9/8/18, 6pm: Classical Revolution LA Presents: Timelapse (@the Silverlake Lounge)
Join us for one of our more eclectic double-bill shows in recent memory! We begin by exploring baroque, folk, and new electro-acoustic pieces with Rachel Van Amburgh (oboe), joined by Erin Young (guitar), and round out the evening with the post-industrial, neo-classical stylings of George Sarah (synth/electronics) and his String Ensemble (featuring Ryan Song, cello, and Anna Vosbigian, violin). Their program will feature pieces from Sarah’s ‘Timelapse’ full length and ‘Min And Elsa’ 12″ vinyl, both on Seattle’s Flat Field Records.
Suggested donation $10 (pay what you can)
Great drink specials!
Small lot & Street Parking
Cafe Tropicalé and Silverlake Ramen nearby
George Sarah (synth/electronics) is a Electronic film and tv composer and multi-instrumentalist. With 10 full length releases and a former member of Stereotaxic Device (KK/Rough Trade) and THC (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), he has collaborated with members of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, David J (Bauhaus/Love and Rockets), Alain Whyte (Morrisey), and Joss Whedon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Avengers), to name a few.
Dr. Rachel Van Amburgh (oboe/electronics) is a dynamic, versatile oboist in the Los Angeles area, performing with ensembles such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Downey Symphony, Bakersfield Symphony, Dream Orchestra, and many others. Rachel is a founding member of the chamber ensemble Switch, a new group dedicated to bridging the gap between classical and popular music, and co-directs the chamber music series Classical Revolution: LA. In addition to being an adjunct faculty member at Glendale College and Pierce College since 2017, she also maintains a private oboe studio, and composes electro-acoustic music for oboe.