Monthly Archives: March 2006
A new book on Stockhausen is reviewed and it sounds like entertaining reading, if nothing else. About these ads
Classical new-music ensemble Eighth Blackbird will be finishing up their current season over the next few weeks and will perform a few shows in Chicago, including one tonight. Chicago, IL Mar 30&31 8pm Museum of Contemporary Art Pierrot Lunaire Chicago, … Continue reading
The latest from Bagatellen. Reuben Radding – Fugitive Pieces – 28 Mar 06 Loren Stillman – The Brothers’ Breakfast – 27 Mar 06
Oliveros is playing two nights in Philly this weekend. Friday, March 31 | 8pm Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Band with Pauline Oliveros, electronics/accordian David Gamper, piano/electronics Stuart Dempster, trombone plus very special guests +Sunday, April 2 | 4pm … Continue reading
This year’s Edgefest lineup is stronger than usual. It has not been posted yet but advance word is as follows: October 11-14, 2006 8 Bold Souls Time Berne’s Paraphrase Tomasz Stanko Quartet Oliver Lake and Mary Redhouse Claudia Quintet Myra … Continue reading
An interesting show in New York tonight, featuring Steve Swell’s Unified Theory of Sound, with Jemeel Moondoc (alto saxophone), Matt LaVelle (trumpet, bass clarinet), William Parker (bass), Cooper-Moore (piano), Chad Taylor (drums), Leena Conquest (voice) and Thomas Buckner (voice).
The Princeton Laptop Orchestra is getting some press lately. Check out their site for a bunch of samples.
Once again, some All About Jazz reviews: 29-Mar-06 Steve Swell Fire Into Music (Independent) 29-Mar-06 Derek Bailey / Evan Parker The London Concert (Psi) 28-Mar-06 Ivo Perelman Trio Black on White (Clean Feed Records) 28-Mar-06 Michael Blake Trio Right Before … Continue reading
A performance featuring Henry Kaiser, Lucas Ligeti, John Oswald, Michael Snow and Casey Sokol is reviewed.