[Local events] Reminder: Sun. 4/29, Cloud Shepherd (plus house concert)

David Abel passages at rdrop.com
Mon Apr 23 17:11:46 PDT 2012


*> > >  a rare opportunity to hear a reading and concert by < < <*

*/Cloud Shepherd:/ Andrew Joron, Joseph Noble, Brian Lucas, & Mark Pino*
http://cloud-shepherd.bandcamp.com

Sunday, April 29
*7:00 pm */(please note early start time!)/*
*
/(also see details below for a house concert on Saturday night)/

*The Waypost
*3120 N. Williams Ave.  503-367-3182 http://thewaypost.com

$5.00 suggested donation
www.flim.com/spareroom


*/Cloud Shepherd house concert
/*/(with Inez Lightfoot; Sagas; Eureka; CS second on bill)
/*/Saturday, April 28, 7:00 pm
/*/210 SE Gilham, Portland
/
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*Upcoming readings*
May 26  Dan Thomas-Glass & Phoebe Wayne
July 1     Brandon Brown, Alli Warren, Zosia Wiatr
July 8     Judith Goldman & tba
July 29   Jared Stanley & Chris Piuma
Aug 12   Chris Pusatieri, Michelle Naka Pierce, Stephen Vincent
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A reading by Bay Area poets *Andrew Joron*, *Joseph Noble*, and *Brian 
Lucas* -- followed by a concert by /*Cloud Shepherd*/, featuring Andrew 
on theremin and waterphone, Joseph on wind instruments and percussion, 
Brian on bass, tapes and electronics, joined by *Mark Pino* on "cloud 
kit" percussion.

/*Cloud Shepherd*/ was formed to explore improvised music, but in a more 
"ambient" setting reflecting their combined interests in spontaneous 
composition, drone-based music, and certain 20th Century classical and 
jazz composers. For more information about the band and their 
recordings, and to listen or download, go to 
http://cloud-shepherd.bandcamp.com.


*Bios:*
*
Andrew Joron* is author of /Trance Archive: New and Selected Poems/ from 
City Lights Books. He also recently translated the German fantasy writer 
Paul Scheerbart's /The Perpetual Motion Machine/, available from 
Wakefield Press. His work will be included in the new edition of the 
/Norton Anthology of Postmodern Poetry/, edited by Paul Hoover, and his 
essay "The Theremin in My Life" appears in issue 14 of the online 
magazine /Evening Will Come/. He lives in Berkeley, California.

Six poems from *Joseph Noble*'s series /between/ are currently included 
in the exhibit "Social Behavior Lab" at the San Francisco Exploratorium, 
and other poems will be published in forthcoming issues of /OR/ and 
/Hambone/. His book /An Ives Set/ was published by lyric& Press. Noble 
has studied and played flutes and saxophones for 35 years, performing in 
various jazz, classical, and rock ensembles in both the New York and San 
Francisco Bay areas.

*Brian Lucas* has played and/or recorded with Mirza, Caroliner, 
Kawaguchi Masami's New Rock Syndicate, Big City Orchestra, Failure Cock, 
and James Bloodbeard. His books of poetry include /Circles Matter/ 
(BlazeVox), /Tabu/ (Yen Agat), /Telepathic Bones/ (Berkeley 
Neo-Baroque), and /Light House/ (Meeting Eyes Bindery). His art work has 
been featured in SF Bay Area venues and on album covers from labels such 
as Darla, Ba Da Bing!, and Ruralfaune.

*Mark Pino* began playing drums at the age of eleven. During his high 
school years he played in basement jam bands and punk rock bands. He has 
studied trap set drumming with Dawn Richardson and Richie Goldberg, 
music theory with Herbie Lewis, and ethnomusicology with Richard Kaplan. 
Within the group */Cloud Shepherd/*, he plays the Cloud Kit, a 
percussive assemblage of his own devising.
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