Rhizome DC presents a month-long exhibition and performance series devoted to exploring the potentialities and limitations inherent in the theme “Sound Heals All Wounds”. For tonight’s opening I’ll be participating in a performance of improvised music and dance with DC’s Creative Music Workshop Players. 7-10pm, $5 suggested. 6950 Maple St NW, in the Takoma … More creative music workshop at rhizome tonight
Tonight at Rhizome, a show in celebration of our late friend Keith Sinzinger. I’ll be playing with a reunited Liquid Friction Assemblage, a group that originally included Keith. Here’s a shot of us taken at our initial session, in summer 2010 (Keith is second from the right): Tonight at 8 PM at Rhizome, 6950 Maple … More keith sinzinger memorial show at rhizome tonight
Local artist Tommy Bobo will be turning the Rhizome house into a Lighthouse this Saturday and Sunday evenings from 6-10 PM, filling the interior with computer controlled flood lights that will simulate a giant spinning beacon from within the house. The Creative Music Workshop players will be providing sound outdoors on Saturday evening, starting at … More LightHouse at rhizome dc this saturday
A video of Layne’s and my 7 September set at Rhizome–performed during a late summer thunderstorm. With many thanks to Majid Araim for the filming & upload. PS: The audio can be streamed and downloaded here.
TRANSPARENT PRODUCTIONS http://www.transparentproductionsdc.org “Live music is it…nothing will transform you like live music and spirits!” (Henry Threadgill) 22nd season! @Rhizome, 6950 Maple Street, in Takoma DC Takoma’s Art, Learning, DIY Culture Center Friday, October 19, 2018 @8PM $10 RETRO (per) SPECTIVE Celebrating Bill Warrell’s DC Space & ‘Always Ballada’ – Celebrating Jimmy Lyons Nasar Abadey: drums … More remembering jimmy lyons & dc space
Tonight at 7:15 PM The December 1952 Project will be performed during this concluding evening of the 2018 Sonic Circuits Festival. The precis: December, 1952 saw the coincidence of two incongruous and presumably causally independent events: Earle Brown’s composition of the classic graphic score December 1952, a work within the larger set of unconventional scores … More the december 1952 project tonight at sonic circuits
David Grubbs reads from his new book Now That the Audience is Assembled. Also on the bill is improvised sound and movement with an ensemble including musicians Nate Scheible, Layne Garrett and myself, and dancers Ken Manheimer and Sarah Schaffer. Tonight at Rhizome DC, 6950 Maple St NW DC, 9-10:30 PM, $10.