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Gate to Moonbase Alpha 12/12/03, Philadelphia, PA
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2003 11:16 pm    Post subject: Gate to Moonbase Alpha 12/12/03, Philadelphia, PA Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Hello all
I hope to see you at this. Please pass the info to others.

Fri. 12/12, 8pm-12am: Gate to Moonbase Alpha
Free admission for all ages. At The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. http://www.foundationarts.org, 215-573-3234

Music from:

Mike Tamburo (solo performance!): Mike excelled in such ambient bands as Meisha, and Arco Flute Foundation, and recently finished several solo recordings incorporating 6 and 12 string acoustic guitar, tibetan bowl, accordion, bells, electronics, dog brush, vocals, percussion, tape recorder, harmonica, melodica, electric guitar, effects, piano, bowed instruments, and vibraphone.

Adelante: Trio consisting of Paul Mimlitsch, Jody Janetta, and Dan Osterweil
One approach Paul uses utilizes various signal processors and looping devices to create evolving collages of sound ("soundscapes") that serve as both back-drops to original compositions and as stimuli for further exploration/ improvisation. The textures and moods created along this stream of consciousness journey can range from ambient/ meditative to jagged/unsettling, from "straight ahead" to "out". Jody has been a professional musician and educator for the past 30 years. Much of Jody’s performing revolves around his first loves: Jazz and Free Improvisation, in which he performs on both Drum Set and Hand Percussion (Tabla, Djembe, Darbuka, Timbales, Congas, Bongos, etc.). Jody is the founding member of Adelante, whose compositions fuse elements of Jazz, World, Ambient/Electronic, and 20th Century Classical forms. Dan Osterweil is a multi-instrumentalist/ composer who is featured in Adelante, on Saxophones (7 types) and Flutes (including Recorders and stone flutes). Dan studied and performed at The Creative Music Studio with Don Cherry, Anthony Braxton, Jack DeJohnette, George Russell, John Cage, Allen Ginsburg, and others. http://hometown.aol.com/pmimlitsch/index.html, http://members.aol.com/jodanpaul/adelante.html

Anti:Clockwise: About his own breed of music, entitled "Uglient," Anti:Clockwise writes, "…as in real life mistakes are made. once sampled these lapses can never be ignored. they return again and again until eventually they're woven into the fabric of the whole and assimilated…uglient is the melding of the carefully chosen and wantonly blurted out thrown together by misshapen fate or lackluster luck. uglient is the walkman headphones guy on the subway, singing very loud and very sharp off the mark, oblivious… written anew at every show..." http://www.Tensionheadache.org

Mindwarp Pavillion: Mindwarp Pavilion is synthesist David Lunt (Pretty Poison, Nightcrawlers) and Tim Larsen on bass and synths. Together, they perform loop based techno music with Ambient/Space passages. Tying together the rhythms which they've dubbed 'Space and Bass', their music is driven from pop culture which includes humor and interpretation of some classics from the 50's to the 90's.

+Performance art using everything and the kitchen sink, from The Great Quentini. What more can we say? Everything is sacred and anything is fair game for this 20th Century alchemist. Barbies, nature, political idiosyncrasies, invasions of the world, it's all there.

+Free vegetarian buffet from Chef Jeff
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Gina Renzi
Exec. Director
The Rotunda
4014 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
http://www.TheRotunda.org
215-573-3234
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2003 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Great, Gina, thanks for posting this. I edited your message to add it to the calendar. Unless there is a snow storm or other disaster, I'll see you there on December 12.

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