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Simparch and Kevin Drumm

Spec: An Electro-Acoustic Investigation
September 16 – October 28, 2001

 
 
Sun, Sep 16, 20014:00 pm

Opening Reception and Discussion


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Steve Badgett and Matt Lynch of Simparch will talk with Hamza Walker at 5:00 pm.
 
Thu, Oct 4, 20018:00 pm

Concert

Ensemble Noamnesia, Terri Kapsalis and Lou Mallozzi

Admission: free
 
Music by John Cage, featuring the works 'Lecture on Nothing" (performed by Terri Kapsalis) and "Variations II" (performed by Ensemble Noamnesia), also short audio performance works by Lou Mallozzi.
 
Fri, Oct 12, 20018:00 pm

Concert

Chamber and small ensemble works of Salvatore Sciarrino
Ensemble Noamnesia and guest
Vincent Royer (viola) and Paulo Alvares


Admission: free
 
Sat, Oct 13, 20018:00 pm

Concert

Chamber and small ensemble works of Salvatore Sciarrino
Ensemble Noamnesia with Julie Bentley (voice)

Admission: free
 
Including the US premiere of "Infinito nero" for 8 instruments and voice.
 
Thu, Oct 25, 20017:00 pm

Fashion Show

Maggie Hansen

Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Spec's 70 foot bench became the perfect raised runway for the models dressed in University of Chicago student Maggie Hanson's innovative, sometimes whimsical, sometimes edgy, always hip, wearable art. Music for vogueing by DJ Hamza Walker, hair and make-up by Alex Horwitz.
 

   
   
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