The quartet is: Abraham Burton, Tenor Sax David Bryant, Piano Dezron Douglas, Bass Eric McPherson, Drums
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.
The David Schnitter Quartet performed a set of Mr. Schintter’s original music at Smalls Jazz Club in the Big Apple. The Quartet is: David Schnitter, Tenor SaxUgonna Okegwo, BassSpike Wilner, PianoAnthony Pinciotti, Drums
in the big apple…
Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park at dusk…..
Pictures From BarCampNYC7 and the streets of NY last week. Also, a couple videos from BarCamp NYC 7: Python Bots And node.js overview: barcamp NYC 7: node.js and asynchronous programming
Fluffy clouds march east towards Long Island Sound passing over City Island, NY where the camera was set. The video was captured on Black Friday between noon and sunset and was later sped up to get the time-lapse effect. The music is by New York musician, Lattice from the album titled: Songs in the Key… Continue reading A Big March on The Sound
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… Continue reading Arab-esque
Bang On A Can Marathon took place in The World Financial Center this year with music flowing non-stop for more than 12 hours defying all borders between genres and really making it hard for music lovers to take a break. Every time a new group emerged on the stage, we got swept away and taken… Continue reading The Big Bang…On A Can