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Rent Romus and Amber McZeal

Sunday, October 11th – 4:30-6:30 pm
Life’s Blood Ensemble – “Haven”

Rent Romus. Photo by Nick Chao.

Rent Romus. Photo by Nick Chao.

Safa Shokrai – bass

Timothy Orr – drums

Rent Romus – alto saxophones/flutes

Heikki Koskinen – e-trumpet/flutes

Joshua Marshall – tenor saxophone

Rent Romus’ Life’s Blood Ensemble presents music from their forthcoming recording entitled “Haven.”

Albert Ayler once said  that “music is healing force of the universe”, and through this music, Life’s Blood Ensemble explores that which we all seek deep within ourselves. “Haven” is a place where we can be safe, find refuge, and express our true selves without borders or judgement.  A place where deep inside we wish to be protected from the harsh environment both from within and without.


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