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    Feb
    2023

    Clarice Jensen / Clerida Eltime / GADADU Feb 23

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

      

    Clarice Jensen is a composer and cellist based in New York who graduated with a BM and MM from the Juilliard School. As a solo artist, Clarice has developed a distinctive compositional approach, improvising and layering her cello through shifting loops and a chain of electronic effects to open out and explore a series of rich, drone-based sound fields. Pulsing, visceral and full of color, her work is deeply immersive, marked by a wonderful sense of restraint and an almost hallucinatory clarity. Meditative yet with a sculptural sharpness and rigor that sets it apart from the swathe of New Age / DIY droners, she has forged a very elegant and precise vision.

    Clerida Eltimé has made her mark in classical, pop, and hip hop music, performing with artists including Frank Ocean, J.Cole, Nas, Solange and the legendary Stevie Wonder. She has performed at prestigious venues such as Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall, Central Park’s SummerStage and The Museum of Modern Art. Clerida also performed a blind audition for NBC’s The Voice in early 2020. She just wrapped up an off-Broadway musical where she doubled playing cello and electric bass. Clérida’s primary studies were with Julia Lichten, of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and is a graduate of Purchase College (BM’ – Cello Performance).

    With a kaleidoscopic sense of time and texture, GADADU weaves odd-meter grooves, synth-spiked orchestral arrangements, and unorthodox song forms into a dreamy, soulful sound. Founded in 2013 by Hannah Selin (voice, viola) and Nicki Adams (keys/synths), GADADU also features the sounds and talents of bandmates Patrick Adams (trumpet), Ayumi Ishito (tenor sax), Daniel Stein (bass) and Arthur Vint (drums). GADADU has released three full-length albums: The Weatherman Is Wrong (2022), Outer Song (2018), and And I See Night (2015). Their new album moves between the natural and the supernatural, staying true to their live sound while traveling through expanded soundscapes of strings, field recordings, synths, and vocals.

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