Date
Array Space
Toronto, ON, Canada
Array Space
161 Walnut Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 3W3
Canada
416 532 3019
Note

Array Space, 8pm,155 Walnut Ave., Toronto

Set 1: Bill Gilliam (piano), Bill McBirnie (flute), Eugene Martynec (laptop)

Set 2: Bill Gilliam, Kayla Milmine (soprano sax), Ambrose Pottie (drums)

Date
Something Else! Festival - Hamilton
The Rock on Locke
Note

Gilliam, Milmine, Pottie trio

The Rock on Locke - Church of St. John the Evangelist
320 Charlton Ave. W. Hamilton

Something Else! Festival June 21st - 7:00pm

Picastro
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Gilliam, Milmine, Pottie
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William Hooker Drums, Percussion
Yves Charuest Alto Saxophone
Sam Newsome Soprano Saxophone
Geraldine Eguiluz Voice, Various Instruments
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Iva Bittová Violin, Vocals
Hamid Drake Drums, Percussion

Date
Array Space
Toronto, ON, Canada
Array Space
161 Walnut Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 3W3
Canada
416 532 3019
Note

COEXISDANCE
Improv performance with flute player Bill McBirnie and dancer Stephanie Gottlob at Array Space.

Curated by Alison Keery

Date
Somewhere There
Toronto, ON, Canada
Array Space
161 Walnut Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 3W3
Canada
416 532 3019
Note

Array Space, 155 Walnut Ave, Toronto, ON, M6J 3W3

Admission $10 / PWYC

The first set will feature Dame Cook (electronics) and Victor Ostrovsky (piano)

The second set features Bill Gilliam (piano), Bill McBirnie (flute), Eugene Martynec (electro-acoustics) playing duos and trios with some pieces inspired by Eugene’s electro-acoustic piano compositions. We are also hoping to have Ambrose Pottie (percussion) if he is able to sit in.

Date
Counterstasis - Refracted Voices CD Release
Toronto, ON, Canada
Array Space
161 Walnut Ave
Toronto, ON M6J 3W3
Canada
416 532 3019
Note

Array Space, 155 Walnut Ave. Toronto, ON, M6J 3W3

Admission $15 / PWYC

Bill Gilliam (piano, preparations), Glen Hall (woodwinds, electroacoustic) and Joe Sorbara (drums, percussion) are very happy to announce our upcoming release of our new CD “Counterstasis - Refracted Voices” on Thur Sept 26th at Array Space in Toronto.

The music on this CD is a spontaneously composed exploration of gestures and sonorities connected to new chamber music, free jazz, sound art, experimental, and other creative music traditions. Bill Gilliam, Glen Hall and Joe Sorbara draw on a wide variety of traditional and extended techniques and employ both conventional and bent approaches to melodicism, groove, and chromatic harmony.