Archive for November, 2009

Third Stream

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

I hope you will join me this coming Wednesday, the 18th, 7:30pm, at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts (, where  you can see great art and listen to great music all in the same experience! Woodwind quintets by Ligeti and György Kurtág and the Béla Bartók sonata for solo violin will be the sounds; and the sights will be a new installation, called “Urban Alchemy/Gordan Matta-Clark”, all woven together and integrated with commentary by music director, David Robertson. Try it, you’ll love it!

Third Stream

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

On Friday, Nov. 20, I will be performing with Dave Cheli’s group (woodwinds, piano, drums, guitar) at the St. Charles Coffee House at 8:00pm. Dave is a quite accomplished multi-woodwind player, and his own music combines free improv., swing and rock. I’ll be supplying one of the pieces, but all of the music requires lots of creative input from all the players. Come and enjoy!