[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] MOVEMENT SOUND EXPERIMENT Sat Nov 2nd 8pm

Curt Haworth curthaworth at gmail.com
Wed Oct 30 13:51:23 EDT 2019


Mascher Space is moving…
Join us for one last night of Improvisation
in the old space

MOVEMENT SOUND EXPERIMENT ~ Mascher Space Coop ~ Saturday November 2nd
155 Cecil B. Moore Ave (2B), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122
doors 7:30pm performance 8pm

Mascher Space & 1k presents
MOVEMENT SOUND EXPERIMENT, featuring longtime improvisers/collaborators—NYC
drummer Jeremy Carlstedt and Philadelphia guitarist Tim Motzer—in
collaboration with a bevy of exceptional Philly improvisational movers led
by Curt Haworth and Paul Matteson.

Movement Sound Experiment invites a multi-directional dialogue between
musicians and dancers, promising spontaneous expression and breathtaking
narratives. Join us for this exciting creative experiment as it unfolds in
real time.

visuals by syd
Tim Motzer - guitars, electronics, bows
Jeremy Carlstedt - drums, metals, electronics

Dancers: Nyla Murray, Jordan Ricks, Maura Bailey, Victoria Hecker, Amalia
Colon-Nava, Chloe Marie, Shelby Tucker, O Fernandes, Leanne Grieger, Nyah
Duckworth, Zack Svoboda,
Jinsei Sato, Nicole Bradbury, Caroline Rose Bradbury, Joy Giuffre, Mik
Phillips, Brianna Gutierrez, Natalie Devlin, Aliyah Clay, Maria Denzer,
Jorgie Ingram, Aleeza Garcia, Ada Fujita, Kaniisha Wilson, Kayliani Sood,
Madelyn Wansong

Tim Motzer
After 23 years of world touring, five solo albums, and stunning
collaborations including over 85 albums of credits, Tim Motzer continues to
"traverse manifold territories in music (Guitar Player magazine)." Tim is
widely known for his distinct textural acoustic-electro guitar voice
utilizing looping, bowing, electronics, and prepared techniques. From
2016-19, Tim toured the world playing prestigious venues and jazz festivals
with Bandit65, an improvising trio he co-leads with guitarist Kurt
Rosenwinkel and drummer Gintas Janusonis. He has collaborated with numerous
musical luminaries including David Sylvian, Burnt Friedman, Jaki Liebezeit,
poet Ursula Rucker, King Britt, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Vernon Reid, David
Torn, Markus Reuter, and Pat Mastelotto, among others. Tim's work has
appeared in the hit HBO series True Blood as well a major motion picture
directed by Michael Mann. As an in-demand, solo live composer/improviser in
the world of modern dance, Tim most recently played to sold-out houses in
Tokyo, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; Oujda, Morocco; Philadelphia, PA; and
Toronto, Canada. For nearly a decade, he has served as a live accompanist
for choreographers at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Tim
brings his dynamic, eclectic array of musical projects together under his
own 1k Recordings imprint, which has over 40 releases and counting. For
full credits, visit http://1krecordings.com/artists/tim-motzer/

Jeremy Carlstedt
New York City based drummer/songwriter/vocalist Jeremy Carlstedt, known for
his dynamic style, organic feel on the drums and musical intuition, has
performed with some of the most forward thinking artists in jazz, rock,
electronic and world music.
As a protege of the legendary Chico Hamilton, Jeremy has absorbed music
history in the best possible classroom: on the bandstand as a member of
Hamilton's group Euphoria as well as Vincent Chancey's Phat Chance, Brian
Settles and Central Union and a new duet with Tim Motzer, which have put
him on some of the world's most prestigious stages including, The Kennedy
Center, Lincoln Center, Newport Jazz Festival, Syracuse Jazz Festival and
Roulette. With more than a dozen releases to his credit, Jeremy's first
solo recording, 'When I Wake Up’ an art-rock EP featuring his drumming,
vocals and compositions, was released in October 2012 on 1k Recordings. His
latest, 'Stars Are Far' was released in November 2015 and has received
acclaim from many well known art music publications. jeremycarlstedt.com

The new recording, Convergence by Tim Motzer and Jeremy Carlstedt, is
available now
from 1krecordings.bandcamp.com



-- 

Curt Haworth

he/him or they/them

Choreographer-Improviser-Teacher

Professor, University of the Arts


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