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Live Webcast: “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” Jan 3

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

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Live Webcast: “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” by Kurt Schwitters

Sunday, January 3rd, 2010, 6:00pm
Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, New York City
Click here Jan 3rd, between 5:30pm and 7:30pm, for live webcast

Dada artist Kurt Schwitters’s classic “Sonata In Primeval Sounds,” also called “Ursonate,” is performed by URCHESTRA: vocalists Bob Holman, Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal, percussionists Eric Blitz and Bob Wilson, Andy Crespo and Fly (bass), GLOVE, John Landino (trombone, trumpet, cello), Denis Luzuriaga and Amanda Petrovato (synths), Zeph Noi$e (violins), with invented-instrument-makers Mitch Ahern (electoluxopipeophone, crutch) and Pronoblem (bass, board, cane, clarinet). $10 admission.
Click here for “Ursonate” audio preview.

Published in 1932, Kurt Schwitters’s “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” is the granddaddy of sound-art poems: an hourlong opus that develops 26 abstract themes in classical sonata format. Andy Laties’s rousing participatory interpretations were honored in Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art’s major “Art In Chicago 1945-1995″ retrospective.

Founded this year, the Western Massachusetts-based free-improv ensemble URCHESTRA has performed a dozen times in New York City (Bowery Poetry Club, Judson Church and Vox Pop), the Boston area (Outpost 186 and 119 Gallery), and Western Mass. (GonzoQuest in Holyoke; Easthampton town center).

For further info visit: http://www.bowerypoetry.com/#Event/84661
http://www.sonicbids.com/urchestra.

“Sonata in Primeval Sounds” @ Open Mike Night, November 20th, 9pm

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

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Dada artist Kurt Schwitters’s classic “Sonata In Primeval Sounds,” also called “Ursonate,” is performed by Urchestra: vocalists Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal, percussionist Eric Blitz, Andy Crespo (bass), GLOVE, John Landino (trombone, trumpet, cello), Denis Luzuriaga and Amanda Petrovato (synths) with invented-instrument-makers Mitch Ahern (electoluxopipeophone, crutch) and Pronoblem (bass, board, cane, clarinet), on November 20 at 9pm as part of GonzoQuest’s Open Mike Night series. The open mike, interspersed with “Ursonate” movements, features performance poets, artists with slideshows, and musicians. GonzoQuest is located at Paper City Studios, 80 Race Street, 3rd Floor, in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Costumes encouraged. Snacks and drinks provided: a five dollar donation is requested. Phone Andy Laties at 413-230-4913 or email alaties@aol.com for further info.

Urchestra’s electronic press release is here.

Audio of performance on July 31 is here.

Published in 1932, Kurt Schwitters’s “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” is the granddaddy of sound-art poems: an hourlong opus that develops 26 abstract themes in classical sonata format. Andy Laties’s rousing participatory interpretations were honored in Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art’s major “Art In Chicago 1945-1995″ retrospective. GonzoQuest is a comics journalism publisher and reality travel company encouraging community economic development through self-expression.

Andy Laties on Kurt Schwitters & Dada is here.

“Sonata in Primeval Sounds” Halloween Eve Party at Final Fridays Open Mike Night, October 30th, 9pm

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Ursonate Urchestra

Ursonate Urchestra

Dada artist Kurt Schwitters’s classic “Sonata In Primeval Sounds,” also called “Ursonate,” is performed by Urchestra: vocalists Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal, percussionist Eric Blitz, GLOVE, John Landino (trombone, trumpet, cello), Denis Luzuriaga (synths) with invented-instrument-makers Mitch Ahern (electoluxopipeophone, crutch) and Pronoblem (bass, board, cane, clarinet), on October 30th (Halloween Eve) at 9pm as part of GonzoQuest’s Final Fridays Open Mike Night series. The open mike, interspersed with “Ursonate” movements, features performance poets, artists with slideshows, and musicians. GonzoQuest is located at Paper City Studios, 80 Race Street, 3rd Floor, in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Costumes encouraged. Snacks and drinks provided: a five dollar donation is requested. Phone Andy Laties at 413-230-4913 or email alaties@aol.com for further info.

Urchestra’s electronic press release is here.

Audio of performance on July 31 is here.

Published in 1932, Kurt Schwitters’s “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” is the granddaddy of sound-art poems: an hourlong opus that develops 26 abstract themes in classical sonata format. Andy Laties’s rousing participatory interpretations were honored in Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art’s major “Art In Chicago 1945-1995″ retrospective. GonzoQuest is a comics journalism publisher and reality travel company encouraging community economic development through self-expression.

