All Over the Map

dear collected ones and scattered ones,

i have begun my new job which involves babies (adorable!) and home visits (i.e., running around boston like a crazy person). i am learning my way around this city, and FAST. it's quite a learning curve. i'm all over the map. i'm also all over the map with a variety of upcoming performances, from puppets to goth nights to microtonal improvisation. there's bound to be something for everyone in the motley assortment of shows to come! enchanted folk pop, grown-up fairy tales, torture chamber music, experimental tones... take your pick! 

to and fro and to and fro and to and fro,



Goli • Sarah Rabdau & S.E.A. • Petaluma Vale

friday, september 14, 2012

Lizard Lounge • 1667 massachusetts avenue • 02138
cambridge, ma
8:30 doors
9pm Petaluma Vale with Valerie Thompson on cello
10pm Goli
11pm Sarah Rabdau & Self-Employed Assassins 
admission: $10 (get tickets here.)
ages: 21+


Fall Fairytale Festival Puppet Slam:

“Grown-Up Fairytales”

saturday, september 15, 2012, 8pm

Puppet Showplace Theatre • 32 station street • 02445
brookline, ma
admission: $15 adults, $13 students (w/ID)
(puppet slams always sell out! get tickets here.)
ages: 13+ recommended


Jaggery & Antidote for Annie at PLAGUE

“A Live Evening of Torture Chamber Music”

friday, september 21, 2012, 9pm—1am

Asylum • 121 center street • 04102
portland, me
admission: $5 ($2 before 9:30)
ages: 21+


Jaggery w/Faun Fables at ORG

“Autumn Equinox”

saturday, september 22, 2012, 7:30pm

this will be an invite-only/private event in boston, ma.
to get your invitation, email:

donation: $15
ages: all ages


An Evening of Microtonal & Other Music

friday, october 19th, 2012, 8pm

Church of the Advent Library • 30 brimmer street • 02108
boston, ma
$10 suggested donation

Variations for just quartet: Lou Cohen, wiimote and laptop Randy Winchester, tuned glass Petaluma Vale, harp Matt Samolis, flute
Empty House Cooperative David Michael Curry, viola, etc. Jonah Sacks, cello, etc.
JaJuNo Trio Noell Dorsey, voice Jules Vasylenko, reeds James Coleman, Theremin