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Field Theory

Part of Independent Venue Week


July 18, 2021

7pm ET


Matt Panayides (guitar/comp)
Rich Perry (tenor sax)
Matt Vashlishan (Wind Synth)
Robert Sabin (bass)
Alex Ritz (drums)

If you plan on attending this event in person, please read the “audience notes” tab below. In-person attendees will have access to this performance via Video on Demand on our website after the show.


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In-Person Audience Notes: MUST READ

We are excited to welcome you back into our space. Attendees must wear masks and have their temperatures checked upon arrival. We recommend purchasing tickets ahead of time, as we are currently only accepting cash at the door. Please read our Covid Safety Protocol page for a full list of guidelines.

About Field Theory

Created in 2018 by guitarist MATT PANAYIDES inspired by sound experiments with multi-instrumentalist MATT VASHLISHAN, FIELD THEORY invites the listener in with music that is at once familiar yet  largely unexpected, with pops of contrasting colors that weave together images of sound that tell stories not unlike a great  abstract painting. Rounding out the band are RICH PERRY on tenor, ROBERT SABIN on bass, and ALEX RITZ on drums.The music is complex and modern yet exciting and accessible. The contrast between the electric guitar and wind synth with the upright bass and tenor sax creates rich textures, as the band navigates tightly structured arrangements with dissonant harmonizations  containing ample space for improvisation.
“The entirety of Field Theory is a marvelous foray into musical and tonal expansion. The bent notes, the tight arrangements, the harmonies, and those brilliant improvisations make this one of the most intriguing albums of the year. Panayides and the band do not disappoint.” -The Jazz Owl

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