Experimental Music Series at the AGYU
2004 through 2006

Words and chords
21 January 2004

Poetry/Spoken word and Musical Performances featuring Sook-Yin Lee, Wendy Braithwaite (Motion), Sheila Heti.

25 March 2004

A solo performance by Daniel Olson consists of a series of manipulations of items familiar to Olson’s work.

18 May 2004

A collaborative musical performance by SMASH AND TEENY featuring Nilan Perera on altered electric guitar and effects and Sarah Peebles playing the shô (Japanese mouth organ) in a computer assisted performance with acclaimed saxophonist John Butcher. This event also celebrates the double CD Release of Gathering, featuring John Butcher.

Sulieman Warwar and Bassam Bishara
13 October 2004

A performance by accomplished percussionist Sulieman Warwar and renowned oud player Bassam Bishara.

John Oswald
12 January 2005

A performance by world-famous plunderphonic maestro and composer John Oswald.

Anne Sulikowski and Jeff Sinibaldi with General Chaos Visuals
24 February 2005

A performance by Hamilton-based Anne Sulikowski, and Fonthill-based guitarist Jeff Sinibaldi with General Chaos Visuals. Performance occured at Mercer Union.

18 May 2005

A performance featuring Toronto-based electroacoustic trio quasiMODAL, includes cellist cheryl o, synthesist/pianist Steven Suave, and guitarist Michael Keith.

Tim Postgate and Ben Grossman
1 March 2006

A performance by Toronto-based guitarist, jazz composer, and band-leader Tim Postgate with percussion and hurdy-gurdy player Ben Grossman.

Ken Aldcroft’s Convergence Ensemble
31 May 2006

A debut AGYU performance of Ken Aldcroft’s Convergence Ensemble, comprised of Ken Aldcroft (guitar), Evan Shaw (saxophone), Scotte Thompson (trombone), Wes Neal (bass), and Joe Sorbara (drums).

Myk Freedman and Eric Chanaux
8 June 2006

A performance of two of Toronto’s consummate improvisers; Myk Freedman (lapsteel) and Eric Chanaux (guitar).




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