Doors at 8pm
8:30pm Outlaw Space
9:00pm Naomi Siegel, Wayne Horvitz, James Falzone - an improvised set
10:30pm Collective Audience Groups
Spite House Concerts started in 2013 as a venue for new music. Beloved by Seattle's improvisation communities, the series continues every Tuesday evening. Concert artists are selected by a rotating group of curators, local musicians devoted to finding Seattle's most interesting and unique new music.
The third set is open to improvisers. Audience members are welcome to bring voices and instruments. After the featured artist concert (10:30pm or later, depending) we form up spontaneous duos and small ensembles to create a set of impromptu music magic.
$20 Donation encouraged, not required. All donations are accepted with gratitude. We love supporting live, local musicians! Also welcome: donations of food & drink to complement what is always on hand in the kitchen.
Solo set at the Royal Room hosted by Uneasy Chairs.
Playing with Wayne Horvitz's great Electric Circus, a large group interpreting music of Miles Davis, Sun Ra, and others. Details at http://www.theroyalroomseattle.com
Performing on this great festival with visiting artists and many from Seattle's great improvised music community. Details at http://www.waywardmusic.org
ANCIENT TO THE FUTURE FESTIVAL, curated by Wayne Horvitz.
The Music of Anthony Braxton and Roscoe Mitchell
Directed by Ivan Arteaga
Cecil Taylor’s “Unit Structures”
Directed by Robin Holcomb
Great night of local and visiting artists in an intimate setting.
BRYAN EUBANKS / GREG KELLEY duo
soprano saxophone, feedback plate / trumpet
JAMES FALZONE solo
WILSON SHOOK solo
Electric Circus remixes classic soul and rock for the 21st century with sampled grooves, improvised sonic exploration, light projections and reinventions of mid 20th century psychedelia. Tonight Electric Circus focuses on the music of Sly Stone, Sun Ra and Miles Davis.
Ayesha Brooks (Vox)
Kate Olson (Soprano Sax)
James Falzone (Clarinet)
Skerik (Tenor Sax)
Beth Fleenor (Clarinet/Vox)
Greg Sinibaldi (Bari Sax)
Alex Guy (Violin/Viola)
Darren Loucas (Guitar)
Kathy Moore (Guitar)
Ryan Burns (Keys)
Geoff Harper (Bass)
Andy Stoller (Bass)
Andy Roth (Drums)
Greg Campbell (Percussion)
Wayne Horvitz (Conduction/Electronics)
James will take part in a 1-day residency at his undergraduate alma mater, Northern Illinois University, where he received a degree in clarinet performance in 1994. James will present a series of classes and workshops, plus an evening recital with students and faculty.