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reserved July 1, 2010
7:00PM - 8:30PM
Rehearsal.

First Thursday Improv + guests July 1, 2010
9:00PM - 12:00PM
Price:  donation for guests
this will be a very special First Thursday with added guests Killick and Tatsuya Nakatani solo and duo. We'll be having regular improv along with guests so it should be a huge blowout.

Killick and Tatsuya Nakatani join idiosyncratic forces once again in a concert of solos and duos, emphasizing architectural and timbral elegance, and a deep sense of commitment to the physicality of music.

Killick of Athens, Georgia explores the edges of possibility in sound with a variety of stringed instruments. Balancing sonic focus with temporal openness, Killick guides deep into the heart of beauty to access ancient knowledge, following the muse where the spirits roam. His music is Appalachian Trance Metal, a dynamic body/soul/mind system. Inspired by the Fugates of Troublesome Creek, Smurfs, and colloidal silver overuse, Killick is on a lifelong mission to turn a sizeable swatch of his skin blue. Blue is the color of the sky, water, the throat chakra, and is also known as the color of desperation. Visit www.killick.me for more.

Tatsuya Nakatani is a contemporary percussionist originally from Osaka, Japan. He performs creative music around the world and has created his own instrumentation, effectively inventing many instruments and extended techniques. Tatsuya utilizes the drum set, bowed gongs, cymbals, singing bowls and metal objects to create an intense, organic music that defies category or genre. His music is based in improvised/ experimental music, jazz, free jazz, rock, and noise, yet retains the sense of space and beauty found in traditional Japanese folk music. Visit www.hhproduction.org for more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IQ7XorqnAU

Chalk Off July 2, 2010
10:00AM - 10:00PM
Price:  Free
A throw back to the Draw Off in 2008, selected artists draw on the main gallery's black walls using only chalk. See the artists in action Friday with live drawing all day and a party later. Artists include: Baxter Crane, Spencer Murrill, Mandie Turner Mitchell, Maxwell Sebastian, Ed Windsor, and Priscilla Smith.

Priscilla Smith performs an Abromovic-inspired installation project in the small gallery captured by Ed Windsor in chalk.

And Eyedrum's literature committee and friends converse in the back gallery with a 'text only' version.

Chalk work will remain in the galleries until the end of July. Free and open to the public.

Noise Night July 2, 2010
10:00PM - - -
NOISE

Come support our efforts to noise out this ghost with:



Eiliyas
Pony Bones
Zack B
Hopi Torvald
Nows
Black Blacks
Oyl
w/o
Zano
Ginger Baker




Gallery Hours July 3, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
Chalk Off work in all galleries.

ISLANDS, ACTIVE CHILD, STEEL PHANTOMS July 3, 2010
9:00PM - 1:30AM
ISLANDS
Purchase advance tickets at this link
Or at the following outlets: Criminal Records, Fantasyland Records, Decatur CD, Select CD Warehouses & www.ticketalternative.com

DOORS OPEN AT 9:00PM * ALL AGES * $10

Nick Diamonds' polymorphous pop band, Islands, is back with their third studio album, Vapours. The 2006 debut, Return to the Sea, found eccentric and mellifluous pop tunes performed with a cast of characters from Montreal's thriving music scene (including members of Arcade Fire and Wolf Parade), helmed by Nick Diamonds and Jamie Thompson. Thompson departed amicably from the group shortly after the album was released, and 2007's Arm's Way found the band turning in a new direction towards lushly orchestrated, guitar-driven prog-rock. Thompson has returned to the band for Vapours, a record that flits back and forth between moody synthesizers and drum-machine-heavy beats, while remaining firmly rooted in the classic pop sensibilities and multitude of melodic hooks that Islands is known for.


Produced by Nick Diamonds and Chris Coady (who has worked with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blonde Redhead, TV On The Radio, among others), this is the group's most stunning work to date.



ALSO APPEARING:
ACTIVE CHILD
STEEL PHANTOMS

Brought to you by:
TIGHT BROS NETWORK

Gallery Hours July 4, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off work in all galleries.

