The Red Room welcomes back to Baltimore two fellow musical alums, Bonnie Lander and Dan Zink. Bonnie will present her voice / bass duo with Berlin-based Adam Goodwin and Dan ZInk will present a new work for objects and electronics.

Bonnie Lander, experimental vocalist known for her work with Rhymes With Opera and her performance of avant garde works by Kurt Schwitters and GIancinto Scelsi is joined by Adam Goodwin in double bass.

OPENING for the duo will be Dan Zink on objects and electronics.

Bonnie Lander is a San Diego based classically trained vocalist and violin player who specializes in unorthodox music emphasizing the voice as an expressive tool of the body. Her relationship with experimental music is defined through collaboration with composers, performers (music and dance), improvisers, and lighting designers. Bonnie has performed throughout the United States and Europe in a wide variety of controlled concert settings oscillating between theaters, concert halls, galleries, vans, and bridges. Bonnie is also a founding member of NYC chamber opera company Rhymes With Opera, who commissions new music for vocalists and ensemble each year. For more information check out

Adam Goodwin is a Texan double bassist, composer, and visual artist. He engages in a wide spectrum of artistic activity that involves frequent collaboration with performers, composers, sound artists, choreographers, dancers and visual artists. Goodwin’s musical approach places a heavy emphasis on physical gesture and spontaneity, along with a conscious consideration of the particular space and context in which the music is taking place. As composer and interpreter, he strives to obliterate the false pretenses that tend to surround contemporary art world, and return to a primordial mode of expression which places the highest priority on the individuality of the performer and the spontaneity of each unique moment. Please check out for more information.

Dan Zink is a Philadelphia-based musician who performs sultry noise chaos with custom programmed Supercollider instruments and hacked interfaces. His latest work involves makin biscuits on pressure sensitive devices.

Event location:

The Red Room at Normals Books and Records 425 E. 31st Street Baltimore, MD 21218

The Red Room is a volunteer-run space in Baltimore dedicated to mind-expanding experimental culture, headquartered at Normals Books and Records.