Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 6
Oct
23
7:00 PM19:00

Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 6

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 23 2018, 7-8pm

Join us for a six-week series devoted to the practice of Deep Listening, as coined/taught/enacted by the late composer Pauline Oliveros. For one hour, once a week, we will focus on sound. Listening first, with an eye (ear) toward healing, toward a collective experience more than the sum of its parts. There will be vocal and percussive sound production involved at different points. The space will be available for conversation/debriefing/relaxing afterwards. All ages welcome. No prior meditation or musical experience necessary.

Pre-registration appreciated: here. Tickets are pay-what-you-like. Suggested donation: $5-10 per week for use of the space, meaning $30-60 total.

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Concert: Steve Hauschildt / saajtak / Michael Vallera
Oct
24
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Steve Hauschildt / saajtak / Michael Vallera

Wednesday October 24 * 8pm * $10

Sonic Circuits presents:

Steve Hauschildt is an American electronic musician based in Cleveland. He was a member of the band Emeralds and has been releasing solo material since 2011. He has released four albums and a collection, and is currently signed to Kranky Records.

Channeling the textural experimentalism of electronic music, the catharsis of tragic opera, the growl of punk rock, and the urgency of polymetric grooves, saajtak “smelts its sonic influences into a maelstrom almost orchestral in nature and theatrical in its depth.” With a repertoire of compositions that range from complex epic forms to short frenetic noise pieces and a heavy incorporation of improvisation, the quartet is constantly developing environments that defy genre and the traditional roles of each instrument. This vastness of influence and appeal is evident in the diversity of acts they have shared the stage with, including Xiu Xiu, Gaelynn Lea, Vicky Chow, New Music Detroit, Laurie Amat, Alec Redfearn and the Eyesores, Alan Licht, and more.

An accomplished musician and protean artist, Chicago-based producer and guitarist Michael Vallera crosses his time with a perceptive ear and unparalleled vision. Profound and delicate, his music spans a vibrant palette of sonics, from the dysphoric torpor specific to the new millenium to the boundless scope of possibilities generated by new age virtualities.

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Concert: Andrew Weathers, Elkhorn, Jon Camp Ensemble
Oct
25
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Andrew Weathers, Elkhorn, Jon Camp Ensemble

Thursday October 25th, 8pm $10

Andrew Weathers is a composer and improviser originally from Chapel Hill, NC currently based in Littlefield, TX where he is engaged in a long-term project to renovate a storefront downtown. His music engages with notions of place, tradition, repetition, and spirit, taking cues from folk, experimental, and punk lineages. He studied composition at UNC-Greensboro and electronic music at Mills College in Oakland, CA. His work is focused on world-building, using art as a vehicle to create the world we want from what we have.

Weathers primarily performs and records solo and heads up the utopic chamber-folk group Andrew Weathers Ensemble. He also works regularly with Tethers, Real Life Rock & Roll Band, Satin Spar, and Common Eider, King Eider, among others. Over the past decade of intense activity, Weathers has collaborated or studied with numerous figures of experimental music including Pauline Oliveros, Fred Frith, Roscoe Mitchell, Tatsuya Nakatani, Eugene Chadbourne and many others..

Elkhorn is a guitar duo featuring Jesse Sheppard on twelve-string acoustic and Drew Gardner on electric. Their music interweaves the extended folk tradition with psychedelic improvisation. Elkhorn’s sound is rooted in the earthy, traditional fingerpicking of Sheppard with Gardner’s restrained, passionate cascades of improvised melodic phrases flowing through. They move freely between several different traditions: from American Primitive to Psychedelic Rock, from Hindustani to Mauritanian, from Krautrock to Jazz; pulling from players as diverse as Robbie Basho, Sonny Sharrock, Ben Chasny, Buddy Guy, and David Gilmour. Elkhorn combines the past and future in a rich multilayered music that shifts fluidly from pre-rock to post-rock, from the 1860s to the 1960s, from the familiar to the unknown.

Jon Camp Ensemble - Jon Camp is a fingerstyle guitarist and composer from the DC region. He plays an emotive twang that draws from American Primitive Guitar, psychedelia, and more. His set at Rhizome will include long-time collaborator Nick Arrivo on bass, Scott Verrastro (Kohoutek) on drums, Dave Jones (The Caribbean) on guitar, and Jamie Linder (Crooks and Crows) on pedal steel. 

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RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC - performance by Naoko Wowsugi, screening of Paul Bishow's film Wet Streets At Night
Oct
26
7:00 PM19:00

RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC - performance by Naoko Wowsugi, screening of Paul Bishow's film Wet Streets At Night

Friday October 26 * 7pm

“RETRO [per] SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in Washington DC” is a month-long collaborative program between Rhizome and the DC Public Library Special Collections, featuring live performances every Friday night through the month of October, representing select artist venues: The Museum of Temporary Art (MOTA), d.c. space, Union Arts, DC Arts Center, and Hole in the Sky (HITS). The exhibition includes materials on loan from the personal archives of venue founders, from DCPL Special Collections/Washingtoniana, the Smithsonian Archives of American Art, and excerpts from historical audio and video recordings from the past.

Tonight we feature:

A participatory performance, Amber Wolf’s hair salon “Feel So Fine” operates as a temporary, free hair salon in public spaces. Symbolizing hair as a source of power, the unlicensed stylist Amber Wolf offers free haircuts for "walk-in clients" who empower others. At RETRO [per] SPECTIVE, exchanging haircuts with dialogue, this experimental hair salon focuses on advocating against over-development, and empowering the identity of respected local culture, people and our creative spaces. The work is by Naoko Wowsugi, and recalls Rhizone’s days as a hair salon.

And, Paul Bishow's film Wet Streets at Night, which depicts a fictional punk band in DC, featuring Bad Brains's HR as the drummer, and footage of Tru Fax, Enzymes and others at Madams Organ. Filmed in Super 8mm. 1980. Bishow is a DC resident in Adams Morgan since the mid-1970s, has made many films, and founded the independent film group I AM EYE in 1982, with Pam Kray and Pierre DeVeaux. The forum ran for nine years, screening a variety of films every other Monday evening at d.c. space until the venue closed in 1991. The program continued at various venues throughout the city, including the Black Cat, DCAC, and others.

