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duo

Pianist, vocalist, and composer Amy K Bormet presents a series of duo concerts that explore the dialogue between poetry and improvised music.

Sunday July 10 2pm


with Maggie Hasspacher (Detroit), bass and voice
Music set to poetry, highlighting women, Gwendolyn Brooks and beyond.

Sunday July 17 2pm


with Brian Settles (DC), tenor saxophone
Improvised art songs influenced by Sterling Brown and DC’s poetic history.

Sunday July 24 2pm (as part of Washington Women in Jazz)


with Cae Joseph-Massena (France-Haiti), voice
An exchange of languages, a Parisian salon inspired by James Baldwin.


colloquy flyerall concerts performed with Amy K Bormet on grand piano and hosted by
Robert Harper Books
6216 Rhode Island Ave
Riverdale Park, MD 20737

Buy Tickets – $12 adv/$15 door, $30 full series pass
www.amykbormet.com
www.maggiehasspacher.com/
www.briansettles.com
Cae Joseph Massena
www.RobertHarperBooks.com

Great to be back in Ann Arbor and hanging with wonderful people last night. Thanks to Rachel Mazer and the Canterbury House for having us! We went unlimited bowling after the show with Ann Arbor superhero Ingrid Racine. Looking forward to next week’s alumni show!
Hitting Kalamazoo tonight with more great friends, Ashley and Benje Daneman!