Announcing the final installment in a showcase series celebrating the future of inclusive cultural events brought to you by CymaSpace.
Guests will be treated to a fully accessible live performance with ASL interpreted performance, sound-reactive lighting, creative captions and more!
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From the festival campground to their creative commons space in Southeast Portland’s industrial neighborhood, Ziplander draws on a profusion of influences to bring their own brand of eclectic Americana music. Founding members Andrew Kraus (vocals, rhythm guitar, ukulele, & lap steel), Jesse King (banjo, vocals, trumpet), & Seth Mehr (bass, vocals) teamed up with Dominick DeGiovanni (drums) and Sam Jeffers (lead guitar, vocals) to create a soundscape of folk, rock, and grooves to tell stories and get you on your feet. Combining a growing number of originals and diverse covers, we strive for unique setlists to engage both band and audience. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Savage Nightingale– Brent Woodson
Savage Nightingale is project I’ve been working on for a few years now. It was birthed from my own personal journey of finding and honing my true voice through pure exploration. I then use that voice to break down my own personal barriers and heal deep wounds by tapping into and becoming a conduit for whatever creative energy wants to flow through me….when performing live I’m really trying to think as little as possible, but instead allow myself to fall into a trance-like state. While in that place I am able to construct a completely improvised psychedelic soundscape unique to, and inspired, by that particular moment. When in this trance I am The Savage Nightingale, I am sound, I am rhythm, I hypnotize, and breath dreams.
Dec 11th, 2016 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Art Haus Chapel
8155 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97213, USA
CymaSpace is a leading advocate for accessibility and inclusion within performing arts, cultural events, and media broadcasting for DHH people. We are constantly striving to find new ways to ensure our venue and events are inclusive, especially to DHH communities.
We provide incubator services for new fledgling organizations and communities that are exploring emerging concepts in combining technology and the arts.
We provide educational opportunities for artists, the general public and other performance venues interested in incorporating our unique, cymatic concepts into their work.
CymaSpace is an epicenter for Cymatic study and we are committed to raising awareness of and promoting the benefits of Cymatics (the science and study of sound made visible).