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Concert: 75 Dollar Bill, Austin Larkin
Oct
27
3:00 PM15:00

Concert: 75 Dollar Bill, Austin Larkin

Saturday October 27 * 3pm * $10

75 DOLLAR BILL in quartet form!: Che Chen's quarter-tone guitar buzz, Rick Brown's inimitable wooden box, Sue Garner on bass, guitar and auxiliary percussion and Talice Lee on violin, etc. Not to be missed!

"...[A] gloriously mind-frying, ritualistic splatter of Zen blues and Arabic and African music-influenced riff-rock repetition ... epically shambolic, thrifty and jazzy guitarscapes dripping of ecstatic hypnotism." -- Brad Cohan, The Observer

AUSTIN LARKIN focuses on sound that takes form in the irreducible, innate, (in)audible, spatial. He will present a performance of acoustic violin and microphone. Using both as distinct instruments draws awareness to the limits and potentials of both and the spectrum of possibilities between. Rather than having my instrument always mic'd or always acoustic, lately I have been experimenting with performance of both simultaneously by having the microphone situated in isolation and using the contrast, combination, gradation, as compositional material. With violin, I aim to not adhere to a singular tradition of the instrument but to create my own synthesizing a multitude of systems of thought pertaining to sound and listening.

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Transcendental Showcase: Rumput, Falsa, Kamyar Arsani
Oct
27
7:30 PM19:30

Transcendental Showcase: Rumput, Falsa, Kamyar Arsani

Saturday October 27th   7:30PM    $10 Suggested

Rumput plays kroncong (a string-band tradition from Indonesia) and explores parallel threads with other traditions, especially old-time string-band music of the United States and British Isles, and Indonesian gamelan.

Falsa performs 14th century Sufi music, described as " the cure for alienation" and "music that's not about means to ends but about meaning and transcendence. Umer Piracha on Vocals, accompanied by Siddharth Ashokkumar on Carnatic Violin, Tom Deis on Guitar/Harmonium, Paul Arendt on Lead Guitar, and Greg Foran on Percussion. The effect of listening to Falsa is to be transported both inwards and across centuries of joys, sorrows and longings.

Kamyar Arsani is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter born and raised in Tehran, Iran. Kamyar's musical mission is to spread cultural awareness and unity by mixing contemporary musical trends with traditional Persian folk music. Kamyar has spent over 20 years performing and researching the daf and its roots. Kamyar's songs and performances are very much inspired by the people of Iran and their history of struggle and protest. Kamyar recently collaborated with Benjamin Schurr and DC’s BLIGHTRECORDS and produced an electronics-backed Daf album called *Voices in the Dark*. In the words of a reviewer: ”this isn’t so much music as it is downright spiritual. It is a movement.”

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Concert: Matizwave, Time is Fire, Yeni Nostalji
Oct
28
7:30 PM19:30

Concert: Matizwave, Time is Fire, Yeni Nostalji

Sunday October 28 * 730pm * $10

Matizwave is a band that mixes Latin American rythms with alternative and modern music (pop, hip hop, electronic and rock). Instruments include guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, maracas, guacharaca and congas.

Time Is Fire is a band that could only come out of Washington DC. Rooted in DC's post-punk scene but reaching out to embrace rhythms from across the world, the group summons a kaleidoscopic sound that knows no borders-- a sonic blast of radio distortion from a country that doesn't exist.

Yeni Nostalji play original Turkish Pop / Özgün Türkçe Pop. Their sound is often described as a mashup of Bossa Nova, 60’s French pop, and modern indie pop ballads.

This concert is presented by Multiflora Productions annual month-long DIY global music festival "Flash of the Spirit" that happens across multiple venues in Washington DC during the month of October. Its mission is to present emerging and remarkable international musicians from abroad as well as local musicians from our diverse immigrant communities to celebrate their stories, heritage, and cultures through their music.

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Fortnights: Dystopia and Possible Avenues of Hope in the Area of Social Justice
Oct
29
7:30 PM19:30

Fortnights: Dystopia and Possible Avenues of Hope in the Area of Social Justice

FORTNIGHTS - Rhizome's communal learning series is untaught and unled. Our discussion/action groups are an opportunity for people to learn about a topic by reading, discussing, and then experimenting with the ideas that grow out of our discussions.

During the 2016-17 season Rhizome DC’s Fortnights held a reading and discussion group on Gilles Deleuze/Felix Guatari and Guy Debord’s Situationist International. The 2018/19 sessions will employ an even more participatory format, which will encourage everyone to present an author or reading of her/his choice in the area of social justice. Readings are available here: https://rhizomefortnightsdc.wordpress.com/

OCTOBER 29, 7:30 to 9:30pm. We will have two parts to the evenings discussion:

I.        Jim Ryan, musician, poet and concerned citizen, will present short audio works by William S. Burroughs and the Czec poet Vladimir Holan to inspire a spirited discussion of the relationship between art and social justice

II.     “We Must Remember in Order to Forget: Working Through the Difficult Histories of a PA Coal Mine Town on an Individual and Communal Level.

In this Fortnights session Mary Perry and Cade Levinson - locals from the coal mining region of Northeast Pennsylvania - will apply concepts developed in archaeologist Michael Roller’s book on a nineteenth century labor massacre and the subsequent post-Industrial history of the coal mining region, to their own personal and family histories (texts available here). Making use of Walter Benjamin’s notion of the Destructive Character and the psychoanalytic phenomenon of repetition compulsion or the death drive, they will open a group reflection on both the dialectical connections between the resolution of individual and communal trauma and how remembering and working through the lost traumas of dark histories can be the only hope of preventing those previous dystopias from repeating in a new form.

