SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2nd, 2014 10pm @ SIBERIA
2227 St. Claude Ave in New Orleans
HELEN GILLET’s ELECTRO ACOUSTIC FRENCH JAZZ ENSEMBLE featuring Doug Garrison on drums + Jon Gross on tuba + Rex Gregory on flute, clarinet, melodica and sax + Mark Southerland on horn sculptures, 8 track and tenor saxophone.
I loved my four years at “belwah!” ~ Helen
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Marcello Benetti “Shuffled” 4et featuring Helen Gillet, Jeff Albert & Rex Gregory.
Thursday June 19 – Robbies House of Jazz – st Louis -7.30pm – Friday June 20 – H&R Block Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute -Kansas City – 7pm – Friday June 20 – The Brick – Kansas City -10pm – Saturday June 21 – Filament Theatre Ensemble – Chicago -8pm – Sunday June 22 – Hungry Brain -Chicago -10pm
Celebrate the world premiere of a full-length work created with the dynamic force that is New Orleans cellist Helen Gillet. Memory Palace delves into the complex process of how memories are constructed, and what happens to people when memories begin to deteriorate.
Helen Gillet, who has been accused of coaxing energy and lifting the spirits into dynamic and dazzling displays of artistry, will be accompanied by Kansas City’s Cox/Owen Dance Company, Choreographed by Jen Owen, saxophonist and horn sculptor Mark Southerland, composer and arranger Brad Cox, and artist Peregrine Honig.
Tickets cost $10-$20. Tickets are available at the UMKC Central Ticket Office and online.
4949 Cherry St.
Kansas City, MO 64110
Join the New Orleans Film Society for their sixth installment of our Moonlight Moviesseries with the silent masterpiece Metropolis. Live musical accompaniment provided by Helen Gillet, Javier Gutierrez, and Pascal Valcasara. Presented in partnership with the U.S. Mint, Louisiana Museum Foundation, Alliance Francaise de la Nouvelle Orleans, the European Commission, and the World Trade Center of New Orleans.
April 18 at sundown (7:45 p.m.)
NOFS/Alliance Francaise/Louisiana Museum Foundation/ Friends of the Cabildo Members: $3
Rain Date: May 16
“Helen Gillet opens New Orleans Jazz Fest with a passionate performance. It’s not easy to put a label on experimental cellist Helen Gillet’s sound. She rarely adheres to musical borders. If her art was more visual than musical, you could imagine her coloring way outside the lines.”
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THANK YOU ALL FOR BEING SUCH A MAGICAL AUDIENCE!!
I HAD SO MUCH FUN!