RIP Hamiet Bluiett

Multiple reports on social media are stating that baritone saxophonist Hamiet Bluiett has passed away at age 78.

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Extended Techniques NYC Calendar for October 2018 

Source: extended techniques.

October 3-8
7-10 PM The Mile-Long Opera: a biography of 7 o’clock
Architects: Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Composer: David Lang
Words and lyrics: Anne Carson and Claudia Rankine
The Mile-Long Opera: a biography of 7 o’clock is an ambitious, collective, free choral work that shares personal stories from hundreds of New Yorkers about life in our rapidly changing city.
https://milelongopera.com
VENUE: High Line
ADMISSION: Free

THURSDAY, October 4
7PM Wacław Zimpel (compositions and various instruments)
VENUE: Joe’s Pub
ADMISSION: $20

THURSDAY, October 4
8:30 pm LIMBS
Yuka Honda (electronics) Andrew Nemr (tap dance) Kazu Kumagai (tap dance, electronics) Susie Ibarra (drumset, percussion)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

FRIDAY, October 5
19:30 Kuba Więcek & Piotr Orzechowski Duo, Wacław Zimpel, Michał Barański, Łukasz Żyta Oraz Goście Specjalni
VENUE: Soup & Sound
ADMISSION: $20

FRIDAY, October 5
9:00 Dessen/Harnik/Victor
Michael Dessen – trombone
Elisabeth Harnik – piano
Fay Victor – voice
VENUE: IBeam
ADMISSION: $10

FRIDAY, October 5
9:15PM Simon Nabatov – piano
Max Johnson – bass
Michaël Attias – alto saxophone
Mike Pride – drums
VENUE: HappyLucky no.1
ADMISSION: $15

FRIDAY, October 5
7 PM Ethan Iverson, piano + Miranda Cuckson, violin
Zucker | Malaby | Liberatore
Gabriel Zucker – piano
Tony Malaby – saxophone
Matteo Liberatore – guitar
live painting by Justin Neely
VENUE: Spectrum
ADMISSION: $15

FRIDAY, October 5
6PM First Fridays, featuring John Zorn
https://www.facebook.com/events/277719692842385/
VENUE: The Frick Collection
ADMISSION: Free

SATURDAY, October 6
1PM Kuba Więcek & Piotr Orzechowski Duo, Wacław Zimpel, Michał Barański, Łukasz Żyta Oraz Goście Specjalni +Ned Rothenberg
VENUE: Soup & Sound
ADMISSION: $20

SATURDAY, October 6
8PM Simon Nabatov, Max Johnson, Michael Sarin
CD Release for “Free Reservoir” 8pm
Simon Nabatov – Piano
Max Johnson – Bass
Michael Sarin – Drums
VENUE: IBeam
ADMISSION: $15

SATURDAY, October 6
8PM Ashley Paul (sax), Anthony Coleman (piano)
VENUE: Issue Project Room
ADMISSION: $15

SATURDAY, October 6
8:30 pm DreamTime Ensemble
Claudia Acuña (vocals) Jennifer Choi (violin) Yves Dharamraj (cello) Jake Landau (guitar, piano, keyboards) Yuka Honda (electronics) Susie Ibarra (drumset, percussion)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

SATURDAY, October 6
19:30 PM, and 21:30 PM
Wacław Zimpel & Piotr Orzechowski Duo
VENUE: The Jazz Gallery
ADMISSION: $20

SUNDAY, October 7
Ju-eh+Hwarg
Ju-eh (Juecheng Chen) is a conceptual virtuosic countertenor from Canton, China
Hwarg (Howie Kenty) is a Brooklyn-based composer and sound designer
https://www.ticketfly.com/event/1745323-ju-eh-hwarg-new-york/
VENUE: Rockwood Music Hall
ADMISSION: $10

SUNDAY, October 7
7:30pm Lopez / Bennett / Yeh
Brandon Lopez – bass
Ben Bennett – percussion
C. Spencer Yeh – violin
9:30pm Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp Duo
Ivo Perelman – tenor sax
Matthew Shipp – piano
https://www.artsforart.org/raza.html
VENUE: Teatro LaTEA, 107 Suffolk St
ADMISSION: $20 / $15 students, seniors

