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Textures Ambient Showcase, October 28 at Mutiny Information Cafe


textures ambient showcase presents
Victoria Lundy, Haunted Sound Laboratory, Herpes Hideaway

textures ambient showcase features 3 live acts each LAST Sunday of the month, 7:30 p.m.,Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 South Broadway, Denver. Shows are ALL-AGES and beverages are available. We requests a $5 -10 donation for the artists.

The Flux Crew In Concert

The Flux Crew in Concert at the Pine Street Church

Friday, November 16th : 8:00 PM : $20 at the door 
1237 Pine Street, Boulder, CO
$15 ONLINE at (through 11/15)


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join us for an evening of sonic shape shifting 
The Flux Crew is a fifteen piece chamber ensemble that engages in real time collaborative composition. The ensemble is made up of outstanding musicians, from diverse musical backgrounds, who are adept at the art of Conduction. 


Beginning his professional career, at the age of nineteen, as a musical arranger and multi-instrumentalist (trombone, flutes, keyboards, percussion), Dino J. A. Deane worked in funk bands around Los Angeles. He also worked as a studio recording musician and as a sideman for Ike and Tina Turner. In the mid 1970’s Deane moved to San Francisco where he became involved, as an improvising artist, in the diverse communities of dramatic theater, modern dance, free jazz and punk rock.
Moving to NYC in the early 1980's Mr. Deane pioneered the use of live-electronics, live-looping and live-sampling, simultaneously in three distinct genres of music on the international stage : In the art / punk band Indoor Life, playing trombone controlled synthesizer : In the fourth world music of trumpet master Jon Hassell, as an electro-acoustic percussionist : In the Conduction orchestras of Butch Morris, where he live-sampled the ensembles in performance.  
During this period Mr. Deane also worked as a sound designer for dramatic theater, with writer directors Sam Shepard, Julie Hebert and Christoph Marthaler and maintained another long-term relationship in the world of modern dance with dancer choreographer Colleen Mulvihill, creating and performing numerous dance / music works. 
In 1997 after collaborating with Butch Morris for twelve years, Deane began conducting his own ensemble, Out of Context (1997 to 2013) and by 2000 he was teaching Conduction in workshops. Since Maestro Morris' passing in 2013, Mr. Deane has committed himself to continuing the legacy of Conduction through education, by providing workshops for conductors, musicians, actors and spoken word artists. He is a co-editor of Morris' book The Art of Conduction and co-produced the 10 CD Box-Set Testament : a Conduction Collection. His current Conduction ensemble is the FluxCrew based in Denver/Boulder.
Between 1985 and 2012, Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris created and produced over 200 Conductions worldwide, refining with each performance this unique musical concept. His numerous recordings and projects express a range of accomplishment that distinguishes him, then as now. Butch Morris' Conductions have embraced improvisatory and interpretive musical cultures - from Jazz ensembles, symphonic orchestras, and electro-acoustic, choral and Pop to traditional musicians and instrumentation from North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle-East -.Through it, Morris has engaged an astonishing number and variety of musicians from different cultures and traditions. He defines it this way:

“Conduction®: The practice of conveying and interpreting a lexicon of directives to modify or construct sonic arrangement or composition; a structure-content exchange between composer /conductor /instrumentalist that provides immediate possibilities to alter or initiate harmony, melody, rhythm, tempo, progression, articulation, phrasing or form by manipulating pitch, dynamics (volume/intensity/density), timbre, duration, silence, and organization in real-time”.

Lawrence D. “Butch” Morris is now recognized as the principal theorist and practitioner in the evolution of the Art of Conduction® -- a significant innovation in the confluence of jazz, new music, improvisation and contemporary classical music. Mr. Morris's work redefines the roles of composer, conductor, arranger and performer, and bridges the gap between composer, interpreter and improviser. His is a world of synthesis whose music and performance contributions will help to sustain the health, longevity, and creativity of music, culture, and the arts in this, our 21st century.

ValHallows Eve at Lair of Abraxas October 13


I will be playing a theremin set at ValHallows Eve at Lair of Abraxas this year. Lair of Abraxas are a Viking themed tabletop gaming establishment serving Mead, Wine, and local beer and provide snacks and some foods.

This is a ticketed event.

We will have food, fun, performances, contests, and most excitingly (and for the first time EVER), VIP access before our doors even open! Of course, as ever, we will also include a charity fundraiser. 

Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 6 PM – 1 AM

Great Hall of Abraxas
12004 Melody Drive, Westminster, Colorado 80234
Call (720) 502-2142

Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meetup: A Century of Electronic Music -Talk & Performance



Wednesday, October 10, 2018
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Clancy's Irish Pub

7000 West 38th Avenue · Wheat Ridge

Meetup #67 will feature a presentation and performance by Thereminist Victoria Lundy. Well also be at a new venue. Details below.

The theremin was invented by a young Russian physicist named Lev Sergevich Termen (known in the West as Léon Theremin) in 1919, so we're coming up on the 100th anniversary. It’s a electronically straightforward but musically difficult instrument, and it influenced everything that came after it. But what came before it? We’ll take a look at early electronic instruments and see how we’ve come back to the theremin after it almost disappeared in the 20th century, only to experience a renaissance in the 21st.

Clancy’s Irish Pub in Wheat Ridge has a great traditional pub feel upstairs with a separate stage and bar down a set of stairs in the basement that will be great for performances. They offer a full pub menu and a variety of beers. Checkout pics and menus here


7:00-7:20 Arrive, get name tag, consider a donation, order some food and drink
7:30-7:45 Meetup kickoff and announcements
7:45-8:30 A Century of Electronic Music Presentation by Victoria Lundy
8:30-9:00 Mingle and hands-on with Analog Four
9:00-9:30 Theremin performance by Victoria Lundy
9:30-10:00 Mingle, wrap-up


Archives as Muse Exhibit: Review of Esther Hz Performance on

Esther HZ tear mechanism

Photo provided by Esther Hz.

"What do we do with our grief? When we approach others with it, they may recoil from us, wanting to focus on “happy things.” They may crowd around us with support, although the support might not be more than a digital thumbs-up and an awkward smile in public. In most cases, people don’t know what to do, especially if tears are involved."


Archives as Muse Exhibit -- theremin performance Oct 27

What happens when archives and history inspire art? What does it look like? How does it sound, feel, or, even, taste? What is the process behind transforming archival materials into new creations?

Featuring new and inspired work from Colorado artists Esther Hernandez, Nathan Hall, Sarah Fukami, Elyssa Lewis, George Perez, Sarah Walsh, John Lake and Sarah Gjertson who all used archival materials as their muse. 

Performances by Esther HZ and Elyssa Lewis at 7:00pm 
& again at 8:00p on the 27th. 

Archives as Muse After Party on the 26th.
Archives as Muse Exhibit Reception on the 27th.
Exhibit runs October 23rd-29th.

I will be accompanying Esther HZ's performance on theremin at the Oct. 27th reception -- 7pm and 8pm 


1112 E 17th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80218