Results for "Kyle Bruckmann"
Oboist and composer/performer KYLE BRUCKMANN's creative work extends from a traditional Western classical foundation into genre-bending gray areas encompassing free jazz, electronic music and post-punk rock. He has worked with the San Francisco Symphony and most of the Bay Area’s regional orchestras while remaining active within an international community of improvisers and sound artists, appearing on more the 60 recordings - including nine full albums as soloist or bandleader. His ensemble affiliations include the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Splinter Reeds, Quinteto Latino, Eco Ensemble, the Stockton Symphony, and acclaimed new music collective sfSound
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by Giuseppe Segala
Diceva Luciano Berio nel 1974, a proposito della ricerca di analogie specifiche" tra linguaggio verbale e musica, che proprio questo tipo di ricerca è un altro modo di vivere una delle condizioni più reali e permanenti della musica, che è quella di rincorrere senza sosta un'utopia di linguaggio," per scoprire nuove e provvisorie relazioni tra suono ...
by Mark Corroto
If you own a copy of the original Saxophone Special (Emanem, 1975), flip the LP over to view a photocopy of Steve Lacy's original notebook (with spiral binding) score of the compositions Staples," Swishes," and Snaps." This is all music he performed at Wigmore Hall in London in December 1974 in a saxophone quartet that included ...
by Troy Collins
Considering the quantity of recordings released in a year's time, attempting to compile an end of the year list mentioning every first-rate session would be difficult at best. The ten titles included below are among the most exceptional new jazz albums I've heard in 2014. Kyle Bruckmann's Wrack ...Awaits Silent Tristero's Empire ...
by Eyal Hareuveni
Composer, ethnomusicologist, educator and saxophonist Andrew Raffo Dewar studied and worked with some of the most forward-thinking and innovative musicians and composers such as Steve Lacy, Anthony Braxton, Bill Dixon and Alvin Lucier. So it is only natural that his work expands on their compositional ideas and focuses on invented forms, experimenting with new sounds and ...
by Alberto Bazzurro
Quarantatre anni, un po' chicagoano e un po' californiano, Kyle Bruckmann conferma in questo suo nuovo lavoro quanto sia per lui irrinunciabile tenere il piede in più scarpe. A suo tempo intruppato come fisarmonicista e tastierista in una sgangherata rock band" (la definizione non è nostra) come i Lozenge, Bruckmann se n'è poi venuto fuori -fra ...
by Troy Collins
...Awaits Silent Tristero's Empire is an epic four-part suite based on the fictitious songs found scattered throughout celebrated author Thomas Pynchon's early novels V., The Crying of Lot 49, and Gravity's Rainbow. Oboist Kyle Bruckmann conceived this post-modern musical phantasmagoria" as the first long-form composition written for Wrack, his experimental chamber jazz ensemble, employing an expanded ...