Atlantic Center for the Arts Master Artist In Residence Nicole Mitchell presented her Outreach concert at Timucua Arts on July 8th, 2019. With her were Doug Mathews and Anthony Cole, and for the finale, her Associates from ACA Residency # 174 for a newly minted piece: Border Parade.
RZZZZZ! New Poster, Date, Venue: Billy Martin Solo Percussion plus Karl Berger And Friends. Download the poster. Continue reading
Medeski, Martin And Wood drummer Billy Martin is the new Executive Director of the Woodstock, N.Y.’s Creative Music Studio, the music education non-profit founded by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman in 1971. Karl, Ingrid and Billy come back to Orlando to teach and play during this February visit, joined by longtime Sam Rivers bassist Doug Mathews. Continue reading
Forty plus years after Negativland’s first salvos, Mark Hosler’s solo work still uses the unlike and in the case of his concert at Timucua, it’s disjunct electronic devices roughly creating the signal path of late 1960’s synthesis. Continue reading
“OneBeat, the celebrated musical-incubator returns to Timucua White House for a unique improvisatory style show. This inaugural OneBeat 2018 show will bring together 25 socially engaged musicians from 18 countries — in a rolling, spontaneous round-robin improv session as well as a series of intimate duo and trio performances. Continue reading
Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 Timucua Arts Foundation and The Civic Minded 5 present Cortex Iron Cow Cafe 2438A East Robinson St, Orlando, Fl 32803 6:00 pm doors, 8:00 pm concert $10 admission, advanced tickets available Aside from the musicians from the late 1990’s Sam Rivers crew, we’re not sure that anyone has appeared in three cm5 … Continue reading
Tuesday, June 12th, 2018 Timucua Arts Foundation and The Civic Minded 5 present Paal Nilssen-Love Large Unit Timucua Arts 2000 S. Summerlin Ave, Orlando, Fl 32806 7:00 pm doors, 7:30 concert Select a Donate link below, all ages welcome Read more PREMIUMS! Our Large Unit concert is an ambitious affair with fourteen Nordic visitors. We have a few rolling … Continue reading