Thursday, October 20, 2005

Live Music and Film: Nash the Slash Performs Caligari

Nash the Slash, for those who don't know him, is a Toronto-area musician who was most active in the early 80s, first in FM and then solo.

Most recently he's been teamed up with Toronto artist Robert Vanderhosrt for a series of shows setting Robert's paintings to Nash's music.

I've photographed Nash in concert several times.

For fans of classic German Expressionist silent film, Nash the Slash is doing two Halloween shows of his live soundtrack to the wonderful 1920 film, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari:

Friday October 28th
Camera Bar
1028 Queen St.W. Toronto
Midnight performance of Caligari
$10 admission
This is a VERY SMALL room (70 people)
for an intimate performance of Caligari.
Get there early.

Saturday October 29th
The Speakeasy
120 Church St. (s. of Queen)
Nash performs Caligari at 10 pm.
The Wet Spots perform from 11:30 until 12:30
Admission $10

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