LIGHTNING BOLT July 4, 2010
8:30PM - 1:00AM
Price:  $10 - TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!


LIGHTNING BOLT


8:30PM * ALL AGES * $10

LIGHTNING BOLT is a noise rock duo from Providence, Rhode Island, composed of Brian Chippendale on drums and vocals and Brian Gibson on bass guitar. The band met and formed in 1994, when the members of the then-trio attended the Rhode Island School of Design. The band signed to Load Records in 1997, and released their self-titled debut the same year. In total, Lightning Bolt has released five full-length albums, numerous vinyl singles, and appeared on several compilations.

Lightning Bolt are known for their guerrilla-style live performances, where they typically play on the ground rather than a stage, with the crowd gathered around them. The band's sound is typically loud and aggressive, though the group cites composers Philip Glass and Sun Ra as compositional influences.

ALSO APPEARING:
LYONNAIS
BIG DAD


PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS HERE

Brought to you by:
TIGHT BROS NETWORK

reserved July 6, 2010
7:00PM - 9:30PM
Rehearsal.

Artist Talk July 8, 2010
6:00PM - 7:00PM
Price:  FREE
Artists from the Chalk Off talk about their work including Baxter Crane, Mandie Turner Mitchell, Spencer Mullins, Maxwell Sebastian, Priscilla Smith, Daniel Wair, and Ed Winzer. Light refreshments will be served.


reserved July 8, 2010
7:00PM - 9:30PM
Rehearsal.

Gallery Hours July 9, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  Free

reserved July 10, 2010
11:00AM - 4:00PM
Theatre rehearsal.

Gallery Hours July 10, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free

Monthly Cycle July 11, 2010
11:30AM - 2:00PM
Price:  $5 suggested donation
MCJuly
The only game in town for an all-female musician's exchange!

Monthly Jam Session open to all XX's regardless of experience or any other factor, really. Just bring your gear and some song ideas, or just strum along, or sip mimosas and chat. We'd love to have you!

Gallery Hours July 11, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free

reserved July 13, 2010
7:30PM - 9:00PM
art committee meeting

reserved July 14, 2010
8:30PM - 11:00PM
private rehearsal

Bat House, Deep Breakfast, Savant, Oyl July 15, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  7

Bat House


Bat House

Bat House is a loud experience. The songs are driven by heavy synthesizer licks and dueling vocals from Rice and Jeffords. Hills brings rhythm to the mix with a massive drum set that booms with the ferocity of thunder.

Whether it is one of their down-tempo songs or an upbeat anthem of chaos, rest assured, it will be ear-piercing. The composition of the songs is heavily influenced by movie scores of John Carpenter, Ennio Marricone, Goblin, Dario Argento and David Lynch.

http://adventurehippies.blogspot.com

Savant

It sounds like a weird mix of 90's hardcore, with stoner and doom influences and just all around craziness. And this mix fucking rules.

Oyl

people from / club of rome / go go ghost / el fossil / pony bones /

Deep Breakfast

folks from / big and tall / cult ritual / pretzel logic / order of nine angels /


Regular Gallery Hours July 16, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off in all galleries.

Ballers on the Beltline July 16, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  Free

Kirkwood Ballers Club will be on the Beltline and on a Friday this time. We're changing it up since it's pretty outside. At the dead end of Somerset, off of North behind the Masquerade.

Kirkwood Ballers Club Map

reserved July 17, 2010
12:00PM - 2:00PM
private rehearsal

Regular Gallery Hours July 17, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off in all galleries.

Regular Gallery Hours July 18, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off in all galleries.

Escape To New York July 18, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  5

Escape To New York:
Big Recompas Show with a Ton of Amazing Bands!

Electro PBR Can

Travis says: "I'm leaving town and throwing a noisy party! Lots of amazing bands. Come early (5ish) for some grillin out, bring some meat or non-meat, I'll bring beer. Basically, it's the best show i ever could have imagined!"

