Music

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PROTEST HEAVEN 12/5: Berman/Labycz/Roebke + Jackson/Kimmel/Stein/Labycz

12/05/2009 - 10:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN jazz and improvised music series

BERMAN/LABYCZ/ROEBKE

Josh Berman - cornet
Brian Labycz - electronics
Jason Roebke - bass

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JACKSON/KIMMEL/STEIN/LABYCZ

Keefe Jackson - bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet
Jeff Kimmel - bass clarinet
Jason Stein - bass clarinet
Brian Labycz - electronics

10pm, donation suggested

Heaven Gallery
1550 N Milwaukee, 2nd fl
Blue Line to Damen

PROTEST HEAVEN 12/12: Arrive + Paul Giallorenzo Quintet

12/12/2009 - 10:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN jazz and improvised music series

ARRIVE

Aram Shelton - alto saxophone
Jason Adasiewicz - vibraphone
Jason Roebke - bass
Tim Daisy - drums

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PAUL GIALLORENZO QUINTET

Mars Williams - saxophones
Jeb Bishop - trombone
Paul Giallorenzo - piano
Anton Hatwich - bass
Marc Riordan - drums

10pm, donation suggested

Heaven Gallery
1550 N Milwaukee, 2nd fl
Blue Line to Damen

PROTEST HEAVEN 12/19: Ritwik Banerji Group + Charles Rumback Quartet

12/19/2009 - 10:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN jazz and improvised music series

RITWIK BANERJI GROUP

Ritwik Banerji - saxophone
Rob Frye - saxophone
Steve Ptacek - drums
Satya Gummuluri - voice

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CHARLES RUMBACK QUARTET

Jason Stein - bass clarinet
Tyler Beach - guitar
Matt Lux - bass
Charles Rumback - drums

10pm, donation suggested

Heaven Gallery
1550 N Milwaukee, 2nd fl
Blue Line to Damen

Ian Maksin cello

01/24/2009 - 5:00pm
01/24/2009 - 7:00pm

TBA

Tristan Perich, Lesley Flanigan and Joseph Grimm at Heaven Gallery

11/12/2009 - 8:00pm
11/12/2009 - 11:00pm

Tristan Perich, Lesley Flanigan and Joseph Grimm at Heaven Gallery

Thursday, November 12, 2009
8:00 PM, $10
Heaven Gallery
1550 N Milwaukee Ave (at N. Damen Ave)
Chicago, IL 60622

New York artists Tristan Perich and Lesley Flanigan team up this Fall for a series of unique electronic music performances across the United States. Perich's duet Dual Synthesis (for harpsichord and 1-bit electronics) and Flanigan's Amplifications (for voice and speaker electronics) explore the viscerality of electronic music. Mixing primitive sounds from their own hand-constructed instruments with the harpsichord and voice, each choreographs intersections between acoustic and electric sound.

Joining Perich and Flanigan at Heaven Gallery is local Chicago noise artist Joseph Grimm (aka Wind-Up Bird).

From art galleries to noise venues, Perich and Flanigan stage their physical approaches to the construction of sound. Regular staples of the New York City experimental scene, they create music that spans electroacoustic, classical and noise. In addition to their solo work, they are also known for collaborative projects with the Loud Objects (Tristan Perich, Kunal Gupta, Katie Shima) and Bioluminescence (Lesley Flanigan, R. Luke DuBois). The Loud Objects will perform several guest shows, soldering electronics live on an overhead projector or with hybrid fluorescent bulb guitars to create electronic noise. R. Luke DuBois' live video artistry will be woven throughout Flanigan's performances.

For composer/inventor Tristan Perich, Dual Synthesis comes on the heels of finishing his new album, 1-Bit Symphony. An electronic composition in five movements on a single microchip, 1-Bit Symphony expands on the format of his 2005 release, 1-Bit Music. A departure from traditional recordings, 1-Bit Symphony literally ‘performs’ its music live when turned on. A complete music circuit, programmed by the artist and packaged inside a standard CD jewel case, plays the composition through a headphone jack mounted in the case itself. Probing the foundations of digital sound, 1-Bit Symphony celebrates the virtuosity of electricity. The new album, to be released by Cantaloupe Music, will be available exclusively for presale at performances during the tour.

