Alex Dupuis, Flyying Colors, Big Bend, and a&h

May 23, 2019 @ 9:00 pm – May 24, 2019 @ 1:00 am
AS220 Main Stage
115 Empire Street

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Alex Dupuis: Animator, composer, and performer working primarily with generative video and audio systems.

Flyying Colors:

Big Bend: Big Bend’s primary songwriter is Nathan Phillips, an Ohio native. His mother sang in operas and musicals while her father, a 12-tone composer, taught music in Cincinnati, before she moved to Mansfield, where Nathan grew up playing piano. Her voice is featured on Radish, Big Bend’s second release. In addition to his solo keyboard and vocal work, Nathan has supported bands like Julianna Barwick, Qasim Naqvi, and, as a member of Youngstown’s The Building, The War On Drugs.

a&h: Originally hailing from Richmond, VA Saxophonist/Improvisor/Composer Craig Schenker began his musical career in the experimental music scene in Nashville, TN. His musical journey has found him collaborating in projects covering a broad musical realm ranging from the quiet musings of introspective chamber rock trio Arclyte to the confrontational punk/jazz of Square People to minimalist accompaniment for Megan Chu’s dance choreography to the ambient/drone work of Ancient Ocean. Now living in Brooklyn, NY he is an active member of the instrumental noise rock outfit Drunken Sufis and drone/free jazz trio M/S/T. M/S/T released it’s self titled debut album earlier this year on MoonVillain Records: He is currently working on completing a solo saxophone album fusing ambient soundscapes and folk traditions recorded at a residency in Marquette, Nebraska this past September.