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Friday, August 10, 2018

The Christopher Belt era of the In-Between Series begins Monday

Posted By on Fri, Aug 10, 2018 at 11:16 AM

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THIS LITTLE UNDERGROUND

As Seth Kubersky recently detailed in Live Active Cultures, Orlando art scene pillar Pat Greene has traded in his local card for a little while to become an American refugee. The void he leaves is big, but at least a significant part of his musical legacy will continue. The vanguard In-Between Series at what was up until recently called the Gallery at Avalon Island will not only survive but will go on in good, kindred hands with Christopher Belt. As founder of the Accidental Music Festival, executive director of the Timucua Arts Foundation, modern classical musician himself and longtime Greene associate, Belt’s no stranger to presenting interesting music. And as he tells me, “The plan is to keep it going in the spirit that Pat created it – noisy, experimental, improvisational, unpredictable music in the Rogers Kiene Building.” All together now, phhheeewww. The Belt era of the In-Between Series begins August 13 with local noisy experimental duo Exponential Decay. Event details here.



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