Details.

  • Date
    26/10/2013
  • Time
    8 PM
  • Address
    Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto
  • $15
    Concert/Reception
  • $25
    CD/Concert/Reception
  • Reservation
  • Tel.
    647-216-5519

Leaves Will SpeakI am delighted to present my first completely solo guitar recording, Leaves Will Speak. The circa 70 minute CD features original compositions and improvisations; the diverse collection is informed mainly by modern jazz, classical/new music and a number of world music streams I’ve very much embraced over the years, particularly those stemming from the Eastern-European, Middle-Eastern, Latin American and East Indian zones. I like to think of my composing and improvising as places where I often bring aspects of my various musical loves together into a coherent whole. The CD includes some refreshed versions of past works and those especially written for the project. There are also six completely improvised works. I won’t try to re-create them the night of the release! But interestingly enough, I’ve recently been drawn to excerpting themes from improvised moments I feel are especially worthy of revisiting, and building new improvisations upon them. Why not? That’s good discussion food. Ah, food… there will be some delicious snacks after the show, and a cash bar. Hope to see you at the Leaves Will Speak launch. I’ll play, we’ll nosh, drink and celebrate! The schmeetails are directly below:

When: Saturday October 26th, 2013, 8PM (doors, general seating, 7:30)

Where: Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto:

Reservations:

$15 – concert/reception
$25 – CD/concert/reception

To RESERVE, please email: josephlandau@hotmail.com (preferably) or call him at 647-216-5519

Joseph will reply shortly afterwards, letting you know you’ve got tickets waiting at the door the night of the concert (or that it’s sold out, ahhh, don’t let that happen to you!)

Important:

Only Cash accepted! No credit cards/debit/cheques. Extra CD’s will be on sale for $15 each. I will also have some print music on sale for those who like to tangle with chords.

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