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RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC - Closing: Panel/Community Discussion
Oct
30
7:00 PM19:00

RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC - Closing: Panel/Community Discussion

RETRO [per] SPECTIVE will close the exhibit with a panel and community discussion about the risks involved in establishing an artist-run space, and will share detailed, practical insights into keeping it afloat. All speakers present currently offer artists either space to work, or to share their work: B. Stanley and Eames Armstrong (DCAC); Mike O'Brien (Hole in the Sky); Steve Korn (Rhizome); Julianne Brienza (Capitol Fringe); Maggie Gilmore and Ray Barker (DCPL). Please come, please speak.

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Concert: Throwaway, BLK TAG w/ Beau Finley/Guillermo Pizarro, Jassie Rios, Lazuli
Nov
2
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Throwaway, BLK TAG w/ Beau Finley/Guillermo Pizarro, Jassie Rios, Lazuli

Friday November 2 * 8pm * $10

Sonic Circuits + Rhizome DC present:

LAZULI
New textural noise/drone project from Sam Chintha and Emily Haugh

JASSIE RIOS
Sound artist working at the intersection of computer music and drawing; her visual and sonic works explore the relationships between light, time, space, sound, gesture, and language found in the everyday.

BLK TAG
w/ special guests
BEAU FINLEY
GUILLERMO PIZARRO
An ominous, brooding, industrial soundtrack to something unthinkable (Underground of Happiness, Ireland)

THROWAWAY (Detroit)
Haunted by a mysterious woman with a brown paper bag for a head, acclaimed avant-garde guitarist Kirsten Carey created Throwaway, an art rock / no wave project that acrobatically leaps around virtuosic riffs and unexpected rhythms.

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Marian McLaughlin's DC Release Show with Christian Perez
Nov
4
7:00 PM19:00

Marian McLaughlin's DC Release Show with Christian Perez

Sunday November 4th Doors 7PM/Music 730PM $10

I've been working on an extensive album for over a year and it's coming out this fall. It's time to celebrate! Join me for an evening of intimate and innovative music at Rhizome. I'll be sharing my music in a new context with some of my favorite collaborators, Ethan Foote (bass), Jarrett Gilgore (sax), Ian McColm (drums).

❂Cristian Perez
Argentine guitarist/composer Cristian Perez weaves together genres from throughout the world to reveal the universality of music. With a strong foundation in classical, jazz and South American music, he crafts a singular voice, rich in sensitivity and nuance, that freely explores the possibilities of music as an art form. 
http://www.cristianperezguitar.com/❂

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Concert: Nathan Bowles Trio, Jax Deluca
Nov
6
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Nathan Bowles Trio, Jax Deluca

Nathan Bowles Trio - Nathan Bowles (banjo), Casey Toll (double bass) and Rex McMurry (CAVE) on drums

Nathan Bowles is a multi-instrumental musician and teacher living in the Durham, North Carolina. His work, both as an accomplished solo artist and as a sought-after ensemble player, explores the rugged country between the poles of Appalachian old-time traditions and ecstatic, minimalist drone. Although his recent solo recordings prominently feature his virtuosic banjo, Bowles is also widely recognized as a masterful and versatile drummer, and he considers himself first and foremost a percussionist, with banjo as a natural extension of his percussive practice. 

On his playfully subversive fourth solo album Plainly Mistaken, Bowles extends his acclaimed banjo and percussion practice into the full-band realm for the first time, showcasing both delicate solo meditations and smoldering, swinging ensemble explorations featuring Casey Toll (Jake Xerxes Fussell, Mt. Moriah) on double bass and Rex McMurry (CAVE) on drums. Straddling Appalachian string band music and avant-garde composition but beholden to neither idiom, Nathan proves himself heir to deconstructivist tradition-bearers like Henry Flynt and Jack Rose.

Jax Deluca - Audio-visual performance with voice, signal processing, and other tinkerings. One half of horror drone duo, Flat3ather$.

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5-week Series: The Dream Journal--A User’s Guide
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

5-week Series: The Dream Journal--A User’s Guide

Thursdays 7-930pm Nov. 8, 15, 29, Dec. 6, 13 (skip Thanksgiving week) * $75 * REGISTER

Dreams show us what we haven’t been able to express in words or images in waking life. Attending to dreams opens us to intuition, our own unrecognized thoughts and feelings, and the symbolic mode of thought. But each morning most of us forget the riveting scenes we’ve encountered in the night. In losing our dreams, we lose touch with the deepest sources of creativity, and the “royal road,” as Freud said, to the understanding of our own motivations and choices in life.

This workshop can guide you on the first steps on that road. Even if you never remember your dreams, you can easily master a few simple tricks to catch them before they fly away, and establish a practice for keeping a dream journal, exploring your dreams, and drawing upon them to bring the inner life to creative expression. Participants will share dreams, using a gentle, non-intrusive method for unlocking the metaphors that structure dreams. Along with contemporary theories and ancient cultural traditions, we will study dreams empirically and experientially, trying out techniques for deepening insights, drawing on modern psychology, ancient and diverse cultural traditions, and practical exercises for artists.

Consistent attendance will create a secure space for dream-sharing and help establish your dream-journal practice.

Bernard Welt has taught dream studies courses at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at George Washington University and at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He is the co-author, with Phil King and Kelly Bulkeley, of Dreaming in the Classroom: Practices, Methods, and Resources in Dream Education (State University Press of New York), the first major academic study of the use of dreams in education. A former member of the board of directors of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, he is a widely-recognized authority on dreaming and its relation to cinema. He is also the author of Mythomania: Fantasies, Fables, and Sheer Lies in Contemporary American Popular Art, and of poetry in many journals and anthologies, including The Best American Poetry.

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Concert: Jess Sah Bi & Peter One, Greg Jamie, Twin Jude
Nov
9
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Jess Sah Bi & Peter One, Greg Jamie, Twin Jude

Friday November 9 * 8pm * $15 suggested * ADVANCE TICKETS

In the 1980s, Abidjan’s JESS SAH BI & PETER ONE became one of the most popular musical acts in not just the Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire), but broader West Africa, eventually performing with a full band to stadium-sized audiences at home and throughout Benin, Burkina Faso and Togo. Although they’d been popular radio and television performers for several years prior, the catalyst for Jess and Peter achieving this new level of stardom was their debut album, Our Garden Needs Its Flowers, recorded and released in 1985.

