Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Fri, Jul 26 2019 7:30 PM

18th Annual Outsound New Music Summit, The Bay Area's Creative Music Festival
Expanding the Rift, a night of exploratory composition and improvisation

<a href='/artist/434/zachary-james-watkins'>Zachary James Watkins</a> & <a href='/artist/25/william-winant'>William Winant</a>Watkins/Winant
Zachary James Watkins & William Winant present sensitive relationships between their respective instrumental colors, the two explore radical form, dynamics and timbre in real time.
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<a href='/artist/254/polly-moller'>Polly Moller</a> Springhorn's Tomography Fortunae Polly Moller Springhorn's Tomography Fortunae
Tom Dambly, Tom Djll, Tom DiMuzio, Tom Duff, Tom Nunn, Tom Scandura, Tom Weeks
A three-movement graphic score for seven musicians named Tom, by Polly Moller Springhorn. The intention of this piece is to combine the Fortunate Numbers with ritual movement and improvisation to bring all the musicians and the audience good fortune.
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At a time when gentrification has already driven thousands of artists and musicians and their audiences out of the Bay Area, it is ever more urgent for Outsound Presents to continue fulfilling its mission by supporting, showcasing, and honoring those beyond categorization, audacious souls who stubbornly remain. The 18th Annual Outsound New Music Summit is a concentrated celebration of the music and its listeners, still independent and volunteer-run in a time of corporate takeover of the City’s music scene and a swiftly homogenizing City culture. The Summit boasts nearly two decades of curatorial experience but the sounds of its artists are still new, challenging, defiant, and uncompromising.

Cost: $18 gen, $15 sen, $12 stu
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Videos featuring musicians playing at this event
Invented Instruments , at the High Zero festival September 22nd 2012 , Baltimore Maryland
Tender Buttons at Second Act, SF, 2016; live video processing by Bill Thibault