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sfSoundSalonSeries: John Ingle's Babylonian Lottery

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 — 12:00 AM
Tickets: $15 ($10 members and the underemployed)
Tickets available at the door only


sfSound saxophonist/improviser/composer John Ingle in a concert of his “Babylonian Lottery”, a game piece for improvisers that incorporates both composed and improvised music. Expect a wide range of musical expression, from tiny sounds and pristine textures to orchestral blasts and free-jazz blowouts.
Within the “lottery” will be solos by the composer, “duo Ing” with Matt Ingalls, and a jazz quartet with special guests Lisa Mezzacapa, Vijay Anderson, and John Finkbeiner. The smaller groups’ music will be interpolated/exterpolated by the sfSoundGroup, including Hadley McCarroll, Kyle Bruckmann, Benjamin Kreith, and guests Jordan Glenn and Tim Perkis.
John Ingle, saxophones, voice
Matt Ingalls, clarinets
Kyle Bruckmann, oboe, english horn
Brendan Lai-Tong, trombone
Benjamin Kreith, violin
Monica Scott, cello
Hadley McCarroll, piano
with guests:
Lisa Mezzacappa, contrabass
John Finkbeiner, electric guitar
Vijay Anderson, drums
Jorden Glenn, percussion
Tim Perkis, electronics