Performances

Live performance!

Sounds, history and movement of
Argentine tango

September 23rd 

Sounds, history and movement of Argentine tango

This project is the natural continuation of the successful Tango night that took place at the UT Tyson Alumni in September 2019 during the Hispanic Heritage month. For that event the collaboration involved the UT School of Music, the UT Institute of Agriculture, the Domino Ensemble and guest dancers Julieta Barrionuevo and Alejandro Montes de Oca.
The performance will include original tango music for quartet featuring members of the Domino Ensemble along with international guest Matias Pedrana (bandoneon) and dancers Julieta Barrionuevo and Alejandro Montes de Oca.
Date: September 23rd - 4PM EST

Location: University of Tennessee Student Union Auditorium.

Free and open to the public.
 

Live performance!

SEC visit @ UGA

September 17th 

SEC visit @ UGA

With the support of the SEC Travel Grant program, we will be presenting work at the University of Georgia School of Music in collaboration with UGA faculty member Emily Koh (double bass) and international guest Matias Pedrana (bandoneon). The repertoire will include selections from our EP "Drunken Raccoon" and premieres. 

This event is FREE and open to the public. 

Date: September 17th 

Location: Dancz Center for New Music at the University of Georgia. 

Extremely exciting!

Live performance!

Domino @ the ShapeShifter Lab

May 8th 7PM EST

Domino @ the ShapeShifter Lab

The upcoming live set at the ShapeShifter Lab consists of a selection of works from the ensemble’s latest EP Drunken Raccoon (2020) and the group’s first album Purple Ego (Centaur – 2019). Drunken Raccoon is the ensemble’s recent exploration in trio format that fuses elements of tango, jazz, free improvisation and electronics. Drunken Raccoon, Polish Vodka, and Recontextualizations (a personal homage to Anthony Braxton) are included in the live set among other works. The Domino Ensemble transits a path between jazz, tango, free improvisation and electronic music. Its sound is at the same time all of those things and none of them. The unique programming and receptiveness of the ShapeShifter Lab are an excellent fit for our experimentations. We are thrilled to be part! 

Jorge Variego (saxophone and composition), Jon Hama (double bass), Keith Brown (drums).
Date: September 23rd - 4PM EST

Location: ShapeShifter Lab site ONLINE.