Douglas Detrick interviews violinist Mazz Swift
. She discusses the formation of her collective string trio, Hear in Now, as well as her transformation from a classical musician to an improviser.
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Douglas Detrick reviews Unison, vocalist Maria Neckam's latest release on Sunnyside Records. The album features music inspired by the poets Hafez, Rilke, and Neruda.
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Jonathan Lindhorst spent the evening of May 11th, 2012, checking out Seeds::Brooklyn, a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) venue in Prospect Heights curated by saxophonist Ohad Talmor. The event was part of the 2012 Undead Music Festival, which dubbed the evening "The Night of the DIY" to help draw attention to the many DIY venues popping up in New York City.
Read the review of the concert, which featured sets by Jacob Garchik, Miles Okazaki, Dan Weiss, Ohad Talmor, Greg Heffernan, and Jacob Sacks.
Douglas Detrick reviews Hear in Now
, the debut record by the cross-genre, improvising string trio of the same name. The trio is made up of violinist and vocalist Mazz Swift, cellist Tomeka Reid, and bassist Silvia Bolognesi.
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