Road to Aacheron
an original oratorio of darkness and mystery by Rent Romus
"No one dreamed they could possibly exist! One person stands at the precispise of our destruction!"
featuring film by Michael Mersereau with
Life's Blood Ensemble & Cardew Choir
Aria performances by
Tom Bickley, Bob Marsh, Polly Moller, Mantra Plonsey, Kattt Atchley
members Life's Blood Ensemble
Joshua Marshall - tenor saxophone, Rent Romus - alto saxophone, Mark Clifford - vibraphone, Heikki Koskinen - e-trumpet, Timothy Orr - drums & percussion, Max Judelson - double bass, Safa Shokrai - double bass, Amber Lamprecht - oboe, Erika Oba - flute, CJ Borosque - percussion, David Leikam - moog synthesizer
members of Cardew Choir
Tom Bickley, Bob Marsh, Dean Santomieri, Eric Theise, Jaime Robles, David Samas
guest vocalists: Polly Moller, Mantra Plonsey, Kattt Atchley
Road to Aacheron, a creation of Rent Romus, is an original work of odd musical suspense and mystery inspired by the writers of Fantastic Fiction of the 1930's. The project features musicians and vocalists from the experimental and theatrical music communities, interweaving abstract film, experimental music. Road to Aacheron is
**2 Nights Only 7:30 Door 8:00 Performance**
Tickets at the Door
$20 General Admission, $15 Sudents/Seniors
$15 General $12 Students/Seniors
The world premiere of the Road to Aacheron is made possible through the Musical Grant Program, which is administered by the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music, and supported by the Heller Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the San Francisco Foundation and Grants for the Arts|San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund.
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When & Where
The Finnish Kaleva Hall
1970 Chestnut Street
The mission of Outsound Presents is to encourage experimental musical composition, improvisational performance, and the invention and use of new musical instruments. Genres include jazz, the avant-garde, found sound, noise art, musique concrète, minimalism, and the unnamable. We support the presentation of original works of new, creative, and experimental music and sound while raising public awareness of local and touring musicians as an alternative to both traditional and market-driven music.