These Bands are Playing:


  • Sandcastles (Karl Kendrick & Jared Stapleton)

  • Border Country (Members of Roman Photos)

  • Retconned

  • Lyonnais

  • Don Hassler and Jason Butcher

  • Sawforest

  • Social Studies

  • Recompas


Writers' Exchange July 20, 2010
8:00PM - 10:00PM
Price:  free
writer sex change

Writer's Exchange

Writers' Exchange is a monthly free-form environment for literature-based exchanges, ideas, and performance among experimentally-minded Atlanta-area writers and artists. Writers' Exchange was created in an effort to encourage exposure of techniques and processes and their live presentation.

MFSF, King Congregation, Mincemeat OTS, Nero's Day July 21, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  7

Mr. Free and the Satellite Freakout

Mr. Free and the Satellite Freakout

Zappa and Oingo Boingo meets MC5 and Devo fronted by Les Savy Fav’s Tim Harrington at the circus- that sort of comes close to describing Mr. Free & the Satellite Freakout. But they are definitely one of those bands that have to be experienced to be believed. And that would account for the legions of believers who have seen them in their hometown of Tucson or on the road on their black, vegetable oil powered bus, which doubles as a venue on wheels. That would also account for the invitation the band received to play the Waterloo Park's main stage at 2008’s huge Mess with Texas during SXSW, which had them sharing the stage with the likes of X, The Breeders and No Age.

There is a Mr. Free and he is not just a singer- he’s a performer. With bizarro makeup, costumes that feature everything from loincloths to tutus, this group doesn’t just play… they put on a show. The performance would be enough in itself, but then there’s the music- dense, dark, whimsical and everything in between, MFSF manages to create music that is both complex and hook-filled. It’s not surprising, considering the band includes Miles Bartlett and Nick Letson, both formerly of The Mean Reds (Record Collection).

Mr. Free's Myspace

King Congregation


King Congregation

1. Do you think Bob Dylan is totally proud of his son Jakob? Or a little embarrassed?

Probably both. Wasn't he in the Wallflowers?

2. Who's your favorite Atlanta rapper?

Oh, so many... Hitman Sammy Sam. I'm a fan of Gucci Mane too.

3. What's your favorite candy bar wrapper?

Chick-O-Stick.

4. 'Fuck' or 'shit'?

Fuck.

5. Are you related to Lucy Lawless? If not, would you like to be?

Ha! No relation... Is that her real name?

- From Creative Loafing'sTake Five

Mincemeat or Tenspeed

Mincemeat or Tenspeed

Using solely effects pedals and a mixer (and 2010 0n a sampler), Harms started Mincemeat Or Tenspeed as a recording project that became a live entity in 2006. An initial attempt to learn guitar lead to a deeper interest in effects pedals to the point that the instrument was shunted altogether. The sound of the pedals themselves took precedence and Harms began making rhythmic and melodic adjustments out of a feedback circuit. Labor-intensive trial and error lead to a compositional approach that some mistake for pure improvisation. The essence of this music then is partly its means of production, though in a live setting its rhythmic throb has started plenty of moshpits. Having toured with modern music weirdos like Nero's Day At Disneyland, Social Junk, Foot Village, and Drums Like Machine Guns (with whom he shares a split 12") and shared stages with Black Dice, Parts and Labor, Extreme Animals, and USAISAMONSTER over the past three years, Harms imbues Mincemeat Or Tenspeed with a hardcore work ethic that's earned him a cult following.

Nero's Day at Disneyland

Nero's Day at Disneyland

Nero’s Day At Disneyland is a triumphant and bombastic project orchestrated by Brock Bousfield from Oakland, California. Blending haunted 15th century sacred music and a tangled mess of burnt out electronic noise with a crushingly huge sense of scope, Nero’s Day At Disneyland seems to cram together the entire musical history of the last 2000 years.


Nophest! July 22, 2010
8:00PM - 2:00AM
Price:  $7
nophest
NOPHEST RETURNS!

4 days of sonic deliciousness featuring music from all disciplines. This year’s festival will place an emphasis on the diversity of “Southern” regional sounds. However, In addition to music, Nophest will once again present art, films, local crafts, food, and bacchanalia in pure form.


