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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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  • 04/20/13--20:00: Vance Galloway + Stella Haze
  • THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED due to unforeseen circumstances. We hope to reschedule it at a future date.

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    8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only); presented by WA Composers Forum.

    Denise Fillion and Chris Graham are members of the Iktus Percussion collective. The New York-based percussion/piano duo perform works with electronics: John Luther Adams' Red Arc / Blue Veil (2002); Adam Haws' The Third Eye (2013 - world premiere); Bruce Hamilton's Attractors (2013 - world premiere) and Karlheinz Stockhausen's Kontakte (version for tape, piano and percussion) (1960)

    Originally from Washington State, Denise Fillion is a frequent soloist and collaborator in the New York City area. She has a special affinity for new music, and has worked with several living composers, including Tristan Murail, Frederic Rzewski, and George Crumb. Additionally, as a runner-up in the David Lang International Piano Competition, she recently premiered a new work written for the occasion by Lang at Le Poisson Rouge in New York. Denise has also been a guest with several ensembles dedicated to new music including Mantra Percussion, the Argento Chamber Ensemble, and Iktus+. Denise received her Bachelor of Music degree from Western Washington University where she was a Presser Scholar studying with Jeffrey Gilliam. After working as a collaborative pianist at Western, Denise was accepted on full-scholarship as a Master’s student at Stony Brook University where she is now a Doctoral Candidate studying with Christina Dahl.

    Chris Graham is an international new music musician living and working in New York City. Chris has consistently worked and performed with notable groups such as Newband, Ear to Mind, Talujon Percussion, Mantra Percussion, and is a founding member and director of Iktus Percussion, as well as co-principal percussionist for Ensemble Moto Perpetuo. He has commissioned and premiered works by established composers such as Charles Wuorinen, Martin Bresnick, Michael Gordon, Philippe Manoury, Franco Donatoni, Philippe Hurel, Mauricio Kagel, Ron Ford, Michel Vander Aa, Hugo Morales, Gerard Grisey, Harry Partch, John Luther Adams, Lisa R. Coons, Daniel Wohl, Jenny Olivia Johnson, Angelica Negron, Sebastian Armoza, Mathew Welch, Philip Schuessler, Levy Lorenzo, Matt Hough, Joe DiPonio, Brian Jacobs, Aaron Siegel, Ted Herne, Tristan Perich, Inhyun Kim, Jen Wang, Joseph Waters, Stephan Weisman, and Billy Martin (of Medeski, Martin, and Wood), among others.

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    7:30 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only); presented by UW Department of Music. The Improvised Music Project's annual IMP Fest returns with three nights of out jazz, improvisation, and new music by UW students and master players. Tonight, the great guitarist Bill Frisell leads a student ensemble. Also: Insistent Caterpillars!

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    7:30 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only); presented by UW Department of Music. The Improvised Music Project's annual IMP Fest returns with three nights of out jazz, improvisation, and new music by UW students and master players. Tonight, Eric Revis with Ted Poor and Cung Vu and students. Also: Sequoia.

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    7:30 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only); presented by UW Department of Music. The Improvised Music Project's annual IMP Fest returns with three nights of out jazz, improvisation, and new music by UW students and master players. Tonight, King Tears Bat Trip + Japanese Guy + How Glass Is Made.

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    8:00 PM; advance tickets available online: $10 general admission, $50 admission + wine ($35 tax-deductible), $75 add CD ($50 deductible), $125 add DVD ($90 deductible); presented by Seattle Modern Orchestra.

    For our first benefit concert, SMO welcomes pianist Stephen Drury for an exciting and virtuosic solo recital. Drury's program features three works rarely heard in Seattle:

    Serynade by German composer Helmut Lachenmann focuses on the inevitable natural law that the sound of the piano is always fading out, and explores how the piano sound can be kept alive, worked and shaped to stop its death and therefore, time.

    John Cage's Etudes Australes consists of 32 indeterminate pieces written using star charts, which results in an unbound independence of the performer's hands.

    Finally, Charles Ives' Concord Sonata represents his "impression of the spirit of the transcendentalism" of Emerson, Hawthorne, the Alcotts, and Thoreau.

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    8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

    Valve trombonist Christian Pincock presents new compositions for two groups: a quartet with saxophonist Greg Sinibaldi, tubist Jon Hansen and drummer Max Wood; and a live composition ensemble of saxophonists Evan Smith, Ivan Arteaga, Adrian Noteboom and Levi Gillis, trombonist David Marriott and percussionists Chris Icasiano, Evan Woodle and Greg Campbell. The quartet features jazz compositions influenced by Latin American rhythms and free improvisation. The live composition ensemble explores the combination of gestures used to organize improvisation combined with pre-conceived structures and compositions.

