November 17 and 18
Music For Modernist Shapes: Reimagining Spectrodrama
with Martha McDonald
Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center
$10 - limited seating. Tickets
Sunday, Dec. 17
3pm-6pm. Laura's set time: 4pm
Peacock Room at the Philadelphia Brewing Company in Fishtown
January 2018 - Date TBA
with Mark Fosson
Brickbat Books, Philadelphia PA
11/4/17 with Glenn Jones. The Sound Hole, Philadelphia, PA. FB Event Page
10/28/17 Moosic Concert Series, Community Arts Phoenixville, PA. With Kim Horstman and Dann Pell. FB Event Page
10/22/17 Record Release Party, Brickbat Books, Philadelphia, PA. Free.
9/11/17 Music for Modernist Shapes Preview, with Martha McDonald. Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, Asheville, NC.
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Saturday, August 9, Kensington Picnic II, Frankford & Susquehanna, Philadephia. 2:30 pm-?. (Laura's set starts at 2:30.) All-day picnic and celebration of local music. With the Strapping Fieldhands, Birds of Maya, Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler, Spacin', Hohlraum, Fursaxa and Randall of Nazareth. At the Liberty Vintage Motorcycles yard on Frankford Ave. between Susquehanna & Dauphin. FREE. Read the XPN The Key article here
Sunday, August 3, With Gretchen Lohse, Philadelphia, PA.
Saturday, July 26, Pine Barrens Film screening with the Ruins of Friendship Orchestra. Gravy Studio, Philadelphia, PA.
Saturday, July 19, Pine Barrens Film screening and retreat with the Ruins of Friendship Orchestra. Browns Mills, NJ.
Thursday, May 15, Old City Coffee, 221 Church St, Philadelphia, PA. With Ember Schrag. This event is a part of the Night Market, a production of The Food Trust and Old City District. 6 pm. > More info
Sunday, June 8, Folkadelphia Presents: Mark Fosson and Laura Baird at Random Tea Room, 713 N. 4th St., Philadelphia. $10. 8:00 pm. > More info
Saturday, April 26, Wolf Cycles, Philadelphia, PA. With Geb the Great Cackler. 7:00 pm.
Sunday, September 29, PhilaMOCA (531 N. 12th St.), Philadelphia, PA. With Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler and Ed Askew. Presented by Folkadelphia. Doors 8 pm. $10 day of show.
Saturday, September 28, Random Tea Room, 713 N. 4th St, Philadelphia, PA. With Geb the Great Cackler. 7:30 pm.
Tuesday, September 17, performing with Ruins of Friendship Orchestra, Khyber Pass Pub, Philadelphia. 8:30 pm. With Joey Sweeney & The Long Hair Arkestra.
Saturday, September 14, 9 am - 12 pm. Burlington County Farmers' Market. 500 Centerton Rd (Intersection of Centerton & Hartford Rds), Moorestown, NJ. Free.
Saturday, July 27, 2013, Private Party, Titusville, NJ.
Friday, July 5, 2013, Second City Church, Harrisburg, PA. Presented by Moviate. With Glenn Jones.
Tuesday, July 2, 2013 @ Circle of Hope, 2009 Frankford Ave. 1st Floor, Philadelphia, PA. With Glenn Jones.
Friday, May 31,2013, 7 - 10 PM. Data Garden Presents: Heritage Electronics. Part of the 2013 Hidden City Philadelphia Festival. At the Historical Society of Frankford, 1507 Orthodox St, Philadelphia, PA. Laura will be playing theremin in an improvisational trio with Gretchen Lohse and Dino Lionetti. Also performing: King Britt and Charles Cohen. $15 advance/$20 at the door. Tickets available here.
Saturday, November 3, 2012. Pines Screening/Music/Readingfrom David Kessler/Allen Crawford/Ruins of Friendship Orchestra. @PhilaMOCA. Free.
Sunday, October 14th, 2012, The Switched-On Garden @ Bartram’s Garden, Philadelphia. Free. Laura Baird, Allen Crawford, Dino Lionetti, and Gretchen Lohse. Electronics, field recordings, flute, synthesizer, theremin, and violin provide the backdrop for an essay inspired by Bartram’s Garden.
Sunday, September 9, 2012. Zebulon Cafe Concert, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. With Glenn Jones, Mariee Sioux, and The Original Bingo Club. 9 PM.
July 21, 2012. Rigby Mansion, Philadelphia. With On the Water and Ember Schrag.
June 30, 2012. Live original score for Steamboat Bill, Jr., with Glenn Jones and Les Baird. Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, Millersburg, PA.
June 20, 2012. Friends Meeting House, Arney's Mount, NJ. With Jesse Sparhawk and Larkin Grimm.
October 7, 2011, 9 PM @ Brickbat Books, Philadelphia. Opening for Michael Hurley. $5.