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Fri, Dec 02


Epsilon Spires

Sacred Soundscapes: Glenn Dickson and Post Moves

A night of meditative, sensual, and emotionally layered music. Having performed in many traditions, including classical, klezmer, ambient, jazz, and Balkan, Glenn Dickson combines diverse musical elements to ebb and flow, breathe and develop as an ever-evolving journey. Opening support by Post Moves

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Sacred Soundscapes: Glenn Dickson and Post Moves
Sacred Soundscapes: Glenn Dickson and Post Moves

Time & Location

Dec 02, 2022, 8:00 PM – Dec 03, 2022, 9:30 PM

Epsilon Spires, 190 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA

About the event

Glenn Dickson's music has been described as "ineffably beautiful" and as "an ever-evolving sound-sculpture." Glenn has had a varied career playing klezmer, jazz, rock, Balkan, and ambient music on his clarinet.  His klezmer band, Shirim Klezmer Orchestra, has performed concerts and festivals across the US, Canada and Europe, with recordings including the “Klezmer Nutcracker” and a collaboration with Maurice Sendak, "Pincus and the Pig."  Glenn's klezmer-fusion band, Naftule’s Dream, has recorded for John Zorn’s Tzadik label and played major jazz festivals in the US, Canada and Europe, including the Berlin, Montreal and New York Jazz Festivals. His music has been used  by Woody Allen (Deconstructing Harry soundtrack), and Glenn was a klezmer soloist on the soundtrack of Sidney Lumet’s film “A Stranger Among Us.”  Glenn has been awarded a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship Award in music Composition.

Critical Acclaim:

"At a time when so much seems to divide us, the spiritual impact of this music seems to  pull people together, to invite not just listening to our own heartbeats, but to the world around us. If only for that, this is a wonderful antidote to divisiveness, and a wonderful accompaniment to being."  -Ari Davidow, KlezmerShack

“Dickson essentially meditates through his instrument, creating an hour of sacred ambience that seems to be setting a table for a meeting between the corporeal and spirit worlds.” - Michael Toland -The Big Takeover

“I’m often reminded of elements of Fripp and Eno’s Evening Star, except for solo clarinet instead of electric guitar, as many similar structures follow their own paths and eventually just fall into place magically.” - Peter Telen,-Exposé 

Post Moves is the Avant-Americana project of composer and multi-instrumentalist Sam Wenc combining pedal steel guitar, vibraphone, synths and field recordings for an endlessly inventive combination of curiosity, wonderment and reflection. Soundscapes rooted within "folk"music, but also free to drift beyond the periphery. Wenc has released music on labels such as Noumenal Loom, Obsolete Staircases, Where to Now (UK), Moone Records, his own label, Lobby Art, and is currently pursuing an MFA in Music & Sound at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College

Critical Acclaim: 

"New Avant-Americana horizons from Sam Wenc’s Post Moves, meshing folk music with aspects of spiritual jazz, post-rock and avant minimalism in a way that beautifully transcends the sum of its parts." - Boomkat

"Transcendence sits at the centre of Heart Music. It is present both in the intention to move beyond traditional conceptions of folk music, and the meditative, almost spiritual form of deep listening such a style encourages. An invitation to sit with conflicts and inconsistencies in order to understand more fully” - Various Small Flames 

 “Scratchy sonic reveries are broken down into haunting visages, remembrances of another time translated into whispered codes. Sam Wenc’s Post Moves project uses a timeless palette to explore the furthest reaches of folk music and concoct an alien dialect that uses resonant shapes to share messages across time” - Foxy Digitalis


  • Sacred Soundscapes

    Admission for Sacred Soundscapes: Glenn Dickson and Post Moves- refreshments will be provided. Please choose your seating with respect for others and let us know if you require special arrangements. $2 from every ticket goes directly towards the historic preservation of the venue. Thank you for your support! Enjoy the program!

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  • Sliding-Scale Tickets

    Tickets for this event are $15. Thanks to a generous grant from the Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, subsidized tickets are available for those who self-identify as experiencing financial hardship. In order to make this program accessible for all, we are offering tickets by sliding scale. Taking equity and inclusion into account, please pay what you can to help support the artists and venue. Thanks!

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