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Sat, Sep 17



pt.fwd presents Daniel Wyche

To kick off pt.fwd's fifth season, we're thrilled to welcome Daniel Wyche to the McLean County Museum of History!

pt.fwd presents Daniel Wyche
pt.fwd presents Daniel Wyche

Time & Location

Sep 17, 2022, 7:00 PM

Bloomington, 200 N Main St, Bloomington, IL 61701, USA

About the event

To kick off pt.fwd's fifth season, we're thrilled to welcome Daniel Wyche to the McLean County Museum of History!

Daniel will perform a live, stereo version of the title piece from his new record “Earthwork” on American Dreams Records. The piece will be followed by an open improvisation with local high school students performing with extended techniques, random objects, and "whatever other weird stuff anyone wants to bring and use."

Daniel Wyche is a Chicago-based guitarist, composer and improviser. Working with a wide range of physical preparations, extended techniques, and pedal instruments, his solo recordings and live performances are characterized by long-form structured improvisations and multichannel guitar. He has been a curator with the Elastic Arts Foundation in Chicago since 2013, where his work has been described as “crucial” by Dusted and “vital” by the Chicago Reader. In March of 2020, Daniel co-founded The Quarantine Concerts in collaboration with Chicago’s Experimental Sound Studio. The series has been widely praised as a model for online/streaming live music. Along with his solo guitar work, Daniel is involved in several ongoing collaborations, most notable the trio of Wyche, Mark Shippy, and Ben Baker Billington. His new solo record, “Earthwork,” is out now on American Dreams Records. 


The Museum continues to monitor the conditions that surround the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and how these conditions will impact our ability to hold future in-person programs. As long as current health and safety guidelines from the CDC and State of Illinois allow for in-person programming at that time, we plan to host this program in-person at the Museum. Please visit for updates on this and other upcoming programs.

All pt.fwd concerts are free and open to the public. pt.fwd is an independent, artist-run 501c3 non-profit that organizes contemporary music and sonic arts performances in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois.

pt.fwd's mission is to celebrate the communal experience of coming together to listen to powerful new sonic art. In partnership with the McLean County Museum of History, pt.fwd promotes new work by local and regional artists in a historic, acoustically curious setting.

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