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july 2004




Mon Jul 5 Jacopo Andreini - percussion, miscellany
Arrington De Dionyso - bass clarinet, voice
Paul Dutton - voice
Scott Rosenberg - woodwinds
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



Sat Jul 10 Demetria Martinez
liz gonzález
Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center
681 Venice Blvd
Venice CA
310.822.3006
$7 General admission/ $5 with student ID
$5 seniors and children. Members free



Sat Jul 10 Babyland
Midnight Lazerbeam
The Appreciation
(SF)
Spector Protector (SF)
The Smell
(on Main between 2nd & 3rd)
Downtown LA

9pm
$5 - All Ages



Sun Jul 11 Godot's EAR!
A Surrealist Spoken Word and Music Evening

Phillip Greenlief, saxophonist/composer

Craving Visions, by Gray Pony Productions
a selection of ethno-poetries from oral traditions and works
Gray Pony is a Los Angeles based poetry performance ensemble
performers: Kimberley Edwards, Chris Natale Peditto
Elise Rodriguez, Jeff Rogers, Barbara Romain, Shelley Sacks
and Roland Starkey.
Celtic Arts Center
4843 Laurel Canyon Blvd (at Riverside Drive)
Studio City, CA 91607
818.760.8322
Suggested Donation is $10
8pm



Mon Jul 12 Solo Night

Corey Fogel - drums
Jeff Schwartz - contrabass
Paul Sherman - oboe
line space line
The Salvation Theater
1519 Griffith Park Blvd
Silverlake, California
$5.00 - $10.00
(sliding scale donation)



Thu Jul 15 The California Avante-Garde Ensemble (CAGE)

featuring:

Michael Grodsky
- electric guitar
Jeff Hawley - 6-string bass and 8-string guitar
Mike Bennett - drums
The Garage Gallery
558 West 2nd St
Pomona
909-622-8051



Fri Jul 16 Bastard Noise
Democri$y
Oscillating Innards
Pedestrian Deposit
The Cherry Point
Rainbow Blanket
The Smell
(on Main between 2nd & 3rd)
Downtown LA

9pm
$5 - All Ages



Sat Jul 17 Dangerous Curve
Los Angeles's Venue for New Performance Art and Experimental Music presents:

The Swinging Chandeliers (Joseph Hammer and Sayo Mitsuishi)
Drew Schnurr
Ken Okuno
Dangerous Curve
1020 Fourth Place
Los Angeles, CA 90013
213-617-8483

8:00 p.m.

$5



Sun Jul 18 Weba Garretson "Dancing Naked"
a new cycle of songs

Performed by:
Joe Berardi - Percussion
Jessica Catron - Cello
Weba Garretson - Voice
Bob Remstein - Keyboards

songs by Weba Garretson, Steve Stewart & Nate Scoble
LA Central Library
Mark Taper Auditorium
630 West Fifth Street
(corner of Fifth & Flower)
Reservations: (213) 228-7025



Sun Jul 18 Jarrett Silberman
David Scott Stone
Tom Grimley
The Smell
(on Main between 2nd & 3rd)
Downtown LA

9pm
$5 - All Ages



Sat Jul 24 sound. at the Schindler House presents:

EXQUISITE CORPSE

Joseph Berardi, percussion
Mitchell Brown, electronics
Dan Clucas, trumpet
Weba Garretson, voice
Petra Haden, violin, voice
G. E. Stinson , guitar

Exquisite Corpse is a Surrealist strategy designed to elicit imagery from
the unconscious. In this collaborative art form, a piece of paper is folded
in four, with four artists contributing to the representation of a figure without
seeing the other artists' work. In a musical interpretation of this technique,
the musicians will separate into groups of three positioned in the two rooms
flanking the main courtyard of the Schindler House. The first musician plays
solo for a brief period of time, then is joined in a duet with a musician in
the other room. After approximately five minutes the first musician will
drop out, leaving the second musician to perform solo. The process repeats,
alternating solo and duet and room to room, until a.ll musicians have performed
MAK Center for Art and Architecture, L.A.
Schindler House
835 North Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

Advance admission: $15;
$12 for students with valid I.D.,
FOSH and SASSAS members
$18 at the door



Mon Jul 26 "Systems and Beyond"

Featuring the veteran two-piano team of
Karl and Margaret Kohn

with a "classic" program:
Boulez´ Structures (Book II)
Steve Reich´s ground-breaking Piano Phase
György Ligeti´s Three Pieces for Two Pianos
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323-857-6000



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