MONDAY, October 8
8 pm Marc Ribot: Songs of Resistance (Record Release)
with Justin Vivian Bond, Ohene Cornelius, Domenica Fossati & Fay Victor
https://lpr.com/lpr_events/marc-ribot-songs-of-resistance-october-8th-2018/
VENUE: LPR
ADMISSION: $25/$30

WEDNESDAY, October 10
8:30 pm Coil
Erik Friedlander (solo cello with electronics)
Playing the music of Britney Spears, Hildegard von Bingen, June Carter Cash and others.
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

October 12, 19 and 26
9 pm The Sundara All-Star Band
La Monte Young, voice
Marian Zazeela, voice
Jung Hee Choi, voice
Jon Catler, fretless guitar
Hansford Rowe, fretless bass
Narren Budhkar, tabla
Jung Hee Choi Tonecycle Base 30Hz, 2:3:7 Vocal Version
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-sundara-all-star-band-tickets-50814071255
VENUE: Dream House
ADMISSION: $28 – $36

SATURDAY, October 13
8:30 pm Throw a Glass
Uri Caine (piano) Ches Smith (drums) Mark Helias (bass) Erik Friedlander (cello)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

SUNDAY, October 14
8PM Julia Santoli, Liberatore/Foster/Mattrey, Brandon Lopez
VENUE: Wonders of Nature
ADMISSION: $15

SUNDAY, October 14
8pm Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble “Cellular Songs” Concert (Night 1)
Meredith Monk, voice and keyboard
Ellen Fisher, voice
Katie Geissinger, voice
Allison Sniffin, voice and keyboard
Jo Stewart, voice
https://lpr.com/lpr_events/meredith-monk-night-1-october-14th-2018/
VENUE: LPR
ADMISSION: $35 / $25

MONDAY, October 15
7:30pm yMusic Featuring a N.Y. Premiere by Bryce Dessner
Program
Bryce Dessner: People Variations, N.Y. Premiere, 2018
Nico Muhly: Clip, N.Y. Premiere, 2017
Gabriel Kahane: Bluets, 2017
Gabriella Smith: Tessellations, 2018
Andrew Norman: Caught, 2017
https://bacnyc.org/performances/performance/ymusic
VENUE: BAC
ADMISSION: $25

MONDAY, October 15
8pm Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble “Cellular Songs” Concert (Night 2)
https://lpr.com/lpr_events/meredith-monk-night-2-october-15th-2018/
VENUE: LPR
ADMISSION: $35 / $25

TUESDAY, October 16
8pm Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble “Cellular Songs” Concert (Night 3)
https://lpr.com/lpr_events/meredith-monk-night-3-october-16th-2018/
VENUE: LPR
ADMISSION: $35 / $25

TUESDAY, October 16
9pm Tim Berne, Michael Formanek, Andrew Cyrille;
VENUE: Korzo
ADMISSION: $10 and $10

THURSDAY, October 18
Morton Feldman’s ‘For John Cage’ /Bennardo-Larson Duo
https://www.facebook.com/events/1745263748926118/
VENUE: Areté Venue and Gallery
ADMISSION: $15

SATURDAY, October 20
8pm Vijay Iyer Sextet
Performers:
Vijay Iyer piano
Graham Haynes cornet, flugelhorn, electronics
Steve Lehman alto saxophone
Mark Shim tenor saxophone
Stephan Crump bass
Jeremy Dutton drums
https://www.millertheatre.com/events/vijay-iyer-sextet
VENUE: Miller Theatre at Columbia University
ADMISSION: $25 – $40

SATURDAY, October 20
8 PM Tony Malaby’s VOLADORES
Billy Mintz -drums; Marc Hannaford – piano; Patricia Brennan – vibes; Sean Ali – bass; Brandon Lopez- bass and Kenny Warren – trumpet.
VENUE: Barbes
ADMISSION: $10

SUNDAY, October 21
6pm: Tyshawn Sorey with Marilyn Crispell
a very special duo with pianist Marilyn Crispell, with whom Sorey has collaborated on and off during the past five years.
Tyshawn Sorey residency (3 days)
http://thekitchen.org/event/tyshawn-sorey
VENUE: The Kitchen
ADMISSION: $20 General / $15

