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Kevin Robinson Ensemble – KREation & Rent Romus’ Life’s Blood Septet Ensemble | SIMM Series

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Date(s) - 05/31/2015
4:47 AM

Musicians Union Hall Local 6


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$10-$15 Sliding Scale

  • 7:30 pm Rent Romus’ Life’s Blood Septet Ensemble performs “The Sleeping Giant Suite”

A series of compositions in multiple movements by Brett Carson, Rent Romus, Joshua Marshall, and Anthony Braxton* featuring Timothy Orr — drums; Scott Walton — double bass; Jason Hoopes — double bass; Joshua Marshall — tenor saxophone; Heikki Koskinen — e-trumpet; Rent Romus — alto saxophone

  • 8:30pm The Kevin Robinson Ensemble – KREation presents “Circle Spins To Become A Sphere”

Non-conventional improvisational sonic vibration featuring Kevin Robinson — woodwinds; Christin Hablewitz — bass clarinet; Maryclare Brzytwa — flute; Lee Hodel — bass; Tony Gennaro — vibes, percussion; Evan Jiroudek — drums

Stepped in the study of the powers of vibration, The Kevin Robinson Ensemble (KREation) is lead by Baltimore native saxophonist-composer Kevin Robinson. Formed in 2003. KREation has set itself on a course to explore genuine expression through various musical and artistic approaches. The group performs in a variety of instrumentation and configurations. Anywhere from a 35 piece large ensemble-know as KREation Conference of the Birds- to a quartet, trios, duets to solo.

Life’s Blood “damn well rock their Jazz” says blogger disaster amnesiac, while exploring the influences and inspirations that make the art of jazz and improvisation timeless. The ensemble pays tribute as well as brings to light, reinvents, deconstructs, and breaths life into the deeper realms of their collective body of memory. Originally created by saxophonist Rent Romus while on tour in Northern Europe in 1999, the group currently features drummer/percussionist Timothy Orr along with a cast of guest performers from the local San Francisco scene.

*Permission to present a work by Anthony Braxton granted by the Tri-Centric Foundation

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