Mem1 at Aurora 05.16.2016

Mem1 will be performing on Aurora’s Free Mondays Series in downtown Providence on May 16. The night also features V. Sinclair, Scarpa, and a rare US appearance by Svarte Greiner / Erik Skodvin. Not to be missed. More >>

Titans of Jazz at Tommy’s 05.14.2016

Titans of Jazz will be performing on May 14 alongside living legends Donna Parker and Time Base Corrector (Matt Underwood) as well as Piss Kills Mold (Jimmy Joe Roche) + Will Schorre, who are coming all the way up from Baltimore, just for you. 9pm at Tommy’s Place downtown… I hear there will be chicken fingers. More >>

Portals: CMW Media Lab Concert / Installation 05.14.2016

Very excited to announce that the sixth annual experimental music concert by students from Community MusicWorks’ Media Lab will be taking place at the downtown branch of the Providence Public Library on May 14 at 6pm. This concert is presented in conjunction with the PPL’s “Portals: the History of the Future” exhibit. In response to a number of discussions and site visits to the Library’s Special Collections over the course of the past few months, the students have created alternate futures using technologies from the past and present. These investigations began with students making digital recordings of the sounds of their instruments, which they then transferred to a wax cylinder recorder, and used as the basis for studio compositions via the Reaper digital audio workstation as well as group improvisations incorporating a reel to reel tape machine and various effects pedals in a feedback loop. The resulting recordings have been collected to create an eight-channel sound installation that will be installed in the Empire Foyer through July; the evening’s performance features a structured instrumental improvisation responding to the sound installation itself. More >>

Analog / Digital Hybrids Final Concert 05.12.2016

Very excited about the final concert for my Analog / Digital Hybrids class coming on May 12 at Brown University’s Grant Recital Hall. The evening will include new works by Mohamed Atia, Annabelle Barsky, Nicole Carroll, Samantha Dallas, Samuel Dooman, Alexander Dupuis, Martim Galvao, Hollis Jenkins, Ian MacDougald, Nicholas Sarazen, and Brenton Stokes. More >>