Bug Incision

Friday, October 8, 2010 — 8:00pm
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Bug Incision is a label and a concert series, mostly occurring in monthly instalments. This collective promotes and performs concerts of improvised music, and a first-time collaboration with a flamenco dancer to launch M:ST 5.

Part of the Migrant Media series for M:ST 5

Chris Dadge is the person behind Bug Incision. He’s a percussionist and spreads himself liberally around the city’s music scene, working with such acts as Bent Spoon Duo, Lab Coast, Woodpigeon, Jay Crocker, Lorrie Matheson, Thighs, Theatre Junction, among others. His kitchen-sink approach to per cussion has also put him on stages with internationally renowned players such as Mats Gustafsson, Eric Chenaux, Peter Evans, Eugene Chadbourne and Nels Cline.

Thom Golub, one of the finer double bassists in western Canada and key to Edmonton’s creative music community, co-helming The Improvised Network (TIN) from the 90s into the early 2000s. He’s also played with a staggering variety of folks: Robin Hunter, Wendy McNeil, Le Fuzz, Bob Tildesley, to name a handful. He’s a prolific solo performer and writes contemporary compositions.

Rosanna Terracciano is an independent flamenco dance artist based in Calgary. She is a performer, choreographer, teacher and producer.

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