OK, so I am offcially bad at keeping this page updated, and I have discovered that an easier way of announcing concerts is to make a newsletter. The link above is the current newsletter. Enjoy. :)
Sat, Oct 1 at 8:00 p.m.
14 Mason Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Tuesday, Oct 4 @ 9pmish
So Bo & I have finally decided on a band name.... the wrong shapes. Please join us at the Precinct!
70 Union Sq
Saturday, September 10, 2011 at 8:00 p.m.
Seully Hall, The Boston Conservatory
8 The Fenway
Boston, MA 01521
PURCHASE TICKETS NOW: $15 regular; $10 senior;
FREE for students w/ID & children age 12 and under
Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 3:00 p.m.
Old South Church in Copley Square
645 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
We're at it again! Please come hear us play cool stuff including some originals... also a cover of Amy Winehouse's Back to Black (which we ironically arranged prior to her departure from the living world...
Tom Hall tenor sax, Kit Demos double bass, Ashley Addington flute, Rachel Arnold cello, Pam Marshall French horn, Todd Brunel clarinets.
Completing their three concert cycle, the duo of Rachel Arnold and Ashley Addington will once again grace our stage at the Democracy Center, bringing a program that will include newly commissioned works as well as 'Enchanted Preludes' by Elliot Carter.
The Vortex is also proud to present tenor saxophonist Tom Hall and bassist Kit Demos. Tom Hall has enjoyed a long and varied career as one of the most influential improvisers in the New England area. He has worked with such projects as club d'Elf, the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, Bruce Katz and is on the faculty of Brandeis University.
Bassist Kit Demos works frequently with such artists as drummer John McClellan, cellist Junko Simons, guitarist Jeff Platz and alto saxophonist Jim Hobbs. He is the director of the Avant jazz Series in Lewiston, ME and is a New England Foundation for the Arts Grant Recipient.
Joining the artist will be fellow Vortex regulars Pam Marshall on french horn and clarinetist Todd Brunel.
45 Mt. Auburn St
Ashley and I will be performing works by Colqhoun, Heiss, and Carter.
Ashley Addington and I will be performing Elliott Carter's "Enchanted Preludes" and Kaija Saariaho's "Mirrors." Other performers include:
The Guidonian Hand Trombone Quartet
Works by Galen Brown and Jeremy Howard Beck
Mark Broschinsky, trombone
Will Lang, trombone
Sebastian Vera, trombone
James Rogers, trombone
Original works by Andrew Frankhouse
Andrew Frankhouse, sax
Sean Farias, bass
Ignacio Rivas, drums
Selections from Woman of the Water by Frank Wallace
Claire Raphaelson, soprano
Matthew Wright, lute
Copland, Piano Sonata, 1st movement (plastique anime)
Erika Hong, mover
Jessica Schaeffer, mover
Sogol Shirazi, mover
Kai-Ching Chang, piano
Admission free; no tickets required
1 Follen St
Cambridge, MA 02138
Saturday, September 18, 2010 @ 8pm
Killian Hall MIT
160 Memorial Dr
Cambridge, MA 02133
Sunday, September 19, 2010 @ 2pm
Seully Hall, Boston Conservatory
8 The Fenway Boston, MA
New Chamber works by:
Tickets are $15 general, $10 for seniors, and FREE for students and children age 12 and under. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.
Once again, dear Ashley Addington and I will be performing at the Lily Pad.
Here are the details:Lily Pad
Featuring Ashley Addington & Rachel Arnold
Danvers United Methodist Church
16 Sylvan St
Performance of works by Christopher Gainey, Elliott Carter, Kaija Saariaho, Volker Blumenthaler, Scelsi (solo flute), Martino (solo cello) and two commissioned premieres by Charles Turner and Jay C. Batzner.
3 x 3 = infiniti sign (sorry I can't figure out how to type that one out)
Music by Peter Gilbert & Karola Obermuller
Libretto by Tina Hartmann
Direction by Copeland Woodruff
May 20-22 @ 8PM, Cambridge YMCA in Central Sq
May 23 @ 3PM
Instrumentation: cello, accordion, bass clarinet, and electronics. The music is indeed awesome.
Middlesex Lounge (Cambridge, between Central and Kendall)
315 Massachusetts Ave
To be honest, I don't know all that will be happening but it should be awesome. It's a collaboration between musicians, dancers, visual artists, video artists (I think), and possibly other cool folks. I'll give you more detailed information soon, but until then you know as much as I do! I do know one other bit of information though. Emily Beattie (dancer/choreographer) is organizing this whole sha-bang! :)
Composer Eva Kendrick, a 2006 graduate of the Longy School of Music, will present her chamber work "Disir" at the brand new Longy Alumni Concert Series. Kendrick will perform Disir, which is based on the Old Norse poetic Edda, co-created by E. Reed Ferenbaugh, along with Ferenbaugh, Longy alumns Rachel Arnold, cello, and Noell Dorsey, soprano as well as James Delorey, percussion. Other performers on the program will include Sara Bielanski, mezzo-soprano, and William Merrill, piano performing North and South by John Harbison, the early music ensemble Seven Times Salt, trombonist Mark Broschinsky and pianist Aaron Butler. The concert is free and open to the public.
27 Garden St.
Cambridge, MA 02138