mikeweil

What live music are you going to see tonight?

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They were very good, just bad sight lines. Also, EP was sitting with his back to the audience.

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Looks like he's sitting in the front pew...

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Tonight it is Burton Greene.

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Indradeep Ghosh (violin), Indrajit Banerjee (Sitar), Subratta Bhattacharya (tabla)---in Allen, Texas.

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Last night, the Brad Mehldau Trio at the University of Texas at Dallas. The first half of the concert, which seemed to consist of material from an impending release, was utterly boring. Why did I come to this? Then, in a complete shift, the group played a Sidney Bechet composition, which was quite gorgeous. The last two songs, which I gathered was older repertoire of the group, were actually pretty good. So in the end I hated/liked the concert.

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Earlier today:

NEXUS Percussion - April 22, 2018 3:00 PM at the Redeemer Lutheran Church [Kingston, NY]

NEXUS is made up of four master percussionists internationally revered for virtuosity, innovation and extraordinary music out of the broadest array of percussion instruments imaginable.

PROGRAM: 

Prelude:  
Pauline Oliveros (1932 - 2016) The Greeting Meditation (1972) 
(performed before the beginning of the concert)
Program:  
Lou Harrison (1917 - 2003) Solo (To Anthony Anthony Cirone) (1972)
NEXUS Echoes of Spirit (2018)
Traditional Zimbabwe (arr. NEXUS) Tongues (late 1970s)
Steve Reich (b. 1936) Drumming Part I Drumming Part I (1970-1971)

  
*** INTERMISSION ***
 

Traditional (arr. NEXUS)  Ancient Military Aires (Ancient)
The Long Roll
Three Camps
The Downfall of Paris
Hell on the Wabash
Steve Reich (arr. Garry Kvistad) Mallet Phase (2012)
Ragtime Xylophone Music Selections  
George Hamilton Green (1893 - 1970) 
(arr. Bob Becker)
Caprice Valsant (1927)
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)
(arr.Ford T. Dabney and Yurika Kimura)
Castle Valse Classique (originally titled Humoresque)(1894)
George Hamilton Green (arr. Bob Becker) Just A Kiss From You  (1921)
George Hamilton Green and Victor Arden 
(arr. Bill Cahn)
Dotty Dimples (1921)

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