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TLN20: Classical Kama Sutra - Mitchell Falconer & Patrick McCulley TLN20: Classical Kama Sutra

Entirely Too Much
Whip-Smart Spectacle
for a Few Mere Dollars

Saturday, March 8 — 7:30 PM

TLN20: Classical Kama Sutra

March Music Moderne IV

Live at Vie de Bohème

Food • Drink

Live Music • Interviews • Mischief

$10-20 cover • no minimum

★  Featuring  ★

This Twilight Orchestra

The Cure cover chamber ensemble

Mitchell Falconer

emerging composer and friends

The Late Now radio play with guest star

Pat Janowski

Derek Ecklund

and the Columbia River Sea Lion Choir

Kurt Schwitters

by Leo Daedalus & Mark Owens

Three For Silver

ultralive TLN house band

  • VENUE: Vie de Bohème
    1530 SE 7th Ave (7th & Clay), PDX
  • SHOWTIME: 7:30 PM
  • COVER: $1020 and $30 Front Row
    • Tickets available at the door.
    • $10–20 tickets all standard table seating (sliding scale)
    • $30 tickets are limited front-row table seating


★  This Twilight Orchestra  ★


A collaboration between Portland's Cure tribute band theXplodingboys and Classical Revolution PDX, This Twilight Orchestra covers The Cure as a chamber ensemble. With thedrowningman (vocals), Kate Petak (harp), Grace Young (viola), and Edgar Paras (12-string guitar, double bass).

★  Mitchell Falconer  ★


Emerging composer Mitchell Falconer talks to us about the Portland composing scene and plays pieces by Ryo Noda, Christopher Corbell, and Jeff Winslow with saxophonist Patrick McCulley and mezzo-soprano Valery Saul.

The TLN Radio Play

continues with guest star

★  Pat Janowski  ★


The Man With A Backstory continues as Montane investigates strange doings in an apartment occupied by Hindu theological principles — including special guest star Pat Janowski.

★  Derek Ecklund  ★


Musician and sound artist Derek Ecklund has made hundreds of field recordings all along the Columbia River, above and below the surface. He'll perform two compositions using these recordings, including one in collaboration with Three For Silver.

★  Kurt Schwitters  ★


Leo Daedalus and Mark Owens perform a duet adaptation of Berlin Dadaist Kurt Schwitters' seminal 1922 epic sound poem, the Ursonate.

★  Three For Silver  ★


Beloved TLN house band Three For Silver collaborate with Portland classical musicians for multifarious ear-opening goodness. Willo Sertain (vox/accordion), Lucas Warford (bass banjo/vox), Greg Allison (violin, mandolin), Dave Hill (keys), Charles Pike (drums).

The Late Now Bodhisattvas

And of course the amazing TLN bodhisattvas: Dora Gaskill (lighting), Derek Ecklund (sound), Cassie Cohn (video), Don Kern (Mr. Indispensable), Welkie Pritchett (production assistant), Liz Romero (box office), Mike Losier (print design), Tom Haythorn, Wayne Haythorn, and paparazzi: Jim Clinefelter, John Green, Ryan Mooney, Gene Newell.

Can't afford tickets? We're artists; we get it. Come anyway:

• VOLUNTEER: We always need more hands (and brains). To repeat, we would love your help. Just get in touch.

• LIVE DANGEROUSLY: Come pay what you can 10 minutes before showtime. To even the odds, like our Facebook page and check it to see if we've sold out. (We'll try to keep that status accurate, but we can't possibly guarantee it.)


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