Richard Cambridge’s Poet Theatre

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Date(s) - Fri. Sep. 21, 2018
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Third Friday of every month, featuring the original work of artists and poets. Richard Cambridge brings a new featured poet for his monthly series at The Armory.

Door Opens at 7:30pm.

Tickets: $10

LINDA CLAVE’S paintings are done during live performances or individual sessions. “My interest is dual creativity sparking new rhythms and tempos to my painting style. Also the sounds of John Voight, Laurence Cook, Loe Lavosi, Stephanie Woods, and Jaimee Joroff. The ambience of the time painted, seasons or a temperature or a cosmic shift, have influenced what is in the paint.”

ERIC ZINMAN began the study of piano and voice as a child. Interest in classic music, Broadway, Rock’n Roll and R&B. As a teenager he discovered black music and modified his approach in jazz, blues, gospel, and the music of the strip clubs. Later composition studies with Bill Dixon, George Russell and Jimmy Guiffre. Beginning in 1987 he produced a number of ensembles with Laurence Cook, Craig Schildhauer, John Voigt, Syd Smart and Glynis Lomon. In the mid 2000s he began to tour Europe with Mario Rechtern and later Linda Sharrock. Played with post rock greats drummer Weasel Walter and noise guitarist Sheik Anorak. His activity has been heard in theater, dance, film and poetry. As he is fond of saying “Music is two souls rubbing together”. He believes music is an essential part of the human story. Since 2000 he has recorded 18 albums and has been reviewed in 9 languages. Eric Zinman is listed in the 19th Edition of the Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings.


Damon Smith’s explorations into the sonic palette of the double bass have resulted in a personal, flexible improvisational language based in the American jazz avant-garde movement and European non-idiomatic free improvisation. Visual art, film and dance heavily influence his music, as evidenced by his CAMH performance of Ben Patterson’s Variations for Double Bass, collaborations with director Werner Herzog on soundtracks for Grizzly Man and Encounters at the End of the World, and an early performance with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.