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  • 6:00 PMVision Driven Artists Series Monthly Workshops
  • Thumb rotunda vdc 4x6 frontweb 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    The Rotunda & Vision Driven Consulting are teaming up to bring resources and capacity-building workshops to  

    curators and self-producing artists from any discipline.  

    Workshops will be held: 

    2nd Monday of each month beginning in November,

    6:00 – 8:00pm at The Rotunda (4014 Walnut St, Philadelphia)

    All workshops in the series are FREE and OPEN to the public, but please sign up in advance HERE to secure your spot! 

    WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

    Nonprofit, LLC, or Fiscal Sponsorship (November 9th, 6-8pm)

    • Discuss the pros and cons of various structures – pool experiences and get new ideas

    • Craft your mission statement to determine the structure that best suits your practice

    • Sole-proprietor, LLC, 501(c)3: understand the structures and how your projects fit into them

    2016 Planning (December 14th, 6-8pm)

    • Plan your upcoming year of work 

    • Identify your goals and break them into achievable tasks

    • Plot your tasks on a timeline for 2016

    Fundraising Basics (January 11th, 6-8pm)

    • Learn the language of fundraising 

    • Maximize opportunities beyond grants to support your projects

    • Brainstorm actual fundraising ideas for your work

    Grant Writing – Beginner  (February 8th, 6-8pm)

    • Demystify the language and process behind grant writing

    • Receive tools for finding grants 

    • Read actual grant proposals to learn common mistakes and important proposal components 

    Grant Writing – Intermediate (March 14th, 6-8pm)

    • Review aspects of a strong grant proposal

    • Practice writing an actual grant 

    • Receive feedback on your draft proposal 

    Real Budgeting for Real Work (April 11th, 6-8pm)

    • Look at sample budgets and learn how to interpret the story behind the numbers 

    • Create a budget tailored to your goals for 2016

    • How to assemble a project budget for potential funders

    Crowdfunding 101 (May 9th, 6-8pm)

    • Learn how to tell if crowdfunding is right for your project or if it is not

    • Discover the pros and cons of various crowdfunding platforms

    • Receive a crowdfunding workbook to help you plan a campaign

    Getting New Projects off the Ground (June 13th, 6-8pm)

    • Identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and potential threats of a new project 

    • Think through the components of your project and its goals 

    • Hone in on the details of your program or project and begin a draft project plan

    Getting People to Show Up (July 11th, 6-8pm)

    • Learn new techniques for building an audience, recruiting volunteers, and reaching your ideal participant

    • Troubleshoot issues with audience development that you may have had in the past

    • Identify tangible ways to keep people coming back in the future

    Balancing Your Practice (August 8th, 6-8pm)

    • Identify places of (im)balance in your practice

    • Discuss health, wellness, and your work

    • Share and obtain tools for successful time management

    Developing Campus/Community Collaborations (September 12th, 6-8pm)

    • Hear stories of successful campus and community collaborations

    • Learn how to find campus and community partners

    • Avoid common problems and learn how to build mutually beneficial partnerships

    Goal Identification & Measurement (October 10th, 6-8pm)

