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Friday, August 30, 2013

Robert Millis + Matt Shoemaker

Robert Millis returns from his recent journey as a Senior Fulbright Research Scholar in India. Tonight he'll improvise and experiment with the resonances and dissonances of overlapping tanpura drones and field recordings in a quadrophonic, immersive environment. Matt Shoemaker returns from his own recent extended sojourn to Indonesia. He will present work sourced from both natural and electronic means, using environmental recordings, resonating objects, and discordant electronics, exploring feedback, noise, memory, and accidental refinement.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

David Dunn

Presented by Nonsequitur. Composer and sound artist David Dunn presents works highlighting complexity in natural and human-made systems. These compositions reveal and amplify hidden auditory features of the natural world, sounds outside of normal human perception, interactions between artificial intelligence systems and living creatures, and models of chaotic change endemic to the kinds of forces currently shaping our environment. Along with three short pre-recorded works, Dunn will also perform Thresholds & Fragile States, using self-built non-linear chaotic oscillators capable of generating an infinite variety of “auditory behaviors” emergent from their status as autonomous electronic systems.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Robert Blatt: Fluxus + Text Score A Day

Rarely performed works by Fluxus artists George Brecht, Dick Higgins, Takehisa Kosugi, Tomas Schmit and Robert Watts, and a selection of pieces from Text Score A Day, a conceptual Twitter account consisting of a body of work with close connections to the event scores by Fluxus artists from the 1960's. The concert is organized by Robert Blatt co-author of Text Score A Day, who will perform with a small ensemble of local Seattle musicians.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Jacob Peck + Derek M. Johnson

Jacob Peck is a composer and multi-instrumentalist  based in Oakland, CA, whose music interweaves realms of the avant garde with various musical traditions of the world. Derek M. Johnson is a musician and visual artist from Olympia, performing a melange of  looped and destroyed tones, all emanating from his cello and a massive array of effect pedals.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Noisegasm + Distorrent

Noisegasm is Greg Weber and Brad Anderson, a two piece ensemble that explores the loud and distorted side of Electronic music. Distorrent is Brad Anderson and Clonal Machina, a two piece ensemble that explores the experimental, ambient side of electronic music.

Friday, August 9, 2013

Fleenor/Oslance + Amplified Clarinet Trio

Beth Fleenor (clarinets/voice/electronics) and Ryan Oslance (drums/objects) join forces for some volcanic improvisations. Oslance is known from his work with power math rock duo, the Ahleuchatistas, while Fleenor has been heard with Wayne Horvitz, Bobby Previte, King Crimson's Trey Gunn, and her own projects including Crystal Beth and the Workshop Ensemble. The Amplified Clarinet Trio (Beth Fleenor, Amy Denio, Craig Flory) presents all improvised music with electronics, on one of the worlds most dynamic instruments.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Fuller/Fischer + Steve Peters

An evening of music by three 12k label-mates. Corey Fuller (Tokyo) and Marcus Fischer (Portland) offer restrained and delicate electro-acoustic music, intricately weaving modular synthesizer, tape loops, pianos, guitar, and analog electronics. Steve Peters (Seattle) debuts the first live version of one of his site-specific Chamber Music installations. Stained Glass reveals lush drones hidden within the "silence"of the empty space.

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Two Cellos: Yanover + Rucker

Presented by Nonsequitur. Solos (and a duo) by two of Seattle's more unusual cellists — totally different, yet somehow complimentary. Gretchen Yanover uses looping devices to perform tonal compositions and improvisations, including material from her upcoming EP to be released this summer. Paul Rucker (visual artist, composer, and musician) combines traditional methods with extended techniques to create his own sound on the cello. Rucker continues to evolve through years of experimentation and continuous exploration. 

