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Audiopollination 55.2

October- 20th

What has become a fantastic annual Audiopollination tradition- Michael Snow and Diane Roblin will be teaming up again for a double piano set + the one and only great Nobi Kubota is doing a solo set. Event art- by Jamie Thompson (thanks Jamie)
$10
Starts at 8pm on the dot
set 1. Nobi Kubota (voice)

Nubuo Kubota – Set 1 Audiopollination 55.2 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

Set 2. Michael Snow (piano) and Diane Roblin (piano)

Michael Snow & Diane Roblin – Set 2 Piece 1 Audiopollination 55.2 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

Michael Snow and Diane Roblin Set 2 Piece 2 Audiopollination 55.2 from Arraymusic on Vimeo.

 

 

Audiopollination #35.3

Saturday Oct 24th: Audiopollination #35.3

Array Space 8pm #10 or pwyc

event art by Jamie Thompson

event art by Jamie Thompson

Audiopollination in association with Array Space presents Audiopollination #35.3: a night of improvised/spontaneous/ instantly composed music

1. KRB = Karen Ng (sax), Raphael Roter (percussion) and Bea Labikova (Sax/Fujara)

2.  Nobi Kubota (voice)

3. Michael Snow (piano) and Diane Roblin (piano)

4. John Kamevaar (percussion), Michael Snow and Diane Roblin

Audiopollination #28.1

Audiopollination #28.1: Sunday March 1st 2015 @ Array Space @ 8pm

event photo by Jamie Thompson
event photo by Jamie Thompson

Somewhere There in association with Array Music presents Audiopollination 28.1

SET ONE: Bill Gilliam (piano) and Glen Hall (Kyma X, electroacoustic sounds, saxophone, flutes and bass clarinet) performing improvised duets rearranging acoustic molecules and other imaginary re-compositions.

SET TWO: Michael Snow (piano), Nobi Kubota (vocals), Diane Roblin (piano) This concert is dedicated to the Artist Jazz Band. After an introduction and comment on the effect the AJB had on them, they play along with TAPIOCA, a tune the AJB recorded at Gord Rayner’s Studio on Spadina in the 70’s. Following this, Michael Snow and Diane Roblin improvise as a duo.

Improvisuals by John Creson and Adam Rosen

Sound recorded and mastered by Ted Phillips