Last Minute Shows

A few very-recent additions to my schedule happening this weekend. Large Objects is performing as a trio (Klein/Matlock/Rhodes) at La Paloma Sabanera in Hartford tomorrow, Saturday the 23rd at 7:30PM. On Sunday the 24th, I'm accompanying the duo of Kyoko Kitamura and Anne Rhodes at Downtown Music Gallery in NYC at 7PM, as they lead a workshop and performance of some of Anthony Braxton's Ghost Trance Music and Language Music system as well as some original compositions by the two.

Another recently-added date is April 4th at 7:30, at Yale Hillel - I'm performing on Accordion with the Yale Klezmer Band, pairing tunes with readings by Yiddish scholar Ken Frieden from his book "Classic Yiddish Stories." Further info TBA.

Finally, a pertinent announcement from Joey Molinaro. Joey completed a successful Kickstarter campaign recently to raise money for this release, attempting a new model of DIY commissioning. Here's his blurb about it:
As for future releases, I would like to announce the official selections for my Analog DIYalog vinyl recording project, whose scores range from meticulously-notated malevolence to improvisatory sketches. Look for the record to drop in 2014:

Lucio Menegon- Improvisation as an Analogy for Two Parties that Don’t Speak the Same Language
Chris Kincaid- Etude 1
Amy Mills- Port Chester Noise: Satan’s Dungeon
Dave Scanlon- Short Exercise #1
Joe White- Ritalin
Tim Byrnes- Untitled
Eleonor Sandresky- Etude
Adam Matlock- GwWick
Epistasis- Horror In Fidelus
Christien LeDroit- Wandering the Threshold of Delirium

And last but not least, for now, a recent cover I recorded of a Peter Hammill tune "Too Many of My Yesterdays"

Upcoming, a few Dr. Caterwaul's appearances in CT and an An Historic set in NYC with Carl Testa, and on, and on.

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