Cathedrals: Noah Gundersen, Courtney M Andrews, Silver Torches

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SOLD OUT SHOW

Abbey Arts presents CATHEDRALS XIV featuring Noah Gundersen with special guests Courtney Marie Andrews and Silver Torches. November 4, 2016.

*Noah is giving away a screen printed poster (designed by Jordan Butcher) to the first 30 people to buy tickets for this show.

Tickets: http://cathedrals14.bpt.me/
$14 student advance, $16 general advance
$20 day of show (all)

All ages, open seating, bar w/ ID in lobby.
Quiet picnics welcome.
Floor space, benches and chairs available. More info on ticketing page.
7:00 doors, 8:00 show start
More info at http://www.abbeyarts.me/cathedrals

NO CAMERAS with audible shutters due to acoustics of space.
ALL DEVICES must be silenced, thank you. No talking during the show please.

LOCATION:
Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1245 10th Ave East on Capitol Hill
Free parking lot on site

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
For Noah Gundersen, the past few years have brought about immense growth and change, both as an artist and as a young man grappling with issues of identity and independence.
It should come as little surprise, then, that his stunning new album, Carry The Ghost, is so heavily influenced by existential philosophy. What’s so striking, though, is hearing a 25-year-old articulate such weighty themes, packaging them into heartbreakingly gorgeous melodies with a plainspoken language that cuts to the quick upon first listen. Then again, Noah Gundersen has never aimed for ordinary.

With Carry The Ghost, Gundersen once again looked inward to find inspiration. “This album grew out of a desire to know myself, to know how I was supposed to live,” he explains. “And in that process, I realized that maybe there is no ‘supposed to be.’ The concept of Carry The Ghost is that we’re made by our experiences and to accept that instead of fighting it. The last several years have been a process of accepting things as they are and to not see them as so black and white or right or wrong, to accept that we’re not made to be a certain way, but that we are involved in an ongoing process of becoming.”


SUPPORT: We serve local cider from Seattle Cider Company and Washington wine from Wilridge Winery & Vineyard. The bar at this show is a fundraiser event for the Greening the Abbey Project, managed by Fremont Abbey building owners, Church of the Apostles to lower our carbon footprint and make the building more accessible to all.
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By: Fremont Abbey Arts Center

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