In contrast with the heaving funk, disco and reggae sounds of the day, Our Garden Needs Its Flowers was a lush fusion of traditional Ivorian village songs and American and English country and folk-rock music. Jess and Peter sang in French, English and Gouro, delivering beautifully harmonized meditations on social injustice and inequality, calls for unity across the African continent, an end to apartheid in South Africa and the odd song for the ladies, all set against lush guitar riffs, rustic harmonica and rollicking feel-good rhythms. Now, in celebration of the re-release of their monumental debut by Awesome Tapes From Africa, Jess Sah Bi and Peter One reunite for a series of shows across the U.S., which began in August with well-attended shows in LA and San Francisco.

Maine-based singer, songwriter and guitarist GREG JAMIE combines the textural with the tuneful on his new album, Crazy Time. There are echoes of the dark, eerie qualities of Jamie’s previous work (with his bands O’Death and Blood Warrior), but his solo work inhabits a sonic space all its own. Traditional folk melodies contrast cold, synthetic textures, generating an unsettling tension between intimacy and mystery. The atmosphere evokes both the weight of cold, New England winters and the ethereality of a sci-fi dreamscape. Lyrical themes confront notions of disappointment, inevitability, mental illness and adventure. Elements of the uncanny and playful are embraced in order to avoid predictable patterns and dismantle preconceptions of loner-folk. In his first official solo effort, Greg Jamie has crafted a singular work of disorienting beauty.

TWIN JUDE is an experimental, interdisciplinary artist continually moving throughout the portal that is known as the DMV. Her most recent works entitled, “MĒM”, translates from ancient texts as water, the womb, and complete power. This ethereal project is an ode to identity, self-exploration and healing by connecting to one’s ancestral lineage.

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Death Cafe
Nov
12
6:30 PM18:30

Death Cafe

Monday November 12th, 6:30-8:30pm. Free (small donation for the space encouraged)

At a death cafe, people gather to eat cake, drink tea, and have a group discussion about death. The aim is to “increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives.” What's on your mind about death and dying?

Coffee and desserts will be provided! This is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counseling session.

Discussion hosted by Sarah, founder of Death Positive DC and local end-of-life doula.

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Afternoon Concert: Not Bored / Jack on Fire / Literals Sound Trio
Nov
17
2:00 PM14:00

Afternoon Concert: Not Bored / Jack on Fire / Literals Sound Trio

Saturday Nov. 17 * 2pm * $10

Moments of musical merriment and artful sounds for change hungry denizens! Featuring local DC DIY and punk bands:

NOT BORED (Sparked from the heart of Washington, DC, an explosive new protest punk band. #therevolutionstartswithyou )

JACK ON FIRE (Obnoxious electropunk)

LITERALS SOUND TRIO (Ritualistic drone. Otherworldly doom. Sounds and chants from The Other, special collaborative improv set with NAOKO WOWSUGI.)

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The 24 Hour Show
Nov
24
to Nov 25

The 24 Hour Show

From 1PM to 1PM Nov 24-25 Myelin Nation and Rhizome invite you to join us for an open, collective performance.

Feel free to bring musical instruments or objects, art supplies, poems, cognitive destabilization techniques, lectures, dance, puppets, dance-puppets, "Dance, Puppets!", yourself, etc. Perhaps multiple simultaneous performances occurring at once, unified by the unified space of the space.

Improvised 24 hour musical performance by Myelin Nation & anyone who wants to join. If we play one tone per hour we can make it halfway through Harry Partch's octave!

To start things on, at 1PM on Saturday Sam Cooper will be leading anyone interested through a meditation.

Intervals of visual art by Dan Conrad.

The hope of this event is to provide an extended temporal space for creative activities, spontaneity, meaninglessness, self-creation, sleep-deprivation in order to allow for new experiences and reconceptualizations of time, sound, and being/nonbeing outside of the bounds provided by the culture's normative time allotments. Feel free to participate, to listen, to watch, to sleep, to leave, to come back.

$10 suggested donation to reimburse space and performers

-Myelin Nation is a free improv ensemble from Baltimore, MD consisting of (in alphabetical order by last name): Sarah Hughes, Aaron Mertes, Dan Ostrow, Maria Shesiuk, & Corey Thuro.

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Folio Poetry Reading
Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Folio Poetry Reading

Sunday October 21 * 7-930pm * $10

As part of "RETRO(per)SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in Washington DC," Rhizome will celebrate Folio poets at a group reading Sunday, October 21. Tina Darragh, Lynn Dreyer, P. Inman, Chris Mason, E. Ethelbert Miller, Phyllis Rosenzweig, Bernard Welt, and Diane Ward were among the original group of experimental DC poets in the 1970s who were involved with the reading series organized by Doug Lang at Folio Books in Dupont Circle, providing an alternative to conventional and academic poetry.

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RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC - DC Space + DCAC edition
Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC - DC Space + DCAC edition

Friday October 19 * 7pm * $10

“RETRO [per] SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in Washington DC” is a month-long collaborative program between Rhizome and the DC Public Library Special Collections, featuring live performances every Friday night through the month of October, representing select artist venues: The Museum of Temporary Art (MOTA), d.c. space, Union Arts, and the DC Arts Center. The exhibition includes materials on loan from the personal archives of venue founders; from DCPL Special Collections; the Archives of American Art; and excerpts from historical audio and video recordings from the past.

Tonight we feature the legendary 1980s venue DC Space, as well as DCAC.

Representing DC Space, Transparent Productions co-presents a tribute to saxophonist Jimmy Lyons in a program entitled “Always Ballada,” led by drummer Nasar Abadey, and featuring saxophonist Sarah Hughes. Jimmy Lyons performed one his final concerts at DC Space in 1986, the year of his passing, with the late Sun Ra bassist Hayes Burnett and drummer Nasar Abadey.

