$5 advance / $7 at the door
The Nunnery brings a unique night of music showcasing a variety of talent each Tuesday of November. Every week there are different performers and genres. There will be live visual projections incorporated each week by Erik Elstran. The Nunnery is a solo act from Minneapolis who loops her vocal's live that creates an atmosphere of a dreamlike state. Each set will include new improvised songs and collaborations.
About The Nunnery:
The Nunnery is a solo act of Sarah Elstran. Creating melding meditative, lush soundscapes with layered vocal loops and catchy hooks. More of an experience than just a sound, The Nunnery's somewhat-improvised performances are informed by the spaces in which they occur, and her live shows often incorporate other forms of art such as live visual projections.
Bad Posture Club:
Maren Day and Morgan Kavanagh met at a high school choir concert in 2013. Since then, they have been crafting original music as well as reinterpreting traditional folk songs. Their music is driven by a love of vocal harmony and supported by banjo and guitar.
The four-piece Minneapolis-based band Tabah is often called out in the local press about its vocalist, Cecelia Erholtz. The word “Earthy” gets used a lot, and while not inaccurate, it leans into a place that is smaller than what is actually required to describe her. As a matter of fact, Erholtz’s “Earthy” vocals communicate something more universal than what could be attributed to any one planet. They could be “Jupitery,” or “Saturny,” and even Heavenly on Tabah’s debut album Symmetry Somewhere.