    • Identify what you want to achieve in your projects

    • Incorporate critical feedback and self-reflection into your arts practice

    • Brainstorm and receive tools for measuring success

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  • 5:00 PM#IncompleteCell, a documentary on sickle cell
  • Thumb incompletecell 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM featured in NBC News, The Black Urban Suburban Magazine, Scoop USA and The Philadelphia Tribune Newspaper #IncompleteCell A genuine esoteric look at what sickle cell is, and how it affects not only the individual, but the community This film has been made possible through the gracious support of Sickle Cell Disease Association ofAmerica: Philadelphia/Delaware Vally Chapter, Philadelphia Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, UrbanSuburban Magazine, Emerging Film Collective, The Garner Group LLC, the Staff/Faculty/Students of theBaldi School. Fiscal sponsorship has been provided by Imani Star Development inc. , a 501(C) 3 nonprofittax exempt organization.from the direction of Nazir K. Alstonhttp://nkacreations.weebly.comAdmission is FREE
  • 6:30 PMTo Be Young, Black, And Gifted: Words 2 Life Of Fathers To Sons
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM National Black Arts Spoken Word TourPresentsTo Be Young, Black, And Gifted: Words 2 Life Of Fathers To SonsShowtimes:  6:30pm and 8:00pm  A performance poetry staged adaptation about the redemption of fatherhood and urbanized boyhood based upon the popular book and spoken word record release entitled "Second Born Son.” Written and adapted by Cali Starks, an Atlanta based emerging actor who has made appearance for radio and television and toured nationally to Georgia, Mississippi, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee, California, Washington, D.C., Texas, Pennsylvania, amongst other locales. Mr. Starks has starred in the critically acclaimed Hurricane Katrina dramatic play "Wade  in the Water" at the National Black Theatre in New York, the popular play "Oh God Please Send Me a Do Right Man," "From Ancient to Hip Hop" at the National African-American Student Leadership Conference and other national touring productions.  He has produced spoken word CD's from poets who have appeared on cable networks such as HBO, TV One, BET and the Black Family Channel.  His bestselling books and CD releases continue to receive much acclaim since previewing during broadcast media appearances for the NBC Network affiliate and on the Black College Radio Network.  Mr Starks has worked extensively inside juvenile programs mentoring teaching, and tutoring in Philadelphia and Atlanta, with Morehouse School Of Medicine. His latest first person arts/solo performance will kick off a national tour in Philadelphia during January 2016 and is relevant for school aged children, adults and their families.Showtimes:  6:30pm and 8:00pmFor more information contact 267-230-0317,  267-505-1756, or mauricebrianhenderson@yahoo.com$10 Donation per show
  • 8:00 PMTo Be Young, Black, And Gifted: Words 2 Life Of Fathers To Sons
  • 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM National Black Arts Spoken Word TourPresentsTo Be Young, Black, And Gifted: Words 2 Life Of Fathers To SonsShowtimes:  6:30pm and 8:00pm  A performance poetry staged adaptation about the redemption of fatherhood and urbanized boyhood based upon the popular book and spoken word record release entitled "Second Born Son.” Written and adapted by Cali Starks, an Atlanta based emerging actor who has made appearance for radio and television and toured nationally to Georgia, Mississippi, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee, California, Washington, D.C., Texas, Pennsylvania, amongst other locales. Mr. Starks has starred in the critically acclaimed Hurricane Katrina dramatic play "Wade  in the Water" at the National Black Theatre in New York, the popular play "Oh God Please Send Me a Do Right Man," "From Ancient to Hip Hop" at the National African-American Student Leadership Conference and other national touring productions.  He has produced spoken word CD's from poets who have appeared on cable networks such as HBO, TV One, BET and the Black Family Channel.  His bestselling books and CD releases continue to receive much acclaim since previewing during broadcast media appearances for the NBC Network affiliate and on the Black College Radio Network.  Mr Starks has worked extensively inside juvenile programs mentoring teaching, and tutoring in Philadelphia and Atlanta, with Morehouse School Of Medicine. His latest first person arts/solo performance will kick off a national tour in Philadelphia during January 2016 and is relevant for school aged children, adults and their families.Showtimes:  6:30pm and 8:00pmFor more information contact 267-230-0317,  267-505-1756, or mauricebrianhenderson@yahoo.com$10 Donation per show