Friday, August 2, 2013

The Westerlies play Wayne Horvitz

The Westerlies are a New York-based brass quartet comprised of four friends from Seattle. Avid explorers of cross-genre territory, they have premiered over 30 original works for brass quartet since their inception in 2012. This program features new arrangements of the music of Wayne Horvitz - from his Gravitas Quartet, Sweeter Than The Day, 4+1 Ensemble, Zony Mash and The President repertoire, as well as recent chamber works.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Christian Pincock CD release + Dave Marriot

Trombonist Christian Pincock performs music from his new album release Plentiful Excitement, as well as new works to be released in the future, with Aaron Otheim (piano), Jon Hansen (tuba) and Chris Icasiano (drums). CDs will be available for purchase. Trombonist Dave Marriott opens the evening with an ensemble of trombones and drums performing original compositions by the group.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Border Crossings: New Music from US & Canada

Seattle composer Brad Sherman and Christopher Gainey (University of BC) team up again for a concert of new and exciting music by Canadian and USA composers. They each have premieres on the concert: Stipple and Crosshatch for guitar and violin, and Whiskey Desk for flute, banjo and piano, respectively. Also, world premieres by Kyle Grimm and Adam Hill, along with Glenn James’ US premiere of Get in Line.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Girma Yifrashewa + Amy Rubin

Presented by Nonsequitur & Unseen Worlds.

Girma Yifrashewa is Ethiopia’s most famous living pianist and composer. Using traditional tunes as a foundation, Yifrashewa’s compositions combine the ecstasy of Ethiopian harmony with the grandeur of virtuoso piano technique into an effortlessly enjoyable, heady mixture. Opening the concert is Seattle composer/pianist Amy Rubin, whose fearlessly eclectic and original music combines the rigorous structure of classical music with the spontaneity of jazz and the complex rhythms of African drumming and Latin American dance styles.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Earshot: Eric Ring + Paul Kikuchi's Autonomic Ensemble

Presented by Earshot Jazz. Pianist Eric Ring’s solo piano submission to Second Century shows the pianist in a pensive mode. He writes: “This music is an exploration of texture, voicing and song in small compositions...these pieces are deliberately quiet.” Paul Kikuchi is a percussionist, composer, educator, instrument inventor/builder, founder of Prefecture Records, and Feldenkrais practitioner. Tonight he brings his Autonomic Ensemble, which includes Taina Karr (oboe), Emma Ashbrook (bassoon), Greg Sinibaldi (bass clarinet), tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Eyvind Kang (viola), Natalie Mai Hall (cello), and John Teske (contrabass).

Monday, July 22, 2013

New Music from the Deep North

Cellist Karl Knapp and percussionist Bonnie Whiting travel south from Alaska to present new works by Seattle composers Nat Evans and John Teske, along with music by Martin Bresnick, Qu Xiao-Song, and John Steinmetz.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Substrata 1.3 : Day 3

Concluding Substrata’s evening performance program, this showcase presents an amalgam of the most acutely distinct vocabularies to be heard in the sub-genres of post-minimalist and electro-acoustic music. Pure digital programming giving voice to glistening architectural spires. Continental monoliths of physical mass and keening tonalities. These evoke pastoral landscapes generated by the acoustic melodicism of the chamber symphony: Christina Vantzou, Jacaszek, Kim Cascone

Friday, July 19, 2013

Substrata 1.3: Day 2

The second night of Substrata plays host to an evening of the 21st century continuance of folk, psychedelic, free form and non-rock traditions of the electric guitar. Far removed from its central pop culture role as the locus of the rock band, these artists explore the guitar through obfuscation of the ego, in abstract forms drenched in effects, enveloping dissonance and hypnotic untethered repetition:Sean Curley, Ken Camden, Grouper, Noveller.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Substrata 1.3: Day 1

Substrata Festival explores varying perspectives of scale though the use of sound, composition and visuals. Tonight we offer electronic structures and rhythms drawing on conceptual references ranging as far as the isolated landscapes of Iceland, the haunting woodlands of the Pacific Northwest, the celestial Music of the Spheres and imagined, encephalonic spaces between: Ethernet, The Sight Below, Yagya.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Jeph Jerman

