Dina guests on viola + vox with Trigger
Simon Hanes, Aaron Edgcomb, Buddy Greene
Feb 19, 2019 U Street Music Hall Washington, DC
Feb 20, 2019 Underground Arts Philadelphia, PA
Feb 22, 2019 Warsaw Brooklyn, NY
Feb 23, 2019 Brighton Music Hall Boston, MA
Feb 24, 2019 La Sala Rosa Montréal, Canada
Feb 26, 2019 The Great Hall Toronto, Canada
Feb 27, 2019 El Club Detroit, MI
Feb 28, 2019 Thalia Hall Chicago, IL
Mar 01, 2019 Turf Club St Paul, MN
Mar 04, 2019 Imperial Vancouver, Canada
Mar 05, 2019 Doug Fir Lounge Portland, OR
Sat, NOV 24 Explore The North Festival Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Mon, NOV 26 Pardiso Noord Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tue, NOV 27 Schauspielhaus Bochum Bo, Germany
Wed, NOV 28 De Roma Antwerpen, Belgium
Fri, NOV 30 Funkhaus Berlin NalepastrasseBerlin, Germany
Sun, DEC 02 Brotfabrik Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Mon, DEC 03 Kammerspiele kantine München, Germany
Wed, DEC 05 Petit Bain Paris 13, France
Thu, DEC 06 Gorilla Manchester, United Kingdom
Fri, DEC 07 Fiddlers City Of Bristol, United Kingdom
Sat, DEC 08 Button Factory Dublin, Ireland
Mon, DEC 10 Summerhall Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Tue, DEC 11 Howard Assembly Room West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Wed, DEC 12 Hackney Arts Centre Greater London, United Kingdom
Sun, October 28, 2018
Doors at 7:00 PM PDT
Noise Pop, SF Sketchfest and Peaches Christ Present:
Red Room (Redrum) Orchestra’s Psycho Disco Party:
Marc Capelle, Yuka C. Honda, Allyson Baker, Dina Maccabee, Tom Ayres & Todd Roper play music from the horror soundtracks of Argento, Carpenter, Kubrick, Lynch, Romero & more
For one night only the Red Room Orchestra becomes the REDRUM Orchestra, performing a psycho selection of souped-up scary soundtrack songs. Bandleader Marc Capelle is joined by Yuka C. Honda of Eucademix and Cibo Matto, Allyson Baker of Dirty Ghosts, Dina Maccabee of Julia Holter’s band, Tom Ayres of Persephone’s Bees, and Todd Roper of Cake for a night of deadly disco diversions based on classic horror film soundtracks and scores.
A mix of score cues and soundtrack songs from the films of Dario Argento, John Carpenter, Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch, and George A. Romero with a bit of The Exorcist, Phantasm, Rosemary’s Baby, plus original works, all hosted by master of ceremonies Hether Fortune.
The Sideshow Attractions include horror stories from Porchlight and Parker T. Gibbs, Glitch Art Projections from the Balboa Theatre, gruesome grooves from Popscene’s DJ Omar Perez, bloody cocktails, and a costume contest. Poster art by JC Garrett.
This is a horror soundtrack disco dance party show like you’ve never seen.
The Red Room Orchestra recreate the soundtracks from Wes Anderson's beloved films, with score cues and pop hits from "Rushmore," "The Royal Tenenbaums," "Bottle Rocket," "Isle of Dogs" and more. Bandleader Marc Capelle (American Music Club) leads an ensemble including Yuka C. Honda (Cibo Matto), Toby Dammit (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds), Tom Ayres (Persephone's Bees), Allyson Baker (Dirty Ghosts), Andy Cabic (Vetiver), Bart Davenport (Bart & The Bedazzled), Karina Denike (Dance Hall Crashers), Daniel Fabricant (Nice Guy Trio), Hether Fortune (Wax Idols), Tom Griesser (Marcus Shelby Orchestra), Todd Roper (Cake), and a string quartet featuring Dina Maccabee, Evan Price, Irene Sazer and Jess Ivry. Co-curated by SF Sketchfest
WENDY EISENBERG is an improviser, composer, and songwriter who uses guitar, pedals, the tenor banjo, the computer, the synthesizer and the voice. https://wendyeisenberg.bandcamp.com/
MINIVAN is good music / bad drag solo performance by Ron Shalom. pabotadiku.com
DINA MACCABEE creates satisfying sonic atmospheres using viola, voice, and electronics. dinamaccabee.com
Please join Artists in Residence Flatform (Milan/Berlin) in their studio on the 3rd Floor of Headlands Center for the Arts Building 945 to view their site-specific installation and performance, Sunday July 15. Featuring work made in collaboration with Headlands AIRs Paul LaFarge and Dina Maccabee. Live performance by Dina Maccabee.
Viewings take place at 2:00pm, 3:00pm and 6:00pm and will last approximately 20 minutes
Project Space reception by Gala Porras Kim, free and open to the public, 4-6 pm.
When composer Philip Glass claimed “Music is a place,” he may as well have been describing current Headlands Artist in residence Dina Maccabee’s solo musical explorations. Maccabee creates vast, satisfying sonic geographies and atmospheres, with signposts marked in mystery, yearning, and unexpected detours. A highly sought-after collaborator, Maccabee’s work as violist and vocalist is featured on projects with Julia Holter, Tune-Yards, Carla Bozulich, Beth Custer, Vienna Teng, and many others. But for this night, in keeping with her beautiful, experimental 2017 album, The World Is in the Work, Maccabee presents originally composed and produced solo pieces. Using what’s at hand—her viola, violin, voice, and electronics—Maccabee sends us on our ways.
A special Sunday Supper for concertgoers follows the performance at 6:30PM.
Above: Dina Maccabee
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