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Jill Burton and friends at Tom's Place, Tuesday, July 24

From: Tom D.
Sent on: Friday, July 20, 2012 4:25 PM
On Tuesday, July 24 at 7:30pm, Tom's Place presents

                        Jill Burton (voice)
                               with
           Laurie Amat (voice), Phillip Greenlief (sax),
       Scott Walton (contrabass), Gino Robair (percussion),
                             and RTD3
                  (Ron Heglin (trombone, voice),
                      Tom Nunn (percussion),
                       Doug Carroll (cello))

Jill Burton is an extended vocalist and movement artist who
incorporates energy work into her performance art.  Considered by
LaDonna Smith (Improvisor Journal) to be "...one of the great
foundation improvisors of America...", she has a particular interest
in sounding the architectural features and acoustic properties of
a room and the people in it; and has collaborated with many and
varied experimental musicians and dancers from around the world.

Jill, who doesn't often get out here from Florida, wanted to work
with lots of local performers, so we've recruited a who's-who of
Bay Area improvisers, including Laurie Amat, Phillip Greenlief,
Scott Walton, Gino Robair, and RTD3 (the long-standing trio of Ron
Heglin, Tom Nunn and Doug Carroll.)  There's really not room for
all of them on-stage at once, so we'll be dividing up into smaller
groups on an ad hoc basis in the manner of Derek Bailey's famed
Company Week festivals.

Beyond that, I don't know what to expect, though I am told that the
show will involve Ostrich feathers and tutus.

Tom's Place
3111 Deakin Street, Berkeley CA
Directions: http://4-33.com/d...­
Information: http://4-33.com/t...­

Admission: donation.  All proceeds go directly to the musicians.
Doors open at 7:00.  Wheelchair accessible.

-- 
Tom Duff.  This is a mop sink.

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