And, DCAC presents: "Los 30: Thirty Years of Salvadoran/Latino Migration to Washington, DC"—Los 30 (thirty years) focuses on the arrival of Salvadorians in Washington D.C. over the last 30 years. The monologue fuses poetry and text written by Quique Aviles and video images of black and white pictures of the 1991 Mt Pleasant riots taken by photographer Rick Reinhard accompanied by a sound scape created by Hugo Najera (DJ MEZKLA) and live percussion by Aviles.

We’ll start the night listening to an archival recording of SUN RA performing at DC Space.

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Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 5
Oct
16
7:00 PM19:00

Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 5

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 23 2018, 7-8pm

Join us for a six-week series devoted to the practice of Deep Listening, as coined/taught/enacted by the late composer Pauline Oliveros. For one hour, once a week, we will focus on sound. Listening first, with an eye (ear) toward healing, toward a collective experience more than the sum of its parts. There will be vocal and percussive sound production involved at different points. The space will be available for conversation/debriefing/relaxing afterwards. All ages welcome. No prior meditation or musical experience necessary.

Pre-registration appreciated: here. Tickets are pay-what-you-like. Suggested donation: $5-10 per week for use of the space, meaning $30-60 total.

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Women Uncorked
Oct
15
7:00 PM19:00

Women Uncorked

Monday October 15 * 7pm * $15 * REGISTER

Everyone knows that better communication leads to better sex -- but HOW do you communicate? Talking about sex with a partner can be a field of landmines. Let's talk about what gets in the way. What do you wish your partner knew?

Come enjoy a supportive group of womyn in a no-judgement zone -- and no one saying "that's TMI!" Women Uncorked is a gathering for womyn only, talking about sex - the science, the social, the politics, the personal. It's a safe place to break free of cultural taboos on talking honestly and personally about sexual topics. We talk about about desire, love and relationships, our bodies and our sexuality. We talk intimately about living and loving as womyn today. We share wisdom with understanding and acceptance, and wine.

We are a diverse group of people who identify as womyn, with different orientations and relationship styles, different ages and life experiences, sharing perspectives and experience about the most intimate of topics. You can just sit and listen, and only talk if you feel comfortable. There will be an opportunity to write anonymous questions on index cards for group discussion, if you have something you want talked about but don't feel comfortable bringing it up.

Complementary wine. Feel free to bring your favorite beverage, or a snack to share.

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Concert: TONED, Carson Cox, Brandon Moses
Oct
14
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: TONED, Carson Cox, Brandon Moses

TONED is the electroacoustic music ensemble of Nathan Corder (electronics), Tom Weeks (alto saxophone), and Leo Suarez (drum set). TONED engages with extremes, operating in the realms of deeply listened sensitivity, muscular sonic assaults, and impenetrable modernist abstractions.

Split between the Bay Area and Philadelphia, the three members of TONED have collectively worked with luminaries including Roscoe Mitchell, William Winant, Jaap Blonk, and Jack Wright, as well as groups such as JITTERS, Taiwan Housing Project, Nude Tayne and Merchandise.

CARSON COX (Merchandise) https://videoblu.bandcamp.com/

BRANDON MOSES (Laughing Man)

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Concert: Heavy Breathing, Quattracenta, Kamyar Arsani
Oct
13
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Heavy Breathing, Quattracenta, Kamyar Arsani

Saturday october 13th 8PM $10

Heavy Breathing, from Washington DC, have essentially been around for fifteen years. The core trio: Erick handling the axes, from bass to gits; Jeff, the drummer, who has now moved center stage; and Amanda, playing synths and organs made 6 records as the Apes, with three different vocalists; they then solved their singer problems by changing their name to Heavy Breathing and using found sounds from the World Wide Web in lieu of the old, clichèd human singer.  

Quattracenta's sound is dark and atmospheric. Dispirited emotion combines with melody and power to create haunting songs that are eerie, surreal and smart. 

Kamyar Arsani is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter born and raised in Tehran, Iran. At young age, Kamyar began daf (Persian frame drum) lessons with Master Bijan Kamkar. Kamyar also spent time playing meditative rhythms for hours at a time for Sufis. Kamyar has spent over 20 years performing and researching the daf and its roots.

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Workshop: Sound Sampling
Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

Workshop: Sound Sampling

Saturday Oct. 13 * 3pm * $10 suggested donation * REGISTER

Do you hear samples in your favorite hip hop or pop songs? Can you identify the artists behind these samples? Sonia Maria leads a workshop that goes into the rabbit hole that is the wonder world of sampling music in today's hits.

Sound Sampling is a workshop in both culture and audio editing. It is a space to share our favorite kinds of music that have utilized sampling from other works and discuss any cultural significance in the time or place of that sample. Begin to see the history of music through the lens of sampling. The Hip Hop movement as well as more modern sampling used in EDM music and other genres. See how music producers work with samples digitally and manipulate music hands on. This is welcome to all ages.

Sonia Maria is an audio engineer, podcast producer, music producer, and violinist in Washington DC. She is also a member of Women in Music, Inc. and the Women's Audio Mission. She works to propagate a female presence in the music and audio industry. She has worked for Vox Media, Voice of America, and Bloomberg.

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Concert: Ross Hammond, Tyrone Page Jr/James Young
Oct
11
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Ross Hammond, Tyrone Page Jr/James Young

Ross Hammond (Sacramento, CA) has played on large stages and in small corners throughout the United States and beyond. His sound is equal parts jazz, folk, blues, spirituals and world music. Ross has collaborated/gigged/recorded with: Kevin Seconds, Oliver Lake, Pheeroan AkLaff, Vinny Golia, Vladimir Tarasov, Tetuzi Akiyama, Nicole Mitchell, Lizz Wright, Dwight Trible, Calvin Weston, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Alex Cine, Suzuki Junzo, Amy Reed, Nels Cline, Jeff Parker, Max Johnson, Steve Adams, Ken Filiano, Mike Pride, and more.

