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Dan Brunkhorst at Sound Gallery June 19

Dan Brunckhorst

Dan Brunkhorst uses percussion, electronics, and instruments he has fashioned from found objects to create a world of improvised sound. He will be giving the first solo performance of Sound Gallery at 7:30 pm June 19th in Helena, Montana.

Push the green button (below) to  buy tickets online. Tickets are also available at 1+1=1 Gallery. Call 406.431.9931 for info or stop by 434 N. Last Chance Gulch to buy tickets in person or contact Mj Willians at 406.422,3690.

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What does Dan Brunkhorst’s music sound like? Well …

“…an electronic language of microtonally tectonic shifting long tones. skittering plates of bell fields – bird scatter. the flow and motion of random intersections – cascading, spelunking indeterminacy. the insistently a-rhythmic implications of time slipping through the ears’ grasp – mist, fog, sea-foam, transience – vapor. as if reaching, metaphorically, to play the unplayable places – not un-akin to this verbiage as an attempt to talk about sound, as heard in a particular moment.” ~ Scott Ray in a review of Dan Brunkhorst’s music

Dan Brunckhorst's instrument

Dan Brunckhorst's instrument


What Is Sound Gallery?

What would it be like: hearing music through someone else’s ears? What does it mean to really listen. Can we hear three-dimensionally? Is music the most personal of all the art forms? Do we hear with only our ears? The Sound Gallery will be dedicated to the exploration of both music and listening. We invite you to join us on a grand adventure which is half “music performance” and half you the audience and your ability to listen.

“New music: new listening. Not an attempt to understand something that is being said,for, if something were being said, the sounds would be given the shapes of words. Just an attention to the activity of sounds.” John Cage

In a world full of sound we are proposing a series of small concerts that are unique journeys into an interior landscape of musical composition. Whether instantaneous or written down, each concert will be an original sonic viewpoint.

For more info, call Maureen 406.431.9931 or Mj Williams 406.422,3690

Buy tickets in person at 434 N. Last Chance Gulch or buy online here:

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