Here is what i have been working on all this past year.
Musical Ecology Tour Events
Thursday, October 18th 7:30 p.m. Studio Z; 275 4th St., Ste 200, St. Paul. Musical Ecology Two: Lyrical free jazz compositions and inventions. $15 admission$10 students, details available at http://www.studiozstpaul.com
Friday, October 19th 6-9:30 pm House/Barn Concert In Eau Claire Wisconsin. Reservations/directions, call Todd Adams (715-864-7072). Donations requested. Todd Harper & Jun Miyake, duets
Saturday, October 20th 3-4 pm. Poetry Park: 1000 Wheelock Parkway, St. Paul MN 55106 in partnership with East Side Arts Council. Todd Harper & Jun Miyake, duets.
Saturday, October 20th 8:30 p.m. Concert at Jazz Central 407 Central Ave SE Minneapolis 55414 Tickets at the door: $10/$5 for working musiciansand students.
Sunday October 21st 4:00 p.m. East Side Freedom Library 1105 Greenbrier street, St. Paul 55106 . http://eastsidefreedomlibrary.org/ Suggested donation: $15. NO one will be turned away! This event will include a panel discussion with ” 3 citizen ecologists”, the musicians and audience members , regarding music, ecology and activism. The panelist are: Melvin Giles (St. Paul Almanac, Frogtown Farms, Rondo Re-connect), Cecelia Martinez (Center for Earth, Energy, and Democracy), and Chelsea DeArmond (MN350).
Musical Ecology” will be joined by multi-instrumentalist/ instrument maker Douglas Ewart. Discussion will be moderated by ESFL co-director, Peter Rachleff. Closing Reception to follow.
“Musical Ecology” is
Todd Harper: director, composer, piano. Jun Miyake: flutes, saxophone. Eric Coursen: drums. Aaron Kerr: cello.
Sunday, with Multi- instrumentalist Douglas Ewart