"A rising star on the West Coast jazz and improvised music scene..." -Chris Barton, LA Times

Tyrone Page Jr. and James Young present True Fluorescent Skeleton, an exploration of memory, machinery, rust, ghosts, cybernetics, and neon while pushing into the utter sonic horizon of the tenor saxophone. James Young (composer) and Tyrone Page, Jr. (sax), got to know each other through musical projects in and around the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, MD. The idea for TFS was sparked through an encounter with Jasper Johns’s Regrets (2012), a room-sized art work of false starts and dead ends: paintings, drawings, and prints intermingle with the tools that made them and sketches that preceded them - all pointing to the same subject. This skeleton is similarly arranged. Each track orbits the same single, musical theme, converging narratively and harmonically onto a single melody. Each track is a possibility for development, an abandoned waypoint from a spectral core. Ty is pushed to the extremes of his technique, building grooves of pulsed multi-phonics, marking the limits of breath and endurance, and channeling intense, patient focus into expanding the acoustic universe of the saxophone.

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Concert: AKKU Quintet, Accordo dei Contrari
Oct
10
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: AKKU Quintet, Accordo dei Contrari

Wednesday October 10 * 8pm * $10

AKKU Quintet are a Swiss band based in Berne, from where they dispense a minimalistic jazz groove to great effect. Between the mesmeric ostinato, subtly shifting grooves, resonant overtones, tingling harmonics and languorous, yearning melodies, AKKU Quintet hover somewhere between smouldering, jazz-infused intimacy, expansive post-rock vistas and an insistent minimalist intensity. 

Following their acclaimed 2015 album, Molecules, AKKU Quintet have released their third record, Aeon. Intense, brooding and powerful, it contains a sequence of darkly beautiful compositions. The band avoids any obvious soloing. Instead they move through their tunes in a highly disciplined, tight formation which fans of SONAR and the work of zen-funk pioneer, Zurich-based pianist, Nik Bärtsch, will recognise and respect.

Accordo dei Contrari is an electric instrumental quartet from Italy (alto & baritone sax; electric guitar; keyboards; drums). They released four albums (Kinesis, 2007; Kublai, 2011; AdC, 2014; Violato Intatto, 2017), their last effort being considered by many as their pinnacle so far. "To call Accordo dei Contrari a jazz-fusion band would be doing them a bit of a disservice, as they travel much further than that by incorporating everything from Rock-in-Opposition/Avant textures, ambient interludes, brief cinematic Post-Rock flirtations and a touch of Canterbury-styled jazzy waftings." (Aussie-Byrd-Brother, Progarchives).

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Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 4
Oct
9
7:00 PM19:00

Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 4

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 23 2018, 7-8pm

Join us for a six-week series devoted to the practice of Deep Listening, as coined/taught/enacted by the late composer Pauline Oliveros. For one hour, once a week, we will focus on sound. Listening first, with an eye (ear) toward healing, toward a collective experience more than the sum of its parts. There will be vocal and percussive sound production involved at different points. The space will be available for conversation/debriefing/relaxing afterwards. All ages welcome. No prior meditation or musical experience necessary.

Pre-registration appreciated: here. Tickets are pay-what-you-like. Suggested donation: $5-10 per week for use of the space, meaning $30-60 total.

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Concert: Charalambides, Weed Tree, Zizia
Oct
8
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Charalambides, Weed Tree, Zizia

Charalambides founders Tom & Christina Carter dedicate themselves to a vision of iconoclastic music as transformative force. Touching on the outer limits of acid folk, psych rock, and improvisation, their sound remains uniquely personal & consistent. Formed in Houston in 1991, Charalambides has produced dozens of releases on labels like Siltbreeze, Time-Lag, Kranky, & their own imprint, Wholly Other. The duo perform at Rhizome in support of their forthcoming release, Proper, coming out with Drawing Room Records.

Weed Tree (DC >> Amanda Huron and Layne Garrett ) plays improvised music on drums, prepared guitar and homemade instruments.

Zizia (Philly) is Amber Wolfe and Jarrod Fowler. Environmental recordings, natural objects, and musical instruments.

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Concert: Bill Cole / Joseph Daley Duo
Oct
7
4:00 PM16:00

Concert: Bill Cole / Joseph Daley Duo

Sunday, October 7 * 4PM * $15 advance / $20 at the door

Transparent Productions presents:
Bill Cole – Asian double reed horns, flutes, didgeridoo
Joseph Daley – Euphonium, tuba, balaphone, flutes

Bassist William Parker calls BILL COLE “master of the double reed”. The term ‘double reed’ comes from playing two pieces of cane vibrating against each other. Cole’s expertise is with the nagaswarm, sona, and shenai. The South Indian nagaswarm, and the North Indian shenai, are the world’s loudest non-brass acoustic wind instruments. The sona is of Han Chinese origin. Cole is the founder of The Untempered Ensemble.

JOESEPH DALEY, a long-time co-member of Cole’s Untempered Ensemble and 40-year member on the creative music scene, has worked with artists like Sam Rivers, Carla Bley, and Charlie Haden, as well as other major artists like Muhal Richard Abrams, Jason Hwang and Dave Douglas. An original member of Howard Johnson’s groundbreaking tuba ensemble, Daley’s Earth Tones Ensemble is a full Jazz orchestra. Daley also leads his Ebony Brass Quintet. Daley also plays euphonium & valve trombone.

“If the music I compose provides one with a sense of beauty, inner peace and introspection then I am pleased” (Joe Daley)

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Concert: Katrina Stonehart, Spookfish, Dura
Oct
6
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Katrina Stonehart, Spookfish, Dura

Saturday October 6 * 8pm * $10 suggested donation for touring acts

~~ Katrina Stonehart ~~
Dream choir deconstructions
https://open.spotify.com/artist/6vJ64qkVbr3lo57u8H0OLd
https://www.facebook.com/katrinastonehart/

~~ The Spookfish ~~
Feeling yourself re-integrate
https://sites.google.com/site/spookmain/
https://www.facebook.com/The-Spookfish-200634209960943/

~~ Dura ~~
Slow waves conjuring sleep spindles
https://scissortail.bandcamp.com/album/repetition-suppression
https://www.facebook.com/DuraWaves/

~Get weird and mellow out~

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Workshop with Georgia Webber: Living Voice, Listening Silence
Oct
6
5:00 PM17:00

Workshop with Georgia Webber: Living Voice, Listening Silence

Saturday October 6 * 5pm * $10-20 suggested donation * REGISTER

Living Voice, Listening Silence: A workshop by Georgia Webber

You have a voice. What does that mean to you? What is it connected to? Where is it in your body? What does your voice do in the world? What would you do without it?

