A special night of audiopollination with visiting musician Zheng-Ting Wang (sheng and flute) improvising with Toronto locals
Doors at 7:30 – music at 8pm Array Space (155 walnut Ave)
Set 1: Zheng-Ting Wang and Casey Sokol (piano)
Set 2: Zheng-Ting Wang, Glen Hall (flute), Sarah Peebles – sho & crackle box (small electronics), Doug Van Nort (greis/electronics) and Casey Sokol (prepared piano)
Set 3: Zheng-Ting Wang, Rick Sacks (percussion), Olivia Shortt (baritone sax), and Doug Van Nort (greis/electronics)
artwork for audiopollination 31.3 by Jamie Thompson
Audiopollination, AIM Toronto and Circuit, in association with Somewhere There and Array Space presents a night of improvised/spontaneous/instantly composed music featuring Kathryn Ladano (bass clarinet)
Kathryn Ladano is one of Canada’s premiere bass clarinetists. She is a specialist of contemporary music and free improvisation and has performed as a soloist and chamber musician across Canada and abroad. Several works have been composed for her and her ensembles from some of Canada’s most distinguished composers. Kathryn holds a masters degree in bass clarinet performance from the University of Calgary and an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in music from the University of Waterloo. Her performance instructors have included Stan Climie, Tilly Kooyman and world-renowned bass clarinetist and improviser, Lori Freedman. Kathryn has participated in workshops and masterclasses from world-renowned musicians such as bass clarinetist Harry Sparnaay and legendary improviser and percussionist, Eddie Prévost. Kathryn has studied Electroacoustic Composition with Richard Windeyer and Jazz improvisation with Sundar Viswanathan and has also performed with internationally known musicians and improvisers such as Douglas Ewart, Richard Robeson, Ed Sarath, Billy Satterwhite, Michael Jefry Stevens, and Dong-Won Kim.