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Thursday, April 17th 2008 - 8pm

- the Coup d’etat music series -

an evening of solo saxophone performances
Bhob Rainey
Dave Gross(gdg)
Josh Jefferson


Bhob Rainey's music has become a model in the world of experimental sound. He is the founder of both nmperign (with trumpeter Greg Kelley) and the BSC, which he also directs. Collaborations with musicians such as Ralf Wehowsky, Le Quan Ninh, Gunter Mueller, and Lionel Marchetti, dancers Nicole Bindler and Yukiko Nakamura, and filmmakers Loren Boyer, Harvey Benschoter, and William Pisarri highlight Rainey's broad experience and outline a complex body of work that continues to expand and surprise. His music occupies a charged space between synthetic and organic sound, bringing forth improbable sensual and narrative experiences through virtuosic extended techniques, homemade synths and sound processors, found recordings, and a kind of living silence that is apt to wreak havoc with the perception of time.
bhobrainey.net



Dave Gross (gdg)
Called "One of Boston's steadfast explorers," by the Boston Globe, saxophonist David Gross has been performing for more than a decade. Among a slew of others whose names are perhaps not as recognizable, Mr.Gross has performed with Phil Minton, Eddie Prevost, Steve Roden, John Olson, Gino Robair, Martin Tetreault, Tom Carter, Glenn Spearman, Raphe Malik and many members of the Boston free-improv scene including Bhob Rainey, Greg Kelley, and Laurence Cook. Currently, Gross is transforming the saxophone into exactly what it is: a metal tube with keys, mouthpiece, and a reed.
gdgsite.com


Josh Jefferson
i am a collage artist and i also play alto sax and bass clarinet. i started playing improv, free music in 2001. since then i have been focusing on more extended techniques and abstract sounds...the more improv music i play the more abstract and exploratory i want to become...
myspace.com/joshuacletusjefferson
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