Comics artist Georgia Webber had never asked herself these questions before her severe vocal injury forced her to answer them. Now, six years into her rehabilitation, she wants to share her explorations with you.

Part workshop, part performance, Georgia will present you with an opportunity to feel your own voice in new ways, and engage in listening deeply to others’.

This workshop is offered on a donation/Pay-What-You-Can basis. If you would like to support Georgia’s work further, she will have copies of her brand new book available to purchase at the event. Pre-registration is appreciated.

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Opening/Call for Art: RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC
Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

Opening/Call for Art: RETRO[per]SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in DC

Friday October 5 * 7pm

“RETRO [per] SPECTIVE: Artist-Run Spaces in Washington DC” is a month-long collaborative program between Rhizome and the DC Public Library Special Collections, featuring live performances every Friday night through the month of October, representing select artist venues: The Museum of Temporary Art (MOTA), d.c. space, Union Arts, and the DC Arts Center. The exhibition includes materials on loan from the personal archives of venue founders; from DCPL Special Collections; the Archives of American Art; and excerpts from historical audio and video recordings from the past.

Opening night is the Museum of Temporary Art Night, with an interpretation of former director of the Corcoran and of the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Walter Hopps’ original MOTA event held December 7, 1978, titled “36 Hours,” where Hopps opened the doors of MOTA [originally located at 1206 G Street NW] for an anticipated 36 hours, for all artists everywhere to bring their artwork for hanging. Our selected curator will hang the works, to directly quote Hopps, "as thickly as possible, floor to ceiling, wall to wall” on the bottom floor of Rhizome. All artists are encouraged to bring their work; art is hung first come, first served until the space is filled. (We won't be there for 36 hours. One night only! And then the show will be up all month.......)

WEEKEND GALLERY HOURS: Saturday and Sunday 1-6pm plus during evening events

Stay tuned for more updates as Friday evening live performances--in celebration of the selected venues--and related activities are confirmed throughout the month.

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Concert: Shane Parish, Anthony Pirog/Jarrett Gilgore, Ambience for the Eye
Oct
4
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Shane Parish, Anthony Pirog/Jarrett Gilgore, Ambience for the Eye

Thursday October 4 * 8pm * $10 suggested

"A long time resident of the Appalachian town of Asheville, North Carolina, SHANE PARISH is the mastermind behind the cutting edge rock band Ahleuchatistas. Here he steps out with a remarkable and soulful acoustic solo project that digs deep into Appalachian roots. Taking classic old timey folk songs, Shane has abstracted them in utterly fascinating ways evoking the haunting and brooding world of the American South. At times reminiscent of John Fahey and Robbie Basho, at times of John Cage and Morton Feldman, Shane uses these beautiful songs as launching pads for his creative flights of fancy, at times boiling them down to their very essence. A spiritual project that will keep you riveted from first note to last." - John Zorn  

ANTHONY PIROG is making his mark on the guitar playing universe, one sonically enthralling, diversely influenced project after another. From his work on Janel and Anthony's “Where is Home," described in Guitar Player Magazine as “approachable experimentalism," to what AllMusic described as “pristinely executed rock guitar solos" with Skysaw, Anthony displays a “crystalline tone that’s immediately recognizable as his own" in his ever-evolving conception of how a guitar can sound. Anthony has played with musicians across a wide spectrum of styles and genres. He has performed with renowned avant jazzers such as Henry Kaiser, Elliot Sharp, Michael Formanek, Ches Smith, Mary Halvorson, William Hooker, William Parker, Eyvind Kang, Skuli Sverrisson, Allison Miller, Jon Irabagon, Doug Weiselman, Susan Alcorn, Dave Ballou, Andrew Bishop, Balázs Pándi, Gino Robair, Tatsuya Nakatani, James Brandon Lewis, Jessika Kenney and played in myriad jazz, electronic and improvisational groups up and down the East Coast. Seemingly able to master any convention he chooses to adopt and more than capable of developing and adapting his own, Anthony Pirog challenges our preconceived notions about genre and guitar sound. JARRETT GILGORE (b. 1992) is a multi-instrumentalist, improviser, composer, and educator currently residing in Baltimore, Maryland. He primarily plays saxophone. He performs actively in the U.S.A. and internationally in a wide variety of contexts. New projects in 2017 include duos with Anthony Pirog, Anna RG, and Baltimore poet, Anna K Crooks, and a new trio with Zach Rowden and Ian McColm.  He is a member of Heart of the Ghost with Luke Stewart and Ian McColm, Triage, Anthony Pirog's Body Puzzle, Xenga. Baltimore Afrobeat Society, Chris Pumphrey Sextet, Jaimie Branch's Bombshelter. He has performed/recorded with many amazing musicians including Jaimie Branch,Tony Malaby, Tashi Dorji, Lonnie Holley, Susan Alcorn, Michael Formanek, and bands such as Anna & Elizabeth, Dan Deacon, Cass McCombs Band, and Rubblebucket.

AMBIENCE FOR THE EYE - visual improvisations by Monica Stroik accompanied by Doug Kallmeyer on tenor bass

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Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 3
Oct
2
7:00 PM19:00

Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 3

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 23 2018, 7-8pm

Join us for a six-week series devoted to the practice of Deep Listening, as coined/taught/enacted by the late composer Pauline Oliveros. For one hour, once a week, we will focus on sound. Listening first, with an eye (ear) toward healing, toward a collective experience more than the sum of its parts. There will be vocal and percussive sound production involved at different points. The space will be available for conversation/debriefing/relaxing afterwards. All ages welcome. No prior meditation or musical experience necessary.

Pre-registration appreciated: here. Tickets are pay-what-you-like. Suggested donation: $5-10 per week for use of the space, meaning $30-60 total.