ONLINE TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE:

Nophest Tickets are now on sale.
On-line prices are just $5.00 per day or $15.00 for the full 4-day experience. Note: Ticket prices will be $7.00 at the door, so now is a good time to reserve yours! We accept Paypal and all major credit cards. Your purchases are safe!

To help conserve waste, we are not issuing paper tickets.
Simply bring a valid form of ID to the door on the day of the show (or a print-out of your paypal receipt) and you will receive a hand stamp that will allow you to come and go as you see fit throughout the day.

http://www.nophest.com/ for tickets and information


THURSDAY, JULY 22nd - ELECTRONIC SHOWCASE

All artists for the thursday show will be performing live electronic music. All artists will be staged simultaneously, as to minimize downtime. Set lengths will be 30 minutes with immediate change-over. Doors open at 7pm and all ages are welcome. Admission for Thursday is $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

8:30PM – Blee’s Company
9:00PM – Threv
9:30PM – Phylum Sinter
10:00PM – Chief Acid Officer
10:30PM – Reklein
11:00PM – R_Garcia
11:30PM – Ryan Noise
12:00AM – Richard Devine
12:30AM – Citizen Green
1:00AM – 3KStatic
1:30AM – Hassler/Butcher
2:00AM – Johnny Jitters

reserved July 23, 2010
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Private rehearsal.

Regular Gallery Hours July 23, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk off in all gelleries.

Nophest! July 23, 2010
8:00PM - 3:00AM
Price:  $7
nophest
NOPHEST RETURNS!

4 days of sonic deliciousness featuring music from all disciplines. This year’s festival will place an emphasis on the diversity of “Southern” regional sounds. However, In addition to music, Nophest will once again present art, films, local crafts, food, and bacchanalia in pure form.


ONLINE TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE:

Nophest Tickets are now on sale.
On-line prices are just $5.00 per day or $15.00 for the full 4-day experience. Note: Ticket prices will be $7.00 at the door, so now is a good time to reserve yours! We accept Paypal and all major credit cards. Your purchases are safe!

To help conserve waste, we are not issuing paper tickets.
Simply bring a valid form of ID to the door on the day of the show (or a print-out of your paypal receipt) and you will receive a hand stamp that will allow you to come and go as you see fit throughout the day.

http://www.nophest.com/ for tickets and information

FRIDAY, JULY 23rd - BAND SHOWCASE

All artists for the Friday show will be performing "rock and roll" music. Set lengths will be 30 minutes with a 15 minute change over between bands. Doors open at 7pm and all ages are welcome. Admission for Friday is $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

8:15 – 8:45PM – McNary
9:00 – 9:30PM – Extraordinary Contraptions
9:45 – 10:15PM – Hip to Death
10:30 -11:00PM – Sunglasses
11:15 -11:45PM – Vegan Coke
12:00 -12:30AM – Meut
12:45 – 1:15AM – Dirty Lungs
1:30 – 2:00AM – Before the Solstice
2:15 – 2:45AM – The Humboldt Trio

Nophest! July 24, 2010
12:00PM - 3:00AM
Price:  $7
nophest
NOPHEST RETURNS!

4 days of sonic deliciousness featuring music from all disciplines. This year’s festival will place an emphasis on the diversity of “Southern” regional sounds. However, In addition to music, Nophest will once again present art, films, local crafts, food, and bacchanalia in pure form.


ONLINE TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE:

Nophest Tickets are now on sale.
On-line prices are just $5.00 per day or $15.00 for the full 4-day experience. Note: Ticket prices will be $7.00 at the door, so now is a good time to reserve yours! We accept Paypal and all major credit cards. Your purchases are safe!

