• Monday December 11 | 9:00 pm

    Bearl & Matt Piet Trio

    This week, guitar/drums duo Bearl improvises a set, and pianist Matt Piet leads a trio.
  • Tuesday December 12 | 8:00 pm


    Molly Roth Scranton & Samuel Scranton invite you to participate in a set of exercises that will help your senses decompress and your heart find buoyancy. You can re-acclimate to the world, not to ignore its ugliest aspects, but to increase vigilance. Throughout the evening we will consider art practice as a tool to sharpen attention and bring feeling to the extremities.
  • Thursday December 14 | 9:00 pm

    Rempis/Kessler/Ra + Baker

    This working quartet returns to Elastic Arts for what's become a yearly December tradition, with one special twist. Kent Kessler - a long time collaborator of all of these musicians - replaces Joshua Abrams on bass tonight, for an interesting variation.
  • Sunday December 17 | 2:00 pm

    Dave Rempis Solo & The Few

    Elastic Arts starts a new relationship with the beautiful and historical May Chapel at Rosehill Cemetery. This gorgeous space, built in 1901 by German craftsmen, offers incredible acoustics and will be the perfect setting for this afternoon's FREE concert. To start, saxophonist Dave Rempis performs a solo set, a record release party for his first solo recording "Lattice," which came out on Aerophonic Records in October, and features material he recorded during an extensive 27-city tour of North America this past spring. He'll be followed by the subtle and sublime sounds of The Few.
  • Monday December 18 | 9:00 pm

    Dan Phillips Quartet & Christian Dillingham Quintet

    The final Anagram Series concert of the year features an improvising quartet led by guitarist Dan Phillips, and bassist Christian Dillingham's quintet in a performance exploring the fusion of Western classical music with American folk tunes.