Trinosophes, the new club what experimental/world music pioneer and champion Joel Petersen, will see its grand opening on Saturday, March 9.
That first show will feature the Matthew Shipp Trio, Space Band, Isles of ESP, James Baljo, Skeeter, Shelton's Spectrum 2 and hopefully Noah from Duly's Coney Island; DJs Brad Hales, Scott Zacharias and The Blackman; exhibition by Bailey Scieszka, mirrors by Jimbo Easter.
Cover is $20 and the entertainment starts at 5 p.m.
The venue has plenty lines up too;
March 17: Lotte Anker and Fred Lonberg-Holm
March 23: Scavenger Quartet CD release, Clem Fortuna plays microtonal music and more TBA
March 29: Thollem McDonas Electric performs "Tsigoti In The Valley Of The Cloud Builder"
Visit the venue's Facebook page for more info.Follow @City_Slang
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