On Wednesday, January 29 at 7:30pm, Tom's Place presents
Doug Lynner (analog electronics)
The Amen Seat: Maryclare Brzytwa (flute & elec) and Wobbly (elec)
The second of three nights of the Tom's Place Winter festival
features Doug Lynner (analog modular) and The Amen Seat (Maryclare
Brzytwa and Wobbly.)
Doug Lynner performs, composes and records using vintage and
contemporary analog modular synthesizers, digital and virtual
synthesizers and traditional instruments. Of special note is Doug's
Mystery Serge, an amazingly versatile analog modular synthesizer
designed by West Coast synthesizer pioneer, Serge Tcherepnin.
Created in 1975, the Mystery Serge has been painstakingly conserved
and upgraded and stands more than well in comparison to contemporary
analog modular synthesizers. Its unique design gave rise to 'patch
programmability' the ability to reconfigure a single module for
many different uses by patching it differently.
Doug Lynner's music is based upon the notion of “sound for sound's
sake”. He explores the intrinsic value of sound through mixtures of
ambient, avant garde, rhythmic and soundscape genres.
The Amen Seat is the duo of Maryclare Brzytwa and Wobbly (Jon
MaryClare Brzytwa is a multi-instrumental composer/performer based
in San Francisco California . Specializing in electronic music,
improvisation and flute, she draws from experimental, jazz, computer
music, free improvised and pop.
Wobbly has been producing music since 1990, mostly by radical
processing of sampled recordings, but recently also playing Boopers
with other members of Negativland.
All presented in glorious 2.0 stereo, featuring our new speaker stands!
Thursday will be the last day of the Tom's Place Winter Festival,
featuring solo electronic performances by ruidobello (Jorge Bachmann)
and Alessandro Cortini. It will also herald the end of this torrent
of concert announcements. (Only one more to go!)
Admission: donation. All proceeds go directly to the musicians.
Doors open at 7:00. Wheelchair accessible.
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