To help conserve waste, we are not issuing paper tickets.
Simply bring a valid form of ID to the door on the day of the show (or a print-out of your paypal receipt) and you will receive a hand stamp that will allow you to come and go as you see fit throughout the day.

http://www.nophest.com/ for tickets and information

SATURDAY, JULY 24th - THE MAIN EVENT pt.1

Artists for the Saturday show will be performing various types of music in various configurations. Set lengths will be 30 minutes with a 15 minute change over between bands. Doors open at 7pm and all ages are welcome. Admission for Saturday is $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

12:00PM – 12:30PM – OPEN
12:45PM – 1:15PM – Tracer Metula
1:30PM – 2:00PM – Really Loud Acoustic Music
2:15PM – 2:45PM – Right at Home
3:00PM – 3:30PM – Kyle Robbins
3:45PM – 4:15PM – Tanooki Zoo
4:30PM – 5:00PM – Drew Kohl
5:15PM – 5:45PM – Capibara
6:00PM – 6:30PM – Intrepid Souls
6:45PM – 7:15PM – Envie
7:30PM – 8:00PM – Bodega Roja
8:15PM – 8:45PM – White Light Forest Choir
9:00PM – 9:30PM – Swank Sinatra
9:45PM – 10:15PM – Nerd Parade
10:30PM – 11:00PM- Jungol
11:15PM – 11:45PM – Esoteric Drift
12:00AM – 12:30 – Johan Ess
12:45AM – 1:15AM – Sonen
1:30AM – 2:00AM – JHelix & Less’Noise
2:15AM – 2:45AM – Marcus Wilbur

Regular Gallery Hours - MAIN GALLERY ONLY July 24, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off in the main gallery.

Nophest! July 25, 2010
12:00PM - 2:00AM
Price:  $7
nophest
NOPHEST RETURNS!

4 days of sonic deliciousness featuring music from all disciplines. This year’s festival will place an emphasis on the diversity of “Southern” regional sounds. However, In addition to music, Nophest will once again present art, films, local crafts, food, and bacchanalia in pure form.


ONLINE TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE:

Nophest Tickets are now on sale.
On-line prices are just $5.00 per day or $15.00 for the full 4-day experience. Note: Ticket prices will be $7.00 at the door, so now is a good time to reserve yours! We accept Paypal and all major credit cards. Your purchases are safe!

To help conserve waste, we are not issuing paper tickets.
Simply bring a valid form of ID to the door on the day of the show (or a print-out of your paypal receipt) and you will receive a hand stamp that will allow you to come and go as you see fit throughout the day.

http://www.nophest.com/ for tickets and information

SUNDAY, JULY 25th - THE MAIN EVENT pt.2

Artists for the Sunday show will be performing various types of music with an emphasis on electronics. Set lengths will be 30 minutes with a 15 minute change over between bands. Doors open at 7pm and all ages are welcome. Admission for Sunday is $5 in advance or $7 at the door.

12:00PM – 12:30PM – fluxdelux
12:45PM – 1:15PM – Micro
1:30PM – 2:00PM – Visitor
2:15PM – 2:45PM – Liquid Apparatus
3:00PM – 3:30PM – Cinetrope
3:45PM – 4:15PM – The Manteis Project
4:30PM – 5:00PM – Sensitive Chaos
5:15PM – 5:45PM – Fader Vixen
6:00PM – 6:30PM – Tay0
6:45PM – 7:15PM – Suicide Lane
7:30PM – 8:00PM – Finite State Machine
8:15PM – 8:45PM – minkEy boodle
9:00PM – 9:30PM – nerdkween
9:45PM – 10:15PM – The Fabric
10:30PM – 11:00PM- A_Scissors
11:15PM – 11:45PM – alGARhythm
12:00AM – 12:30 – S&M (Sue G. Wilkinson & Mike Cady)
12:45AM – 1:15AM – The Ascent of Everest
1:30AM – 2:00AM – [the] slowest runner [in all the world]

Regular Gallery Hours - MAIN GALLERY ONLY July 25, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off in the main gallery.

Grounded By Reality / As it is Written July 27, 2010
8:00PM - 9:30PM
Price:  Free


Opening with a screening of Grounded By Reality, a documentary short by Atlanta’s own SHED Collective, Jessica E. Blinkhorn makes her Eyedrum performance debut.

Award winning and International Documentary Challenge finalist, Grounded by Reality portrays Jessica's struggle with her condition but not a lack of will or creativity. She's an outspoken, hard rolling, practicing artist, private instructor and graduate of Kennesaw and Georgia State Universities.

