A quartet of Philadelphians and Brooklynites took the stage at Legion Bar by storm with a set of their improvisatory Free Jazz music. The quartet performed the opening set of OutNow Music Nights and included: Keir Neuringer, Alto Sax Yoni Kretzmer, Tenor Sax Shayna Dulberger, Double Bass & Julius Masri, Drums OutNow Music Nights is… Continue reading Beyond Jazz From Philadelphia and Brooklyn
Performed a set of their original Jazz music at Legion Bar in Williamsburg Brooklyn. The trio is: Brian Drye, Trombone Dan Fabricatore, Double Bass Jeff Davis, Drums This performance was part of the OutNow Music Nights series.
Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin performed a set of their music at Roulette in Brooklyn, NY. The duo recently released their collaborative album: Instrumental Tourist.
Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park at dusk…..
Last Sunday marked the last day in the US tour for Berlin Pianist & composer Nils Frahm. Dumbo, Brooklyn was his last stop where he played a set of his solo piano works accompanied by Greg Haines, the English composer, in Galapagos art space. This was the first US tour for the two composers after… Continue reading From Berlin To Brooklyn: Nils Frahm & Greg Haines in NY
A walk in the snow around Prospect Park with NYC Photo Outings last Monday.
The best time of the year is now: When light defeats darkness and days become more prominent than nights. This collection was taken in two places: Coney Island, Brooklyn NY during their annual and famous Mermaid Parade and in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.
Offering new views of lower Manhattan, now people can enjoy a few more feet of water front & probably get a chance to walk off those calories they gain from the nearby ice cream factory & famous pizza place!
This was another Brooklyn expedition with NYC Photo Outings group last Saturday. We started at Smith and 9 street Subway Station(F & G) and roamed the streets of Red Hook. I managed to capture some video after the outing where the cloud formations were dramatic and quite fascinating.
It was sunny, somewhat cold last Saturday when we ascended back to the surface of Atlantic Ave. Regardless, I decided to take a walk around the Ave, Furman Street where some abandoned warehouses are located and then hit The Heights and crossed the bridge to Manhattan. All of the places seen on this walk are… Continue reading From Brooklyn, with Love!