[Local events] Correction: SUNDAY 4/20: Ear Courage, or the Cosmo-Drama??

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Tue Apr 8 21:41:01 PDT 2008


OUCH!

Two errors in this announcement -- profound apologies!

FIRST: both shows are SUNDAY the 20th

SECOND: due to a fire, the Cinema Soloriens show will not be in Eliot 
Chapel. The new venue on the Reed campus is still being confirmed, and 
I'll send that information as soon as I get it!

Sorry about that . . .  stay tuned . . .


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Two fantastic concerts on the same night: How to choose?

Well, certainly there's no reason to stay home that night (or rather, no
reason to go home, after the Spare Room reading in the early evening . . .)

Basic info follows; details below.

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Door No. 1:

Fear No Music, "Ear Courage"
music of Carter, Rzewski, Schiff, Tower, and others

Sunday, April 20, 8:00 pm
(preconcert talk by David Schiff at 7:00 pm)

The Old Church
1422 SW 11th Avenue
tickets at the door


Door No. 2:

Cinema Soloriens and the Cosmo-Drama,
filmmaker James Harrar and musician Marshall Allen

Sunday, April 20, 8:00 pm

Reed College -- room TBA
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd.
$5 admission at the door

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Ear Courage

Fear No Music

with special guests
Jason Hardink (piano), Molly Barth (flute), and Kevin Schempf (clarinet)

Program:

Thomas Osborne, And the waves sing because they are moving (piano)
Joan Tower, Tres Lent (Hommage a Messiaen) (cello & piano)
Salvatore Sciarrino, Morte Tamburo (flute)
Frederic Rzewski, Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues (piano)

Michael Johanson, Gravitations (clarinet)
Elliott Carter, 90+ (piano)
David Schiff, Four Seasonal Interludes (violin, cello, flute, clarinet)
Jason Eckardt, A Glimpse Retraced (violin, cello, flute, clarinet, piano)


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Cinema Soloriens and the Cosmo-Drama

A multimedia collaboration between filmmaker James Harrar and legendary
musician Marshall Allen (longtime associate of Sun Ra). The performance
consists of James and Marshall, as well as various guest musicians,
providing a musical accompaniment to James' short films, which are
"often meditations on beauty, perception, allegory, sensuality, and
visual phenomena." This time, James and Marshall will be joined by
drummer Matt Hannafin and electric bassist Adam Reese. The performance
will also include rare Sun Ra footage from the 60's and 70's. All of the
films will be making their West Coast premiere. A brief Q & A will follow.




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