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HÜMNmuse: Sax in the City
HÜMNmuse: Sax in the City

Thu, Apr 11


Lucky Cat Gallery

HÜMNmuse: Sax in the City

Come check out our first GroupMuse x HÜMNKIND collaboration for an evening of jazz and authentic community building with the incredible Jazz Saxophonist, Randal Fischer.

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Time & Location

Apr 11, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Lucky Cat Gallery

About This Event

Groupmuse is an organization dedicated to creating community and supporting musicians through hosing live, intimate concerts in unconventional spaces, such as living rooms, backyards, nature etc. Groupmuse shares our core founding principle around real, heart-centered community building so naturally, we’re joining forces to build our more beloved and beautiful world, and we hope you come along!

In our first ever HÜMNmuse event, we bring together Groupmuse’s culture of soulful listening and HÜMNKIND’s ritual of interpersonal sharing. This’ll be like a regular groupmuse event, except at intermission, (for those who want) we will break into small groups and share earnestly and honestly about life, where we’re at, and how the music we’ve all experienced has landed and shaped us.


Lucky Cat Labs was founded in 2015 as a place where artists are encouraged to express themselves through a diverse array of mediums and find inspiration and support in conversations with other creators. This location is our biggest endeavor yet -- 22 creative studios overlooking a massive fine art gallery.

The acoustics are pleasantly church-like: soft, quiet music has space to converse with itself in gentle echoes, and loud, passionate music will joyfully resound through the main space and fill many quieter nooks and crannies. Guests are encouraged to explore the space throughout the evening, and enjoy our rotating monthly art exhibits.


(from Spotify) "Randal Fisher is a Los Angeles based Tenor Saxophonist and has plays with the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, Aloe Blacc, Ethio Cali, Carlos Niño, Dexter Story and many others. He has worked with Artists like Kamasi Washington, Moses Sumney, Miguel Atwood Ferguson, Rocky Dawuni and other Artists around the Los Angeles music scene for over 20 years."

He'll be joined by three other musicians in a quartet for an evening of improvisational jazz that's sure to delight.


Bring your own drinks; explore the neighborhood for some excellent dining options beforehand. There is ample (paid) parking in the area.

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