Fire Museum presents:
Simone Weissenfels, piano (Leipzig, Germany)
Shayna Dulberger, bass (NYC)
Julius Masri, drums (Philadelphia)
Keir Neuringer, reeds and Saxophone (Philadelphia)
The quartet performed a set of improvisational music at The Rotunda, Philadelphia.
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 a weekly Williamsburg based series dedicated to Improv, Free Jazz, Out Jazz and beyond…
Carl Testa Trio did such a stellar job Saturday at Never Ending Books in New Haven that the crowd forgot about the wind and rain blowing outside and immersed in an hour of music indulgence as the trio played a set of 5 pieces of their original compositions.
The set played included the following pieces:
All six pieces can be watched in the same order they were played on the following YouTube playlist:
Yesterday was an interesting day in New England. It was dark and dreary, the sky was weeping continuously like she was crying and the overall mood was “Tell me why I moved here one more time!”.
However, things changed towards the evening when I “swam” my way to New Haven to a place called Never Ending Books that features local musicians the second Saturday every month in what is known as The Uncertainty Music Series.
Yesterday saw Boston based Kevin Frenette trio featuring
James Rohr on fender rhodes,
John McLellan on drums
and of course Kevin Frenette on guitar.
The trio played five pieces of their own improvisational Jazz work for the Uncertainty audience, all of which appear on the following YouTube playlist in the order they were played:
A tip of the hat goes to Carl Testa for his outstanding contribution to the local music scene. His trio will appear on the next blog post as they played their own set of music.