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  • 8:00 PMTHE DEVILS (1971/111 minutes) and WOMEN IN LOVE (1969/131 minutes) pres. by Andrew's Video Vault
  • 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM Andrew's Video Vault at The RotundaFREE Screenings Continuous From 8 PMon the Second THURSDAY of Every Month!Since 2004, Andrew’s Video Vault is a free, once-a-month screening series at the Rotunda in West Philadelphia. Andrew’s Video Vault programs original, obscure, neglected, marginalized and commercially unavailable video media. It connects the West Philly neighborhood to the University of Pennsylvania community and fosters a multicultural examination of motion pictures in a relaxed, educational setting. This program is made possible through the generous support of the Cinema Studies Program and The Rotunda at the University of Pennsylvania. This project is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts program of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Support also provided by PECO. This program is administered regionally by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.  JANUARY 14PASOLINI (2014 / 84 minutes)Willem Dafoe is the titular moviemaker in director Abel Ferrara’s look at the famous Italian film director’s last days and violent death.THE HAWKS AND THE SPARROWS [Uccellacci e uccellini] (1966 / 91 minutes)Pier Paolo Pasolini’s personal favorite among his films is a political allegory where a father and son discuss politics and philosophy as they wander a surreal landscape and hear a profound parable told by a crow.Guest Host and Curator: Dan Buskirk of Phawker.com & the Fun 2 Know podcast  FEBRUARY 11Celebrate British actor Oliver Reed’s birthday with a double feature of two of his most acclaimed and controversial films with director Ken Russell.THE DEVILS (1971/111 minutes)Based on real events in medieval France, this film follows a headstrong Roman Catholic priest who is accused of black magic by the disturbed women of a local convent as Cardinal Richelieu tries to gain political power from Louis XIII. Co-stars Vanessa Redgrave.WOMEN IN LOVE (1969/131 minutes)In an almost equally graphic Russell/Reed collaboration, two couples on a joint honeymoon undergo the battle of the sexes.Guest Host and Curator: Samm Deighan of film blog Satanic Pandemonium  MARCH 10L’ORFEO [Orpheus] (2006 / 170 minutes)Postmodernism meets the Baroque in Trisha Brown’s staging of Claudio Monteverdi’s opera. Brown’s hypnotic choreography walks a fine line between dance and theater, and creates overarching patterns and structures that sweep through the entire ensemble of performers. A total symbiosis of music, text and movement.Guest Hosts and Curators: Megan Bridge and Peter Price of fidget  APRIL 14BLACK VENUS [Venus Noire] (2010 / 159 minutes)From the director of Blue is the Warmest Color, Abdellatif Kechiche’s drama Black Venus is about Sarah Baartman, a.k.a. The Hottentot Venus. Baartman was exhibited as a freak show attraction in 19th century Europe and lived a life that was unbefitting for even the vilest of human creatures.Guest Host and Curator: Mike Dennis of Reelblack Cinema  MAY 12Hal Ashby double feature!
LOOKIN’ TO GET OUT (1982 / 120 minutes)Ashby’s recently unearthed director’s cut strongly bolsters his comic drama about two down-on-their-luck New Yorkers who retreat to Vegas in a scheme pay to off their debts. Starring Jon Voight and Burt Young, with Ann-Margret as the old girlfriend and Bert Remsen as a card-counting ace.SECOND HAND HEARTS (1981 / 102 minutes)Ashby’s barely-released comedy features Robert Blake (In Cold Blood, Lost Highway) and Barbara Harris (Freaky Friday) as newly-weds on a road trip to collect her children from disapproving in-laws. With Shirley Stoler and music from Texas cult star, Willis Alan Ramsey.Guest Host and Curator: Dan Buskirk of Phawker.com & the Fun 2 Know podcast  JUNE 9SLADE IN FLAME (1975 / 91 minutes)British glam giants Slade star in this rise and fall story of a late 1960s rock band crushed by the wheels of commerce. In 2007, BBC film critic Mark Kermode called this movie, the “Citizen Kane of rock musicals.”OIL CITY CONFIDENTIAL (2009 / 104 minutes)Director Julian Temple (of the Sex Pistols documentary, The Filth & the Fury) creates a flashy and enormously entertaining documentary about the brief reign of the British bar band, Dr. Feelgood. Born in the dead-end seaside resort island/oil port of Canvay, this gang of eccentrics rise from their seedy roots to conquer London in a true tale peppered with haunted landscapes