Experimental Folk series presents:

Friday, February 6, 2009 - 8:00pm

Come out and enjoy a night of folk delight!

With performances by:

Square Spider
Tiny Music
Fielded
Uke of Spaces Corners (from Maine!)
John Bellows

http://www.myspace.com/iamjohnbellows
http://www.myspace.com/ukeoffphillips

PROTEST HEAVEN 1/31: STEIN/BAKER/ABRAMS + QUIN KIRCHNER GROUP

Saturday, January 31, 2009 - 9:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN 1/31:

STEIN/BAKER/ABRAMS

Jason Stein - bass clarinet
Jim Baker - piano, ARP
Josh Abrams - bass

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QUIN KIRCHNER GROUP

Charles Gorczynski - alto saxophone
Elliot Bergman - tenor saxophone, clarinets
Matt Ulery - bass
Quin Kirchner - drums

10pm
$5 suggested donation

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

PROTEST HEAVEN 1/24: BOYE/ROSALY + RUMBACK/REMPIS + FAST CITIZENS

Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 9:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN 1/24:

BOYE/ROSALY

Ben Boye - piano
Frank Rosaly - drums

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RUMBACK/REMPIS

Charles Rumback - drums
Dave Rempis - saxophones

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FAST CITIZENS

Keefe Jackson - tenor saxophone
Josh Berman - cornet
Aram Shelton - alto saxophone
Fred Lonberg-Holm - cello
Anton Hatwich - bass
Frank Rosaly - drums

10pm
$10 suggested donation

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

PROTEST HEAVEN 1/17: LONBERG-HOLM/ROSALY + GIALLORENZO/KIMMEL/LABYCZ/ROSALY + BEE VS. MOTH

Saturday, January 17, 2009 - 9:00pm

LONBERG-HOLM/ROSALY DUO

Fred Lonberg-Holm - cello
Frank Rosaly - drums

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GIALLORENZO/KIMMEL/LABYCZ/ROSALY

Paul Giallorenzo - piano, keyboards
Jeff Kimmel - bass clarinet
Brian Labycz -electronics
Frank Rosaly - drums

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BEE VS. MOTH (Austin, TX)

Sarah Norris - drums, percussion
Philip Moody - electric & upright bass
Ivo Gruner - trumpet
Aaryn Russell - guitar

beevsmoth.com
myspace.com/beevsmoth

10pm
$10 suggested donation

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

PROTEST HEAVEN 1/10: HESS/MILLS/ROSALY+RIORDAN/MAYER+BAKER/SANDSTROM/HESS/ROSALY

Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 9:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN
Saturday, January 10

HESS/MILLS/ROSALY

Steven Hess - drums, electronics
Joseph C. Mills - electronics
Frank Rosaly - drums, electronics

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MARC RIORDAN/JULIA MAYER

Marc Riordan - piano
Julia Mayer - dance

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BAKER/SANDSTROM/HESS/ROSALY

Jim Baker - piano, ARP
Brian Sandstrom - bass, guitar
Steven Hess - drums, electronics
Frank Rosaly - drums, electronics

$5 suggested donation
10pm

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

Piano recording

Tuesday, December 16, 2008 - 7:00pm to Wednesday, December 17, 2008 - 9:00pm

Private

PROTEST HEAVEN 12/20: KIMMEL/BERMAN/GREGORIO + EAR TO THE GROUND

Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 9:00pm

PROTEST HEAVEN
Saturday, December 20, 10pm

KIMMEL/BERMAN/GREGORIO

Jeff Kimmel - bass clarinet
Josh Berman - cornet
Guillermo Gregorio - reeds

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EAR TO THE GROUND

Quin Kirchner - drums
Matthew Golombisky - bass
Caroline Davis - saxophones
Dave Rempis - saxophones

$5 suggested donation

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

Eric Derr, percussion

Friday, January 2, 2009 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

* I have elaborated upon simple ideas that I found attractive in the following songs to create these two pieces of music....................................................................................................Eric Derr

“Movie (Never Made)” by Silver Mt. Zion

Eric Derr - Piano

“Peach, Plum, Pear” by Joanna Newsom

Shanna Gutierrez, Connie Schoepflin – Flutes

Mas Sugihara – Saxophone

Robert Burrows – Vibraphone

Eric Derr – Piano

Austin Wulliman - Violin

* Loops II for Vibraphone.............................................................................................. Philippe Hurel

Eric Derr – Vibraphone

Classical Series

Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 1:00pm

All Piano Concert with Stephen Hill and others TBA.

Brunch and Mimosas will be served.

Suggested Donation $10

Classical Revolution!

Saturday, December 13, 2008 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Classical Revolution is a fabulous music group/organization started in San Francisco, that has since spread to Portland, Reno, New York, Philadelphia, and now Chicago! This will be the first CR Chicago concert and will feature a plethora of Chicago's young, emerging classical musicians. The first half will be a set chamber music program and the second half will be a reading session.

The goal of CR is for classical music to be played in accessible places like art galleries, bars, and cafes. It serves as an umbrella group for young musicians who want to collaborate with other local musicians within their communities.
http://classicalrevolution.org

Delicious pizza from Piece will be served, and drinks will be available!

Exact program TBA.

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