SUNDAY, October 21
8pm Peter Evans solo; Peter Evans’ Being & Becoming;
http://www.jackny.org/more-is-more-records.html
VENUE: JACK
ADMISSION: $20

MONDAY, October 22
7:30pm Ensemble Connect
Program:
Ligeti Six Bagatelles for Wind Quintet
Gabriella Smith Anthozoa (World Premiere, commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
Kaija Saariaho Light and Matter
Brahms Clarinet Trio in A Minor, Op. 114
https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2018/10/22/ensemble-connect-0730pm
VENUE: Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall)
ADMISSION: $32 – $38

TUESDAY, October 23
8:30 pm Chris Dingman, Sara Serpa and Okkyung Lee
Chris Dingman (vibes) Sara Serpa (voice) Okkyung Lee (cello)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

WEDNESDAY, October 24
7:30 PM Ralph van Raat, Piano
Program:
Alkan, Symphony for Solo Piano from 12 Etudes in All the Minor Keys
Louis Andriessen, Searching for Unison (Etude for Solo Piano) (World Premiere, commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
Debussy, “Etude retrouvée” (1915; realized Howat)
Boulez, Prelude, Toccata, and Scherzo (US Premiere)
https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2018/10/24/ralph-van-raat-piano-0730pm
VENUE: Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall)
ADMISSION: $38 to $45

THURSDAY, October 25
8PM Frank London
VENUE: The Stone At Russ And Daughters Cafe
ADMISSION: Free

THURSDAY, October 25
8PM Fraser / Lopez / Bennett & Foster / Ewen
VENUE: Project Q | 1850 Amsterdam Ave
ADMISSION: $15

THURSDAY, October 25
8:30 pm Chris Corsano, Ches Smith and Okkyung Lee
Chris Corsano (drums) Ches Smith (drums) Okkyung Lee (cello)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

FRIDAY, October 26
8PM Brandon Lopez (bass), Michael Foster (Saxophones), Nina Dante (voice), Lucie Vítková (accordion)
https://issueprojectroom.org/event/brandon-lopez-malediction-michael-foster-nina-dante-and-lucie-v%C3%ADtkov%C3%A1
VENUE: Issue Project Room
ADMISSION: $15

FRIDAY, October 26
8 PM Yuja Wang, Piano, Martin Grubinger, Percussion
Program:
Stravinsky, Le sacre du printemps (arr. Martin Grubinger Sr., NY Premiere)
Bartók, Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (arr. for one piano and percussion by Martin Grubinger Sr., NY Premiere)
John Psathas, One Study
Arturo Márquez, Danzón No. 2 (arr. Leticia Gómez-Tagle)
VENUE: Perelman Stage (Carnegie Hall)
ADMISSION: $22.50 -$125

SATURDAY, October 27
8pm Composer Portraits, Kate Soper
Music by Kate Soper
Text by Aristotle, Guido d’Arrezo, Lydia Davis, Michael Drayton, Robert Duncan, Plato, Sigmund Freud, Jenny Holzer, Sophocles, Sarah Teasdale, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Wet Ink Ensemble
Repertoire:
IPSA DIXIT (2010-2016)
https://www.millertheatre.com/events/kate-soper
VENUE: Miller Theatre at Columbia University
ADMISSION: $20 – $30

SUNDAY, October 28
7:30pm Michael Formanek Elusion Quartet with Tony Malaby, Kris Davis, Ches Smith;
VENUE: The Jazz Gallery
ADMISSION: $20

MONDAY, October 29
Zeena Parkins – Accordion / Electronics
Ingrid Laubrock – Tenor Saxophone
Tom Rainey – Drums
VENUE: IBeam
ADMISSION: $15

TUESDAY, October 30
8:30 pm Bodhicitta
William Parker (bass) Ikue Mori (electronics) Kenny Wollesen (drums) Louie Belogenis (soprano and tenor saxes)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

TUESDAY, October 30
9:15PM Dan Tepfer’s Natural Machines
Dan Tepfer uses the Yamaha Disklavier piano to bring together his world-class pianism with his background in physics and programming.
https://lpr.com/lpr_events/dan-tepfer-natural-machine-october-30th-2018/
VENUE: LPR
ADMISSION: $20-$30

WEDNESDAY, October 31
8PM For, new commissions and works by Wadada Leo Smith, Annea Lockwood, and Catherine Lamb
VENUE: Issue Project Room
ADMISSION: $15

Jazz at Princeton University Schedule

Source: Princeton Department of Music.

