October 27, 2023
- Oct 27
- Brothers Dressler
- 225 Sterling Rd., Unit 16
- All Ages
- $20 adv
October 27, 2023
A 3D Surround Sound Concert Experience
In partnership with Adamson
Michael Peter Olsen
(Toronto // cellist to the stars gone cosmic // Narrative of a Nervous System album release)
(Toronto // Born Ruffians vocalist gone Americana // solo set)
With special visuals by
As part of the Wavelength Monthly Series
@ Brothers Dressler, 225 Sterling Rd., Unit 16, Toronto
Friday, October 27, 2023
$20 advance plus taxes and fees at showclix.com
Ticket link: https://bit.ly/WL-MPO2023
More info: https://bit.ly/MPO-2023INFO
All Ages / Licensed
Nobody does it like Michael Peter Olsen. Since coming to prominence in the early 2000s as a member of the Hidden Cameras, Michael has gradually honed his craft as a cello visionary and collaborated with a long list of world-renowned artists including Drake, Haim, Ed Sheeran, and Sharon Van Etten. In recent years, he’s routed his more abstract impulses into solo compositions under his own name, and is about to follow up his 2021 debut solo album Yearning Flow with Narrative of a Nervous System, to be released on October 27 via Hand Drawn Dracula.
On the day of his album release, we’ll be celebrating with a show as unique as Michael’s music and career, in partnership with Adamson, Canada’s most recognized exporter of loudspeaker technology for the pro-audio sector. Amid the rustic backdrop of the Brothers Dressler woodworking studio, where Wavelength presented two memorable shows in 2019, Michael’s cello explorations will be bolstered by an all-star band including Narrative of a Nervous System guest stars Owen Pallett, alaska B (Yamantaka // Sonic Titan), and Daniel Monkman (Zoon, Ombiigizi) and powered by the Adamson Fletcher Machine immersive 3D audio rendering engine so every note can be experienced as intended.
Add in an opening solo set by Born Ruffians singer-guitarist Luke Lalonde and special visuals by Toronto/Buffalo-based multimedia artist and professor Shawn Chiki, and it’s bound to be a special night that will sound and look unlike any other.
Poster design by Beehive Design.
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