Coming to Seattle

Source: Wayward Music Series.

Ann DuHamel: Prayers for a Feverish Planet
Thu. May 25, 8 PM; $5 – $20 donation at door

Minnesota pianist Ann DuHamel performs new and recently composed music for piano and electronics — thought-provoking, imaginative, evocative music — about the climate crisis. Presented by West Seattle Community Orchestra.

NonSeq: Tavaglione / Castillo / Quiet Eyes of Air
Fri. May 26, 8 PM; $5 – $20 advance / at door

Breana Tavaglione presents new work for electronics with percussionist Matt Camgros. Laura Luna Castillo creates an electronic audiovisual exploration of mnemonic patterns against entrop. Quiet Eyes of Air (Alissa Derubeis & Yasi Perera) perform Guard Less, for modular synths affected by the movements of Em Jones. Curated by Afroditi Psarra.

NonSeq: Fleenor + Icasiano + Oluo
Thu. June 1, 8 PM; $5 – $20 advance / at door

Beth Fleenor (Crystal Beth) uses amplified clarinet, wailing vocals, and electronics to weave a sonic universe all her own. Filipinx-American percussionist Christopher Icasiano plays a solo piece for acoustic drum set. Ahamefule J. Oluo performs new music for trumpet, clarinet and drums for their upcoming solo show The Things Around Us. Curated by Michaud Savage.

Ben Neill: Trove
Fri. June 2, 8 PM; $5 – $20 advance / at door

Inventor of the Mutantrumpet and long-time associate of composer La Monte Young, Ben Neill blends ambient, minimalist, and improvised musical elements to create otherworldly sonic and visual experiences that blur the lines between acoustic instrumentation and digital media.Trove is a series of richly textured ambient pieces based on Fibonacci structures.


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