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December 4, 2013 Evan Parker, John Edwards, John Russell The Vortex London November 21, 2013 Outside the Vortex a man turned to me and said, "Well, I was expecting something, you know, a bit radical but nothing quite like this!"...We had just come
A subset of the EA Orchestra, whose recent recording ( Likiedos , Amirani Records, 2011) focused on the compositional aspects of avant-garde large ensemble music, A Windy Season is a wind quartet thatat first blush-seems to traverse similar terrain
I was playing at a club in town, a pretty fancy place, the gig all the guys in town want. On the break a pretty woman in the audience came up to me and complimented my playing...But then she asked if I play professionallyright in the middle of a gig!
David Peterson probably isn't ready to be labeled as "The Quiet Man" of bluegrass and country roots music. But when performing solo concerts, which comprise roughly one-third of his touring schedule, he can understand how such a reference makes the
The latter is the name that best describes what pianist Mark Robson will do when he performs with noted soprano Ruth Ann Swenson and tenor Frank Lopardo in an evening of operatic music at the Crest Theatre on Nov. 22. That event marks the debut of
November 12, 2013 The musicians of the new Norwegian trio As Deafness Increases (borrowing its name from the composition of Paul Rutherford and drummer Paul Lovens from their duo album, Po Torch, 1978)double bassist Inga Margrete Aas, Guitarist
The annual event will feature musician clinics and exhibitors at S.I.R...This all-star concert will take place at the historic Fonda Theatre and will honor heavy metal legend, Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler and rockabilly bass legend Lee Rocker, while
Jazzebel The leader's impressive virtuosity and brilliant solo improvisations were well complemented by the other two members of the trio Over 20 years ago, when apartheid was still alive and kicking, I had the supreme pleasure of hearing the great
The two duos with Svendsen on "The Tasty" and "Cloudberries" shine with inventive playfulness. On all the pieces Winther's playing is focused, concise, stressing on every piece on a unique sonic dimension, and varies it with restless, chaotic
I've been musical early on, but the decision to try for a career came at the end of college after I had gotten from zero to 60 in about three years...Your sound and approach to music: I play an electric instrument, but I don't get into electronics (i.