and clips of rare black and white British gangster films.Guest Host and Curator: Dan Buskirk of Phawker.com & the Fun 2 Know podcast  JULY 14WHITE COMANCHE (1968 / 93 minutes)Director Jose Briz Mendez’s Spanish production features William Shatner in a dual role: the cowboy Johnny Moon and his unhinged twin brother, Notah. Notah’s peyote-fueled vision that he is the Comanche Messiah puts him on a collision course with his estranged brother.CLEARCUT (1991 / 100 minutes)Polish director Ryszard Bugajski directs this unusual Canadian-shot environmentalist revenge fantasy. Dances with Wolves’ Graham Greene plays a Native American spirit who drags a kidnapped logging mill manager into the forest to help him physically understand how a forest feels when it is clearcut.Guest Host and Curator: Dan Buskirk of Phawker.com & the Fun 2 Know podcast  AUGUST 11SWEET REVENGE (1976 / 90 minutes)An early vehicle for the great Stockard Channing, casting her as a car thief and master of disguise whose dream is to buy a Dino Ferrari. With Sam Waterston as the smitten public defender and comic scene stealer Franklyn Ajaye as Channing’s accomplice. Directed by Jerry Schatzberg (Panic in Needle Park) and shot by Vilmos Zsigmond (McCabe & Mrs. Miller).A GORGEOUS GIRL LIKE ME [Une Belle Fille Comme Moi] (1972 / 98 minutes)François Truffaut’s little-seen comedic homage to Howard Hawks and Alfred Hitchcock. Bernadette Lafont plays a young jailed woman accused of killing her father and lover. She recounts her life in flashback to sociologist (André Dussollier) who weakens to her charms.Guest Host and Curator: Dan Buskirk of Phawker.com &the Fun 2 Know podcast  SEPTEMBER 8Experience two of the most extreme cult films about WWII with this double feature.COME AND SEE (1985/140 minutes) A young Russian boy is caught up in the fighting when his village is massacred by Germans. Directed by Elem Klimov.IN A GLASS CAGE (1987/110 minutes). Agusti Villaronga’s revenge drama follows a boy’s revenge on the pedophiliac Nazi scientist who preyed upon him during the war.Guest Host and Curator: Samm Deighan of film blog Satanic Pandemonium  OCTOBER 13Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer True Crime Double FeatureDAHMER (2002/101 minutes)Jeremy Renner gives an unforgettable performance (the highlight of his career, thus far) in David Jacobson’s engrossing, stylish, and solidly executed story of one of America’s most infamous serial killers.JEFF – THE JEFFREY DAHMER FILES (2012/76 minutes)Chris James Thompson’s fascinating experimental documentary combines extensive interviews with one of Dahmer’s neighbors, the chief medical examiner on the case, and the case’s lead detective with re-enactments of some of the more mundane aspects of Dahmer’s life and crimes.Guest Host and Curator: Mike Zaleski  NOVEMBER 10Don Siegel Double FeatureCHARLEY VARRICK (1973/111 minutes)Gripping crime film starring Walter Matthau, in one of his best performances, as a bank robber whose life goes through a series of twists and turns when it turns out his last payload was mafia money. Also stars Felicia Farr, Joe Don Baker and John Vernon.THE BEGUILED (1971 /105 minutes)Bizarre Southern Gothic drama stars Clint Eastwood as an injured Yankee soldier taken in by an all-girls boarding school in Louisiana where things quickly get hot, heavy, humid, and twisted. Also stars Geraldine Page.Guest Host and Curator: Mike Zaleski  DECEMBER 8TOO MUCH JOHNSON (1938/67 minutes)Newly discovered Orson Welles footage—silent, unedited camera rolls from 1938. Originally filmed to accompany the Mercury Theatre’s production of William Gillette’s 1894 comedy Too Much Johnson, but never used. Footage features frequent Welles collaborator, Joseph Cotten.FÅRÖ DOCUMENT 1979 (1979/100 minutes)Documentary by Ingmar Bergman about his adopted home, the island of Fårö, where he filmed many of his best works and lived until the end of his life.GLITTERBUG (1994/60 minutes)Montage of Super 8 footage shot by filmmaker Derek Jarman from 1970 to 1986 — part home-movie, part formal experimentation and part social documentary. Music by Brian Eno.Admission to all Andrew's Video Vault screenings is FREE
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  • 8:00 PMStellovision Presents: A Night Out Showcase
  • Thumb 12573202 10208217201648821 2351379898778278674 n 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM Join us Friday, February 12th as your Host 'KHARY THE BARBER' lines the stage with some of Philadelphia's Finest Talent. Featuring LIVE Performances by Vandalz, Jumpout Boyz, Young Maf and more.....This Event is Proudly brought to you & Sponsored by:Costello CareyOn the Red Carpet w/Tina DavidoNiteLife-N-Pawww.Downtownhottradio.comDRYVN 365The RotundaMelany Lynn PhotographyMartino Signs Inc.Tickets are $15.00 each and almost sold out, so call & reserve yours today:215-543-2809
