Audubon Park's Joybird Books hosts experimental sounds courtesy Ensemble Quelconque and Derek Dunn

click to enlarge Derek Dunn plays Joybird Books alongside Ensemble Quelconque - Photo by Matthew Moyer
Photo by Matthew Moyer
Derek Dunn plays Joybird Books alongside Ensemble Quelconque
Audubon Park bookstore Joybird keeps the doors open late this weekend for a combo “book browsing” and avant-garde music event.

Headliners Ensemble Quelconque are a newer project that we’ve not seen yet and who seem to have tabula-rasa’d their Bandcamp, so it’s all new to us. But we have it on good authority that there will be prepared piano and gong-bowing (a la Tatsuya Nakatani) employed.

Derek Dunn will provide more-than-able musical support with a set that promises to incorporate acoustic guitar, synth and bowed cymbal/percussion. While his experiments with the latter two are great, his acoustic playing is a thing of wonder, a pure and unhurried John Fahey evocation. So get there early … errr, late.

7 p.m., Friday, June 30, Joybird Books, 3018 Corrine Drive,, free.
Location Details

Joybird Books

3018 Corrine Drive, Orlando Audubon Park


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