Andy Laties on Kurt Schwitters & Dada is here.

“Sonata in Primeval Sounds” at Outpost 186, Cambridge, Sunday Oct 18th, 8pm

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Ursonate Urchestra

Ursonate Urchestra

Dada artist Kurt Schwitters’s classic “Sonata In Primeval Sounds,” also called “Ursonate,” is performed by Urchestra: vocalists Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal, percussionist Eric Blitz, GLOVE, John Landino (trombone, trumpet, cello), Denis Luzuriaga (synths) with invented-instrument-makers Mitch Ahern (electoluxopipeophone, crutch) and Pronoblem (bass, board, cane, clarinet). The show takes place 8pm, Sunday October 18, at Outpost 186, located at 186 1/2 Hampshire Street, Inman Square, Cambridge, MA. Directions: Near corner of Prospect, opposite Hess gas station, behind 7-11. Big ‘186′ on right side. Follow walk at left to gallery, REAR.

Urchestra’s electronic press release is here.

Audio of performance on July 31 is here.

Published in 1932, Kurt Schwitters’s “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” is the granddaddy of sound-art poems: a 45-minute nonsense opus that develops 26 abstract themes in classical sonata format. Andy Laties’s rousing participatory interpretations were honored in Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art’s major “Art In Chicago 1945-1995″ retrospective.

Andy Laties on Kurt Schwitters & Dada is here.

“Sonata in Primeval Sounds” at Final Fridays Open Mike Night, September 25th, 9pm

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Ursonate Urchestra

Ursonate Urchestra

Dada artist Kurt Schwitters’s classic “Sonata In Primeval Sounds,” also called “Ursonate,” is performed by vocalists Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal, and percussionist Eric Blitz, with GLOVE, John Landino (tronbone, trumpet, cello), and Denis Luzuriaga (synths), plus special guests, invented-instrument-makers Mitch Ahern (electoluxopipeophone, crutch)and Pronoblem (bass, board, cane, clarinet), on September 25th at 9pm as part of GonzoQuest’s Final Fridays Open Mike Night series. The open mike, interspersed with “Ursonate” movements, features performance poets, artists with slideshows, and musicians. GonzoQuest is located at Paper City Studios, 80 Race Street, 3rd Floor, in Holyoke, Massachusetts.  Snacks and drinks provided: a five dollar donation is requested. Phone Andy Laties at 413-230-4913 or email alaties@aol.com for further info.

 

Urchestra’s electronic press release is here.

Audio of performance on July 31 is here.

Published in 1932, Kurt Schwitters’s “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” is the granddaddy of sound-art poems: a 45-minute nonsense opus that develops 26 abstract themes in classical sonata format. Andy Laties’s rousing participatory interpretations were honored in Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art’s major “Art In Chicago 1945-1995″ retrospective. GonzoQuest is a comics journalism publisher and reality travel company encouraging community economic development through self-expression.

Andy Laties on Kurt Schwitters & Dada is here.

“Sonata in Primeval Sounds” at Final Fridays Open Mike Night, August 28th, 9pm

Friday, August 21st, 2009

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Dada artist Kurt Schwitters’s classic “Sonata In Primeval Sounds,” also called “Ursonate,” is performed by vocalists Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal, and percussionist Eric Blitz, with John Landino (tronbone, trumpet, cello), Denis Luzuriaga (synths), and Glove (guitar, tape measure), plus special guests, invented-instrument-makers Mitch Ahern (electoluxopipeophone, crutch)and Pronoblem (bass, board, cane, clarinet), on August 28th at 9pm as part of GonzoQuest’s Final Fridays Open Mike Night series. The open mike, interspersed with “Ursonate” movements, features performance poets, artists with slideshows, and musicians. GonzoQuest is located at Paper City Studios, 80 Race Street, 3rd Floor, in Holyoke, Massachusetts.  Snacks and drinks provided: a five dollar donation is requested. Phone Andy Laties at 413-230-4913 or email alaties@aol.com for further info.

Urchestra’s electronic press release is here.

Audio of performance on July 31 is here.

Published in 1932, Kurt Schwitters’s “Sonata In Primeval Sounds” is the granddaddy of sound-art poems: a 45-minute nonsense opus that develops 26 abstract themes in classical sonata format. Andy Laties’s rousing participatory interpretations were honored in Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art’s major “Art In Chicago 1945-1995″ retrospective. GonzoQuest is a comics journalism publisher and reality travel company encouraging community economic development through self-expression.

Andy Laties on Kurt Schwitters & Dada is here.