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  • 05/03/13--20:00: Seattle Composers' Salon
  • 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/check only)

    The Seattle Composers’ Salonfosters the development, performance and appreciation of new music by regional composers and performers. At bi-monthly, informal presentations, the Salon features finished works, previews, and works in progress. Composers, performers, and audience members gather in a casual setting that allows for experimentation and discussion. Everyone is welcome! Composers for this month: Brad Anderson, Phillip Arnautoff, Keith Eisenbrey, David M. Shere

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  • 05/04/13--20:00: Neal Meyer & Keith Eisenbrey
  • 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

    Two long-time collaborators share a piano concert of epic stillness.

    Neal Meyer continues his exploratory celebration of the silence of John Cage with a performance of the seminal graphic-score Solo for Piano from Concert for Piano and Orchestra (1958).

    Keith Eisenbrey presents his recent contemplative pitch stereoscope: Welcome to my planet. I come in peace. Two frameworks, joined at the source, phased (in specious increments), cogs and gears, mutually warped and warping, rounding space.

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    Presented by Nonsequitur. This tribute to the brilliant Butch Morris, who passed away earlier this year, features two of his close friends and colleagues – Wayne Horvitz (Seattle) and JA Deane aka "Dino" (New Mexico) – using the conduction techniques developed and pioneered by Morris with the Royal Room Collective Music Ensemble. Employing an elaborate repertoire of hand signals, Horvitz and Deane guide the musicians through spontaneous compositions in which the musicians control the content while the conductors control the form and structure.

    The Royal Room Collective Music Ensemble features some of Seattle’s finest and most innovative improvisers under the direction of Wayne Horvitz: Ivan Arteaga, Sam Boshnack, Ryan Burns, Chris Credit, Eric Eagle, Beth Fleenor, Craig Flory, Geoff Harper, Jacob Herring, Al Keith, Steve O'Brien, Christian Pincock, Naomi Siegel, and Jacob Zimmerman.

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  • 05/16/13--20:00: Any Ensemble: Flexible Music
  • 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 siding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

    The Any Ensemble performs a hybrid of composed and improvised music, written to be interpreted by any group of instruments. The ensemble for this show includes Taina Karr, oboe; Kate Olson, clarinets; Emma Ashbrook, bassoon; Alex Guy, viola; Natalie Mai Hall, cello; John Teske, double bass; Paul Kikuchi, percussion. They will perform new music composed by Paul Kikuchi, John Teske, and other Seattle composers.

    Paul Kikuchi is a percussionist, composer, and sound artist working in Seattle, WA. Paul is involved in a wide variety of musical projects, ranging from percussion ensembles to experimental jazz quartets. Much of his work focuses on site-specific performances and recordings in unique acoustic environments. Paul is the founder and artistic director of Prefecture Music, a small non-profit that advances the creation and understanding of contemporary music through performance, documentation, and education.

    John Teske is a composer, double bassist, and improviser based in Seattle, WA. His work has recently been supported by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and Jack Straw Productions. John studied at the University of Washington with Joël-François Durand, Juan Pampin, and Josh Parmenter.

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    8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door.

    Don't miss the truly amazing rumbly sounds of brand new bass clarinet duets by local composers as played by Jenny Ziefel and Beverly Setzer. Come hear the world premieres of Jazz Set for two bass clarinets by William O. Smith, Three Dances by Jim Knodle, and Cobweb by Daniel Barry, along with Colombian Dances by Mauricio Murcia Bedoya and Dark Embers by Theresa Martin.

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    8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

    The Tom Varner Quintet (Varner, French horn/composer; Mark Taylor, alto saxophone; Eric Barber, tenor saxophone; Phil Sparks, bass; Byron Vannoy, drums) present a mix of improvisations, new works for quintet and selected works from Tom's three acclaimed 1990s quintet CD's, The Mystery of Compassion, Martian Heartache, and Swimming. They'll also do a couple of new works adapted from Tom's newest recording project, Nine Surprises, a new work for nonet, that will be released in Fall 2013.

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  • 05/24/13--20:00: Lori Goldston
  • 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

    Cellist and composer Lori Goldston performs composed and improvised works, a warmup for her first solo tour of Europe. She will also be joined by violinist Julie Baldridge and percussionist Greg Campbell.

