On the evening of Friday, August 5th, we are proud to present Houston-based free jazz saxophonist Danny Kamins, and Caleb Miller and Nick Weckman’s genre-bending multi-instrumental duo Sun Trash joining forces with experimental guitarist/spoken word artist Zach Kouns. Doors 7:00pm, show begins at 7:30pm. Performance will take place in the Cultural Arts Center 3rd floor classroom. $6.19 prepaid ($5 + $1.19 TicketTailor processing fee), $8-$10 at the door.
About the artists:
Danny Kamins is an improvising saxophonist based out of Houston, TX. His current musical endeavors include playing in the Houston based groups Relative Dissonance, CARL, El Mantis, and Etched in the Eye as well as directing the jazz program at Rice University.
He has also been booking shows in Houston that specialize in experimental/avant-garde music since 2016. Musicians he has presented include Peter Brotzmann, Jaime Branch, Claire Rousay, Michael Foster, Chris Pitsiokos, Brandon Lopez, Illicit Relationship, and Gaute Granli.
In addition, he maintains a studio of private saxophone students from the Houston and Cypress, TX areas. He holds his B.M. in Jazz Saxophone Performance from Oberlin Conservatory, and is a graduate of Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.
Musicians he has performed/recorded with include Tatsuya Nakatani, Alvin Fielder, Ra Kalam Bob Moses, Susan Alcorn, Thomas Helton, Adam Goodwin, Vinny Golia, Antonio Borghini, David Leon, Jeb Bishop, Sandy Ewen, Damon Smith, Luke Stewart, Michal Dymny, Natan Kryszk, Paulina Owczarek, Wiktoria Zakubowska and NewMusic groups Le Train Bleu, Loop 38, and Transitory Sound and Movement Collective.