8:00 pm20:00

lily [bloom in my darkness]

  • Chapel Performance Space

In every American's family there is at least one refugee. Learn. Honor. Embrace.


libretto by felicia klingenberg.

featuring Kaley Lane Eaton (voice and electronics), Karin Stevens (dance), Heather Bentley (viola), Gwen Franz (viola), Wei Yang (piano), Steve Treseler (clarinets and saxophones), and Carol Levin (electric harp).

8:00 pm20:00

ANIMAL with forty/sixty in Cambridge

Doors @ 8
Performance ~ 8:30


Kaley Lane Eaton and forty/sixty trio present ANIMAL, a psychedelic, post-minimalist kaleidoscope of Eaton's recent work, dancing the tension lines between the body, the mind, the instrument, and the computer. From fixed-media tape pieces exploding into the visual world through video projection, to the creative, intriguing, jazz-inflected string improvisations of forty/sixty, to an electroacoustic monodrama duet between Eaton’s soprano voice and heartbeat, the program addresses both our ancient instincts and our modern conundrums.

forty/sixty is an adventurous, young string trio dedicated to new music and founded out of a desire to perform new works, bring improvisation to the concert stage, and use music as a vehicle for social commentary and change. Robin Rhodes, Olivia Harris, and Angela Lamb met at the Next Festival of Emerging Artists, where late night improv sessions led to the creation of the trio. forty/sixty actively commissions new works, collaborates across mediums with fellow artists, and seeks ways to keep their music relevant in the social and political spheres. Through powerful performance and cross-collaboration in a diverse array of venues, forty/sixty strives to push the boundaries of the traditional concert experience.

violin / Angela Lamb
cello / Olivia J. P. Harris
bass / Robin Rhodes
voice and electronics / Kaley Lane Eaton
guitar and video / Rian Souleles

7:00 pm19:00

Live Music Project presents the Dead Music Project

Join the Live Music Project for the Dead Music Project – a Halloween benefit concert where works by long-dead composers are brought back to life in the style of modern composers, and new music pieces are written in the style of dead composers.

Enjoy new works by Seattle composers Spencer AriasKaley Lane Eaton,Aaron Grad, and Michaud Savage.

Artists: Nick Pozoulakis (cello), Michaud Savage (guitar), Michael Shen(violin), Brooks Tran (piano), Melanie Voytovich (percussion), and Rachel Yoder (clarinet).

The concert, hosted by the Steinway Piano Gallery, will raise funds for the LMP as it embarks on a journey of long-term sustainable arts service. 

Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Bring your own composer-wig!

Admission $10-$25 suggested donation. RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-dead-music-project-tickets-28541917644

4:00 pm16:00

ANIMAL at Whitman College

  • whitman college

Kaley Lane Eaton presents the psychedelic, post-minimalist kaleidoscope of her recent work at Whitman College's Fridays @ 4 concert series. Featuring her eponymous latest solo work for voice and electronics, faculty performances, fixed media works, and surprise new work!

Jul 3

Game Symphony Workshop

  • Seattle Pacific university

The Game Symphony Workshop helps musicians get off the page through Soundpainting, game pieces, and creative chamber music. The multi-day workshop culminates in a dynamic performance of original music. Sign up now!