philly artist Mercedes Webb and the improvised sounds of Chris Acree and Corey Duncan of Friendship Collective
Listen to "Dead Skin" from the album "Limping Through Paradise, Come Home"
Listen to Chris Acree and Corey Duncan in their band Strange Parts
This all-ages workshop led by founding member Carmel Brown of One Book, One Philadelphia explores themes in the featured 2019 selection, Sing, Unburied, Sing, by Jesmyn Ward. In Sing, Unburied, Sing, Pop gives his grandson Jojo a gris-gris bag for protection while traveling. Diving into the many meanings and uses of amulets, the workshop will explore the relationship between handmade talismans and the natural world and make amulets of our own with Philadelphia-foraged objects. This event is Free and open to the public. Click to register for this free workshop.
ABOUT CARMEL BROWN
Brown is the teaching resident artist and director of the collective’s afterschool Young Artist Program for high school LGBTQIA students, and the owner of the vintage retail shop Colored Vintage. Her personal work as an exhibiting artist focuses on the black experience which for her includes queerdom.
ABOUT ONE BOOK, ONE PHILADELPHIA
Celebrating its 17th year in 2019, One Book, One Philadelphia is a signature event of the Free Library of Philadelphia that promotes literacy, library usage, and citywide conversation by encouraging the entire greater Philadelphia area to come together through reading and discussing a single book.
From January 16 to March 13, nearly 100 events and programs will center on the 2017 National Book Award-winning novel, Sing, Unburied Sing by Jesmyn Ward.
In addition to featuring one adult companion title and two youth companion titles to complement and enrich discussions, One Book, One Philadelphia will also present a diversity of author voices through recommended reading lists of young adult and children's books that connect with themes in the featured books.
Fancy a road trip to BK? The amazing singer/producer SHRAF is releasing his latest EP 'held tongues' The EP cover was created by collective member Emily Carris, The show features the magical sounds of Strange Parts. This one is worth the trip to Secret Project Robot
Ivan&Lolo (DJ) (Ivan Forde & Carlos Rosales-Silva)
Visual by Emily Carris
Are you POC? Do you have some funny stories to share? Join Benjamin Kuss Diversity Coordinator at Philly Improv Theater and Chris Esperance, co-producer of American Express a POC improv and sketch show for a one-hour improv and sketch comedy workshop. This workshop is part of the Mad Ethnic Comedy Festival. You can find tickets and more information about the festival on their website.
January 25 – March 16, 2019
January 25, 2019 • 5:30 – 10:00pm
Friday, February 22, 2019 • 5:30 – 10:00pm
Paradigm Gallery + Studio / 746 S. 4th Street, 1st Floor / Philadelphia, PA 19147
Join us in celebrating Dead Kings, a new collection of drawings depicting the demise of opulent rulers of the past and linking this to our present.
Paradigm Gallery is pleased to present "Dead Kings," an exhibition of new works by the Philadelphia-based artist Kate Glasheen. Documenting history through line, Glasheen's latest expertly-wrought ink on paper drawings express historical realities and their all-too-relevant association to our present-day political climate.
Delicately rendered in exquisite detail, Glasheen's new series represents a departure from the artist's previous more conceptually abstracted works. Employing an historically literate approach, Glasheen critically depicts the opulence and excesses of the past. For Glasheen, there is a narrative through line connecting the rulers of the past with the contemporary leaders of today.
Drawing with virtuoso skill, her finely hatched, original portrayals of the kings and monarchs of past civilizations serve as stark reminders of the potential dangers of a dictatorial state. Historical tyrants with absolute power often exercised it in a cruel or oppressive way. Through the centuries, autocratic powers have proven to be unsustainable over time. Centralized, dictatorial systems of government requiring complete subservience to the state eventually fall.
From Glasheen's vantage, the cycle of repression continues today, as one despot is deposed by another. Her historical figures are represented as human skeletons, elaborately dressed, ostentatious characters decorated in showy, complex patterns. For all of their extravagance, Glasheen's kings have been reduced to mere bone and cartilage, the remaining parts of something after its life or usefulness is gone. Once-revered, all-powerful sovereigns--their features humorously exaggerated--are effectively satirized, lampooned to caricatures.
