I’m going to be playing in this (thanx Bruce and John!). I’ll be playing the piano for sure, and maybe bring along my hammer dulcimer. Anyone interested in hearing my particular contribution (small as it is – only one minute) to this concert can check it out. Huh? Only one minute? What’s the point? It’s a mosaic of sound – if every piece is only one minute, then what you get is a collection of miniatures, a book of sonic haiku. And since it’s all improvised, some pieces will undoubtedly spin off of the previous pieces (and some won’t). Spontaneous, in the moment, and a lot of fun.
Here’s the vital info:
Thursday, January 19, 2012, 8 PM.
A number of local musicians improvise solos, each lasting one minute, in support of the 2012 Seattle Improvised Music Festival this February. There may also be duets, each also lasting one minute.
$10-25 suggested donation; $25 or more will get you a pass for the entire festival
Chapel Performance Space
Good Shepherd Center, fourth floor
4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle
Alex Guy, Andrew Olmstead, Begin Scaresth, Beth Fleenor, Brad Hawkins, Bruce Greeley, Colin Pulkrabek, Cynthia Marie, Emily Westman, Eric Rynes, Evan Flory-Barnes, Greg Campbell, Ivan Arteaga, Jim Knodle, John Teske, Kathryn Olson, Mara Sedlins, Maria Mannisto, Michael Owcharuk, Natalie Mai Hall, Neil Welch, Paul Hoskin, Robert Blatt, S. Eric Scribner (me), Schraepfer Harvey, Tamiko Terada, Wilson Shook, and more
We are still accepting musicians, so if you have an interest in performing a solo, please contact john [dot] teske [at] gmail.com
Portions of this posting from the Seattle Improvised Music Festival website.