MONDO is a new artist-owned, multi-use community hub and experimental performance complex comprised of three buildings on Baltimore’s historic Howard Street corridor.
On Wednesday, August 9, Heterodyne, a new improvisational music project, will debut at MONDO. Heterodyne consists of Maria Shesiuk on synthesizers and vocals and T. A. Zook on basscello. For its debut, it will be joined by Patrick Whitehead on Flügelhorn and trumpet, and Bob Boilen (host of NPR’s “All Songs Considered”) on ARP synthesizer. Heterodyne will be sharing the bill with Wisconsin-based Asumaya and Baltimore’s Infinity Knives.
MONDO is located at 406 N Howard St in Baltimore. Doors open at 7; performances begin at 8. There’s an $8 cover charge, cash only.