Gallery 1412 presents guitarist Bill Horvitz on Sunday, October 28th at 8:00pm. Bill Horvitz will be peforming with his group featuring Steve Adams on saxophones and flutes and drummer Paul Kikuchi. For the opening set, Bill will be joined by brother Wayne Horvitz on piano, keyboards, and electronics.

1412 18th Ave (18th Ave and Union St)
Seattle, WA 98122

“An intriguing composer and a pliant melodicist. While his music might be free jazz, it’s not free form; it’s exceptionally well organized… each tune has a personality and life of its own.” – Chris Kelsey, Jazz Now, Oakland, CA

Bill Horvitz has collaborated with many of new music’s most recognized innovators, including Elliott Sharp, John Zorn, Bobby Previte, Butch Morris, Myra Melford, George Lewis, Bill Laswell and Frank London.

The Bill Horvitz Band moves with fluid grace between tight compositions and improvised solo and ensemble work, communicating with a telepathic rapport.

Wayne Horvitz is a seattle-based composer, pianist and electronic musician. He is the leader of Zony Mash, Pigpen, The Four plus One Ensemble and co-founder of the New York Composers Orchestra. He has performed and collaborated with Bill Frisell, Butch Morris, John Zorn, Robin Holcomb, Fred Frith, Julian Priester, Philip Wilson, Michael Shrieve and Carla Bley among others. He has been commissioned by the NEA, Meet The Composer, Kronos Quartet, Seattle Chamber Players, Mary Flagler, BAM, Earshot Jazz and others.

Gallery 1412, Live Jazz