Sunday, November 6, 2016

Upcoming concerts and Secret Music events

Hi -

  There are some interesting upcoming concerts in the area, as well as some upcoming events on my Secret Music radio show, so I thought I'd update people. Hope you can attend/listen in. Thanks!


Centrozoon - Live at Quinn's in Beacon, Sunday, 11/13/2016, 8PM
  Centrozoon is an electronic music group from Europe featuring Bernhard Wostheinrich and Markus Reuter. Sometimes spacy, sometimes more experimental. They're celebrating their 20th anniversary by touring the northeast US. Opening for them will be local musician David Rothenberg. A rare event and a must see for electronic music fans. Here's a link:

Ben Neill & Mimi Goese -Live at the Towne Crier Cafe in Beacon, Thursday, 11/17/2016, 7:30 PM
  Ben Neill is a composer and inventor of the mutantrumpet, which has to be seen to be understood. Mimi Goese is a vocalist, most notably of the band Hugo Largo. This is a free performance entitled Fathom: Hudson River Data as Music. The music is based on real time data taken on the Hudson River. This should be an interesting show. Here's a link:

Paul Winter - Winter Solstice concert live at the Cathedral of St.John the Divine in NYC, 12/15, 12/16, and 12/17, 2016.
  This is the 37th Winter Solstice show that Paul Winter has produced at the Cathedral of St.John the Divine. I've been a few times, and it's a great show of music, dance and visuals in the largest cathedral in NYC. This concert will feature Gary Brooker (of Procul Harum fame) and is a tribute to George Martin, who produced Paul's Icarus album. I highly recommend this.  Here's a link:

Secret Music/WVKR Events:

Sunday, 11/20/2016 - Centrozoon performance live in studio. As noted above, this is well worth tuning in for. The performance should start about 11AM. Here's a link:

Sunday, 11/27/2016 - Paul Winter interview live in studio. I've been a fan of Paul's music since the beginning back in 1987, and I'm very excited to have the chance to meet him and talk to him. This is a rare event, and not to be missed.

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