Artist/vocalist Lesley Flanigan's tour of Amplifications introduces her first solo album for speaker electronics and voice. Moving among a cluster of wires and microphones, she builds compositional frameworks that grow and break apart. Her speaker instruments, employing a built-in microphone, create pulsing tones through their own feedback, which Flanigan samples and weaves into her own vocal patterns. The result is music that hovers somewhere between noise experiments and lyrical song, resonating with organic transparency.

JOE GRIMM:
DIRTY GOGGLES OF PERCEPTION (LEFT AND RIGHT)

A synaesthetic performance for modified 16mm projectors and audio circuitry, this piece negotiates the space between the physically real and the perceptually real; between noumena and phenomena. Photosensitive circuitry translates light waves into sound waves, sonifying flickers that are sometimes slow enough to be visible to the eye - and sometimes fast enough to be perceived only by the ear. A monolithic light/noise blast that goes literally to the limits of the senses and beyond them, provoking a confrontation with that ultimate unattainable reality: The World of Things In Themselves. In memoriam Immanuel Kant. Warning: Unsuitable for those with photosensitive epilepsy

- Tristan Perich (http://www.tristanperich.com)
- Lesley Flanigan (http://www.lesleyflanigan.com)
- Joseph Grimm (http://www.myspace.com/thewindupbird)

Hanson/Riordan + Buckminster + Shook/Genetti/Lonberg-Holm

10/25/2009 - 8:00pm

Harold Arts presents:

HANSON/RIORDAN

Peter Hanson - saxophone
Marc Riordan - piano

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BUCKMINSTER (NYC)

Brad Henkel - trumpet
Peter Hanson - saxophone
Owen Stewart-Robertson - guitar

www.myspace.com/thebuckmisteraffair

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SHOOK/GENETTI/LONBERG-HOLM

Wilson Shook - saxophone (Seattle)
Carol Genetti - voice
Fred Lonberg-Holm - cello

www.gallery1412.org/wilsonshook.html

8pm, donation suggested

part of HARVEST, a week of events celebrating the 2009 Harold Arts Residency, including performances and exhibitions throughout Chicago, and the release of Harold's annual compilation album. Full schedule and more information at www.haroldarts.org

The Sissy-Eared Mollycoddles

12/13/2009 - 3:00pm
12/13/2009 - 5:00pm

"Self-Titled"

After a brief hiatus, the Mollycoddles return to the stage with a vengance. Their "Self-Titled" concert features a staggering EIGHT world premieres scored for Tenor Voice, Bass Clarinet, Contrabassoon, Cello, Bass, and Drum Set. This thrill-packed set features five rock-influenced works with original texts by the composers - foot-tappable AND intelligent! Stick around after the show to mingle with rockstars , sip cheap wine, and hear the ensemble perform three arrangements of Bob Dylan songs.

Accessible Contemporary Music

11/17/2009 - 5:00pm

Fundraiser.

Tiny Mahler Orchestra

11/27/2009 - 7:00pm
11/27/2009 - 10:00pm

The Tiny Mahler Orchestra: one show only

Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte
Cindy Cox: three pieces from “Hierosgamos:
Seven Studies in Harmony and Resonance”
Ravel: Sonatine
Schubert: Impromptus, Op. 90
Brahms: Violin Sonata in D Minor, Op. 108

General admission: $10, or $8 for students
Small children free

www.tinymahler.com

PROTEST HEAVEN 5th Anniversary Celebration Weekend: David Boykin + Sherpa + The Green Pasture Happiness with Frank Rosaly

03/27/2010 - 10:00pm

Protest5

PROTEST HEAVEN jazz and improvised music series
5th Anniversary Celebration Weekend

DAVID BOYKIN

David Boykin - solo reeds

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SHERPA

Jaimie Branch - trumpet
Fred Lonberg-Holm - cello
Toby Summerfield - bass

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THE GREEN PASTURE HAPPINESS with special guest FRANK ROSALY

Brian Labycz - modular synth
Daniel Fandino - modular synth
Aaron Zarzutzki - electronics
Frank Rosaly - drums

$15 suggested donation

Heaven Gallery
1550 N Milwaukee, 2nd fl
Blue line to Damen

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