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Charlotte Street Foundation and the Kansas City Electronic Music Alliance (KcEMA) present Perceptions/Reality, an evening of electroacoustic music and multimedia works.

KcEMA Perceptions/Reality
Date: Friday, November 9
Time: Doors, 7:30pm / Concert, 8pm
Location: la Esquina / 1000 W 25th St. KCMO 64108
Tickets$10 / $5 student.

Included are two works for saxophone and electronics, brought to life by Eric Honour; “Concertina No. 1: Cathedrals” by Jessica Rudman and “Sugar Baby” by D. Edward Davis. Bassist Brian Padavic will play “This ‘B’ is for Brian” by David McIntire, and Brad Van Wick will sing John Chittum’s “I Do Good at Grammar.” Eli Hougland’s “Out of Focus, A Meditation” combines electronic music with video art. Joseph Post will also perform his own work on analog synth. The concert will be rounded out by two fixed media pieces, “Wretched Refuse of My Teeming Resonance” by Tyler Capp and “Shell Shocked” by Teri Ann Quinn.

Perceptions/Reality is a unique opportunity to hear electroacoustic works in an intimate setting. The live performances, visual elements, and compositions themselves will be a memorable experience for spectators.

ABOUT KcEMA
The Kansas City Electronic Music and Arts Alliance (KcEMA), founded in 2007, is now in its sixth season. KcEMA endeavors to encourage and develop understanding and appreciation of electronic music and to create an expansive sense of community for electronic musicians and other artists in the Kansas City Area. KcEMA organizes concerts of electronic music and collaborative projects with generative and performing artists. KcEMA provides a forum for electronic musicians and artists in other media to collaborate, exchange ideas, and grow as an interactive, supportive community. Email Eli Hougland at secretary@kcema.net for additional information.

ABOUT CHARLOTTE STREET
Over 15 years, Charlotte Street has challenged, nurtured, and empowered thousands of artists, distributed over $775,000 in awards and grants to artists and their projects, and connected individual artists to each other and to the greater Kansas City community. Charlotte Street – with its community of artists – strives to be a primary catalyst in making Kansas City a vibrant, creative metropolis, alive with collaboration, passion, ideas, and surprise. For more information about Charlotte Street, its awards, programs, and initiatives, visit www.charlottestreet.org

 

 

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