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Wayward in Limbo – January Update
January 1January 31
Every month, Nonsequitur and a community of like-minded presenters and artists offer ten concerts of adventurous music in an informal yet respectful all-ages setting: contemporary classical, free improvisation, the outer limits of jazz, abstract electronic music, microtonal/new instruments, sound art, and other extraordinary sonic experiences.
With the Chapel closed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wayward Music Series moves from the concert hall to the living room. In place of our usual ten monthly concerts, Nonsequitur is commissioning ten Seattle artists each month to create a series of streaming audio sessions of previously unreleased material.
To listen for free, click on the links below. We suggest you also visit the artists’ web sites and offer further support by purchasing their other works
View all previous Wayward in Limbo concerts here.
Note: Although this event has been posted for a specific date and time, all sessions are online 24/7 at the links below.
#88: Francis/Callahan/Witscher(Text-sound composition using hijacked commercial dictation software, in the spirit of Ashley and Lucier.)
#87: Christopher Icasiano (Solo acoustic drums, sticks, cymbals, room, hands, fingers, nails, feet recorded live in the Chapel.)
#86: Mark D. Cooper (Field recordings from Notre Dame cathedral, the Olympic Peninsula, and Cleland Wildlife Park in South Australia.)
#85: Kaori Suzuki (Intense drone for modified melodica, oscillators, real time processing, and lively acoustic space.)
#84: Amy Rubin (Composer/improviser Amy Rubin & friends present music for piano, synthesized sounds, and poetry in English, French, and German.)
# 83: Kyle Hanson (Very remarkable “minimalist” improvisations for solo accordion requiring tremendous stamina)
# 82: A.F. Jones (Camera lucida (for Barthes, Sontag, Morris) (2020) is a protean composition for one recordist and one acoustic space or soundstage)
# 81 – Steve Fisk (NW legend pays homage to Gordon Mumma)
# 80 – Bit Graves (improvised duets for Korg MS-20 + SuperCollider)
# 79 – Rahikka & James Lee (ethereal landscapes for electronics + guitar)
# 78 – Tom Baker (a suite of ghosty pieces for instruments + electronics)
# 77 – Greg Sinibaldi (an improvisational diary on Electronic Wind Instrument)
# 76 – Kaley Lane Eaton (family history, heirloom piano, beautiful vocals, electronics)
# 75 – China Faith Star & Arrington de Dionyso (the year in review in 13 fragments)
# 74 – L.A. Lungs (electronic dreamstates)