Saturday, November 17, 2018 – Jazz at Princeton University Small Group I with trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire
The acclaimed trumpeter joins Princeton’s Small Group I directed by Rudresh Mahanthappa for an exciting collaborative evening of music that includes a commissioned suite in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of W.E.B. Du Bois’ birth.
8:00 pm, Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall. For information and tickets call 609-258-9220 or visit at https://music.princeton.edu/events/ambrose-akinmusire-jazz-small-group-i

Friday, November 30, 2018 – Creative Large Ensemble
Jazz at Princeton University’s Creative Large Ensemble, led by Darcy James Argue, continues to redefine the big band in a program encompassing a broad spectrum of the genre.
8 pm at Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall. For information and tickets call 609-258-9220 or visit https://music.princeton.edu/events/creative-large-ensemble-1.

Monday, December 3, 2018 – Jazz Vocal Improvisation Ensemble
VIE directed by the world-renowned Jay Clayton presents its first public performance of the year.
7:30 pm, Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall. Free and open to the public. For information visit https://music.princeton.edu/events/jazz-vocal-improvisation-ensemble-1.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 – Small Groups I & A
Jazz at Princeton University’s small groups, directed by award-winning saxophonist and program director Rudresh Mahanthappa, present an energizing and beautiful evening of music.
7:30 pm, Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall. Free and open to the public. For information visit https://music.princeton.edu/events/jazz-small-groups-concert-1.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 – Small Groups I & A
Jazz at Princeton University’s small groups, directed by award-winning saxophonist and program director Rudresh Mahanthappa, present an energizing and beautiful evening of music.
7:30 pm, Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall. Free and open to the public. For information visit https://music.princeton.edu/events/jazz-small-groups-concert-0.

Thursday, April 25, 2019 – Jazz Vocal Improvisation Ensemble
VIE directed by the world-renowned Jay Clayton presents its final performance of the year.
7:30 pm, Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall. Free and open to the public. For information visit https://music.princeton.edu/events/jazz-vocal-improvisation-ensemble-0.

Saturday, May 11, 2019 – Creative Large Ensemble with Terri Lyne Carrington
Jazz at Princeton University’s season closes with renowned drummer and Grammy winner Carrington in a rare performance of Jim McNeely’s Tribute to Tony Williams Lifetime alongside students in the Creative Large ensemble led by Darcy James Argue.
8 pm at Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall. For information and tickets call 609-258-9220 or visit https://music.princeton.edu/events/terri-lyne-carrington-creative-large-ensemble.

Vital Weekly Reviews 1151

Source: Vital Weekly.

