Keir Neuringer is a musician and interdisciplinary artist who is involved in creative arts communities in Poland, Holland, and the US.
He has cultivated a personal and intensely physical approach to saxophone improvisation, plays analogue electronics and Farfisa organ, and sings and narrates text.
After training as a composer and jazz saxophonist in the US, he spent two years on a Fulbright research grant in Krakow. He then moved to The Hague, where he curated performances for audiovisual art and earned a masters degree from the experimental ArtScience Institute.
He now lives in Philadelphia and continues to travel widely to present his work, collaborating closely with Rafal Mazur, Ensemble Klang, and Julius Masri, among many others.
Neuringer’s solo saxophone album “Ceremonies Out Of The Air” has just been released and is available on bandcamp.
drove all the way from Iowa City to West Philly & played a set of his baritone saxophone music accompanied by circular breathing.
The result was an unbroken stream of pounding rhythms and fluid melodies.
Oren’s music is available on Bandcamp.
performed a set of their music at Studio 34 in Philadelphia, for the crowds of the Archer Spade Performance Series.
Alban Bailly, guitar
Bryan Rogers, saxophone
Matt Engle, bass
Dave Flaherty, drums
Toshimaru Nakamura, Tokyo’s experimental music artist, is visiting the United States for a week of performances with Many Arms.
Nakamura was joined by a collection of Archer Spade musicians for his first show:
Nakamaru and Many Arms’ show schedule is shown on the band’s website.
Zaid Nasser – Alto Sax
Chris Byars – Tenor Sax
Ari Roland – Bass
Keith Balla – Drums
One of the pictures in this collection,titled “Maybe She Will”, was selected by FWA Photo editors as Photo of the day, December 23rd 2013