Tuesday, March 4th 7 PM Gretchen Jude and Arjun Mediratta present at Ma Series
The reception for Amy Reed’s solo show in the R. W. Witt Gallery, “In Between,” will be from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, February 13.
Picture by George Thomson. Sean Hale (Bass), Shawn Medeiros (Drums) and Amy Reed (Guitar). 12/17/13
Uncle Braxton + Phillip Greenlief Conducts Braxton’s Composition 255
Myles Boisen – guitar
John Shiurba – guitar
Boisen and Shiurba have been playing together as Uncle for nearly 20 years, exploring the sonic possibilities of the guitar that most players choose to ignore. For this concert they will incorporate the music of Anthony Braxton in the mix.
Phillip Greenlief Conducts Anthony Braxton’s Composition 255
Phillip Greenlief – conductor, alto saxophone
Joel Bremson – doublebass
Keith Cary – cello
Luis Albert Clifford Childers – trombone, euphonium, chromatic harmonica
Dax Compise – percussion
Tara Flandreau – violin
Michael Frost – viola
Joe Lasqo – piano
Christina Maradik-Symkowick – viola
Tim Onorato – electric bass
Tony Passarell – tenor saxophone
Amy Reed – electric guitar
special guest: Suzanne Thorpe, flute, processing, laptop
Phillip Greenlief will conduct Anthony Braxton’s Composition 255 (Ghost Trance Music) with (mostly) Sacramento musicians – after their stunning performance at this year’s 6th Annual In The Flow Festival in Sacramento. The composition will open up into a collage-style arrangement, featuring inserts of compositions by Pauline Oliveros, Phillip Greenlief, and Erik Satie.
The 6th Annual In The Flow Festival is here! a week of improvised and composed music in Sacramento, Ca!
I will be joining Phillip Greenlief’s Large ensemble-OrcheSperry
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
1815 19th Street – Sacramento
Bows & Arrows
6:30pm: Element Brass Band
7:30pm: Gentleman Surfer
8:30pm: Lovely Builders
9:30pm: Phillip Greenlief conducts Anthony Braxton’s Composition 255 – Performed by OrcheSperry