live

Dominions at INTERsection

  • the Jam Factory 2 Matilda St Toronto, ON, M4M 1L9 Canada

The Music Gallery and Intersection present

SHALABI EFFECT
https://soundcloud.com/annihaya-records/2-02-beauty-queen-crime-scene

JASON DOELL
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTZOwdD2UuA

Part of the Departures Series
Sunday September 6
Doors: 8pm | Concert: 9pm
The Jam Factory, 2 Matilda St.
Tickets: $12 Regular | $8 members/students | $10 Advance at musicgallery.org

Shalabi Effect have been making genre-defying improvised gonzo psychedelic music for over 2 decades. The band consists of Sam Shalabi, who’s many projects also include the formidable Land of Kush Egyptian psychedelic orchestra among his brave solo releases and numerous projects, Anthony Von Seck, guitarist and setar player, Will Eizlini, experimental composer and tabla player, and Alexandre St. Onge experimental musician and sonic explorer.

The band has released several albums internationally, with their 6th album in the works. Shalabi Effect have created a special EP release for the summer tour schedule available at the shows in a personalized artful packaging by Will Eizlini.

Jason Doell is a Toronto composer whose work often skirts the edges of chamber music and sound art. He last appeared at the Music Gallery as part of a sonic dance titled Wild Bengal Tigers (with Germaine Liu), judged by BlogTO to be one of Toronto’s top concerts of 2014. Jason won the Canadian Music Centre’s Toronto Emerging Composer Award last year as well. He’ll be performing with his new ensemble Dominions, a band that he has put together to perform quiet and delicate chamber music pieces outside of typical chamber music settings. Personnel: Anastasia Tchernikova on piano, Eslin McKay on violin, Evan Lamberton on cello and Jason Doell on guitar.
www.jasondoell.com