Proffering a vision of a world run by venality--one we can identify with today--Glasheen's skillfully composed, intricate line drawings remind viewers of the connective tissue between historical civilizations and our modern political times, the rulers of the past and the 'kings' of today.
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Join philly based musician Andy Holmes for the cassette release of his new album "Limping Through Paradise, Come Home". The evening will also feature Yours, Mookie a solo project by local Philly artist Mercedes Webb and the improvised sounds of Chris Acree and Corey Duncan (two thirds of Strange Parts) in Friendship Collective.
Listen to "Dead Skin" from the album "Limping Through Paradise, Come Home”
Listen to “Oh God What A Beautiful Time I Spent In The Wild” Chris Acree and Corey Duncan.
Become an animator and make your own GIFCard Collapsible Zoetrope! (TM)
Zoetropes are an early form of animation that the whole family can enjoy.
How it works: A continuous image is pasted on the inside wall of a slotted black cylinder. When the cylinder is spun and the imagery is viewed through slots in the wall of the cylinder, the image comes to life!
In this workshop, we’ll be making original animations for a GIFCard Collapsible Zoetrope(TM). A new take on the old-fashioned toy — the GIFCard Collapsible Zoetrope is the perfect gift for friends near and far and makes an ideal greeting card or bookmark.
Cost: Sliding Scale from $5-$15
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Calling all artists! Gather your easel and your wine glass for our monthly figure drawing evening. A two hour session, artists bring their own tools and are joined by a nude model in our intimate space. The session is BYOB and wine available by donation.
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$8-10 sliding scale:
Saxophonist Sam Newsome is a soprano saxophone specialist. Since making the soprano his main instrument almost 20 years ago, he has established himself as one of the more important soprano players of his generation. Newsome has been nominated by the Jazz Journalist Association (JJA) as “Soprano Saxophonist of Year,” several years in a row, and has consistently placed in the top 10 in the Downbeat Critics Poll in the “Soprano Saxophone” category.
Newsome, who made a name for himself as a tenor saxophonist in the Terence Blanchard band in the early nineties, has moved away from his hard bop roots and now embraces more experimental and avant garde concepts.
In addition to being associate professor of jazz studies at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus, Newsome continues to tour, record and develop new ways to explore the soprano saxophone’s sonic terrain. His latest as well as his fifth solo saxophone outing is titled The Straight Horn of Africa: A Path to Liberation – The Art of the Soprano, Vol. 2 (Some New Music) has been described by Ed Enright, DownBeat Magazine as “a modern masterpiece.” ★★★★ 1/2
Newsome is also a frequent collaborator with many creative musicians on the New York jazz scene: pianist Ethan Iverson, drummer Francisco Mora Catlett and AfroHORN, The Collective Identity Saxophone Quartet, violinist Meg Okura and her Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble, and he is a member of the new project by The Bad Plus: Science Fiction: The Music of Ornette Coleman—other members include alto saxophonist Tim Berne and trumpeter Ron Miles.
Surface Destroyer are the duo of Daniel Levine (trumpet) and Ben Rosen (keyboard).
Daniel Levine is a trumpet player, composer, improviser and educator based in Philadelphia, PA.
As a prolific composer Daniel has led many projects over the years, including his dynamic and sophisticated trio Knuckleball with Devin Gray and Marc Hannaford, who released their debut album in 2015. In Philadelphia, Daniel leads the experimental duo Surface Destroyer with Ben Rosen, and the Daniel Levine Philadelphia Trio with Sandy Eldred and Kevin Ripley. He has also been an in demand sideman and collaborator, performing and recording with many local and visiting artists including Dan Blacksberg, Hardwork Movement, and Mostly Other People do the Killing. He can be heard on the upcoming August 2018 release from Khemist, produced by Anwar Marshall.
Beginning as a classically trained pianist (studying with Marcantonio Barone), Ben has become known for improvising in jazz and other contexts, with Sirius Juju, Archer Spade’s Spectrum Ensemble, Surface Destroyer and more. A longtime member of Philly’s rock scene, Ben has performed and recorded with the rock groups The Chairman Dances and Bird Watcher (on electric bass) and is a former member of the instrumental math rock trio David Phosphor Walrus (on guitar).
