Royal T

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Wed, December 8, 8pm – 10pm


Food: Sean Chaney, owner of Hot’s Kitchen will be serving a ‘Meals of the Future’ menu.

The key concept is to condense a full meal on to a taco.

Examples: - Duck Confit Taco - Oxtail Taco 
- Crispy Shrimp Taco


No reservation required.

Entertainment: Goat Wisdom - Live music & Live painting with

Andrew Pask - woodwinds, keyboards, electronics

Jeff Gauthier - violin, electronics

Steuart Liebig - contrabass guitars

Brad Dutz - percussion

Norton Wisdom - live painting

Showtime 8pm, $10 general admission / $5 for students

Choirboys rides again

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*a live soundtrack to the 1929 film TUSALAVA

by the CHOIR BOYS (Jeff Kaiser & Andrew Pask)

*music and poetry by BROTHER LEAP

(Peter Marin, poetry; Hal Onserud, bass; Rob Wallace, drums)

*music by all of the above + Joann Cho, piano; and Jim Connolly, bass

Modernist film from New Zealand, poetry and improvised music from California and beyond!

more on the TUSULAVA project and the Choir Boys can be found at

This event is cosponsored by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music, the College of Creative Studies, the Department of Film and Media Studies, and the Department of Art


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Many thanks to James Beaudreau for releasing this track from my gig with Jim at Eagle Rock in January. Click on the image to take you to the download and info page.

Jim and I at Eagle Rock

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Open Gate Theatre Presents

Sunday Evening Concert Series


Sunday January 3, 2010 7:00 – 10:00pm

$10 General // Students, Seniors, and Series Performers $5

Featuring: Cosmologic

Jason Robinson - tenor Saxophone

Michael Dessen - trombone

Scott Walton - bass

Nathan Hubbard - drums




Jim McAuley - guitars, various bowed and plucked instruments

Andrew Pask - clarinets, audio processing



Poems with Mr Vlatkovich

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Poetry & Jazz Monday October 26, 2oo9 8pm $5

First set Michael Vlatkovich & William Roper

trombone & tuba duets

Second set Mark Weber -- poems

Michael Vlatkovich -- trombone, music director, arranger/composer, conductor

Andrew Pask-- clarinet

Tom McNalley -- electric guitar

Vinny Golia -- woodwinds

William Roper -- tuba

Harry Scorzo -- violin

Chris Garcia -- drumset

Bill Plake -- tenor saxophone

Anders Swanson -- bass

A. Mautner -- cello

The South Pasadena Music Center 1509 Mission St. South Pasadena, CA 91030

Jim and Andrew at Resbox!!!!

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- JIM McAULEY & ANDREW PASK - BRUCE FRIEDMANS' O.P.T.I.O.N.S. - LUCIO MENEGON w/ EMILY HAY + MOTOKO HONDA + SCROTE Also featuring a special screening of NIGHTSOIL a short film by Alfonso Alvarez & Thad Povey w/ music by Lucio Menegon Check out the trailer here: Thursday, September 17, 8PM ResBox @ Steve Allen Theater The Center for Inquiry 4773 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90027 $10 at the door or reservations at: (800) 595-4849 more info: (323) 666-4268 all ages + free parking in lot

duo with Steuart Liebig

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We're playing for an art exhibition opening for my friend Stephen Rowe.

Thursday August 13th about 8pm for a set.

Arty Gallery next to the Cecil Hotel

634 South Main Street, Los Angeles CA 90014


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Prom Night Productions Presents

An Open Air Evening of New Theater, Dance & Music. It’s FREE!

WHEN: 8 PM, Saturday August 1


1601 E. Loma Alta Dr., Altadena, CA 91001

BRING seat cushions, a picnic & beverage of your choice & your sweater

ARRIVE between 7 & 7:30 PM to ensure a seat and enjoy your picnic!

DIRECTIONS: 134 Freeway to Pasadena, Exit Lake Ave.

Go North 2.7 miles, Right on Alta Dena Dr.

Go .8 mile, Left on Porter.

Entrance is at Porter & Loma Alta, Street Parking (rain cancels)

In Order of Playing & Artists/Performers:

"Nina” written and directed by Hank Bunker with Barry Sherman, Mike Wiles, Joe Sikora and Kadina de Elejalde

"House of Miracles” written and directed by Guy Zimmerman with Corryn Cummins, Gregory Littman and Gray Palmer

“Dance The Plant Like,” a Dance Performance by bodycity with Lake Sharp, Madeline Baugh, Alexis Hyman and Jennifer Lehman

"Teeth" written and directed by Wesley Walker with Gill Gayle, Andrew Hopper and Lisa Littman

"Hidden Hills” written and directed by Sharon Yablon with Kim Debus, Niamh McCormally and Christopher Kelley


Andrew Pask/saxophones & clarinets

Steuart Liebig/contrabass guitars

Stephen Rowe/guitar & vocals

with Jim McAuley

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I've started playing with Jim McAuley a bit recently, when we can find time. It's a real blast and I hope we'll get some gigs and maybe do some recording later this year. 

I put a small clip up from our first play together on the sounds page

Manu Rau at Blue Palms

by Andrew Pask

Manu Rau

Andrew Pask - horns

Steuart Liebig - contrabass guitar

Wayne Peet - keyboards

Chris Allis - drums


Sunday 5th July 10 pm 1 set

6124 Hollywood Blvd CA 90028


Friday night at MONA

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Friday Night June 5th- 8PM

MONA and Cryptonight Present

The Gentlemen

Jeff Gauthier, Joel Hamilton, David Witham & Andrew Pask

Friday Night June 5th - 8PMMuseum of Neon Art136 W. 4th St., LA 90013Tel. (213) 489-9918

Tickets are $10 at the Door

Jeff Gauthier - violin, effects

Joel Hamilton - bass

David Witham - piano, keyboards, effects

Andrew Pask - woodwinds, effects

For more information and a map, please go to:

Cryptonight and the Museum of Neon Art present an evening of electric and acoustic improvisation featuring violinist Jeff Gauthier, bassist Joel Hamilton, saxophonist Andrew Pask, and pianist David Witham. These musicians have collaborated in a variety of contexts over the years, but on Friday night they will create musical soundscapes on the spot, drawing inspiration from each other and MONA's unique collection of neon art. Cryptonights are curated by Cryptogramophone Records voted #4 Jazz Label in the 2007 Downbeat Critics Poll. The concert will take place at the Museum of Neon Art, 136 W. 4th St., in Downtown LA's burgeoning arts district. Parking is available on the street, and in adjacent parking lots. Tickets are $10 at the door. Free parking is available on the street, or in two paid lots 1/2 block away.