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Fortnights: Dystopia and Possible Avenues of Hope in the Area of Social Justice
Oct
1
7:30 PM19:30

Fortnights: Dystopia and Possible Avenues of Hope in the Area of Social Justice

FORTNIGHTS - Rhizome's communal learning series is untaught and unled. Our discussion/action groups are an opportunity for people to learn about a topic by reading, discussing, and then experimenting with the ideas that grow out of our discussions.

DYSTOPIA AND POSSIBLE AVENUES OF HOPE IN THE AREA OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

During the 2016-17 season Rhizome DC’s Fortnights held a reading and discussion group on Gilles Deleuze/Felix Guatari and Guy Debord’s Situationist International. The 2018/19 sessions will employ an even more participatory format, which will encourage everyone to present an author or reading of her/his choice in the area of social justice. The first meetings will be organized by Michael P. Roller and Jim Ryan. Following these two evenings we will open the readings to participants. Readings will be made available here: https://rhizomefortnightsdc.wordpress.com/

OCTOBER 1, 7:30 to 9:30pm. Mike Roller will introduce the first chapter of his upcoming book: An Archaeology of Structural Violence: Life in a Twentieth Century Coal Town The book draws on material evidence from archaeology and ethnography conducted in a coal-mining town in Northeast Pennsylvania. This material evidence is placed in the dynamic context of the political economy of the United States over the course of the twentieth century. This community’s story illustrates the great ironies of this era, showing how modernist progress and plenty were inseparable from the destructive cycles of capitalism.

OCTOBER 29, 7:30 to 9:30pm. Jim Ryan, musician, poet and concerned citizen, will present short audio works by William S. Burroughs and the Czech poet Vladimir Holan to inspire a spirited discussion of the relationship between art and social justice.

Further organization and business will take place at the first meeting. A subsequent meeting is scheduled for November 19th. A list of suggested texts and authors for discussion will be provided for those who wish to avail themselves, but participants are also free to choose authors/texts of their own preference in the realm of dystopia and social justice.

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Artist Talk with Tyshawn Sorey
Sep
27
7:00 PM19:00

Artist Talk with Tyshawn Sorey

Thursday September 27th 7PM

Presented by University of MD and The Clarice: Artist Partner Program

Join MacArthur Fellow Tyshawn Sorey for a conversation with UMD faculty member Will Robin as they explore the role of improvisation in contemporary classical music and talk about how to create a "conduction" or conducted improvisation.


Free, no tickets required.

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Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 2
Sep
25
7:00 PM19:00

Six Week Series: Experiments in Sound Meditation - Part 2

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 23 2018, 7-8pm

Join us for a six-week series devoted to the practice of Deep Listening, as coined/taught/enacted by the late composer Pauline Oliveros. For one hour, once a week, we will focus on sound. Listening first, with an eye (ear) toward healing, toward a collective experience more than the sum of its parts. There will be vocal and percussive sound production involved at different points. The space will be available for conversation/debriefing/relaxing afterwards. All ages welcome. No prior meditation or musical experience necessary.

Pre-registration appreciated: here. Tickets are pay-what-you-like. Suggested donation: $5-10 per week for use of the space, meaning $30-60 total.

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Concert: Karuna (Hamid Drake/Ralph Jones/Adam Rudolph)
Sep
23
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Karuna (Hamid Drake/Ralph Jones/Adam Rudolph)

Sunday September 23 - 8pm - $20

TRANSPARENT PRODUCTIONS presents:
Hamid Drake drumset, udu drums, gourd drum, percussion
Ralph M. Jones soprano and tenor saxophones, hulusli, ney, bamboo flutes, sipsi, c and alto flutes, bass clarinet, spoken word
Adam Rudolph handrumset (kongos, djembe, tarija), electronic keyboards and samples, cajon, udu drums, thumb pianos, marimbula, sintir, mouth bow, selya overtone flute, gongs, dusun’goni, percussion

With Karuna, Drake, Jones and Rudolph bring their unique and evolved rhythm and sonic languages to the fore, reaching to inspire any audience though spirited dialogue. The name Karuna reflects their ongoing research into the connection of the inner life to musical expression and speaks to the idea of creative action as a gesture of compassion.

ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE

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Concert: Joel Harrison and Free Country
Sep
22
8:00 PM20:00

Concert: Joel Harrison and Free Country

 Saturday  Sept 22:     8pm       $20      $10 student — no advance tickets — pay cash at the door
2 sets

Brooklyn-based guitarist Joel Harrison releases Angel Band, the third cd in a series where Country and Appalachian music is recast in a modern jazz context. Joel Harrison: guitars, voice Anthony Pirog: guitar Jerome Harris: bass Jeremy Clemons: drums

In 2003 and 2004 Harrison recorded Free Country and So Long Second Street on the ACT label. These recordings, which featured Norah Jones, David Binney and others, seemed to defy any effort at categorization, marking Harrison as one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music.They were widely honored and many listeners wondered if Harrison would ever play this music again. He now revisits this concept with Angel Band, enormously diverse and imaginative arrangements of timeless tunes by Bill Monroe, Bob Wills, Olabelle Reed, Johnny Cash, and more. Each song bears a unique imprint, wherein Country, African rhythms, R&B, avant garde, rock and psychedelia all beautifully conjoin. The band is a "who's who" of the modern jazz scene, some of whom played on the previous cds including David Binney, Stephan Crump, Brian Blade, Darol Anger, Alecia Chakour, and Uri Caine. Joel Harrison has been called "protean and brilliant" by the New York Times, and the London Times called the first Free Country cd "as original a vision as you are likely to encounter all year." Harrison will strip down to a quartet for these shows. Featured performers are the great bassist Jerome Harris, who has performed and recorded with Sonny Rollins, Jack DeJohnette, and Bill Frisell, and Wash. D.C. based Anthony Pirog, who is a powerful, innovative new voice for his generation and a bandmate of Harrison's in the three Telecaster group "The Spellcasters." The two guitarists, who share an array of influences, frequently seem to be reading each other's minds! And finally the phenomenally grooving Jeremy Clemons, who played on Harrison's Mother Stump (Cuneiform).

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