locationthe luggage storedateThursday, Mar 2, 2006 8:00 PM

$6-10 sliding scale donation

no one refused for lack of funds

8pm: Alexander Kort (electric cello) with Marty Dowers (reeds) and Christopher Fleeger (electronics)

9pm: Son of Gunnar, Ton of Shel
with  Steini Gunnarson (Iceland/Oakland): Guitar/Laptop
Aram Shelton (Chicago): Saxophone/Laptop

Son of Gunnar, Ton of Shel

Christopher Fleeger makes
use of the computer as a tool for cataloging timbre and establishing a musical neural network. Using gestural sensors and touch panels, he
controls custom software written in various computer music systems. Field recordings and live input/microphones are the basis for much of
his performance material. Fleeger’s current work is “Barpieces, Computer Music Inventions”, a collaboration with composer, Charles Engstrom.

Steini from Iceland playing guitar and processing via Pd, Aram from Florida by way of Chicago playing wind instruments and processing via
MSP. Their music is improvised and balances between the acoustic realm and the electronic, the electronics tend to blur the line of what is
acoustic and what is not. An exploration of the mix between warm and cold climates.