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    8:00 pm: $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

     Mouth of Gravity consists of multi-instrumentalist and music educator Denney Goodhew playing piano in this configuration, globe trotting multi-faceted guitarist Mark Oi, and dimensional drum ace Adam Kessler. Movement artist Alia Swersky is a performer and teacher engaged deeply in the vital act of dance improvisation. Together they delve into vacillating kaleidoscopes of color, shape and velocities one moment, a piercing whisper the next, the bull’s rush of a butterfly’s breath. This collaboration should prove to be of magical proportions. Please come and be part of it.

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    8:00 PM; $10 students/seniors, $18 general online or $20 at the door. Presented by Seattle Modern Orchestra.

    For its season finale, Seattle Modern Orchestra is very excited to present three pieces of contemporary classical music that each use space in a unique and nontraditional format that is sure to bring a unique musical experience to all in attendance.

    Music In Space features music from György Kurtág, Iannis Xenakis, and SMO's own Jérémy Jolley. University of British Columbia Professor of Piano and Chamber Music Dr. Corey Hamm will join us for Kurtág's ....una quasi fantasia..., where each instrumental family (woodwinds, brasses, strings, piano, and percussion) will surround the audience with both remarkably delicate and bombastic textures all juxtaposed against one another. Xenakis' Eonta for piano, 2 trumpets, and 3 trombones begins with granulated surfaces while gradually growing smoother as the brasses move around the stage, play inside the piano, and rotate throughout the Chapel. For Jolley's EisBerg, the audience will surround the piano while Seattle favorite Cristina Valdes reveals a multitude of resonances, which are then amplified by the six surrounding instrumental groups.

    If you've ever wondered what it's like to sit in the middle of an orchestra, you won't want to miss this show!

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  • 06/04/13--20:00: Ivan Arteaga
  • (photo: Jake Knapp) 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

     Composer/saxophonist Ivan Arteaga presents an evening of new works for the completion of his Masters Degree in Music Composition at the University of Washington. Ivan has taken the energy and excitement that can be found in improvisational music, and utilized it as a tool in generating materials and sounds for use in more through-composed music. The two pieces on the program were completely generated by way of improvising and workshopping with the ensembles over a long period of time. This has allowed for the musicians to cultivate a strong sense of relationship in musical language in improvisation, while at the same time allowing for a clear and consistent compositional form. Ivan also utilizes Supercollider for live digital signal processing, adding a sheen of colors to the music, generated directly from the sounds of the musicians. Also on the program is a short set of jazz standards, performed duo with guitarist Gregg Belisle-chi.

    Musicians: Ivan Arteaga - compositions, alto saxophone; Neil Welch - tenor saxophone; Greg Sinibaldi - baritone saxophone; Jared Borkowski - guitar; Katie Jacobson - voice; Cameron Sharif - piano; Evan Woodle - drums; Greg Belisle-Chi - guitar.

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  • 06/06/13--20:00: Leslie Ross
  • 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only); presented by Nonsequitur.

    NYC-based bassoonist and instrument builder Leslie Ross performs a series of pieces for micro-amplified bassoon and quadraphonic speakers, with/without laptop. Working with fifteen microphones placed directly on the tone holes of the bassoon, the signals are directed to four or more speakers around a room, while the acoustic instrument remains a presence. This set up takes apart the sound of the instrument, each microphone differentiating and picking up slightly different timbre and frequency nuances which, when sent to multiple speakers, creates a thickly textured listening environment. This is particularly true with multiphonics, which are used extensively in most of the pieces. Pitches and phrases blending in and out of these multiphonics are often further supported with the use of circular breathing. Some of the pieces involve sound processing and spatial shifts using MAX.

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  • 06/14/13--20:00: Avant Drum Night
  • 8:00 PM; $5 - $15 sliding scale suggested donation at the door (cash/checks only)

    A meeting of four drummers on the Seattle creative music scene: Don Berman, Greg Campbell, Chris Icasiano, and Gregg Keplinger. The first half of the concert features a drum/percussion solo by each musician; post-intermission, they'll team up for a quartet. Don't miss this evening with four of Seattle's finest improvisers.

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  • 06/15/13--19:30: Yesod
  • 7:30 PM; $15 at the door (cash/checks only), or buy advance tickets online.

    YESOD is Bill Wolford (banjo, guitar, mandolin, ukulele, trumpet, harmonica, found objects), Ahmad Yousefbeigi (percussion, found objects), and Jerry Schroeder (bass, effects, percussion, found objects). The group dissects, digests and reshapes their individual influences and experiences into a uniquely familiar musical sum, delivering deep rhythms and delicate acoustic textures. Vocalist Infinite Milam joins us, bringing her warm, soulful voice and lyrical shamanistic depth to the mix. Close your eyes and travel inward, letting the psychedelic world vibrations carry you away.

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