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Maine based improvising trio “Resonance Residence” is joined by percussionist Beau Lisy for this Dimensions in Jazz performance.

The Resonance Residence is the unique and intriguing trio collaboration of vocalist Andrea Goodman, trumpeter Mark Tipton and flutist Carl Dimow. The music they create is primarily spontaneously improvised. It draws on a wide variety of influences: world music, folk music, avant garde classical composition and jazz. It’s rooted in deep listening and musical conversation, and inspired by the beautiful timbral combination of their three instruments.

The Resonance Residence did a series of concerts in the early 2000’s, then all moved on to other projects. They revisited their trio last summer, discovered the sound was as intriguing as ever, and decided it was time to do more public performances.

For this concert, the trio will be joined by the wonderfully creative percussionist, Beau Lisy.

The residents of the Resonance Residence are:

Carl Dimow: A part of the Maine music scene for over forty years, flutist and guitarist Carl Dimow is an eclectic musician whose performances include jazz, klezmer, Brazilian choro, and a wide variety of improvised music. Current projects include the Carl Dimow Jazz Quartet, the Casco Bay Tummlers klezmer band, Choro Louco and various special projects such as this one. As a composer, Carl has created original music for his various ensembles, plus music for theater and film. His Klezmer Suite for Flute and Classical Guitar won the National Flute Association New Music Competition in 2014 and has been performed on five continents.

Andrea Goodman: Andrea Goodman has led a multi-faceted life as a musician, actor, puppeteer, priestess, sound-healer, mythic astrologer and poet. Her musical career alone has followed many paths. She was an original member of the Meredith Monk Vocal Ensemble, performing, recording and touring worldwide for fifteen years. She worked for many years with Ione and Pauline Oliveros, and sang in their opera, IO & Her & the Trouble With Him. She has collaborated with Figures of Speech Theatre on a number of projects, most notably composing and singing music for Nightingale, which toured widely from 1994-2018. She has an improvisational vocal duo with Anna Dembska, Music of a New Frequency. Andrea has also used her unique and unusual vocal skills to develop an original sound-healing practice, Cosmic Harmony. Andrea’s recordings include Divine Doorways, with percussionist Gerry Hemingway, and The Moon’s Daughter & Other Song-Stories, accompanying herself on Ukrainian bandura, For more: www.rubythroatedspirit.com

Mark Tipton: Trumpeter/Composer Mark Tipton is currently working on his doctorate in jazz studies at the New England Conservatory. He is also a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy, Oberlin Conservatory, and Mannes College of Music (NYC). He has performed with Quincy Jones, Bobby McFerrin, Ray Barretto, David Liebman, Maria Schneider, The Four Tops & The Temptations, The New York Summer Mahler Project, and many other ensembles and artists. Mark founded the chamber group Les Sorciers Perdus in 2009, and has written over two dozen silent film scores, jazz compositions, new music works, and multimedia installations for the ensemble. He has also written works for orchestra, chamber ensembles, big band, solo instruments, voice, and performance art collectives. Mark is the former Executive Director of the Portland Conservatory of Music.

Beau Lisy: Southwest Harbor-based drummer Beau Lisy has studied jazz and African drumming extensively and attended Balwin-Wallace University Conservatory of Music in Ohio. He founded Five Forest Studios in Southwest Harbor, where he serves as director and instructor in drums, percussion, and general music courses. He regularly performs with Up Ensemble, drummer Mike Bennett and Balantama, pianist Paul Sullivan, the Blake Rosso Band, and Mark Tipton’s Les Sorciers Perdus. Beau is known for his mastery of diverse musical styles, and his incorporation of world music percussion instruments into unexpected contexts. Beau lives with his wife Melanie, their two children, and their three dogs.

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