For over twenty-five years, Jeph Jerman has been a seeker of sound. In 2010 he recorded a series of drone pieces using pot lids and metal bowls, played in the manner of Tibetan singing bowls. Titled arrastre, these were released as a three-part work on LP, CD-R, and cassette, and performed as a quartet in St. Paul, MN in 2012. Tonight it is performed by a septet of Jerman, Dave Knott, Doug Theriault, Mike Shannon, Esther Sugai, David Stanford, and Carl Lierman – a dense, shimmering wall of singing metal, rich in overtones and marked by gradual harmonic evolution.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Earshot: Syrinx Effect + Chemical Clock

Presented by Earshot Jazz. Jazz: The 2nd Century is Earshot's annual juried showcase featuring Seattle artists performing original, forward-looking music, in a concert setting.

Syrinx Effect is an experimental platform for trombonist Naomi Siegel and saxophonist Kate Olson. The duo plays contemporary, improvised music with electronics. Olson mixes jazz licks and space on soprano sax above a layer of laptop effects, Buddha Machine loops, and snaps, pops and analog electronic sounds from a Cracklebox. Siegel explores the range and booms of trombone and lays down a background of looped brass thwarted by guitar pedals, plus field recordings from her travels.

Chemical Clock is an aggressive and determined young band with a lot of good ideas and more than enough chops to pull them off. Led by keyboardist and composer Cameron Sharif, the quartet includes Ray Larsen (trumpet), Mark Hunter (bass), and Evan Woodle (drums). Their self-titled debut CD EP is a brief and refreshing blast of post-everything avant fusion, encompassing aspects of jazz, electronic dance music, prog-metal, contemporary classical music, and the indefinable electro-acoustic music currently being explored by edgy rock bands such as Lightning Bolt and Hella.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Stuart Dempster & Dennis Rea: Double Tanabata Birthdays!

Presented by Nonsequitur.

Seattle composers Stuart Dempster and Dennis Rea celebrate their shared birthday that falls on July 7, which is also the Japanese Tanabata festival. Dempster premieres Seventy Seven Sevens, featuring nine trombonists surrounding the audience, along with bass drummers Paul Kikuchi and Dean Moore. Rea's ASJ, premiered at the Chapel last January, this time incorporates the trombones along with John Seman, bass and Kate Olson, soprano sax.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Seattle Composers' Salon

The Seattle Composers’ Salonfosters the development, performance and appreciation of new music by regional composers and performers. At bi-monthly, informal presentations, the Salon features finished works, previews, and works in progress. Composers, performers, and audience members gather in a casual setting that allows for experimentation and discussion. Everyone is welcome! Composers for this month: Neal Kosaly-Meyer, Carson Farley, and Kam Morrill.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Tim Root: Pound Fifty Turns

Pianist, composer, and experimentalist Tim Root presents his new music/theater/performance work, Pound Fifty Turns, for amplified instruments, voices, electronics, movement and projection. The project combines absurdist theater, aleatoric composition, improvisation, and visual images in a celebration of the composer’s 50th birthday. With Beth Fleenor (amplified clarinet, voice, electronics), Queen Shmooquan (voice, performance), Kate Olson (soprano sax, electronics), Greg Sinibaldi (tenor sax), Sam Boshnack (trumpet), Naomi Siegel (trombone, electronics), Tom Peters (bass, electronics, projection), Steve Ball (guitar), Greg Campbell (percussion, horn, electronics) and Tim Root (inside/prepared piano, voice, electronics).

Friday, June 28, 2013

Tom Peters: Nosferatu

Director F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922) stands as one of the most important films to come out of pre-World War II Germany. After almost 90 years, it still delivers chills! Tom Peters’ live electronic score seamlessly weaves through Nosferatu’s dark alleys to create an experience like no other. Peters is a composer and bassist in Los Angeles who specializes in creating music for silent films, performing original scores through looping electronics and synchronized electronic soundscapes.