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New Haven Improvisers Collective at Firehouse 12

Where

Firehouse 12
45 Crown St.
New Haven, CT
203-785-0468

When

Sat, November 22, 2014
8:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-11-22 8:30 pm 2014-11-22 New Haven Improvisers Collective at Firehouse 12 The New Haven Improvisers Collective returns to Firehouse 12 for its 10th year in a row for a showcase of new music.

This year’s edition celebrates the eponymous release of a new CD by ELECTRONHIC. Listen here: http://music.nhic-records.com/

ELECTRONHIC is driven by Chapman Stick and Drums, with comments, noise, electronics, saxophones, whistles and guitars.

The group started with a directive to keep still and leave space. The music was allowed to present itself and breathe without being forced. Motion gradually crept in and flourished with rhythms and energetic counterpoint, but open space remained. On the recording and as the group continues to move, space is especially evident in certain pieces, but it remains an important element even in the pieces that veer towards avant-rock.

This performance will feature mostly new music, highlighting the further evolution of the group.

$15 gets you into both sets at 8:30 and 10pm

ELECTRONHIC is

Brett Bottomley - Chapman Stick
Jeff Cedrone - Guitar, Keys, Electronics
Bob Gorry - Guitar, Electronics
Paul McGuire – Saxophones, whistles, and old instruments
Peter Riccio – Drums and percussion

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Tickets

$15

Musicians

New Haven Improvisers Collective
Bob Gorry
Bob Gorry
guitar
Jeff Cedrone

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The New Haven Improvisers Collective returns to Firehouse 12 for its 10th year in a row for a showcase of new music.

This year’s edition celebrates the eponymous release of a new CD by ELECTRONHIC. Listen here: http://music.nhic-records.com/

ELECTRONHIC is driven by Chapman Stick and Drums, with comments, noise, electronics, saxophones, whistles and guitars.

The group started with a directive to keep still and leave space. The music was allowed to present itself and breathe without being forced. Motion gradually crept in and flourished with rhythms and energetic counterpoint, but open space remained. On the recording and as the group continues to move, space is especially evident in certain pieces, but it remains an important element even in the pieces that veer towards avant-rock....

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Bob Gorry uploaded this event on October 31, 2014