Monthly Archives: March 2009

Irondale Ensemble Project In Brooklyn

Anthony Braxton (via Anthony Braxton will be performing in all three upcoming Irondale Ensemble Project shows: April 15, 16, 17, 18 | 7:30PM The Walter Thompson Orchestra will perform the world premiere of a WTO-commissioned work by renowned composer … Continue reading

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April: Portland New Music Society

Michael Bunsen: “Square Waves in Nature” (electronics) Trillium Voices: Chamber Choir performs original works by Portland composer Giles Buser-Molatore and Veljo Tormis Adam Reese: “Live Mixing” Thursday April 16th @ 8pm Free (donations gladly accepted) Enterbeing, 1603 NE Alberta St., … Continue reading

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Subtext: Danny Snelson + Chris DeLaurenti in Seattle

From Wayward Music: 7:30 PM; donation at the door. Presented by Subtext Reading Series. DANNY SNELSON is an editor, writer, and archivist living in Brooklyn, New York. His online editorial work can be found at UbuWeb, PennSound and Eclipse. Gallery … Continue reading

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Vinny Golia Sextet, Slumgum, and Axis Trio in LA

Mr. T’s Bowl in LA will be the scene for an event: Vinny Golia Sextet, Slumgum, and Axis Trio FREE! April 15th, 9pm Mr T’s Bowl 5621 1/2 Figueroa St., Highland Park A triple bill featuring LA jazz legend, Vinny … Continue reading

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From DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET: March 29, 2009 Frank Gratkowski & Thomas Heberer, Downtown Music Gallery Frank Gratkowski, Thomas Heberer

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Sonomu Reviews

From Sonomu: itsnotyouitsme, Walled Gardens (New Amsterdam) Take two perfectly lovely voices each abandoning their respective egos to harmonize and therewith, you have something greater – listen to Simon & Garfunkel. A duet allows for thoughts developed individually to immediately … Continue reading

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Erik Friedlander’s Broken Arm Trio at Barbes Reviewed

Erik Friedlander (via From the New York Times: The cellist Erik Friedlander possesses a deep, singing tone on his instrument, and when he gives into it completely, he can be a heartbreaker. At the diminutive Brooklyn club Barbès, which … Continue reading

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