Society of Composers at Berklee presents their fall semester concert. The concert celebrates and embraces diversity and inclusion at a time when people are becoming more divided than ever. Compositions span a wide variety of themes and styles, and are performed by Berklee students with additional special guests from the community. All compositions are premieres,… Continue reading Society Of Composers (Berklee College) Fall Concert 2016
The trio performed at Mobius in Central Square under the auspices of OpenSound series….
Open Field Initiative and 119 Gallery present XFest 2016, a festival of improvised music, visuals and movement.
Building on his many diverse interests, composer and violinist Mark Zaki’s work ranges from historically- informed and traditional chamber music to electroacoustic music, mixed-media composition, and music for film.
The Boston based trio stopped by Yell Gallery in Fishtown, Philadelphia and performed a set of their music. tough day tubing is: Al Margolis was recently reviewed by Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes as "some sort of evil genius working with raw materials which are never adapted to a genre or a context, because they create… Continue reading tough day tubing
is the Philadelphia based experimental duo of: Trombonist Dan Blacksberg (who has performed with Anthony Braxton Quartet and Archer Spade with Nick Millevoi) and Casio keyboard modifier Julius Masri (Electric Simcha, Avant-rock band Lionshead, and the out-improv Keir Neuringer/Julius Masri Duo). Blacksberg works to push the trombone to its limits as an unlikely pair to… Continue reading superlith, iron dog, james strong & paul christian
Toshimaru Nakamura improvises with Archer Spade’s musicians at Studio 34 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: Keir Neuringer Amy Cimini Julius Masri Jesse Kudler Ian Fraser Nick Millevoi… Continue reading Toshimaru Nakamura et al
This was a walk in Central Park with NYC Brainiacs. It was the first time in a few months that we get a moderate temperature without wind,rain or snow! Lawrence showed an interest in the species found in the park and we passed quite a number of musicians playing solo or in groups on our… Continue reading Seventy Degrees Fahrenheit: Central Park