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Be transported by a transcendent evening of ambient soundscapes from two of experimental music’s most compelling voices.
Mary Lattimore experiments with running her Lyon & Healy Concert Grand pedal harp through electronic effects, concocting half-structured improvisations that can include both ambient glitter and unsettling noise. One of the nation’s most compelling soloists, she has “learned to paint pictures of landscapes and express mixed emotions without a word” (NPR).
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Ana Roxanne will not be able to perform this Sunday. Walt McClements will now join the bill. If you’d like a refund, please contact us at (614) 292-3535 or stop by the Visitor Experience Desk.
Mary Lattimore | Photo by Jackie Lee Young
Mary Lattimore is a Los Angeles-based harpist. Her first solo record, The Withdrawing Room, was released on Desire Path Recordings in 2014. The solo recordings that followed, At the Dam (2016), Collected Pieces (2017), and Hundreds Of Days (2018) were released by Ghostly International. Lattimore has contributed and written harp parts for such artists as Kurt Vile, Thurston Moore, Sharon Van Etten, Meg Baird, Steve Gunn, the Clientele, Hop Along, Jarvis Cocker, Karen Elson, Ed Askew and Quilt.
Ana Roxanne is a New York-based musician working at the interzone of electric meditation, dream pop, and ambient songcraft. Her self-titled EP was later reissued by Leaving Records before signing with Kranky for her official full-length debut, 2020’s Because Of A Flower. Her inspirations span the secular (R&B divas of the 1980s and ‘90s) and the spiritual (Catholic choral traditions in which she was raised), synthesized into a uniquely intuitive sonic language, equal parts atmospheric and ancient, healing, and hermetic.
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