April-2nd-2003, 12:44 PM
Sonic Gallery in Pasadena
I'm not quite sure where to post an announcement of a single live event, but it is a special event, so I thought I'd try here.
For those of you in Southern California. (I'm on the board of Newtown and so am one of the presenters of this event)
Sonic Gallery 3
Date: Saturday, April 5, 2003
Time: 8:00 PM (doors open 7:45)
Where: The Forum at All Saints Church, 132 N. Euclid, Pasadena (See directions below)
Tickets: $12.00 general admission, $8.00 NewTown members & students
Contact: Richard Amromin - (626)398-9278 - email@example.com
Eric Barber, Saxophones
Ellen Burr, Flutes
Alex Cline, Percussion
Vinny Golia, Woodwinds
Arthur Jarvinen, Assorted Instruments
Steuart Liebig, Bass Guitar
Tom Recchion, Electronics and Devices
Mark Trayle, Electronics
G.E. Stinson, Electric Guitar
Jack Vees, Electric Bass and Guitars
Plus live video by Nancy Hotaling
Sonic Gallery 3 showcases outstanding electronic, woodwind and acoustic improvisers for an evening of simultaneous performances. The audience, free to roam from artist to artist, will create their own personal "re-mix" through their proximity to chosen performers or choose to take in the event from comfortable seating in one the regions more interesting presenting spaces.
The Sonic Gallery ensemble was carefully chosen to include artists synthesizing individual virtuosity, unique instrumental voices and dedication to interactive music-making at the highest level. More than another "group jam", a time-based structure will create an evening-long composition allowing each artist featured time within a continuously evolving group sound.
The ensemble is divided into 4 four mini-ensembles and a solo unit: Woodwinds with Vinny Golia, Eric Barber and Ellen Burr; a duo ofG.E. Stinson and Steuart Liebig; An eclectic duo of Jack Vees and Arthur Jarvinen; an electronic duo of Tom Recchion and Mark Trayle; and Alex Cline solo percussion.
To All Saints Church
From Los Angeles: Take the Pasadena Freeway to its end at Arroyo Parkway. Take Arroyo Parkway north to Colorado. Turn right on Colorado. Go about three blocks to Euclid and turn left.
From The Valleys: Take the 210 Freeway to Lake Avenue exit. Go south on Lake to Walnut and turn right. Take Walnut to Euclid (one block past Los Robles) and turn left.
All Saints Parking is available both in the lot directly north of the church or on the street.
NewTown is supported by
grants from The California Arts Council, The County of Los Angeles Arts Commission, The National Endowment for the Arts, California Community Foundation and The Pasadena Art Alliance and NewTown's many individual donors and members.
April-4th-2003, 06:09 PM