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In the Chapel Performance Space on the fourth floor of the Good Shepherd Center4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle (SW corner of 50th & Sunnyside in Wallingford)

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  • 12/15/12--20:00: Gust Burns: REAL BOOK
  • Pianist Gust Burns hosts this fundraising concert for REAL BOOK, his recent collection of scores made by erasing material from popular jazz songs in The New Real Book.First Set: Burns plays solo piano. Second Set: quartet w/ Paul Kikuchi, Carmen Rothwell, Jacob Zimmerman.

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    Presented by Seattle Composers' Salon, Nonsequitur, and Joshua Parmenter.

    Phil Kline's Unsilent Night is a free outdoor participatory sound sculpture of many individual parts, recorded on cassettes, CDs and MP3s, and played through a roving swarm of boomboxes carried through city streets every December. People bring their own boomboxes and drift peacefully through a cloud of sound which is different from every listener's perspective. Since 1992, this 45-minute work has grown into a worldwide annual communal event that has become an essential part of many winter holiday celebrations.

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    noisepoetnobody (analog synths & stringboard) celebrates his new CD Epos Nemo Latrocinium (Latin: Epic Nobody Mercenary) with comrades Tom Swafford, violin; Dean Moore, percussion & resonant metals;  Joy Von Spain, voice & piano; Vanessa Skantze, butoh performance. Also: butoh performance by Alex Ruhe with sound by Sisiutl.

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    Richard Webb is a NYC based sound artist and musician usually playing and composing for the ensemble Lullabies for Falling Empires; Mari Matsutoya is a conceptual sound artist based in Berlin. Recent Transmissions, a Whisper and a Thief is a new work that is part song, part video, and part transmission, as Mari will play her parts via satellite from NYC.

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  • 12/29/12--20:00: Ask the Ages
  • Ask the Ages is a Seattle based avant-jazz band comprised of Greg Campbell (drums and percussion), Steven Bell (Vibraphone ), Brian Heaney (guitar), Kate Olson (sax/woodwinds) and John Seman (bass). Influences are Sonny Sharrock, Sun Ra, Alice Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders.

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  • 01/03/13--20:00: Analog Honking Device
  • Analog Honking Device - tenor saxophonist Cynthia Mullis, Idaho soprano saxophonist Brent Jensen, Steve Kim (electric bass), Chris Symer (acoustic bass) and Chris Icasiano (drums) - performs music based on the modern jazz repertoire approached with a free and open, improvisatory, experimental aesthetic. The result is a seat-of-the-pants musical adventure that veers between the inside and outside parameters of the jazz experience.

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    Pran is trombonist Greg Powers improvising in the Dagarbhani style of Hindustani Music. Powers is the only trombonist in the world performing this ancient style of music as Stuart Dempster holds down the drone on a big brass didjeridu. Powers is a pioneer in adapting Indian music to the trombone. He is a disciple of the Dagarbhani tradition and has studied with Jeff Lewis, Ustad Farid'uddin Dagar, Uday Bhawalkar, Baha'uddin Dagar and Wasif'uddin Dagar in Seattle and Mumbai. As a Fulbright Fellow to India he studied with Ustad Yunus Hussein Khan in New Delhi.

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    An evening of collaborations featuring Wayne Horvitz (piano, electronics), Briggan Krauss (saxophone), Robin Holcomb (piano, voice), and very special guests from Vancouver.

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    Charles Buckingham and Vance Galloway present works encouraging active listening and contemplation of our shifting perceptions of time. No video: the scene behind your closed eyelids will serve as your only visual aid.Field recordings, electronic and acoustic guitar, radio interference, and signals from long-deceased stars are sources for extensive mixing and signal processing.

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  • 01/12/13--19:00: Seattle Rock Orchestra
  • Seattle Rock Orchestra performs works by Scott Teske, Ian Williams, Emily Westman, Andrew Joslyn, Nat Evans, Jherek Bischoff, Evan Flory-Barnes, Alex Guy, Samantha Boshnack, John Teske, Barry Uhl, and more. Each piece explores the musical motifs of a different decade or genre in pop music. The evening will culminate with performances of music from Beck Hansen's Song Reader.

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    Presented by Nonsequitur, supported in part by 4Culture.  Seattle's omni-musical treasure Amy Denio collaborates with the Tiptons Saxophone Quartet & Drums, Coast Salish storyteller and Native American flutist Paul "Che oke' ten" Wagner, and director Lisa Halpern, weaving together oral histories of ten people from all walks of life into a rich tapestry of songs and images based on these personal stories and myths they share.