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  • 3:00 PMTo Death: A Mother's Love
  • Thumb 934106 591922867623983 5749305393860926012 n 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM This story is about the life of a mother's desire to escape, and make a better life for her family. She's then faced with the decision, oppression or death?  Mother knows best...right? Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-mothers-love-tickets-20783147955?aff=es2
  • 7:30 PMTo Death: A Mother's Love
  • Thumb 934106 591922867623983 5749305393860926012 n 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM This story is about the life of a mother's desire to escape, and make a better life for her family. She's then faced with the decision, oppression or death?  Mother knows best...right?Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-mothers-love-tickets-20783147955?aff=es2
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  • 6:00 PMBIG LOVE: i <3 ahimsa house 2nd annual benefit show
  • Thumb 12493853 10100148456758304 7402324656358808755 o 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM **Second Annual Ahimsa House Benefit Show** Featuring Unidos da Filadelfia, Hardwork Movement, Silverton, Red Cedar Strings, DJs BeeTee Beats and SarahCuda... and more! Raffle, bake sale, flowergrams, we have it! All love and proceeds go straight to the Ahimsa House community garden. More on that here: https://www.gofundme.com/ahimsagardenAhimsa House, located at 50th and Cedar Avenue, allows people from all walks of life and income levels to take classes, or offer classes, on a donation basis that promote practices of peace, healing, sustainability, social justice, and civil disobedience.Pay what you can at the door
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  • 7:00 PMErik Ruin's Ominous Cloud Ensemble with Asimina Chremos // HATCHERS /// Kapeluck & Strong
  • Thumb 12622103 10207871173964712 2736005627789527182 o 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Erik Ruin's Ominous Cloud Ensemble with special guest Asimina Chremos- special image-sound-movement-text collab Hatchers- freakout noise/drums duo Kapeluck & Strong - Early Music Salad and Invented Musical Instruments doors at 7, performances start at 730 sliding scale donations requested/appreciated ($4-8 pay what you can) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Erik Ruin’s Ominous Cloud Ensemble is an ever-evolving, collectively-improvising large ensemble for projections and music, led by visual artist Erik Ruin, recently lauded by the New York Times for his "spell-binding cut-paper animations." Erik manipulates intricate paper-cuts and painted films on overhead projectors t...o create abstract landscapes and fragmentary scenes that are nonetheless charged with meaning, merging with music that ranges from dark atmospherics to ecstatic peaks of dissonance. Members of the ensemble include a rotating cast of Philly's finest musicians, who have collaborated with everyone from Anthony Braxton to Chris Forsyth to Spires That In the Sunset Rise. Asimina Chremos is a dancer/artist with interest in the continua between form and flow, nature and culture, repetition and change, and discipline and pleasure. She began her artistic career as a ballet dancer and has since moved into improvisational and experimental dance, often performing with improvising musicians. Her aesthetic is also reflected in works of freeform lace crochet. Asimina is an experienced writer and editor and works with artists and creative people on the language they need for grant applications, press releases, etc. She is currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Hatchers is the electronics and drums duo of Michael Roy Barker and Brian Osborne. These two have developed a strong vocabulary after ten years of collaborating in George Steeltoe Ensemble and Sharks With Wings. Thier music explores influences from noise to post rock to free jazz to improvised music. Barker uses modified and homemade electronic instruments, drum machines, and modular synth, with Osborne playing a stripped down hybrid drum kit augmented by tapes, contact mics, bells and gongs. They are currently working on a full length LP that will be out in the fall of 2015. Osborne has studied with percussion master Milford Graves, and performs in the doom/free jazz duo The Gate. He has performed with Robert Beatty, Tom Blancarte, Daniel Carter, Tim Dahl, Peter Evans, Paul Flaherty, Frode Gjerstad, Michael Thomas Jackson, Oliver Lake, Joe McPhee, Dan Peck, Kevin Shea, Tamio Shiraishi, Panagiotis Spoulos, Nate