The Meltdown Incentive: Everything Is In Fall Bloom; a 2nd Sunday Concert at the New School of Music
October 14, 2012
The Meltdown Incentive: Everything Is In Fall Bloom
A 2nd Sunday Concert at the New School of Music
It's an unorthodox music program, fun for the family, showcasing talents of renowned musicians of all backgrounds. The musical performance will improv from respected poets, haiku, sections of stories, craigslist ads,recipes and more with themes based around fall and New England.
Expert improvisers as well as interpreters of contemporary concert music, The Meltdown Incentive has performed at a range of venues and events that represents the diversity of their artistic vision. In addition to solo shows at a variety of spaces throughout the Boston area, they have also collaborated with poets, visual artists, and other ensembles at events sponsored by Northeastern University, Wheaton College, Longy School of Music, Andover-Newton Theological School, and Eastern Nazarene College. In 2010, TMI presented a joint concert with Amsterdam’s internationally- acclaimed duo Rare Degree, and also performed a children’s show to a packed house in Boston to rave reviews. They are currently working on an album.
“"The TMI improvisations hewed closely to the texts, the voice often given to reminders of Pierrot-style Sprechstimme and the music with frequently bent pitches, long wails and percussive effects on and around the electric bass (placed horizontally on its back) and giving sometimes the impression of 1950s cool jazz....the performances were all high quality." classical-scene.com”
Date: Sunday, October 14, 2012
Admission: $12/Adults, $6/seniors & children; online at http://themeltdownincentiveatnsm.brownpapertickets.com/ or at the door the evening of the concert
Location: New School of Music, 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
MBTA: Redline to Harvard Square; Bus 71 or 73 to the Mount Auburn Hospital stop
Contact: NSM office at 617-492-8105, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.newschoolofmusic.org
For more about the musicians:
Sara Bielanski - vocalist www.sarabielanski.com
Delvyn Case - keyboards www.delvyncase.com
Ed Broms - bass, percussion, and sounds www.edbroms.com
Todd Brunel - clarinets www.clarinetconspiracy.com
More about the Concert Series:
The 2nd Sunday Concert Series is a showcase for the talents of New School’s performing artists and local guest musicians. The concert series offers the community an opportunity to experience a wide spectrum of music, including classical, jazz, pop and folk in the intimate setting of our 1883 wooden school house. We invite the community to sit back, relax and join us for this delightful concert series. A full concert schedule and additional information about the musicians and the New School of Music can be found at http://newschoolofmusic.org/2ndsundayconcerts.html.