Pat Greene will host two final music events at Gallery at Avalon Island this month


Thomas Milovac Quartet - PHOTO VIA THOMAS MILOVAC
  • Photo via Thomas Milovac
  • Thomas Milovac Quartet
Since Pat Greene took on curatorial duties at the Gallery at Avalon Island downtown five years ago, he has been hosting regular music programming in the building that redefines the very notion of art music. Touring acts like To Live and Shave in L.A. and Simeon from Silver Apples played there; as did locals like Mother Juno and Moon Jelly. Now with Greene heading off to warmer climes at the end of the month, this will be your last chance (or chances) to check out his adventurous vision of artful music in a downtown gallery setting.

Jacksonville jazz bassist Thomas Milovac, last seen in the City Beautiful at the recent Accidental Music Festival, will be bringing his free-jazz quartet to the Gallery on Thursday, July 12, for a performance that is sure to shake the rafters of the venerable building.

The final edition of the long-running In-Between Series - which has hosted adventurous acts ranging from Merchandise's David Vassalotti to Miami's Rat Bastard - will be going out with a noisy bang on Monday, July 16, courtesy of new experimental-improvisational local ensembles Unfade and Antiquark Ensemble.

All events are free and open to the public and begin at 7 p.m.

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