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Monthly Archives: September 2005
Bridge Records has released the latest in their Carter series. In celebration of Elliott Carterâ€™s 97th birthday, Bridge Records is proud to be issuing Volume Six of its Elliott Carter Edition. This series of recordings has garnered high critical praise … Continue reading
An upcoming release has been announced. On September 20th & 21st Liberty Ellman went into Brooklyn Recording with Steve Lehman, Mark Shim, Stephan Crump, Jose Davilla, and Gerald Cleaver. Pi Recordings will release the CD in the spring of 2006.
Emerging Improvisers is hosting the Fifth Phrenology Festival this weekend in Chicago.
Lots of news and reviews in today’s DMG Newsletter.
Dresser is interviewed at the UC San Diego paper.
Amendola has a few shows scheduled: 10/ 4/05 Petaluma, CA ZebulonÂ´s Lounge 21 4th St. 707-769-7948 Scott Amendola Band celebrating the release of Believe! 8pm â€” $15 â€” Ages: 21+ Jenny Scheinman-violin Nels Cline-guitars John Shifflett-contrabass Scott Amendola-drums,percussion,electronics 10/ 5/05 … Continue reading
New York’s Tonic will be featuring a few good shows. Fri, Sep 30 8pm Billy Martin & Socket $12 With Cyro Baptista (percussion), Shelley Hirsch , Min Xiao Fen (pipa / ruan), Charles Burnham (violin), Calvin Weston (drums) & Shahzad … Continue reading
A couple of new ones from New World Records: Alvin Lucier Wind Shadows The Barton Workshop: John Anderson, clarinet; Frank Denyer, piano; James Fulkerson, trombone; Marieke Keser, violin; Judith van Swaay, cello; Jos Tieman, double bass Martin Bresnick My Twentieth … Continue reading
Read on to find out the latest goings on with Birdsongs Of The Mesozoic, Far Corner, Gary Lucas (Fast ‘n’ Bulbous), NeBeLNeST, Richard Pinhas and Pip Pyle.
A blog entry argues that ticket prices, not programming or culture, could be what is keeping people away from classical music.