Anna Webber: Clockwise (CD Review)

Anna Webber Clockwise Pi Recordings (2019) Saxophonist/flutist/composer Anna Webber, a thirty-five-year-old who has already won a Guggenheim Fellowship and numerous other plaudits, makes her Pi Recordings debut with Clockwise.Joined by an estimable group of avant-jazz musicians – pianist Matt Mitchell, Jeremy Viner playing tenor saxophone and clarinet, trombonist Jacob Garchik, cellist Christopher Hoffman, bassist Chris Tordini, and percussionist Ches Smith-Webber plays tenor saxophone and fluteContinue reading “Anna Webber: Clockwise (CD Review)”

Blue Heron in New York (Concert Review)

Blue Heron: The Lost Music of Canterbury Music Before 1800 Corpus Christi Church February 10, 2019 Sequenza 21  By Christian Carey NEW YORK – On February 10th, the Boston-based early music ensemble Blue Heron made one of its regular appearances at the Music Before 1800 series at Corpus Christi Church in Morningside Heights. Directed byContinue reading “Blue Heron in New York (Concert Review)”