Yep, so far about 10 of us in the Heartland are planning a loop event. Chicago seems to be the best central location as well as a great town to hang in for a weekend. After the first event we'll arrange others in other towns, hopefully most of the same participants will travel to Ohio, Michigan, etc. We're trying to start a loop tour circuit.
But first Chicago, sometime in September.
From: Eric Leonardson [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 3:04 PM
To: Todd Quincy; Loopers (E-mail)
Subject: Re: midwest loop
I'm in Chicago but not sure what you're proposing by the term,
"secure location." Sounds like you're talking about a loop fest,
Upcoming Performances, Broadcasts, Etc.:
Friday, July 13, 5:00--8:00 pm, opening trio performance with Stephen
Boyer (invented instruments) and Laurie Lee Moses (saxophone) at
Fassbender van Straaten Gallery, for INTERFACE: EXPLORING
POSSIBILITIES. Address: 835 W. Washington. (312) 666-4302.
Friday, July 20, 10:00 pm, duo performance with Carol Genetti (voice)
and the duo of Jonathan Chen (violin, electronics) and Jen Walshe
(voice), at the Nervous Center, 4612 N. Lincoln Ave. (773) 728-5010
Friday, July 27, 9:00 pm, Dead CEO presents: Eric Leonardson, solo;
Carol Genetti (voice) and Fred Lonberg-Holm (cello), duo; Other
artists to be confirmed, at the Nervous Center, 4612 N. Lincoln Ave.
Tuesday, July 31, 8:00 pm, trio performance with Hal Rammel (invented
instruments), Eric Leonardson (invented instruments), Michael Zerang
(percussion) at the Candlestick Maker, 4432 N. Kedzie, (773)
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