Hudson Valley Poetry Bands Microfest

Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/06/2019
4:30 pm-7:30 pm

Location
The Snyder Estate

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The Hudson Valley Poetry Bands Microfest brings together 5 poetry based bands in the astounding Widow Jane Mine. Curated by Chris Funkhouser.
The show will be MC’d by Beth Lisick.

Iva Bittová‘s (https://www.bittova.com) music is a blend of rock and East European music which she describes as “my own personal folk music”. Her violin playing mixes different techniques, including playing the strings with various objects and plucking them like a banjo. Her vocal utterances range from traditional singing to chirping, cackling and deep throat noises. She puts her whole body into her performances, drawing on her theatrical skills.
Carrie Bradley-Neves (https://soundcloud.com/carrie-bradley-neves) has been making records, performing, and touring as a singer-songwriter and violinist for more than twenty-five years. Groups she has been part of include Ed’s Redeeming Qualities, 100 Watt Smile, and The Breeders. Her current project is called The Great Auk.

Satan’s Black Acid is a duo featuring writer/musician Cole Heinowitz and painter/musician Will Staples. Their SoundCloud page (https://soundcloud.com/satansblackacid) describes their work as, “Hellish dark sounds from deep in the mountains”.

Most Serene Congress (Chris Funkhouser, David Hirmes, Leonard Nevarez) is an electronic poetry / post-punk improvisation / digital recording project (https://soundcloud.com/mostserenecongress).

George Quasha (http://www.quasha.com/) and Chuck Stein (http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Stein-C.php) have been collaborating as poets and performers since the 1970s.

Find out more at https://centuryhouse.org

  • Gates open hour before event.
  • $20, presale available through PayPal, $15 for member presales. Cash preferred at the event, credit card processing available.
  • As with all events in the Widow Jane Mine, bring a folding chair, and dress for cool weather, even if it’s the middle of summer.

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