This is your Captain speaking….
Maine Land is in sight…
Maine Land is in sight….
The Museum In The Streets: Wiscasset, Maine
OpenSound closed its 2017 concert series with a performance of John Cage’s “Variations III” in Seven Hills Park, in Davis Square.
Since 2005, OpenSound has been a home for Boston-based improvisers, sound artists, dancers, and creative thinkers, as well as for regional, national, and international touring artists. For many years its final concert was a performance of John Cage’s Variations III, curated by the series co-director, Lou Cohen, a student and colleague of Cage and Christian Wolff.
When Lou passed away in 2013, OpenSound organized several events in his memory, including an important concert and memorial including 100 musicians performing Variations III at the Somerville Armory. This event was powerful in bringing together members of Boston’s family, many of whom had since spread throughout the United States, and a wonderful expression of remembrance, support, and creativity.
Boston’s #1 Mattress-oriented rock band.
The Horse-Eyed Men are Noah and Dylan Harley, two brothers who play original disgruntled Americana and country. Raised by musical humans in a former candy store outside of Providence RI, their music mixes spaghetti-western themes with cabaret, ragtime, and post-partum punk.
The Sound Down Cellar is a straightforward alternative rock collective with a side of pickles.
Solei is a visual artist, muralist and musician living in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Mug is a Boston-based folk musician.
His music is available on bandcamp.
Words seldom do wonderlands justice; what you will see in the South West is a leather-jacket geology in mirrored shades, high heels and deep red lipsticks…
Cactus in memory of Benjamin Britten: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
Destination Moon: White Sands National Monument
Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Beneath The Surface: Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Everything Is BIG In Texas: Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park
Leaning Rocks: Big Bend National Park
Rio Grande: Big Bend National Park
Chiricahua Mountains: Coronado National Forest
Painted Desert: Petrified Forest National Park
Newspaper Rock: Petrified Forest National Park
The Tepees: Petrified Forest National Park
Jasper Forest: Petrified Forest National Park
Martha’s Butte: Petrified Forest National Park
Red Rock State Park: Sedona
a structure consisting of strips of wood or metal crossed and fastened together with square or diamond-shaped spaces left between, used typically as a screen or fence or as a support for climbing plants.
synonyms: grid, latticework, fretwork, open framework, openwork, trellis, trelliswork, espalier, grille, network, mesh,…etcetera
Society of Composers at Berklee presents their fall semester concert. The concert celebrates and embraces diversity and inclusion at a time when people are becoming more divided than ever.
Compositions span a wide variety of themes and styles, and are performed by Berklee students with additional special guests from the community. All compositions are premieres, composed by Berklee students and recent alumni.
- Yotam Ishay: Three Preludes for Piano
- Life’s Little Moment: Jacquelyn Hazle
- Caught up in the Snow: Tina Kayal (composer) and Sarah Chong (piano)
- When Eyes Meet: Jan Vincent Huntenburg
- Copley 6:49 – 8 Miniatures: David Lee (arr. w/ Matt Scutchfield)
- Los Perros: Donovan Sierra, Sarah Chong (piano)
- On a Rainy Night: Tianyi Zhang (composer/pianist)
- Last Stage to a New World: Ben Delaney
- A Year After: Pedro Osuna (Composer), Tania Mesa (Violin I), Lily Lyons (Violin II), Yeh-Van Chen (Sandy) (Viola) and Parker Ousley (Cello)
- (Bye -) Escapade: Matt Scutchfield (Composer), Paul Meland (Saxophone), Matt Samolis (Flute), Lou Bunk (Viola), Ben Delaney (Violin) and Sarah Chong (Prepared Piano)
- Concertino: Lou Bunk (composer and conductor) and almost everyone above
Audio recording credits go to: Kenneth Jin.