Tue, May 17|
SlowPitchSound (Cheldon Paterson)
"To marry such a range in sounds smoothly is no small feat, but SlowPitchSound's skill-set incorporate the playfulness of jazz and the world-building of science fiction." - Exclaim!
Time & Location
May 17, 7:30 p.m.
Halifax, 2203 Gottingen St, Halifax, NS B3K 3B5, Canada
About the Event
Come listen to SlowPitchMusic with Doug Cameron and Tim Crofts, 7:30PM at The Bus Stop Theatre.
$25 or PWYC at the door. Cash and Credit Card Accepted.
This concert has been a several year-long journey! We have worked hard, and stayed focussed through complicated schedules and a certain pandemic to bring these three artists together. All three of our musicians are so skilled and expressive, their music can be refocussed to live in many forms, genres, and performance spaces. These are the kinds of music makers I admire most: All make a wide variety of sounds, some of which we recognize, some which are new to us. We feel comfortable, even as we are led into new territories through very musical paths. I love the potential for a musical journey to places I’ve never been, even as I’m settled in a seat at The Bus Stop Theatre! My ears can’t wait!
-Norm Adams (Artistic Director).
SlowPitchSound (Cheldon Paterson) is a Toronto-based composer, mentor, and explorer of sound & visuals. He has collaborated with creators from a wide range of disciplines including opera, jazz, classical, electronic music, theatre and dance. His unique style of music production, self proclaimed as "scifi-turntablism", has graced stages around the world including Canada, Australia, USA, United Kingdom and Sweden. With a passion for depth and detail in his work, Cheldon is heavily inspired by nature, outer space, and dystopian sci-fi. Cheldon’s unique approach to making music includes turntablism, sample manipulation, and field recordings.