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The Washington State Chapter of Percussive Arts Society presents...

2014 Fall Kick-Off - Mini Day of Percussion!

Saturday, October 25, 2014
1:00PM to 4:00PM
CMA Performance Center 
4501 Interlake Ave. N. Suite 9, Seattle, WA 98103 (in Wallingford, Next to The Drum Exchange).

Suggested donation: $5.00 (all proceeds go to WAPAS) 

The event will have clinics, performances, door prizes and more!

Sponsored by The Drum Exchange, CMA, Washington State Percussive Arts Society and Zildjian.

[Schedule]
1:00 Ed Hartman, World Percussion 
1:40 Tom Collier, Jazz Vibes
2:20 General Meeting
2:40 Tim Feeney, Experimental Percussion 
3:20 Mark Ivester, Drumset 


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[BIOS]
Tim Feeney --Percussion & Electronics:
*Sponsored by: Zildjian
http://www.timfeeney.com/
Tim Feeney seeks to explore and examine the timbral possibilities inherent in everyday found and built objects. He treats his percussion setup as a friction instrument, using bows, scrapers, and rosined drumheads to capture and amplify frequencies that go unheard when an object is struck with a traditional mallet. He supplements this acoustic console with an electronic instrument, arranged from mixers, contact microphones, and effects pedals, that synthesizes and alters the spectralcharacteristics of low-fidelity tones, feedback, and noise.
He has performed with musicians including thereminist James Coleman, cellist/electronic musician Vic Rawlings, pianist Annie Lewandowski, tape-deck manipulator Howard Stelzer, trumpeter Nate Wooley, sound artists Jed Speare and Ernst Karel, saxophonist Jack Wright, the trio Meridian (with percussionists Nick Hennies and Greg Stuart), and the trio ONDA (with vocalist Ken Ueno and violinist Hillary Zipper. His concerts have been held at experimental spaces such as the Red Room in Baltimore, Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, Firehouse 12 in New Haven, Connecticut, the Knitting Factory New York, and the Stone, as well as the Center for New Music and Audio Technology at UC-Berkeley, the Stanford Art Museum, Princeton University, and Dartmouth College.

Tom Collier -- Mallet Instruments
http://www.tomcolliervibes.com/
Tom Collier during his nearly 60 years in music is a reflection of his international reputation in jazz, classical and pop circles. Collier celebrated his first public performance at the age of 5 in 1954 and will mark the 60th anniversary of that performance with a concert at Meany Hall in Seattle, WA in April 2014.
Tom has appeared in concert and on recordings with many important jazz and popular artists including Eddie Daniels, Ry Cooder, Earl "Fatha" Hines, Roger Kellaway, Emil Richards, Don Grusin, Alex Acu--a, Frank Zappa, Ralph Humphrey,Victor Feldman, Howard Roberts, Ernie Watts, Dave Holland, Cal Tjader, Shelly Manne, Joe Porcaro, Laurindo Almeida, Buddy DeFranco, Diane Schurr, Peggy Lee, Natalie Cole, Morganna King, Herb Ellis, Bill Mays, Bobby Shew, ErnestineAnderson, Mannheim Steamroller, Sammy Davis, Jr., Barbra Streisand, Johnny Mathis, Olivia Newton-John, The Beach Boys, The Mills Brothers, Della Reese and many more.

Mark Ivester -- Drumset
http://originarts.com/artists/artist.php?Artist_ID=87
Mark Ivester is a versatile drummer and percussionist with extensive experience playing a variety of musical genres from rock to jazz to orchestral music. Ivester has performed with numerous jazz artists of international stature including Larry Coryell, Freddie Hubbard, Diane Schuur, Mose Allison, Charlie Byrd and Eartha Kitt. He currently performs and records with the Jovino Santos Neto
Quartet, Greta Matassa and Susan Pasca. Ivester has also performedwith the Honolulu, Spokane and Walla Walla Symphony Orchestras. Ivester is a founding member of the professional percussion ensemble Happy Hammers, a group that performs a broad cross--section of percussion music of various ethnic origins including the steel drums

Ed Hartman -- World Percussion
Sponsored by The Drum Exchange and YAMAHA
http://edhartmanmusic.com/
Originally from Chicago, Ed received his degree in percussion from Indiana University. Ed Hartman has written articles, sheet music and books about music for Olympic Publications, and C. Alan Publications. His albums "The River", "Northwest Passage", "Wood and Metal Music" and "Marimbells of Christmas" have received national critical acclaim.
Ed Hartman has recorded and performed with numerous bands, orchestras, dance and theatre co's including: Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel, Tickle Tune Typhoon, and Ellipsis. In the Northwest, he has become a top freelance percussionist and recording artist. As a soloist, Ed has performed at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in NYC. His own bands The Olympic Marimba Band (World) and Northwest Passage (Jazz) perform music from around the world. Ed also performs as a solo one-man-band at concerts, fairs, festivals, schools, colleges and events of all kinds.
Ed has scored music for film, T.V., radio, and even a planetarium. His music has been heard in the motion pictures "The Blind Side" and "Scooby Doo, The Mystery Begins" (Warner Bros.), "The Cold Light of Day" (Summit Ent.), "Surviving Christmas" (Dreamworks), "Mini's First Time" (Bold Films), "Forbidden Fruit" (Jeff Madsen Productions), and "The Parlyzing Agent" (Z Flight Productions Ed's music has been on ABC, HBO, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, GREEN, PBS, TRAVEL, TLC, Current TV, and other networks. 

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Location

CMA Gallery
4501 Interlake Ave N #9
Seattle, WA 98103 

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