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Great new review for “States of Transmigration”

Great new review for “States of Transmigration”

One of the more prominent music bloggers have recently reviewed my album “States of Transmigration”. I highly recommend checking out Gapplegate Music Review website for multiple reviews of new music, jazz, improvised and classical recordings. When a classically-trained pianist turns to improvisation, one can expect something…

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Review: Contractions (Red One Theatre Collective) | Mooney on Theatre

Review: Contractions (Red One Theatre Collective) | Mooney on Theatre

Contractions, at Toronto’s Storefront, is absurd, oppressive, touching, and very, very important

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TENMC at Array Space: great music in a wonderful place – what’s not to like?

TENMC at Array Space: great music in a wonderful place – what’s not to like?

What do you get when you put together a group of wonderfully talented musicians, great and receptive audience and a venue brimming with creativity? Thin Edge New Music Collective‘s second concert for the 2013/2014 season under the title Unusual Spectrum III.  First things first. The concert…

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dirty butterfly and the music of the street language

dirty butterfly and the music of the street language

the info: dirty butterfly by debbie tucker green bound to create theatre october 30 – november 17 2013 aki studio theatre | daniels spectrum | 585 dundas street east, toronto  the details: My first foray into watching (and hopefully participating as a composer in) live…

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Zane Merritt: Passionate guitar playing and other niceties – an evening at Pausa Art House

Zane Merritt: Passionate guitar playing and other niceties – an evening at Pausa Art House

 days ago I did manage to visit a cosy and very cool place in Buffalo. Pausa Art House is quickly becoming a home for great concerts, exhibitions and literary readings, not to mention the wine tasting evenings that owner Jon Nelson and his charming wife Lázara Nelson are…

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