SIMF #22 – 2007

The 22nd Seattle Improvised Music Festival took place over two weekends, February 9 – 10 and 16 – 17, 2007. It was presented by Seattle Improvised Music and Nonsequitur with support from 4Culture, and curated by Gust Burns, Bob Gallup, and Jonathan Sielaff. Public workshops were held on Saturday afternoons. All events took place at Gallery 1412.

Participating artists:

Jeffrey Allport, percussion (Vancouver, BC); Jason E. Anderson, electronics; Kyle Bruckmann, oboe (Bay Area); Gust Burns, piano; Jesse Canterbury, clarinets; Andy Hayleck, percussion/laptop (Baltimore); Bill Horist, electric guitar; Bonnie Jones, electronics (Baltimore); Tatsuya Nakatani, percussion (Japan/NYC); Andrea Neumann, piano guts (Berlin); Jaime Potter, electronics; Wally Shoup, sax; Jonathan Sielaff, clarinets/saw (Portland); Chris Stover, trombone; Noriaki Watanabe, recording (Japan); Nate Wooley, trumpet (Jersey City, NJ)

Friday, February 9
Quartet – Jason Anderson, Andy Hayleck, Bonnie Jones, Jaime Potter
Trio – Kyle Bruckmann, Jesse Canterbury, Christ Stover
Trio – Kyle Bruckmann, Andy Hayleck, Jonathan Sielaff

(Spiral Cage blog review)

Saturday, February 10
Workshop – Kyle Bruckmann
Trio – Kyle Bruckmann, Bonnie Jones, Jaime Potter
Solo – Kyle Bruckmann
Duo – Andy Hayleck, Bonnie Jones

(Spiral Cage blog review)

Friday, February 16
Trio – Jeffrey Allport, Jason Anderson, Nate Wooley
Solo – Tatsuya Nakatani
Solo – Nate Wooley
Quartet – Jeffrey Allport, Gust Burns, Andrea Neumann, Nate Wooley

(Spiral Cage blog review)

Saturday, February 17
Workshop – Tatsuya Nakatani, Andrea Neumann, Nate Wooley
Solo – Andrea Neumann
Trio – Tatsuya Nakatani, Andrea Neumann, Nate Wooley
Trio – Bill Horist, Wally Shoup, Nate Wooley

(Spiral Cage blog review)

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