BILL THOMPSON – MOUTHFUL OF SILENCE (2CD by Burning Harpsichord Records) *
ANJA GARBAREK – THE ROAD IS JUST A SURFACE (CD by Drabant Music) *
ANDREW RAFFO DEWAR & JOHN HUGHES & CHAD POPPLE – REFLEJO (CD by Pfmentum) *
GEIR SUNDSTØL – BRØDLØS (CD by Hubro) *
MOON RELAY – IMI (CD by Hubro) *
HAVARD VOLDEN – SPACE HAPPY (CD by Sofa Music) *
TASHI WADA – NUE (CD by Frkwys/RVNG Intl’) *
PASCAL LE GALL – RETURNS (CD by Warm) *
PETER GARLAND – THE LANDSCAPE SCROLLS (CD by Starkland) *
MIND & MACHINE VOLUME 1 (CD compilation by Ravello Records)
MIND & MACHINE VOLUME 2 (CD compilation by Ravello Records)
RIVULETS – IN OUR CIRCLE (CD by Talitres)
DE FABRIEK – MADE IN SPAIN (LP by BFE) *
URBANFAILURE – RADICAL REST/[/] 42 (LP by Urbsounds)
JOHN SAINT-PELVYN – A CLERICAL ERROR IN SHASTA COUNTY SHOULDN’T HAVE TO RUIN A SATURDAY NIGHT (double 10′ by Elecrro Motive Records)
ERIC LUNDE – JERK SHOCK (lathe cut 7″ by Smites!/Ballast)
BOY DIRT CAR – GRAVA (CDR by After Music Recordings) *
EILEAN REC & DAUW DIALOG TAPES II (CDR compilation by Eilean Records)
SIRIA – CUSPO (cassette by Cronica Electronica)
TAMTAM – RHEINGOLD (cassette by Cronica Electronica)
WHITE BOY SCREAM – REMAINS (cassette by Crystalline Morphologies) *
GABIE STRONG – INCANTATIONS VOL. 1 (cassette by Crystalline Morphologies) *
SHELTER DEATH – I CANNOT HEAR THE FILTHY CITY (cassette by Crystalline Morphologies) *
INCONSILABLE GHOST – SOKOLOWSKO CHANNELLING (cassette by Fourth Dimension Records)
MAX KUIPER & THORSTEN SOLTAU – VOX CATULI (cassette by Sentimental Productions)
EDWARD SOL – MONSTROUS ARTLESSNESS (cassette by Village Tapes)
BROWNING MUMMERY – WORLD OF SHELLS (cassette by Trapdoor Tapes)
GRIM – PRIMARY PULSE (cassette by Trapdoor Tapes)
INFLATED CLIMAX (cassette by Trapdoor Tapes)
NEURASTHENIA – PSYCHOLOGICAL REINCARNATION (cassette by Trapdoor Tapes)
THE MUCH QUINTET- VOL.1 & VOL. 2 (cassette by Friendship Tapes)

Avant Scena Reviews

Source: Avant Scena.

Hearts & Minds – “Electroradiance” (Astral Spirits, 2018)

Paul Dunmall / Jon Irabagon / Mark Sanders / Jim Bashford ‎– “The Rain Sessions” (FMR, 2018)

Jeff Albert (featuring Ben Lamar Gay, Matt Lux, & Quin Kirchner) – “Live at The Hungry Brain” (Breakfast for Dinner, 2018)

Ken Vandermark/Nate Wooley/Sylvie Courvoisier/Tom Rainey – “Noise of Our Time” (Intakt, 2018)

Ellery Eskelin/Dave Ballou/Michael Formanek/Devin Gray – “Dirigo Rataplan II” (Rataplan, 2018)

Kuzu – “Hiljaisuus” (2018)

Coming to Boston

Source: Non-Event.

OREN AMBARCHI / WILL GUTHRIE
RETRIBUTION BODY
SMFA Anderson Hall
Tuesday, October 9, 2018

First Boston performance of the electrifying duo of guitarist and multi-instrumentalist OREN AMBARCHI and drummer and percussionist WILL GUTHRIE.

RICHARD CHARTIER
VICTORIA SHEN
Boston City Hall
Friday, October 12, 2018

RICHARD CHARTIER is a Los Angeles based artist, considered one of the key figures in minimalist sound art. Chartier’s works explore the inter-relationships between the spatial nature of sound, silence, focus, perception, and the act of listening itself.

VICTORIA SHEN is a Somerville­-based multimedia artist and musician. Shen’s sound practice is concerned with the spatiality/physicality of sound and its relationship to the human body. Shen’s music floods its location acting as a form of sculpture. Her music features analog modular synthesizers (Flower Electronics), contact microphones, and other hand-built electronics. These instruments are designed to electronically reproduce chaotic systems, systems which are highly sensitive to small changes in their initial parameters. The resulting music eschews conventions in harmony and rhythm in favor of the extreme textures and gestural tones.