Partial funding for this event was provided by Frankford Tax Professionals.
more info: http://firemuseumpresents.com/events/sam-newsome-surface-destroyer/
Please join us in celebrating the hard work and dedication of the Womanly team as well as the continued support of our community, friends, and family. We will be celebrating at The Art Dept Collective (1638 E Berks St, Philadelphia, PA 19125) at 6pm on Friday, December 7th.
We're proud to present accurate and accessible health information for women and non-binary individuals across the world. The entire issue can be accessed via our website [womanlymag.com] and we will have physical copies available for purchase
Join D From the Head and the Hand Press (@theheadandthehand). In this workshop D takes writers through a series of generative exercises to ignite your creative energy and propel your writing. It is an opportunity to simply sit and write with other writers. $5 Refreshments available.
We’re please to welcome Berlin’s own Fenster along with our own Strange Parts and Canada’s Baby Jey for a vibed out evening of music
The Room, Fenster’s fourth album and their first release on Altin Village & Mine marks the beginning of a new chapter for the band. After releasing three albums, a feature length film, and touring extensively throughout Europe and North America since 2012, The Room serves as an entry point into their sonic evolution. The essential characteristic of the band is transformation—within and between genres, albums, and songs. Their sound is a window framing psychedelic, groovy, hypnogogic, playful pop. Fenster is Elias Hock (Germany), Jonathan Jarzyna (Germany), Lucas Ufo (Fance) and JJ Weihl (USA).
About Strange Parts
Upon meeting in Philadelphia in 2007, Attia Taylor and Corey Duncan vowed to make music together. It was not until years later when Duncan had moved home to Seattle and Taylor had taken a job in New York that the pair began working on material via email. Over three years of bicoastal collaboration Strange Parts was born. The project brings together the minimal pop sounds of Taylor’s solo work and the classical infused art pop of Duncan’s project Oh! Pears. This unlikely union combines to create a melodic art pop sound, rich with body moving grooves and toe tapping hooks, drawing inspiration from the likes of Serge Gainsbourg, Ebo Taylor, Billie Holiday, Broadcast, and writer Hermann Hesse. Taylor and Duncan recorded their forthcoming album with producer by Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, War on Drugs) in Philadelphia. For more information follow them on SoundCloud
About Baby Jey
Baby Jey are the soundtrack to expansive landscapes that evoke warm melodies and cold memories. You can hear them when you stare into the sun with your eyes closed, seeing only redness through your eyelids. The Edmonton, Alberta band writes strangely familiar melodies that end up more strange than familiar, marrying earnest country charm with the satisfying complexity of your favorite jazz and pop records. Inspired by the Americana upbringing they never had, their augmented melodies provide authentic modernity to a classic sound.
Join Julia from Threshold Wellness (@thresholdwellness) for a trauma-informed, body-positive workshop for those who want to take care of their bodies in truly personal ways. Drawing from mindfulness practices, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and yoga, you’ll leave with less tension and new somatically generated insights. You’ll also come away with easily reproducible movement and self-massage techniques to make more space between your cells.
This Workshop Includes:
Ball release - myofascial release for self-massage
Core activating movements- think core of yourself as well as muscles that lie closest to bones
Journaling - to keep thoughts and sensations in dialogue consciously
Ritual - An action + an intention to = manifestation
About the Teacher:
Julia has been a massage therapist and bodyworker for 10 years. She runs Threshold Wellness, teaches mindfulness to students through What Is: Mindfulness, and is in the process of completing a yoga teacher training. She has taught anatomy and physiology as well as self and couples’ massage workshops to adults. Julia’s beginnings were in the arts, and since receiving her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art, her identity as an artist has existed in her healing work and life choices.
Cost: $15-$35 Please email if cost is a barrier.
Join composer, arranger, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist Travis Woodson for an evening of Live Film Scoring. Woodson has collaborated and performed with various musicians and dancers. You may have seen him perform in Make a Rising, Sonic Liberation Front, Electric Simcha, Split Red, Adult Content, Kohoutek, his own group Live Like a King, and/or Pyramid Minds. During the summer of 2012, he premiered a series of compositions and arrangements for three guitars, as a part of the Archer Spade Performance Series, and has performed at the Improvisational Music event, the Nowhere Festival, in 2015.