Grounded by Reality filmmakers say, "Jessica challenges people to really look at her -— she decorates her body with tattoos and draws self-portraits with unflinching honesty. We wanted to give the audience access to Jessica’s daily physical challenges so you can see how much determination and drive she has as a person and an artist."

After the film, the writing on the wall will serve as an introduction to Jessica E. Blinkhorn's performance work at Eyedrum. As it is Written in the small gallery provides a glimpse into her world with free association, stream of consciousness thought marking. The forms made with white chalk on black walls are noticeably married to the machinery of her wheelchair. Viewers are welcome to join her in person in the small gallery or watch via video feed.

Jessica E. Blinkhorn begins her 30 minute writing performance with "My name is Jessica and I was born imperfect" ...

A reception and encore screening for the artist to follow.

For a taste of Jessica's experimental writing follow this link to Michael Musto's blog in the Village Voice.

Also on view at Eyedrum, The Chalk Off in the main and back galleries.

For more information - art@eyedrum.org or 404.522.0655

HOLD July 28, 2010
12:00PM - 9:00PM

Spider+Octopus & The Wonderful Wonderful Vreelands July 29, 2010
8:00PM - 11:00PM
Price:  $5

Spider + Octopus

To paraphrase a recent review at slowcoustic.com, Spider
[plus] Octopus offers a collection of pretty darn catchy lo-fi folk tunes with instruments ranging from ukulele to piano to accordion to solo acoustic guitar. They have a bit of everything for the true folk music enthusiast types – great music, an actual cohesive collection of songs, and a "fun to be with" audience.


myspace.com/spideroctopus

The Wonderful, Wonderful Vreeland

Clark Vreeland is a very well loved and respected fixture in the New Orleans and Atlanta Arts and Music community. Born and raised in New Orleans, Clark began his musical life at the age of 12 showcasing his talents on television and local events on drums. By the time he was 15 he was playing the French Quarter strip bars and jazz clubs.


Now, in 2010, Clark is playing, loving and living with his wife Beth and working on the project "Spanky and the Love Handles" with drummer Bob Rice and trumpet master Sidney Cox. On rare special occasions fans of unique bluesy tunes can see Clark and Beth sharing the music that they love as a duet. "The Wonderful Wonderful Vreelands" invite you to join them to enjoy a special selections of the tight rich sounds and songs from two star-crossed music lovers.

The Wonderful Wonderful Vreelands



Regular Gallery Hours July 30, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  Free
Chalk Off in all galleries.

reserved July 30, 2010
8:00PM - 10:00PM
Private rehearsal.

Regular Gallery Hours - Last Day for the Chalk Off July 31, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Last chance to see artwork from the Chalk Off.

Calendar Party July 31, 2010
3:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free!


Come get crafty as volunteers participate in making personalized calendars and flyers to promote upcoming events at Eyedrum! This is a great opportunity to come learn about Eyedrum, meet new people, and help us spread the good word. Supplies will be provided but feel free to bring your own!

Brian Graiser Solo Percussion July 31, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $7, $5 for Students

Brian Graiser

Brian's Vibraphone

For concertgoers who may be unfamiliar with the “dark side” of contemporary solo percussion, Brian Graiser’s public debut recital at Eyedrum will serve as either a welcome introduction or a vicious slap in the face. Gone, gone are the days of reliable backbeats and hi-hat on two and four, replaced for an evening by the consuming sounds of an extended-range four-octave vibraphone melding with stereophonic electronic accompaniment.

Besides highlighting works that involve live or prerecorded electronics, this concert will dive fully into the world of solo vibraphone, featuring a breadth of repertoire ranging from bold transcriptions of Debussy and Ravel to a number of new commissions by modern composers. Capping off the event will be the world premiere of Canadian composer Christien LeDroit’s Serenity, Shattered for four-octave vibraphone and electronics; other recent commissions to be performed include Halim El-Dabh’s Sailing Wind, Peter Olsen’s Inner Structure, and more.

Tickets will be sold at the door; prices are $7 for adults and $5 for children, students, and seniors.

Brian plays Debussy's The Sunken Cathedral on the marimba:


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