Jessica Lurie

July 13, 2022

Seattle and Brooklyn-based Jessica Lurie is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, composer, and improviser, performing on saxophones, flute, voice, accordion and electronics. She calls on a wide range of musical influences, including, funk, jazz, Americana, gospel, Klezmer, Balkan, Latin, and Afro-Cuban music, as well as a great love for free improvisation. She has performed at festivals, universities, […]

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Bill Horist

July 13, 2022

Seattle-based guitarist Bill Horist has played on dozens of records and has performed throughout North and Central America, Europe and Japan; collaborating with numerous leading lights in a beguiling range of genres. Perhaps best known for his prepared guitar treatments, his work is widely regarded alongside masters like Fred Frith and Keith Rowe. He has […]

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Till the Teeth

June 9, 2022

Till the Teeth is Sandesh Nagaraj and Jonathan Rodriguez. Till the Teeth is a Seattle based duo. Till the Teeth is an amalgamation of musical and non-musical experiences. 2022-23 New Media Gallery (with Whitney Lynn and Barry Olusegun-Noble Despenza): Time Kills

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Wei Yang

March 2, 2022

Wei Yang is a composer/sound artist from China. He works with different mediums, through which he often contemplates the body’s role in sound production, sound in space, as well as the integration of various data from the performance environment (reverberation, light, etc.). Wei composes both instrumental and electronic music, and builds performative systems that allow […]

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Tiffany Lin

January 26, 2022

Tiffany Lin is a pianist and toy pianists whose projects have ranged from traditional performances on piano and toy pianos to installations featuring re-constructed pianos. Tiffany performs in venues in the US and Europe, her work has been recognized and supported by the Montalvo Center for the Arts, Seattle’s Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, […]

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Greg Sinibaldi

June 7, 2021

Saxophonist and composer Greg Sinibaldi has established himself as one of his generations most inventive musicians, embracing a diverse musical world. Often described as a musicians’s musician, he can be found performing with his own groups, playing in metal bands, or developing new musical sounds with the EWI, he brings a characteristic and unique voice […]

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Kaliane Van

May 10, 2021

Kaliane Van (They/Them, She/Her) (pronounced: Call-Lee-Anne) has a penchant for conducting catchy chaos and a predilection for alliteration and synthesized syntax. They have lived 24 years around the sun, and do so to the beat of their own drum. As a self-taught multi-instrumentalist who studied audio technology through Fairhaven College at Western Washington University, they […]

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Russell Duke

October 16, 2020

Russell Duke is an academic and experimental sound composer who recently completed his doctorate at the University of Greenwich. He has a BA in Politics and Sociology and a MA in Media, Art Philosophy and Practice. His PhD thesis entitled, Noise Practice in the Digital Age, explores the use of noise in sound composition and […]

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Amy Denio

August 24, 2020

Amy Denio is a composer, improviser, singer, and multi-instrumentalist whose main instruments are voice, alto saxophone, clarinet, accordion, electric guitar, and bass. She was inducted into the Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame in March 2015. She also is a record producer. Since 1988 she has performed throughout East & West Europe and North America. She […]

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Steve Roden

July 29, 2020

Steve Roden is a visual and sound artist from Los Angeles, living in Pasadena. His work includes painting, drawing, sculpture, film/video, sound installation, text and performance. Roden’s working process uses various forms of specific notation (words, musical scores, maps, etc.) and translates them through self invented systems into scores, which then influence the process of […]

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