The Inlets Ensemble
performing works by Cage, Blatt and Zaldivar
and featuring Robert Blatt, Jorge Gomez Abrante and Eric Gottlieb
with special guests Alex Lough and Juan Carlos Zaldivar
and art books by Claire Satin

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
7:30PM | doors open
8PM | webcast + performance

FB r.s.v.p.

924 Lincoln Road, #201
Miami Beach, FL 33139

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The Inlets Ensemble consists of Robert Blatt, Jorge Gomez Abrante, and Eric Gottlieb


with special guest Alex Lough and Juan Carlos Zaldivar.
Art books by artist Claire Satin influenced by the writings of John Cage will be on display.

PENTIMENTO: PEOPLE EITHER GET THE POINT OR THEY DON’T #4 (2012) Text on transparencies; metallic overprinting; crystal, silver, gold beads; nylon thread 8.5″H x 6″W
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John Cage’s HPSCHD (1967-69)
will be realized with a simultaneous reading of “Indeterminacy” from John Cage’s seminal book Silence.

Robert Blatt’s Discriminate Brutality (2014)
explores new textures through fixed guitar preparations and utilization of novel performance implements.

The Loneliness of the Ancestors (2014)
is an interactive, action sound performance by filmmaker / artist Juan Carlos Zaldivar and composer Alex Lough accompanied by a projected, live feed of Instagram photos entitled

Cage’s Inlets (1977)
features amplified conch shells (taken from the Florida Keys) filled with water and the sound of burning pine cones.

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COMING SOON | FEB 18 – MAR 8, 2015
 our 2014-15 season of events is possible with funding from:

City of Miami Beach — celebrating it’s centennial through projects supported by its Cultural Affairs Program and the Cultural Arts Council; Miami-DadeCounty Department of Cultural Affairs — and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners; State of Florida — Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; and the Blank Family Foundation.

this season is supported in part by Presenter Consortium for Jazz a program of Chamber Music America funded through the generosity of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. would like to acknowledge the ongoing support of Sennheiser — leaders in superior sound technology; and of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation — which supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts.