THURSDAY, the 8TH, 7:30pm
conducting a (Soma)tic Poetry Workshop at Distillery Gallery in South Boston (516 East Second Street) FRIDAY, the 9th, 7pm
reading for BASH Series at the Brookline Booksmith (279 Harvard St., Brookline, Massachusetts. phone store at 617.566.6660)
Wednesday, November 28: 5-7pm Somatic Workshop (please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend to ensure that we have enough space for everyone) Wednesday, November 28: 7:30-9pm Reading and discussion @ TESC 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia WA 98505 in the Library Underground (located in the main library administration building, inside the library itself, lower level)
Aba Kiser grew up singing jazz with her father in Washington D.C. and has evolved those traditional sensibilities into a very cool combination of elements; old and new, simple and complex, composed and spontaneous - the delicacy of a blooming flower, the momentum of a slow-moving train. Her unique style blends elements of folk, jazz and hip hop into a performative experience that is completely her own, letting environmental cues inform her on-the-spot lyricism over top of crafted musical structures. She currently lives in a yurt in Port Townsend WA and has aspirations of touring with a new album in 2013. Her current passion project is renovating an old horse trailer into any combination of food cart, performance venue or writers retreat. Stay tuned. You can see her perform at venues around the east coast this November and hear her music online at THIS LINK!!