Upcoming Seattle Shows

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From Wayward Music:

THU. 11/11, 8 PM – Monktail Creative Music Concern presents the first of three benefits for the Sounds Outside Festival, with Stephen Fandrich (solo piano compositions and improvisations) and John Seman (graphic scores for large ensemble)

FRI. 11/12, 8 PM – Three butoh dance solos with live music: Briana Jones/noisepoetnobody + MeSedna/Vox Vespertinus + Vanessa Skantze/Beth Fleenor

SAT. 11/13 – pianists Ann Cummings and Talman Welle perform music by Ligeti, Villa-Lobos, and others

WED. 11/17, 8 PM – Nonsequitur presents pianist Cristina Valdes playing Ives, Scelsi, Lachenmann, Messiaen, Jonathan Harvey, and Theo Loevendie

THU. 11/18 – composers Neal Kosaly-Meyer, Keith Eisenbrey, Aaron Keyt (aka, Banned Rehearsal) present recent music for piano and electronics

FRI. 11/19, 7 PM – Inaugural meeting of the Pacific NW Chapter of the American Society for Acoustic Ecology (all interested parties are welcome!) + live performance by Seattle Phonographers Union

SAT. 12/4 – pianist Robert Krupnik performs new music by Daniel Lentz and others

MON. 12/6 – New York saxophonist Chris Speed and his ensemble Endangered Blood

FRI. 12/10 – Jesse Canterbury (clarinet) and his new group Crosstalk, with Tiffay Lin (piano), Brian Cobb (bass), and Paul Kikuchi (drums)

SAT. 12/11 – Rafael Anton Irisarri, new compositions for electronics, keyboards, and other things

THU. 12/16 – Monktail Creative Music Concern presents the first of three benefits for the Sounds Outside Festival, with Beth Fleenor, Gabriel Herbertson, Ken Jacobson, and David Milford

FRI. 12/17, 8 PM – Nonsequitur presents Julian Priester (trombone), with Dawn Clement (piano), Geoff Harper (bass), and Byron Vannoy (drums)

SAT. 12/18 – Three Duos: Ronin (Kenny Mandell & Don Berman, saxes, flutes, percussion) + Paul Kikuchi & Steve Barsotti (percussion, invented instruments) + Gregg Keplinger & Simon Hennaman (drums, guitar)

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Stephanie Griffin and John Gurrin at the Stone

More detail on a show coming to New York’s Stone:

On Sunday, December 5th at 8:00pm at The Stone “fiery” violist Stephanie Griffin (The Momenta Quartet) and video artist John Gurrin make a rare offering of works for solo viola and video as part of a month-long focus on trance-inducing and psychedelic performance curated by Raz Mesinai. Featured on this special evening is a world premiere by John Gurrin and works by composers Tony Prabowo, Kee Yong Chong and Gérard Grisey.

The Stone is located at the corner of 2nd Street and Avenue C. Tickets are available only at the door and are $10 for adults; $5 for students/seniors and FREE for children under 12. Subway: F/J/M/Z to Delancey/Essex or F to Second Avenue.

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