Music photography

The Abraham Burton Quartet at Smalls Jazz Club

The quartet is:

Abraham Burton, Tenor Sax

David Bryant, Piano

Dezron Douglas, Bass

Eric McPherson, Drums

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Sam’s Point

Preserve in Ellenville, NY.

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∞ Loops: Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin

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.


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Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park at dusk…..

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Follow The Hudson…

Fall colors as seen in Mount Taurus. Cold Spring, NY.

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Music For 6 Guitars

In the usually quiet Rose Main Reading Room in New York’s public library, Ben Frost took command of his console and crafted along with Tim Hecker, Shahzad Ismaily, Paul Corley, Sarah Lipstate, Sarah Register, Daniel Rejmer and a brass sextet waves of electronic noise that were sky high.

A sign, just outside the main reading room, read: Making unreasonable noise is not allowed at The New York Public Library!

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A walk in the snow around Prospect Park with NYC Photo Outings last Monday.

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Last Saturday was the 8th Annual Arab American Cultural Street Festival which is the official kick-off to New York City’s Annual Arab Heritage Week. NAAP-NY has been organizing this street festival since its inception.

The festivities included an interesting and diverse array of live music & dance, food(of course) and several businesses/activities from all parts of the city and the Arab world.

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On & Off The Avenue

A few street photos in the big apple on Saturday and Sunday around Columbus Circle and Central Park.

I wanted to capture a few photos for New England Oddities Scavenger Hunt May 2010 Collection & ended up submitting the following: Anger, Youth and Flowers!

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West Side Story, a kick off to a thousand miles Journey

Even though I have been living in the North East for almost four years now, I still have thousands of places to visit and see that are reachable by transportation means. This was a walk last Sunday that I started in Harlem’s 125th street subway station and then passed through New York’s Riverside state park all the way to George Washington Bridge.

The most fascinating thing I saw there was the lighthouse known as “The Little Red Lighthouse “!

After a few hours walking in the park, I took the train down to Alphabet City for my Cello Teacher’s performance in the Stone on Avenue C and E 2nd street. This will follow in the next post!