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Ah ee oo eh oh: Id M Theft Able

Id M Thfft Able(AKA I’d M Theft Able) is an improvising vocalist/frictist/texturalist (amongst other things) from Portland, ME.

He has played at various festivals, bars, living rooms, bathrooms, beaches, galleries, book stores, mansions, basements, birthday parties, across the United States, Canada, and Europe.

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The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia: March 2015

The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia is a monthly series curated by dance artist Loren Groenendaal and experimental percussionist flandrew fleisenberg that features improvisational dance, music, and other experimental performance from local and touring artists.

For March, the series included six movements:

Movement I

Megan Stern, dance and movement
flandrew fleisenberg, the unique percussionist and sound creator
and
Connor Przybyszewski, trombone

Movement II – Sounding and Moving “Collaboration #20”

Bil Wa
Jasmin Schaitl
Amy Jean
and
Julie Verdone

Movement III

Mauri Walton, dance & movement
Scott Prato, guitar

Movement IV

Julie Verdone, dance
William Clarke-Fields, electronics

Movement V

Megan Stern
Mauri Walton
Loren Groenendaal
William Clarke-Fields
Connor Przybyszewski
Scott Prato

Movement VI

flandrew fleisenberg, the unique percussionist and sound creator
Bil Wa
Jasmin Schaitl

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The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia at Mascher Space

is a monthly series curated by dance artist Loren Groenendaal and experimental percussionist flandrew fleisenberg and features improvisational dance, music, and other experimental performances from local and touring artists.

The January performance took place at Mascher Space and featured a duet by fleisenberg and Jodi Obeid:

Another duet by Rori Smith and Drake Tyler:

And then a collective piece performed by:

Mike Bullock, Modular synth
Linda Bullock, video
flandrew fleisenberg, percussion
Julius Masri, expert playing of a surprise
Drake Tyler, Electronics
Loren Groenendaal
Jodi Obeid
and
Rori Smith

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Destroy// Philly

Can a dance be destroyed?
Dance artist Leyya Tawil answers the question in a piece titled: Destroy.

The performance took place at Mascher Space in Philadelphia, PA.

Music
Devin Hoff (bass)
Julius Masri (drums)
&
Nick Millevoi (guitar)

Dancers
Kate Abernethy
Gregory Holt
Barbara Tait
Antonia Z Brown
Willa Brown
Shannon Murphy
Sophie Malin
&
Leyya Mona Tawil