Defined by human activities, places are ever-changing, ever-decaying, and always being reborn, often through collective action and collaboration. From Space to Place features projects from local, national and international artists and designers that reexamine place and one's relationship to it. The projects are a result of collaborative and individual efforts to interpret and investigate the phenomena of place and placemaking—the transformation of a space into that which has a distinct identity.
Featuring CookKIT from 7pm-10pm outside Regis
Parallel Hypothetical from 7pm-10pm at Rapson Hall
Identity of the Moment, a live performance by Anna Carlson & Joey Crane at 8pm at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery
I will be performing on the Identity of the Moment exhibit on May 30! It will be a performance art work for alto saxophone and soprano voice (Elizabeth Windnagel) of Joey Crane's piece Jewface in collaboration with fashion designer Anna Carlson. Come check it out!
Happy 100th Birthday to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring! Go celebrate with a riot! Also, check out this amazing video!
Proceeds from the event will provide funding for our 2013-2014 season. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased HERE.
Can't make it to the gala but still want to support our 2013 season? Donations can be made through our GiveMN page HERE and thank you!
Check out the Facebook event HERE.
Visit the Renegade website HERE.
Last month I gave the premiere of two new works which now have recordings online! The first was Jeremy Wagner's ...auf einer grunen aue... for two baritone saxophones which I played with Alex Richards at the CMW concert in the Ted Mann Concert Hall, and the second was Ted Moore's is himself no more for tenor saxophone and super collider which was on the RenegadeEnsemble concert series Into the Woods at Studio Z!
Alex Richards and I will be playing a concert together next Saturday, May 11 at 2PM at the University of Minnesota. It will feature Louder than Words by Don Freund, Caravan by Tanya Anisimova and Dark Rain by Andy Scott. Dark Rain, a double concerto for two saxophones and wind ensemble, will be performed in a reduced version for piano, bass and drum set! Leah Siltberg (p), Lewis Heald (b), and Jeremy Johnston (d) will be helping us out!
Saxophonist, Artist, Listener, Thinker, Teacher, Performer, Curator, Veggie, Reader, Lover of Contemporary Music