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ISO-8601 WN6-18 2017

First half of the year has been full. Let’s do the rundown in no particular order: Performance Lots of performance. Never feels that way when it’s happening but looking back over it, a bunch of fun work. A nice mix of electric bass, upright bass, free improvisation, notey music, lots of ensemble work. Solo PaBU: A […]

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Take Magazine interview with Anne Decker

Article in Take Magazine featuring TURNmusic founder Anne Decker. If the musicians in TURNmusic are open for just about anything, Decker feels that the audience is in a similarly receptive state. And the work of TURNmusic is, in part, about connecting with listeners, making the experience of hearing new music one that isn’t complicated by much […]

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Take Magazine re: TURNMusic

A nice note in Take Magazine for the April 2017 show with TURNMusic: TURNmusic is cutting-edge but respectively classical, and the combination has been riotously successful in drawing in a diverse audience of listeners.

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Human and uncontrolled

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to perform Richard Reed Parry’s Music for Heart and Breath with TURNMusic. We’ll be performing it again so if you missed it you can still catch it. The piece involves ceding control of tempo to the individual biology of the musicians. This loss of control is interesting because […]

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North Country Electronic Music Festival

This past weekend I played in the North Country Electronic Music Festival, produced by TurnMusic with Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, David Gunn, Anne Decker and David Morneau. It was held at ArtsRiot, just a stones throw from my studio. It was a great afternoon of all kinds of different electronic sets ranging from the “explorations of rurality” […]

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