Coming to Seattle

Source: Wayward Music Series.

The Light That Fills the World: Music of John Luther Adams
Thu. Feb. 24, 8 PM; $30, $15 advance/at door

A meditative music experience featuring the nature-inspired music of American composer John Luther Adams. Program: The Farthest Place (2001), The Wind in High Places (2011), Among Red Mountains (2001), The Light That Fills the World (1998/2001) Limited seating.

Earshot presents: James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor
Sat. Feb. 26, 8 PM; $10 – $20 advance/at door

Powerful, tenor saxophonist James Brandon Lewis’ style melds many traditions including gospel, free jazz, funk, and hip-hop. His long-time collaborator, drummer Chad Taylor, is known for his creativity and sharp improvisational instincts.

Unity Garnish + Bit Graves + EAMS.
Fri. March 4, 8 PM; $5 – $20 at the door

Unity Garnish is the electronic music duo comprised of Derek Blackstone and Sam Klickner. Experimental electronic chamber duo Bit Graves makes dense drone landscapes ranging from ambient to abrasive. EAMS. is into modular synthesis, sampling, improvisation, and reactive visualization.

Kin of the Moon + Strange Interlude
Sat. March 5, 8 PM; $5 – $20 advance/at door

Kin of the Moon (Seattle) and Strange Interlude (LA) team up for the first of an ongoing series of collaborations titled STRANGE MOON, featuring six newly commissioned works for flute, viola, cello, harp, vox/piano, and electronics by Sarah Bassingthwaighte, Abbey Blackwell, James Falzone, Wayne Horvitz, Nebal Maysaud, and Michaud Savage. + Demetrius Patin + WabiSabi
Wed. March 9, 8 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

Modular Seattle presents (re)connect, Bay Area duo’s evening of experimental electronic music and visuals exploring reconnect-ing after two years of isolation. This performance includes Seattle artists Demetrius Patin and WabiSabi.