Re:Sound 1: Miralia-Stranahan Duo/~Nois/saajtak
Join us for opening night of our 2nd annual new and experimental music festival, Re:Sound 2019! This 4-day event brings together and showcases pioneers in the arts at some of Cleveland's most intimate spaces. The festival is presented by Cleveland Uncommon Sound Project. Visit uncommonsoundCLE.com for the full festival schedule and more information
Grab a drink and check out some incredible artwork! This evening's performers are coming to us from Detroit, Chicago, and our backyard here in Cleveland!
Show starts at 7:30pm, doors open at 7pm.
$12 general/$8 students and seniors
$35 festival pass/$25 students and senior festival pass (gets you into all 6 shows!)
-purchase tickets in advance (going on sale in early May)
-no one turned away for lack of funds
Parking info: Small parking lot and ample street parking in the area.
The Miralia/Stranahan Duo creates innovative and dynamic soundscapes using both ancient and modern acoustic and electronic instruments. They draw influences from the avant-garde, free improvisation, experimental noise, metal, musique concrete, and ambient musics, but the results are wholly original and will never be reproduced exactly the same way again.
Gemma Peacocke - Dwalm
Dave Reminick - Consort
Pauline Oliveros - Thirteen Changes
~Nois is a Chicago-based saxophone quartet that defies categorization by working between the boundary of contemporary classical music and experimental improvisation. They will present an aesthetically diverse program centered around new and experimental sounds for the saxophone quartet. Featuring works by Gemma Peacocke, David Reminick, and Pauline Oliveros, this program will feature innovative uses of the instrument, such as four detuned soprano saxophones, alongside lush tonal harmonies.
Performance selections will be announced from the stage (all music composed by saajtak).
saajtak is a Detroit-based art-rock quartet comprised of vocalist Alex Koi, electronic artist Simon Alexander-Adams, percussionist Jonathan Taylor and bassist Ben Willis. saajtak's musical identity draws from their collective backgrounds in free improvisation, electronic music, rock and classical music. With a repertoire of compositions that range from complex epic forms to short frenetic noise pieces, the quartet cultivates sonic environments that defy genre and the traditional roles of each instrument.
Negative Space Gallery (View)
3820 Superior Ave
Cleveland, OH 44118
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