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    Presented by Nonsequitur, supported in part by 4Culture.  Seattle's omni-musical treasure Amy Denio collaborates with the Tiptons Saxophone Quartet & Drums, Coast Salish storyteller and Native American flutist Paul "Che oke' ten" Wagner, and director Lisa Halpern, weaving together oral histories of ten people from all walks of life into a rich tapestry of songs and images based on these personal stories and myths they share.

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  • 01/25/13--20:00: Dennis Rea Large Ensemble
  • Seattle guitarist Dennis Rea presents guided group improvisations and chamber compositions with Stuart Dempster (trombone, etc.), James DeJoie (bass clarinet), Beth Fleenor (clarinet), Kate Olson (soprano saxophone), John Seman (bass) and Tom Zgonc (drums). Pianist Stephen Fandrich opens.

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  • 01/26/13--20:00: Neal Kosaly-Meyer
  • Neal Meyer performs works by John Cage using materials from Finnegans Wake. Writing for the Second Time Through Finnegans Wake (1974) uses Joyce’s name to create a series of mesostics which take us through the entire book in a little more than an hour, abandoning syntax and semantics but retaining and distilling the music and magic of the Joycean language. One7 (1991) is for a solo performer utilizing “any way of making sounds.” The sounds used for this realization are the Ten Thunderclaps — ten one-hundred letter words made by Joyce which provide structural punctuation at crucial points in Finnegan's Wake.

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    Herbert Brün was a pioneer of electronic and computer music, with particular interests in cybernetics and language, who also sought to apply principals of composition to social theory. As a professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne he was a highly influential teacher to a generation of American composers. Tonight's concert is a tribute by some of his students, performing works by themselves and their teacher. Herbert Brün: Infraudibles for quintet; Susan Parenti: The Poet Retracts; Mark Enslin: Unentitled for speaking pianist; Arun Chandra: An Untitled Poem in Sixteen Stanzae; Ben Kapp: Three Poems by Gertrude Stein for voice and two percussionists.

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    Presented by Seattle Improvised Music and Nonsequitur.

    The longest running improvised music festival in North America celebrates its 28th year, bringing together a gamut of Northwest luminaries to meet up with three remarkable visiting musicians: Quartet: LaDonna Smith (violin, viola, voice), Amy Denio (accordion, alto saxophone, voice), Beth Fleenor (clarinet, voice), Paul Hoskin (contrabass clarinet); Trio: Tucker Dulin (trombone), Greg Powers (trombone), Stuart Dempster (trombone); Quartet: Craig Taborn (piano), Ivan Arteaga (saxophone, clarinet), Wayne Horvitz (keyboard), Paul Kikuchi (percussion)

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    Presented by Seattle Improvised Music and Nonsequitur.

    The longest running improvised music festival in North America celebrates its 28th year, bringing together a gamut of Northwest luminaries to meet up with three remarkable visiting musicians: Quartet: Tucker Dulin (trombone), Gust Burns (piano), Mark Collins (bass), Jonathan Way (electronics); Solo: LaDonna Smith (violin, viola, voice); Trio: Craig Taborn (piano), Paul Hoskin (baritone saxophone), Mark Ostrowski (percussion)

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    Presented by Seattle Improvised Music and Nonsequitur.

    The longest running improvised music festival in North America celebrates its 28th year, bringing together a gamut of Northwest luminaries to meet up with three remarkable visiting musicians: Trio: LaDonna Smith (violin, viola, voice), Tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Monica Schley (harp); Duo: Craig Taborn (piano), Greg Campbell (percussion); Solo: Tucker Dulin (trombone) 

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    Beth Fleenor leads an 11-piece ensemble performing her 2012 conduction work SILT plus music for blindfolded ensemble. Beth Fleenor, clarinet/composer; Michele Khazak, voice; Kate Olson, soprano sax; Chris Credit, winds; Brian Bermudez, winds; Sam Boshnack, trumpet; Paul Kemmish, bass; Evan Flory-Barnes, bass; Michael Owcharuk, piano; Greg Campbell, percussion/French horn; Adam Kozie, drums.

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  • 02/15/13--20:00: Neil Welch + Chris Icasiano
  • Saxophonist Neil Welch performs music from his new full-length solo album Twelve Tiny Explosions, released on the local label Table and Chairs Music. Cluster, mute, smear, rangy, scream, coo, blast – Welch is an active mover of modern improvisation. Approaching the instrument as more a textural tool, tonight's performance will be inspired by the unique sound of the Chapel. Chris Icasiano, one of Seattle's most inventive drummers and a longtime collaborator with Welch in the duo Bad Luck, opens with a set of solo drums.

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