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Wayward Music Series

http://www.waywardmusic.org/

July 2019

Holland Andrews / Bardos & Miranda

July 19 @ 8:00 pm
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North
Seattle, 98103 United States
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Originally scheduled as part of the Seattle Improvised Music Festival in February, but cancelled due to snow. Holland Andrews (Portland, OR) is an extended-technique vocalist, composer, and performer who combines complex vocal layerings to create all-encompassing cathartic soundscapes. Their vocal style traverses a vast terrain of textures ranging from opera and throat singing, to noise and ambient music. Their compositional style weaves together a sprawling emotional tapestry to command space for both intimacy and chaos. By highlighting themes of transformation,…

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The Alchemy of Improvisation: Will Lone, Abbey Blackwell, Daniel Salka

July 31 @ 8:00 pm9:30 pm
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North
Seattle, 98103 United States
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$5 – $15

The Alchemy of Improvisation is a cross-genre, improvised musical project bringing together the varied talents of bassist Abbey Balckwell, drummer Will Lone, and pianist Daniel Salka. The trio blends genres and styles into a tapestry of improvised music, aimed at representing the mystical qualities of life and sound – an alchemical process of music making in which conciousness transmutes sound and sound transmutes conciousness. Daniel Salka is a Seattle based pianist/keyboardist. Born and raised in Seattle, Daniel has had a…

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August 2019

Vickie Dodd & James Hoskins / Spontanea

August 3 @ 8:00 pm
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North
Seattle, 98103 United States

The musical duo of Vickie Dodd and James Hoskins explores new musical territory that is at once organic and otherworldly. Vickie is a vocalist, a pioneer in the art of sound healing, and a musician who has taught and performed internationally. In performance, she intuitively draws inspiration from the people and environment around her, channeling this into improvised vocalization, with a four-octave range that spans throat singing and many other techniques. The unique human connection of Vickie’s voice is matched…

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