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TONIGHT: Gowanus Co. at Douglass Street Music Collective (Brooklyn)
(Published: November 26, 2013)

Gowanus Co. convenes tonight Tuesday 11/26 7PM at Douglass Street Music Collective (295 Douglass St, Brooklyn, NY 11217) with a stellar cast of improvisers including Christopher Hoffman, Dan Blake, Fay Victor, Han-earl Park, Ingrid Laubrock, Jason Kao Hwang, Jeremiah Lockwood (Jeremiah joins after 8PM), Josh Sinton, Ken Filiano, Kyoko Kitamura, Michael Evans, Nick Didkovsky, Olie Brice, Russ Lossing (Russ Lossing until 8:30PM), Tom Rainey, Viv Corringham and more. This is a special evening in honor of Han-earl Park who will be leaving the U.S. next month.

Modeled on the week-long Company events Derek Bailey did for several decades, featured performers are asked to play in two or more groups consisting of 3-6 people each. Josh Sinton, Han-earl Park and Kyoko Kitamura will decide what those groups are ahead of time. Each group will get to play for at least 10-15 minutes. After all the prearranged groups have played, performers will spontaneously form their own groups and play through the night.

More Information: http://295douglass.org/

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