For those of you in the New York region, you’re cordially invited to two sets of original music tonight in the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn. Evan will be performing with the Hollis Headrick Quintet at the Inkwell Cafe. Jazz, Soundpainting, and accordion licks will all be in the mix. As this is the last performance of the summer series, do swing by if you’re in the area. Details below.
Hollis Headrick Quintet
Thursday, July 22, 8-10:30 pm
PLG Arts Jazz at the Ink Well
408 Rogers Ave, between Sterling Street and Lefferts Avenue
$5 admission supports the performers and PLG Arts.
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or visit www.plgarts.org
Hollis Headrick (drums) Evan Mazunik (accordion/Soundpainter) Rob Henke (trumpet) Rolf Sturm (guitar) Ryan Kotler (bass)
Many thanks to all who made this summer’s Soundpainting Think Tank in Bordeaux a ton of fun and productive to boot. Here’s a video from an outdoor performance – although I wasn’t there for this, it captures a bit of the zany, playful spirit of the think tank:
Vodpod videos no longer available.
Back in October, we announced the digital release of ZAHA’s new album, Shoot the Sun.
This record is now available for free download here. Give it a listen, and, if you’re a fan, donate via the PayPal button on the right sidebar, or head on over to CDBaby to purchase a copy.
Check out a scintillating review of the last Mysterium show at Spike Hill, courtesy of Cherre Franco (Undisclosed Locations).
Mysterium will be performing again on Nov 23 at Roulette in NYC. Stay tuned for more Soundpainting goodness…
Many thanks to all who made this year’s Soundpainting Think Tank in Woodstock, NY, a real clambake. As you can see, we maintained a rigorous post-lunch workout routine (thanks to Dor for the photo). And thanks to Iselin, Leese, Jeannot, and Sonja for joining in on the moves. Exercise DVD, anyone?
For more information on the Soundpainting sign language, visit www.soundpainting.com
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