BILL T MILLER at Café Fixe
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Café Fixe
1642 Beacon Street (Washington Square)
Brookline, MA
7 p.m. /$5

BILL T MILLER, a chameleon of sonic exploration, is a multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, recording engineer, producer, filmmaker, photographer, artist, instrument builder and cat lover. From toy piano at two years old to starting a “band” with tennis racket guitar and trash can drums in the 60s to becoming a professional recording engineer / producer / live sound tech after graduating from College for the Recording Arts in San Francisco in 1976, his paths are always unfolding and looping. At recording college he took synthesizer courses with ARP 2600 and Emu synths and then worked (as live sound and recording engineer) in California until 1980. Eventually ending up in Boston working as a freelance recording engineer and live sound engineer and then starting his own Headroom Recording Studios. While much of his “professional career” was devoted to recording and photographing OTHER artists, he was always working on his own weirdo music bands in the shadows. Some of these adventures include Out of Band Experience (OBE) (with media barrage sampling and field recordings), Kings Of Feedback (bass, guitar, samples), Drum Army (percussion), Kings Of Slack (SubGenius Doktor), Zonkulator (mutated test equipment), and Orgy Of Noise (circuit bent toys, electro acoustic instruments, synthesizers) with over 20 full album releases on his own DIY labels (Immortal, ExtraTerrestrial, Burn This.) All available as FREE MP3s since 1998.

EVA-MARIA HOUBEN
Thursday, October 18, 2018
New England Conservatory
290 Huntington Avenue, Boston
8pm / FREE and open to the public

EVA-MARIA HOUBEN (born 1955) studied Music Education at Folkwang-Musikhochschule Essen and the organ with Gisbert Schneider. She received her doctorate and postdoctoral lecturing qualification in musicology and was called for lectures at Gerhard-Mercator-Universität Duisburg and Robert-Schumann-Hochschule Düsseldorf. Professor Houben has been lecturing at Dortmund University`s “Institut für Musik und Musikwissenschaft” since 1993, with both music theory and contemporary music as her focus. She has written numerous books on contemporary music and composers, as well as traditional music, listened to with ‘new ears’.

ASHA TAMIRISA, Piece for Fog Space
Fog x Island, Leverett Pond
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Leverett Pond / Olmsted Park
Brookline [MAP]
3pm – 4pm
FREE

ASHA TAMIRISA works with sound & image and researches media histories. Particular interests include tool-building with both software and hardware, experimental music and film, and intermedia composition & installation. Asha’s research integrates media archeological methods with feminist science and technology studies perspectives, looking closely and critically at often forgotten elements and conditions of media. Currently, Asha is a doctoral student at Brown University in the Computer Music and Multimedia department, and is concurrently pursuing an M.A. in Modern Culture and Media. Asha is a founding member of OPENSIGNAL, a group of artists concerned with the state of gender and race in electronic music/art practices.

KEVIN DRUMM + ANDREA PENSADO
Metropolitan Waterworks Museum
Friday, October 26, 2018
2450 Beacon Street, Boston
Doors: 7:30pm, Music: 8pm
Tickets: $15 gen admission | $10 students + Non-Event members

Chicago-based experimental musician and improviser KEVIN DRUMM returns to Boston for his first solo performance since 2014 for a singular, immersive performance employing the commanding resonances of the Great Engines Hall of Metropolitan Waterworks Museum. Keeping up with Drumm’s work is a daunting task. With over 100 releases available on his Bandcamp site and an additional one or two new things a month being added, Drumm’s work moves seamlessly between quavering, striated drones; dark, groaning rumbles; uneasy experiments in overlapping harmonic frequencies; and sputtered crackles and static of battered electronics.

ANREA PENSADO is an experimental musician, composer, and organizer, based in Salem, Massachusetts. While she initially composed mainly for acoustic instruments, she was gradually more attracted to working in a different, far more abrasive sound world. In her current work, she creates a highly personal sonic language using harsh, dense layers of sounds, often interwoven with her voice. Her live, interactive musical systems and use of invented language combine into inherently unstable performances full of ecstatic energy. In addition to her solo work, she has longtime collaborations with Chris Strunk & Walter Wright as Los Condenados, and Jen Gelineau & Stephanie Germaine as Phurnne. She also curates the Sonorium concert series.

MERIDIAN + BRITTANY KARLSON
The Yard (John Hancock Tower)
Monday, October 29, 2018
120 St James Avenue (use St. James entrance)
Doors: 7:30pm, Show: 8pm
Tickets: $15 general admission / $10 students & Non-Event members