The Howl (theory) performs a new revision of my percussion quartet, IT'S MUTUAL, with Sean Statser as marimba soloist.
Also featuring the premiere of NEARLY RESOLVED CHORDS for electric chamber ensemble, in addition to the music of Eric Lemmon, Angélica Negrón, Noam Faingold, and Dylan Glatthorn.
Jesus In Our Lives: Opening Party!!
Artist, musician, and playwright Natalie Weiss is Artist in Residence at Ramiken Crucible Gallery. During her residency, Weiss will transform the gallery into a collaborative music studio and performance venue. Weiss’s residency is an experiment designed to repurpose the traditional social functions of a church in the most idealistic and contemporary ways imaginable.
7-10pm, performances at 8pm sharp
Lauren’s Song of Revenge by Allie Tyspin
Video and performance artist Allie Avitel Tsypin gets into teenage rage and banality in this video/performance piece based on a song from the new musical CAMP WANATACHI.
Ironing by Andrew Chadwick
Andrew Chadwick uses record players, microcassettes and radio to create quilted audio collages through broken records and object interference. Magnetic dregs and battered grooves yield a stuttering summertime soundclash.
Together We Are A River by Natalie Weiss
A line of women braid themselves together in a social sculpture about how great it is to touch your friends. Featuring Throat II by Little Women arranged for four female voices by Natalie Weiss.
Pinning Music for Four Trombones by Conrad Winslow
Conrad Winslow explores the sonorities and dynamics of the trombone with an entirely male ensemble!
Unicornicopia by Natalie Weiss
Wielding armfuls of samplers and synthesizers, a costume by riderhood and her little sister, Natalie Weiss will perform as Unicornicopia.