NEW MUSIC SERIES, Forms of Things Unknown, P Moller

locationthe luggage storedateMarch 16, 2006

NEW Music Thursdays
sliding scale donation: $6-10
no one refused for lack of funds

8pm: Forms of Things Unknown
9pm: Polly Moller & Company
Polly Moller (flutes), Jon Moreira (guitar)
Jim Carr (bass)

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Forms of Things Unknown is
an electro-acoustic musical project dedicated to pan-idiomatic explorations beyond the pale of sectarian orthodoxies.Led by multi-instrumentalist Ferrara Brain Pan, the new cd, entitled “Cross Purposes”, features music ranging from dark ambient dirge to medieval sacred song to brooding art-rock. See his websitte for more information; Forms of Things Unknown

Polly Moller enjoys a multifaceted career as a performance artist, composer, improviser, chamber musician, and avant-garde flute player. Since 1995, she’s recorded three solo albums and performed in diverse venues all over the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Her recent performances include a Late-Night Cabaret at the National Flute Association’s annual convention. Her gateway performance art workshop has been presented at
the Flute Festival Mid-South, and will be featured at the upcoming Madison (Wisconsin) Flute Club’s Third Annual Flute Fair. Her flute quartet, Remove Before Flight, was commissioned by the Hiller Aviation Museum and premiered in October 2005. It will be performed three times
this April by the Cayenne Flute Quartet in residence at Louisiana State University.

Her spoken word and electronica work, Cold Blood, is currently touring with the 2005 60 x 60 Project presented by the Vox Novus collective. Polly Moller has been awarded grants by the American Composers Forum Subito Program, the American Composers Forum Community Partners Program, and the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts.

Her recordings have been released on Albany Records, Pax Recordings, Mindspore Records, and Silver Wheel Music. She is currently recording her fourth album of original work, Not Made of Stone.