Comfort Music: Cory Hills and Deidre Huckabay

  • Comfort Station Logan Square 2579 North Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL, 60647 United States

Comfort Music, every Thursday
Doors open at 7pm, show starts promptly at 7:30pm
No cover (donations encouraged and appreciated!)
**No Alcohol is permitted at Comfort Station**

Eighth Blackbird Chicago Artist's Workshop: Cory Hills and Deidre Huckabay. 

The Art of Percussive Storytelling, by Cory Hills

Multi-percussionist, composer, and improviser Cory Hills thrives on breaking down musical barriers through creative, interdisciplinary projects. He has received degrees from Northwestern University, Queensland Conservatorium, and the University of Kansas, and was awarded a research fellowship to Institute Fabrica. Currently, Hills is an active performer, composer, and recording artist in Los Angeles, as well asa member of the Grammy-nominated Los Angeles Percussion Quartet.

Hills is an artist for Innovative Percussion, Remo, Sabian, and Black Swamp Percussion. For more information please visitwww.splatboombang.com.

Going on Being Buttercream Frosting, by Deidre Huckabay

Going on Being Buttercream Frosting is a ritual of collective remembering that borrows from psychoanalysis, self-help, and sonic baths. It is a sound installation and guided meditation incorporating video, multi-channel audio, lamplight, and mixed childhood debris. Originally a solo musical set titled Capital, Going on Being first developed during a residency at High Concept Labs in spring 2016.

Deidre Huckabay is a Chicago-based performer, writer, photographer, and event producer. She is a flutist with degrees from the Eastman School of Music and Duquesne University. Her work reflects a solitary, interior world, drawing on a musical life that requires long hours alone and listening. As a flutist, she has extensively toured the U.S., Europe, and Latin America. Deidre performs with the Eastman BroadBand and Manual Cinema, and has recorded for Urtext and Bridge Records. She is co-owner of the experimental cassette tape label Parlour Tapes+ and a regular contributor to Cacophony Magazine.