June 2010 News Archive

2010.06.21

Many fans of ambient & experimental music are already aware that Robert Rich tours the country most years, and that 2010 tour has just about
wrapped up. The last few shows will happen in Portland and Seattle, though the previously-planned Portland “sleep concert” for June 25th has
been cancelled. We hope everybody in the NW will have a chance to see one of these shows. Any of you going out to the Portland show at Clinton
Street Theater, we’ll see you there!

By the way, whether you’re going to one of these shows or not, please spread the word to everybody you know who might be interested. Robert
always puts on a great show. We want to give him incentive to return to our area whenever he tours, and the best way to do that is with a good turnout.
Information about the specific shows comes from Robert’s own announcement as follows:

Robert Rich will be performing in Portland and Seattle,
next week and the following week. We hope we can see some
of you there. Here are the dates and locations:

Wednesday June 23
Portland, OR
7:00 PM
Live in-store performance, free admission
Music Millennium
3158 East Burnside Street, Portland OR 97214-1995
Info: 503-231-8926

Thursday June 24
Portland, OR
The Clinton Street Theater
2522 SE Clinton St.
Portland, OR 97202
Events Phone: 503.238.8899
Message/Contact Phone: 503.238.5588
Doors at 8:00, concert at 9:00 PM
$15 advance, $20 at door
(Buy advanced tickets from us at https://dxc.securesites.com/sj2010.htm)

Thursday July 1
Seattle, WA
8:00 PM
The Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., Seattle (SW corner of 50th)
Part of the Wayward Music Series (http://waywardmusic.blogspot.com)
$5-$15 sliding scale, door only
Info: gscchapel (at) gmail (dot) com
tel: 206-789-1939

Friday July 2
Renton WA
7:00 PM Free Lecture (not a concert)
“Using Modular Synthesizers In Live Performances”
Renton Technical College
Blencoe Auditorium, Building C
3000 NE 4th St
Renton, WA 98056
Info email: wa7bsr (at) gmail (dot) com

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