John Zorn: Hu Die & Jang Mi Hee

Friday, April 8, 1988. 9:00 pm
Two shows, this night only at 9:00 and 11:00. From John Zorn’s project called New Traditions of East Asian Bar Bands: “Hu Die” […]

Ned Rothenberg

Thursday, April 7, 1988. 9:00 pm
Reedman spins wind with guests, goggles recommended.

Ben Neill

Wednesday, April 6, 1988. 9:00 pm
Three-belled observations for composer Ben Neill’s mutantrumpet and electronics with soprano Dora Ohrenstein, Don Yallech on percussion, […]

Craig Harris

Sunday, March 27, 1988. 9:00 pm
The trombonist in a trio using instruments of Eastern and Western origin including didjeridu, sax, wooden flutes, strings, and percussion, with […]

David First & The World Casio Quartet

Friday, March 25, 1988. 9:00 pm
“Sad Grace Monarchy”, a resolution of conflicting temperaments for his large ensemble featuring Jill Burton and the World Casio […]

Borah Bergman

Thursday, March 24, 1988. 9:00 pm
“Upside Down Bridges 1988” for piano solo, a goodbye to ancient assumptions about fingers and ears.

Ikue Mori/Doug Henderson

Wednesday, March 23, 1988. 9:00 pm
Solos for drumming and drum machine played by Ikue Mori, and the duo “Spline Drive Rotary Hammer”, Doug Henderson on […]

Llorenç Barber

Sunday, March 20, 1988. 9:00 pm
From Spain, the composer/pianist/critic/chronicler/teacher/organizer/performer using suspended bowls, bells, and harmonium. Llorenç Barber is […]

Guy Klucevsek

Saturday, March 19, 1988. 9:00 pm
“Ain’t Nothin’ But A Post-Modern Dance Band”, the composer/accordionist leads Anthony Coleman, David Seidel, and Bobby […]

Monica Maye

Friday, March 18, 1988. 9:00 pm
“Bedtime Story for a Sleepless Night”, a solo performance for voice, tape, slides, and decor, from Minneapolis. To see full program, […]