Ampersand: A WMBR&List Concert – August 15th!

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Our Ampersand concert series starts on August 15th at 8:00 pm!  The show starts at Bartos Theatre at 8:00 pm; theatre located at: E15-070, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA 02142.

Get your tickets here!  $3 for MIT affiliates, $5 for general public.

Ampersand is a new concert series put together by WMBR&List Visual Arts Center to bring music and visual art together.

The concert series debuts with headlining artist Julia Kent, an electroacoustic cellist from NYC that uses looped and layered cello recordings to explore the relationship between human creations and nature. The opening artist will be Luke Damrosch, an electroacoustic percussionist and visual artist from Providence, RI. Ampersand is a new concert series put together by WMBR&List Visual Arts Center to bring music and visual art together. Be sure to arrive early and head upstairs to enjoy the List’s latest exhibit by artist Ken Okiishi. LIST Project: Ken Okiishi

Doors open at 7:30 pm.

More details: Ampersand Site, WMBR Home
Event contact information: ampersand@wmbr.org

Julia Kent, born in Vancouver, is a cellist currently based in New York City.  She combines electronic aspects to her acoustic music to create a distinct, haunting element to her music. Her latest album, Character, was released this year, and follows her others releases Green and Grey (2011), Last Day In July (EP, 2010), and Delay (2007). Her compositions have been featured in the films This Must Be The Place, The Boxing Girls Of Kabul, and Trinidad. For more information, go to her website, music.juliakent.com, or email her at juliakent@theleaflabel.com.

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Luke Damrosch, born in Washington DC, earned his BFA in Jazz Performance from the New School in New York in 2008. He is currently based in Providence, RI.  Luke combines acoustic and electronic elements in his work, creating unique ambient tones that set him apart from most artists. He also incorporates visual aspects, both in video and in print, to many of his pieces, providing a transcendental experience. For further information, go to his website, lukedamrosch.net, or email him at lukedamrosch@gmail.com.

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