On Friday, October 25 at 8 PM, Please join Álvaro Domene and Hisayasu Takashio for a night of Mashup at Green Kill. 10 dollars at the door and tickets my be reserved using the “Order Tickets” button above. BYOB. Soft drinks and snacks are available at Ozubar.
About Álvaro Domene
“Total facemelt music. Just what I needed today.“ – Nate Chinen (The New York Times, NPR)
Álvaro Domene is a Madrid-born, New York based guitarist and composer operating at the convergence of various styles of contemporary creative music. His sound and compositions are influenced by the avant-garde jazz and modern classical traditions, as well as metal music. He has performed and taught internationally, and recently worked with Joe McPhee, Karl Berger, Elliott Sharp, Henry Kaiser, Briggan Krauss, Michaël Attias, Jim Black, Ben Goldberg, Michael Bisio, Sam Newsome, Colin Marston, Mike Pride, Ches Smith, Scott Amendola, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Mat Maneri, Tim Dahl, and Weasel Walter.
He is an active performer in New York’s creative music scene, leading various groups in addition to working with numerous artists.
His work has been positively reviewed by Jazzwise, New York City Jazz Record, All About Jazz, Guitar Moderne, El Intruso, Tomajazz, The Free Jazz Blog and many other specialized media outlets like Avant Music News, on which a recent release, “Synaptic Self” by the trio dMu, was included in the list of “Best Albums of 2016”. Álvaro’s latest and first solo record, “The Compass”, was a “Recommended New Release” on The New York City Jazz Record, and Avant Music News featured it on their “Best Albums of 2018” list.
“Domene sounds like a frightful demolition team.” – Paul Acquaro, (Free Jazz Blog)
New recording projects are scheduled to be released throughout 2019, such as “Expressed By The Circumference”, (featuring New York’s experimental icon Elliott Sharp and long-time friend Mike Caratti), Karl Berger’s new group “Música Poética“, “Live At Singularity Music Series I” (with soprano saxophone master Sam Newsome and drummer Mike Caratti), “The Anatomy of Light” (debut by Sly Horizon, new group with trombonist Rick Parker and drummer Jeremy Carlstedt), “Putrid Tendency” (debut by avant-garde metal trio Catatonic Effigy, featuring Gorguts bassist Colin Marston and drummer Mike Caratti), “The Ghost Train” (duo collaboration with experimental guitar pioneer Henry Kaiser), and Phonon (new group with Elliott Sharp, Colin Marston, and Weasel Walter).
Also, Domene’s composition “The Hive” will be featured – along with pieces by fellow guitarists Liberty Ellman, Reg Bloor, and Anthony Pirog among others – on the new Clean Feed solo guitar compilation album “I Never Metaguitar V”, curated by Elliott Sharp.
In addition, Álvaro co-runs Iluso Records, an independent record label dedicated to support and disseminate creative new music, and he is also the artistic director at the Singularity Music Series in Kingston, New York.
About Hisayasu Takashio
Takashio Hisayasu’s work ranges from paintings, large scale prints and mixed media drawings to wood sculpture, installation and collaborative performance. Takashio has worked extensively on the subject of the human hands. His renderings of these are a combined symphony of nature and human.
The first Thursday is strictly and open mic even beginning promptly at 8 PM. Poets sign in as they arrive, and may do so if they arrive late. Reading queue order will be first-come-first-serve. Every reading is five minutes with exception—this is not a strict rule. After six readers there will be a break, after which the next group will read. If there are six or less readers, there may be another round of reading by the same group if there is interest.
The third Thursday, the second reading in the month, is dedicated to scheduled featured readers and book launches. Again the reading begins promptly at eight, and after six readings there is a break and then a 30 minute reading by the feature.
First Thursday will be an opportunity to promote the second Thursday feature. If there is a book launch scheduled, the author should arrive at 7:30 to set up. Signing will take place before the reading, at break time and after the featured reading.
Role of the Host
The host introduces the poets on both the curated and open mic lists. The host also reads according to his or her pleasure.
Green kill promotes “Voice Less Readings” as a facebook event, on greenkill.org and broadly to web, radio and print outlets. A list is available and you may contribute PR contacts.
The features readers are recorded with high quality video and audio and files are available for the featured readers to take away at no charge. Green Kill will have a YouTube Channel for to broadcast the videos from the featured readings.
Poets interested in scheduling a feature or anyone wanting to know more about the Voice Less Readings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Green Kill
Green Kill is a multiuser performance space dedicated to a diverse and growing creative community. Green Kill’s mission is create artistic opportunities through peer to peer organization of talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
Green Kill is a handicapped accessible exhibition and performance Space located at 229 Greenkill Avenue, Kingston, New York, 12401, email@example.com, Green Kill is open Tuesday to Saturday from 3 pm to 9 pm, closed on national holidays. The phone number is 1(347)689-2323. Performance events schedule please visit https://greenkill.org/events. Exhibition viewing hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 3-5 PM or you may make a special appointment by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 347-689-2323.