Elliott Levin, Kathleen Kim ft. Mark Dresser, Joe Baiza, Corey Fogel, Eric Revis, Guillermo E. Brown + DJ Richard Edson and his incredible collection of sounds

Elliott Levin, Kathleen Kim ft. Mark Dresser, Joe Baiza, Corey Fogel, Eric Revis, Guillermo E. Brown + DJ Richard Edson and his incredible collection of sounds

Mark Dresser, Joe Baiza, Corey Fogel, Eric Revis, Kathleen Kim, Guillermo E. Brown, DJ Richard Edson

Mon · October 29, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$0.00

This event is 21 and over

Elliott Levin
Elliott Levin
Elliott Levin is a Philadelphia born and based poet and musician. He studied musical and literary composition at the University of Oregon. He has done further studies with Michael Guerra of the Phila. Orchestra; Cecil Taylor, pianist, composer, poet; Claire Polin, flutist composer; and Odean Pope, saxophonist, composer. Elliott has performed throughout the world with such groups as the Cecil Taylor Ensemble, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes, New Ghost, Interplay, Talking Free Be-Bop, Odean Pope's Saxophone Choir, Don Preston's Akashic Ensemble, Cee-Knowledge & The Cosmic Funk Orchestra, Alan Silva's Sound Vision Orchestra. He has collaborated in performance with many poets including Miguel Algarin, Bob Holman, Gloria Tropp, Reg. E. Gaines, John Sinclair, Butch Morris' CHORUS OF POETS, Wil Perkins, Frank Messina and David Amram. His original music and poetry can be found on the recordings: OLDUVAI MUSIC ("Or-Om-You'll-Us" 1978), and ILTAR ("Ewe-Doh-Noh-What-Fo'-Kiss" 1979), on TIWA Records. He was the associate producer, composer, and performer for the compilations: POETRY IN PHILADELPHIA (1989), and MUSIC FROM PHILADELPHIA (1990). As producer, composer, performer, in 1990 and 1992, he created two internationally broadcast features for New American Radio.
In 1993 "Whose Myth...?" was used as the title and as the featured work in a multi-disciplinary event sponsored by The Watts Towers Cultural Center in LA. "Huan" is a poetic/musical duet performed and recorded at The Berlin Total Music Meeting with Cecil Taylor in 1996. "A Bleak, Stark Beauty", and "Northern Liberties" were performed and recorded for The Fire In The Valley Festival in Amherst, Mass. with The Jackson Krall Quintet (1996). THE MOTION OF EMOTION CD was released by the Elliott Levin Quartet in 1998 on CIMP, followed by A FINE INTENSITY, SOUL-ETUDE, ON IN ONONDAGA (Opportunities and Advantages). NEW GHOST: LIVE UPSTAIRS AT NICK'S was released by ESP-Disk in 2006. His first book of poetry, "does it swing?" was published in 1996 by Heat Press of LA. Elliott Levin's musical and poetic inspirations are drawn form the roots of American forms of jazz and blues (along with many other international, cultural, folk, and classical forms) to grow into the more expansive techniques of the extended compositional and improvisational directions of modern innovators such as Cecil Taylor, Sun RA, Frank Zappa, and Don Van Vliet, to cite a few sources of inspiration. For the past 25 years, he has been intimately involved in the integral interplay of the language of music, and the music of language.
Mark Dresser
Mark Dresser
American double bass player and composer, born 26 September 1952 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Joe Baiza
Joe Baiza
Best known as the guitarist for Saccharine Trust. After Saccharine Trust's 1986 break up, Joe led the Universal Congress Of.
Corey Fogel
Corey Fogel
Corey Fogel is a drummer and artist currently living in Los Angeles, CA. His practice is based in momentary encounters, often involving the intersection of sounds, objects, textiles, foods and frequently include collaboration with other musicians and artists. Fogel engages the viewer to considering sound as a medium on par with paint and cellulose, a constant in our daily lives. Through his work he challenges us to consider the contexts in which we create, store and understand sound.
Eric Revis
Eric Revis
American jazz bassist and composer, born May 31, 1967, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Kathleen Kim
Kathleen Kim
Kathleen Kim is an experimental musician and composer with a background in improvisation, avant jazz and classical theories. Her solo work primarily uses extended violin and voice to create musical abstractions that provoke shared human emotions and experiences. Kathleen's current collaborative projects include avant jazz chamber ensemble LA Fog and experimental duo SheKhan. She has performed in a wide range of music and art contexts including the openings of the 2012 Whitney Biennial and the 2017 Venice Biennale. She studied with Yusef Lateef and Jim Nadel, and has collaborated with a diverse group of improv musicians and sound artists.
Guillermo E. Brown
Guillermo E. Brown
American jazz (free jazz style) drummer.
Born : May 03, 1974 in New Haven, Connecticut.

Guillermo performed or recorded with: Matthew Shipp, David S. Ware, George Lewis and others.
Venue Information:
Zebulon
2478 N Fletcher Dr
Los Angeles, CA, 90039
http://zebulon.la/