Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Upcoming Show: Eigenvalues and more

We're going to have some new material to share. Hopefully we'll finish our piece about Wickett (the OCD dog) in time to include it on this program...

Stripey Socks Productions Presents:

Saturday, March 17, 2007
7:30pm sharp!
$7.00 / all ages
7014 Westmoreland Avenue
Takoma Park, MD
Jack Wright’s free jazz trio
Jack’s solo and combo performances have enlivened and enriched recent Electric Possible shows in DC and he’s performed around the country and overseas for many years now. If you’re not already hip to Jack’s work, have a look here:
Don’t take those words for it, come out and experience his sound and collaborators firsthand.
Weaving together original and found text with composed and improvised music, Cameron McPhee and Jonathan Matis compose and perform material blurring the boundaries between music and literary art in a way that retains the integrity of both the spoken language and the musical composition. Eigenvalues unites Matis's skill as a composer and musician with McPhee's training in the theater. Matis is a composer and performer who has performed and recorded with a variety of ensembles, and is a co-founder of the DC Improvisers Collective (DCIC), a quartet exploring the intersection of jazz, contemporary composition and experimental music. Cameron McPhee has performed on and written for the stage since she was a child and trained in theater at the New World Conservatory for the Arts,.
Washington, DC graphic designer Jeffrey Prosser created Mimeth in 2005 as an outlet for his sound experiments using urban field recordings. Sounds collected on Minidisc are layered and treated on the computer. In performance, Mimeth creates soundscapes which embrace elements of dub, drone and post rock, and recent work has seen the addition of string arrangements. Mimeth is excited to be collaborating with Ivan Khilko and Michael Hendley of Immanent Voiceless for this performance and other upcoming live projects.
Pat Gillis of Northern Machine and The Angus Brainpan returns to Sangha with further dispatches from the alchemical universe of melody-free electronic sound.


jen said...

will there be green beer at this event?

Jon Morris (Matis) said...

if you bring it... sounds like a good idea to me.