2014 Festival Images by Matthew DeBoer Photography

The Slowdown

The Slowdown

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

tbd. Dance Collective

tbd. Dance Collective

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Leanna Keith

Leanna Keith

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

House of Loom

House of Loom

Photo by Randy Edwards (Hear Nebraska)

Luke Polipnick

Luke Polipnick

Photo by Eric Herrera

UNO Percussion

UNO Percussion

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Luke Polipnick Trio

Luke Polipnick Trio

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

tbd. Dance Collective

tbd. Dance Collective

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Theramin by Dylan Lilla/Tom Bartlett

Theramin by Dylan Lilla/Tom Bartlett

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Conservatory for Contemporary Dance

Conservatory for Contemporary Dance

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Colloquy

Colloquy

Gameboard by Anthony Marasco

Gameboard by Anthony Marasco

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Pesedjet

Pesedjet

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Music for 18 Musicians at KANEKO

Music for 18 Musicians at KANEKO

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

UNO Percussion

UNO Percussion

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Kate Campbell

Kate Campbell

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Music for 18 Musicians at KANEKO

Music for 18 Musicians at KANEKO

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Kevin Pike

Kevin Pike

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Liz Pearse

Liz Pearse

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

HarpMusic by Will Huff

HarpMusic by Will Huff

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Weston Olencki

Weston Olencki

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

tbd. Dance Collective

tbd. Dance Collective

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

tbd. Dance Collective

tbd. Dance Collective

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

April Faith-Slaker

April Faith-Slaker

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

Dereck Higgins

Dereck Higgins

Photo by Matthew DeBoer

"Tim Daisy and I were lucky enough to be invited to perform on their concert Saturday night and, even after 3 hours of performances before we hit stage, the audience was still filled with enthusiasm and energy for our duo set."              - Ken Vandermark

 

 


"The first full-night of performances for the festival’s debut was purposefully strange and thought-provoking...Though non-traditional and oftentimes aurally challenging, artists at the festival played with such conviction that concentration was earned. The wide variety of music seen and heard at Friday’s shows promised a weekend of weird ahead and set up the audience for the Saturday and concluding Sunday performances."                    

- Gabriella Martinez-Garro, Hear Nebraska

 

 

Preview: "Meet the Omaha Festival Organizer Who's and Expert in Weird"