|Area Arts Events: 06-28-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 28 June 2013 08:24|
Rhythm on the River series presents show by Tapestry
GRAND RAPIDS - Tapestry will present the second program of the Rhythm on the River Arts Series on Sunday at 4 p.m. the Wright Pavilion on the towpath between the canal and the Maumee River at the end of Lincoln Street.
Harpist Denise Grupp-Verbon and acoustic guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Michael Grupp-Verbon have been performing and recording together for more than 11 years.
Tapestry plays a variety of styles including Celtic, folk, pop and classical, both original and in original arrangements.
The Series is sponsored by the Grand Rapids Historical Society.
Music for drums & cassettes on stage at Robinwood venue
TOLEDO - Robinwood Concert House will host a show featuring Chicago-based percussionist Tim Daisy and magnetic cassette tape composer Jason Zeh, recently of Bowling Green, Sunday at 9 p.m.
Daisy , a percussionist, composer and educator working in the fields of improvised and composed music has performed, recorded, and toured with many acclaimed musicians and ensembles including Joe McPhee. John Tchicai and Steve Swell. He has composed for solo percussion, chamber groups, jazz ensembles, dance, theater, and film.
In 2001 Daisy joined the acclaimed ensemble The Vandermark 5, making six recordings with the group. In 2002 he was named one of 13 "Drummers For The Future" by Downbeat Magazine.
Zeh, who recently relocated to Kansas City, creates music integrating elements of drone, musique concrete, and noise. In performance, Zeh mixes previously recorded source sounds with real-time manipulation of cassette tape through the use of modified tape decks and dismantled cassettes.
Donations of $5 are suggested.
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