Wooley, Spencer Yeh, Wretched Worst, Blastocyst, Paper Legs, Reverse Mouth, Dosdedos and more. In 2003 he founded his own record label, Heat Retention Records. Shaina Kapeluck & Jim Strong- Kapeluck and Strong's performances are based around musician/radio personality/song collector Shaina Kapeluck's sprawling knowledge of traditions from the British Isles which she has refered to as an "Early Music Salad" and visual and performing artist Jim Strong's invented musical instrumentation. Performances can resemble a live radio program. Often times they articulate a thread in a folk tradition and their relationships to contemporaneous culture and politics. Intimate storytelling is transmitted through juxtaposition in aesthetic from live foley sound and tape music to tradition fiddle music and a capella vocals.sliding scale donations requested/appreciated ($4-8 pay what you can)
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  • 8:00 PMC. Spencer Yeh: Video On Demand; TRAVELOGUE: CAIRO EGYPT; pres. by Bowerbird
  • Thumb yeh1 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM C. Spencer Yeh: Video On DemandTRAVELOGUE: CAIRO EGYPT2015, 33 min, digital video, color20022015, 60 min, digital video, color and nightvision b&wA brazen multidisciplinary artist who studied film history and theory, C. Spencer Yeh presents a program of two new moving image works combining diaristic and documentary footage as part of his as part of his ISSUE Project Room residency in 2015. The recently completed TRAVELOGUE: CAIRO EGYPT crosses long takes and static shots captured via smartphone in a four-part composition exploring surveillance, chance composition, tourism, and politics. 2002 is a "concert film" that documents approximately forty bands and artists Yeh videotaped during the year 2002, including Deerhoof, Sightings, Sudden Infant, Cock ESP, Double Leopards, Caroliner Rainbow, Comets on Fire, Animal Collective, and others. These are two very different works that showcase Yeh’s unique perspective as an artist, organizer, and audience member. The screening is followed by a Q&A with the artist. ABOUT THE ARTISTC. Spencer Yeh is recognized for his interdisciplinary activities and collaborations as an artist, improviser, and composer, as well his music project Burning Star Core. Recent presentations of work include "Modern Mondays" at MoMA NYC, "The Companion" at the Liverpool Biennial, "99 Objects" at the Whitney Museum NYC, "Great Tricks From Your Future" at D-CAF in Cairo Egypt, Borderline Festival in Athens Greece, Kinomuzeum at Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw Poland, All Ears Festival in Oslo Norway, the Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival, "Synth Nights" at The Kitchen NYC, LAMPO at the Renaissance Society in Chicago IL, and a Jerome Foundation Commission from Roulette Intermedium. Yeh also collaborated with Triple Canopy for their contribution to the Whitney Biennial in 2014. He was an Artist-in-Residence for 2015 at ISSUE Project Room NYC, and was included in the performance program for Greater New York at MoMA/PS1. Recent recordings include "Solo Voice I-X" (Primary Information), "Wake Up Awesome," with Okkyung Lee and Lasse Marhaug (Software Recording Company), and "Long Pig" by New Monuments, his trio with Ben Hall and Don Dietrich (Bocian). Yeh also volunteers as a programmer and trailer editor for Spectacle Theater, a microcinema in Brooklyn NY. His video works are distributed by Electronic Arts Intermix. He is also a contributing editor to BOMB magazine, as well as contributing to The Third Rail and Personal Best.Admission is FREE
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  • 3:00 PMSwingin' the Standards : Duets
  • Thumb 563819 974232722654857 4610223878566383705 n 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Swingin' the Standards: DuetsSwingin' the Standards favorites SUE PERTI and TOMMY DELCORIO JR share the stage for a salute to the Great American Songbook.Enter Coupon Code "member6" at http://swingingduets.bpt.me/ for a TICKET DISCOUNT!LAP CHILDREN (kids under 2 who do not require a seat) are FREE!
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  • 8:00 PMG. Calvin Weston's Phoenix Orchestra
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    G.CALVIN WESTON'S PHOENIX ORCHESTRA

    Tom Spiker, GuitarElliot Garland, BassKayle Brecher, VocalsDavid Dzubinski, KeyboardsGrant Calvin Weston, Drums and Pocket TrumpetCarlos Santiago, ViolinBenjamin Stuin, ViolinAjibola Rivers, CelloAshley Monique Vines, ViolaListen HERE: https://soundcloud.com/gcalvinweston/with-open-wingsdust-and-ashThis is a FREE Concert. Donations are welcome.CDS WILL BE AVAILABLE
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