8/29, Public Assembly: MURAL | Delicate Sen | Hall/Wooley/Yeh trio | Reed Evan Rosenberg

This coming Monday, the 29th, Delicate Sen is performing on an extra, extra special evening of music at Public Assembly in Brooklyn.

MURAL is a trio consisting of Australian windplayer Jim Denley with Norwegians Kim Myhr and Ingar Zach. They have performed since 2007 and released the critically acclaimed “Nectars of Emergence” on SOFA in january 2010. MURAL is a transparent orchestra, aiming for clarity and precision unafraid of static patterns they may encounter in the flux. There are chords, melodies and rhythms but hopefully free of clichéd systems. This is music that is constantly coming-into-being and never predictable in what it will discover. The group performed at the Rothko Chapel in Houston, Texas in march 2010, a concert that was recorded by Ryan Edwards. In August 2011 the group is now returning to the States for a release tour of “MURAL Live at the Rothko Chapel,” which is being released on Rothko Chapel Publications.

Delicate Sen is the trio of Billy Gomberg (synthesizers), Anne Guthrie (french horn), and Richard Kamerman (percussion). Individually, the three have collaborated with a broad array of players in improvisation, new music, noise, electronica, and rock ‘n’ roll and worked with labels including Engraved Glass, Digitalis, Students of Decay, Experimedia, Obsolete Units, HOMOPHONI, Copy For Your Records, and more.

Nate Wooley, Ben Hall, C. Spencer Yeh continue their collective search as a trio for a musical place that inhabits the increasing density of their influences. Their music is the dark spot on the Venn diagram where noise, british improv tradition, contemporary classical music, electronic music, drone, and free jazz intersect.

Reed Evan Rosenberg is an American multidisciplinary artist working primarily in sound. He programs various digital instruments for each specific project on which he embarks, encompassing the areas of improvised electronic music, extreme computer music, and installation art. Recent projects include an in depth study of chaotic synthesis using Boris Chirikov’s Standard Map and a musical system using the boids algorithm which simulates the flocking patterns of birds and was most famously implemented in the CG of Jurassic Park.

Here’s the official event listing:
http://www.publicassemblynyc.com/?wtpage=event&id=719

Public Assembly is located at:
70 N 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211

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