Our September Bell Box is here! Join us on September 21 to listen to live music and raise funds for Loom Chicago.
A Light Sleeper
Loom is a community of refugee women living in Chicago who weave together their creativity and cultural traditions to make and sell beautiful handmade products. These women have fled their country of origin because of a credible fear of persecution on account of their race, religion, political opinion, national origin, or social group. More information on refugee resettlement services here.
As a musician, sound designer and kindergarten teacher from Vienna, Austria, Ulrÿch Schleicher has consistently found his expression in unconventional and innovative techniques to play the acoustic guitar. He invites everyone to join the journey through fiery eastern rhythms, dreamy classical melodies, bassy reggae and further.
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ExtraOcular is: Matthew Shelton’s mbira/kalimba songs, performed with cellist Nora Barton and guitarist Alexis Dionissopoulos. An odd assortment of instruments performing original tunes rooted in folk, pop and blues structures, with unpredictable bursts of spaced-out improvisation.
A Light Sleeper is an ever-evolving quartet exploring collaborative composition from the bottom up, featuring breezy intertwining melodies from saxophonist Maria Elena Hernandez and violist Traci Newhouse, D. Pennepalli’s idiosyncratic guitar lines, and drummer Matthew Jung’s graceful clockwork core.
Doors at 7pm. $10 suggested donation, RAFFLE prize of lovely Loom products