Lori Goldston & Jaison Scott

Interdimensional Immersion for Torben Ulrich

Cellist Lori Goldston and drummer Jaison Scott improvise together, moving freely between ideas that spring from jazz, metal, chamber music and a long list of folk and popular idioms. They first met in 2005, playing in a band with their remarkable late friend Torben Ulrich. This concert is dedicated to his memory.

Jaison Scott has played … Read More

Clove: Durate

To have, or last, for some duration: 

Clove features a close group of players and improvisers attending to the interplay of emptiness and form. Clove draws on their flowers and roots in the punk, metal, noise and diy scenes, for syzygies of song, sound, and silence. 

From Upstate New York via Vermont, Meredith Davey (cello, voice, electronics) crafted songs and played bass … Read More

NonSeq: 05elantra + august V.M./Arabella

05elantra is a Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary visual artist, musician, designer, technologist, and curator interrogating liminal spaces in modern life. Through intricate fusions of experimental electronic music, dance, and animation they construct mirage-like glimpses of a world just beneath the surface of perception. Through their curation and development of Sound P.U.S.H they create an intentional community for emerging artists at the intersection … Read More

Radio Noise Collective – City Statics

Radio Noise Collective transforms the airwaves into a framework of sonic exploration, where participant-performers decode the universe through a symphony of radio hacking, unraveling the hidden dance of electromagnetic waves and the raw essence of noise-clouds in a captivating live performance.

Based in Nantes, France, Radio Noise Collective is a project proposed by Apo33 to perform with radio receivers and … Read More

Naeim Rahmani

Naeim Rahmani will present a selection of solo guitar pieces composed by living composers, featuring Sergio Assad, Carlos Rafael Rivera, Michael Finnisy, Atanas Ourkouzonov, Arthur Kampela and others.

Naeim Rahmani is a classical guitarist based in Seattle. Born in Iran, he immigrated to the United States as a refugee and has since made a name for himself as an accomplished … Read More

Westerlies Fest Night 1: tilt & The Westerlies

Seattle-bred, New York-based brass quartet The Westerlies return home to present their annual initiative Westerlies Fest, including NYC improvisers tilt – Isabel Crespo Pardo, Kalia Vandever, and Carmen Quill.

tilt exists in the space between improvisation and song, elastic and flowing, their music emerges from a shared love of words and experimentation. This Brooklyn-based collective brings together the voices of Isabel Crespo … Read More

Michelle Huang, solo piano

Pianist Michelle Huang presents Classical Connection through the Ages: a lens through centuries of musical soundscape, connecting composers from the past and the present, featuring works by Debussy, Natalie Williams, Brahms, Missy Mazzoli, William Bolcom, and Carter Pann. This solo piano concert will feature three pairs of piano works, connecting living composers with pieces that were influenced and inspired … Read More

Warren Realrider + Nathan Young

Warren Realrider is a Pawnee/Crow multidisciplinary sound artist based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is currently a part of the 2024-2026 cohort at the Tulsa Artist Fellowship. While studying painting at the University of Oklahoma he began an exploration of sound, materials, and site as elements of his art practice. Warren created the Tick-Suck noise performance project in 2016 and … Read More

NonSeq: Skerik solo

Seattle improvised music legend Skerik will be performing solo saxophone with a keyboard and a multiple EFX system based around harmonizers and a balanced continuous matrix routing system allowing the performer to program the effects in multiple arrays, series or parallel. It is a large system that requires careful set up and hours and days of programming. The result … Read More

Automatic Overtone Environment

David Stanford and Dave Knott have been experimenting with bristlebots/hexbugs (little vibrating motor driven toy bugs) inside cast aluminum kitchen pan lids. The result is a sustained ringing created by the perpetual circular motion of the hexbugs inside the lids, with periodic contrasting “pings” and all manner of subtle changes in overtones based on the action of each individual bug/lid … Read More