video of Shawnee, Ohio live at the Wexner Center and Tecumseh Theater

January 8, 2017

Live performance and Q&A excerpts are from the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio (October 27, 2016), and the Tecumseh Theater, Shawnee, Ohio (October 28, 2016).

Performers:
Jeremy Woodruff, Flute and Tenor Saxophone
Katie Porter, Bass Clarinet
Anna Roberts-Gevalt, Banjo and Violin
Liz Fisher, Violin
Jocelyn Hach, Viola
Jan Van Voorhis, Cello
Aaron Michael Butler, Vibraphone
Brian Harnetty, Piano and Electronics

Sound/Video Production:
Keith Hanlon, recording engineer, live sound engineer
Kevin Davison, videographer, video editor
Scott Austin, live sound engineer, Wexner Center for the Arts

Special thanks to:
Charles Helm, Wexner Center for the Arts
John Winnenberg, Sunday Creek Associates

Source: https://vimeo.com/198400547

Shawnee, OH at the Wexner Center

14876435_10209422494512367_5213790751123504491_oTonight we play Brian Harnetty’s Shawnee, Ohio again at the Wexner Art Center in Columbus. In addition to ghosts, I’m playing with some great musicians. A deeply moving deeply American piece, so happy to be a part of it.

photo by the great banjo player, Anna Roberts-Gevalt

Performance at the ELM Sessions at the Lilypad in Boston, MA

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We are happy to announce the first concert of the Experimental Listening & Music Session, at Inman Square’s Lilypad for $10. In addition to the music, copies of Jennie Gottschalk’s new book “Experimental Music Since 1970” will be available for purchase! Join us for the following works:

G. Douglas Barrett – Everything is purged from this composition but Melody, no ideas have entered this work (x100) [2015]

D. Edward Davis – broad call [2016]

Jennie Gottschalk – Consensus [2016]

Ian Power – Buoy (after Laurence Crane) [2015/16]

Laurence Crane – Come back to the old specimen cabinet, John Vigani, John Vinagi III [2007]

Performers:
D. Edward Davis
Nomi Epstein
Jennie Gottschalk
Katie Porter
Ian Power
Colin Tucker