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  • REVOLVE 821 Riverside Drive #179 Asheville, NC, 28801 United States (map)


Join us for our first REVOLVE SOUND event of 2018!

We have a incredible evening of music and sound on January 18th! Following our Asheville FM event (MUSIC MATTERS LECTURE) which runs 6pm-7:30pm, we have a fascinating slate of experimental sound and musics. Why not make an evening of both?

FREE (Donations Welcome)


Baker-Bargainer Duo (Florida)

The Baker-Barganier Duo formed in September 2016 when multi-instrumentalist Erich Barganier joined forces with New Renaissance artist Elizabeth A. Baker to create a duo that combines spectral sonic landscapes, motion and visual art. Fusing toy piano, mandolin, experimental electronics, kinetic motion and more together, the ensemble explores original sonic landscapes and blurs the boundaries of experimental, classical and progressive music to create a unique experience. The Baker-Barganier Duo are touring in support of their new album, …and darkness was upon the face of the deep, an exploration into the history of subjugation that weaves African-American slave songs, critiques of the American penal system and ruminations of technological dependence together into a continuously shifting soundscape.

Preston Beebe (Montreal)

Preston Beebe is a composer and percussionist based out of Montréal who uses technology at the forefront of his work. His artistic approach involves audio feature extraction, feedback loops, organic processes, microscopic and invisible elements and how they interact in space and time. His artistic output spans chamber music, live-electronics, feedback loops, acousmatic compositions, art installations, improvisations, and site-specific performances that have been performed and heard throughout France, Spain, UK, Greece, Canada, and USA.

Preston holds a masters in music composition from McGill University; bachelors in music composition, electronic music, and percussion performance from the University of South Florida.


Ivan Seng and Elisa Faires

Ivan Seng and Elisa Faires have collaborated together since 2000.
In 2001 they travelled to Bali Indonesia and studied gamelan which has greatly influenced their music. They have performed together classical compositions by Arnold Schoenberg, Charles Ives, Eric Satie and many other composers. They have written and performed over the years many original compositions for piano, voice and electronic music. Currently Ivan writes algorithmic compositions using SuperCollider and Elisa sings melodies and harmonies as a one woman choir using loops and electronics.
Links to solo works

Later Event: January 20
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