Tuesday, January 30, 2007

"Dave, Dave, and Dave" an improv music show - Friday, February 16th.

Daves converge from the far corners of the improv globe...

gdg, solo saxophones (Dave Gross)

Empty House Cooperative:
David Michael Curry, Jonah Sacks,
Chris Brokaw, Craig Colorusso,
cello, guitar, bass clarinet, viola, loops, singing saw, etc.

Dave Bryant, keyboard
John Turner, bass
Eric Rosenthal, drums

Friday, February 16, 2007
at Third Life Studios
33 Union Square (Somerville Avenue in the heart of Union Square)
Somerville, MA
doors at 8 p.m., music at 8:30
co-presented with the Somerville Arts Council

Dave Gross (gdg, to you) astonishes, balancing the razor's
edge of tiny, razor-sharp sounds, treating his saxophones
as metal sounding tubes or, perhaps, even physical razors.

Dave Curry appears with the Empty House Cooperative, whose
flexible ensemble combines our shared experimental approach
to improvisation with elements from ambient and popular musics.

Dave Bryant attacks from the free-jazz direction, informed by his
experience with Ornette Coleman's Prime Time and work with
a slew of Boston improvising greats.

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:07 PM

    Dear DMC:

    Why not add David Grubbs to your improv event? Then it could be "Dave, Dave, Dave and David." Sadly, I'm committed to seeing Vashti Bunyan in Brooklyn. But I don't think he is, so he'd be available.

    Give it to those New Yorkers, man. Sideways.