INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY - SEATTLE : Matthew Shipp - Michael Bisio Duo / Farko Dosumov and Alex Pinto.
We are looking forward to seeing you at our event tonight.
LIVE AT THE CHURCH
1400 E. Olive Street. (Not Olive Way)
Seattle, WA 98122
INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY
THURSDAY APRIL 30th, Door:7PM
"A must see" show at an exclusive location decked out with state-of-the art sound and lighting systems.
All ticket holders will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase a
pre-release copy of the live audio recording taken that night.
Premier Reserved Seating:$30 SOLD OUT
Beer and Wine
(Live at The Church, 1300 E Olive Street, Capitol Hill, Seattle (Enter from 14th Ave))
MATTHEW SHIPP & MICHAEL BISIO DUO
Shipp and Bisio have long played together as part of the Matthew Shipp Trio and they continue to receive critical acclaim as a Duo. With Shipp on grand piano and Bisio on double bass, both are recognized internationally as amongst the most proficient on their instruments. John Fordham at Britain’s The Guardian describes a Shipp-Bisio show as “free-jazz, but full of melody, and every sound counts”, while Step Tempest calls it “edge-of-your-seat music”
Opening the evening
FARKO DOSUMOV & ALEX PINTO
Gary Word is a prolific artist who basks in the spirit of creativity. From a very early age, he embarked in a rigorous study of the work of European masters, the earliest result of which was a series of two-dimensional works such as landscapes, still lifes, and portraits. This work led to series of three-dimensional works in concrete, mortar and clay, and, beginning in 2000, kiln-formed glass.
His most recent artistic endeavor, the Odyssee Project, has been ongoing for six years. This project involves the design and production of both bowed stringed instruments (violin, viola, and cello) and guitars (Stratocaster, “Violin” Bass).