hz2017

THE 17th ANNUAL HIGH ZERO FESTIVAL IS HERE!
SEPTEMBER 22nd – 27th!

High Zero is the premier festival of Improvised, Experimental music on the East Coast. The festival is fully devoted to new collaborations between the most inspired improvisors from around the world.

Join us for 5 days of sound installations, music and performances starting Tuesday 9/22!
www.highzero.org

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Wednesday, September 6
LUCAS ABELA and the TEMPLE of DIN

A special exhibition of cacophonous musical pinball. Project details at the Temple of Din website.

Opening Night Performances, Wednesday, September 6th
EMP collective 307 West Baltimore Street.

Exhibition hours
To be announced

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September 14th – 17th at:
MAIN CONCERTS

@The Theatre Project, 45 W Preston St. »
Doors open 7:30 PM / Performances start 8:30 PM sharp
Advanced Online Purchase $16
At the Door: $15 / $10 students, seniors, and artists (discount available at door only)

Musicians from Afar »
id m theft able (voice, electronics, objects) Portland
Maine Tania Chen (piano) San Francisco
CA Michael Gayle (piano) Philadelphia
PA Sophia Jernberg (voice) Stockholm
Sweden Kazuhisa Uchihashi (daxophone, guitar) Tokyo & Berlin
Eli Keszler (percussion) New York City, NY
Joe McPhee (sax, pocket trumpet, reeds) Poughkeepsie, NY
Tomeka Reid (cello) Chicago, IL
Carlos Santiseven (bass, electronics) Santa Fe, NM
Sharif Sehnaoui (guitar) Beirut, Lebanon
Julien Valdivieso (guitar, electronics) Bogota, Columbia

Musicians from Baltimore »
Andrew Bernstein (saxophone)
Dan Deacon (electronics, mechanical instruments)
Baba L’Salaam (abujaphone, voice, found instruments)
Jamal Moore (woodwinds, electronics)
Lexie Mountain (voice, electronics)
Paul Neidhardt (percussion)
Kate Porter (cello, voice)
Lynne Price (dance)
Shelly Purdy (percussion)
M.C. Schmidt (electronics, percussion)
Maria Shesiuk (keyboard, synthesizer)

 

Event location:

Main Concerts, The Theatre Project, 45 W Preston St, Baltimore, MD

The Red Room is a volunteer-run space in Baltimore dedicated to mind-expanding experimental culture, headquartered at Normals Books and Records.