Spring has already sprung here in New England, though it's been a bit colder again this week. But it seems fairly unlikely that any of my gigs this month will be snowed out (hopefully not famous last words!)
In addition to two Ginger Ibex shows, I have been given the privilege of appearing as an auxiliary member of Boston "Steamcrunk" band Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys for three shows during the upcoming run of their original apocalyptic, sci-fi, steampunk musical play 28 Seeds - I will be substituting for their awesome violist Rachel Jayson for the Sunday matinee performances! See a trailer for the musical here.
All the details:
- Thursday April 12 - Somerville MA
345 Somerville Ave (Union Sq)
Facebook Event listing
9pm - Steve Walther Orchestra, 10:30pm - Axemunkee, 11:30pm - Ginger Ibex
- Saturday April 21 - Cambridge Ma
Reach Out: a fundraiser for the Creative Arts Program at Dana-Farber Cancer institute
New School of Music
25 Lowell St (near Mt. Auburn Hospital)
6:30-9:30pm, admission $10 if RSVP to Facebook event by April 15th, or $15 at the door (cash or check to "Dana-Farber Cancer Institute")
Join us for an evening of art, live music, and wine.Featuring - new artwork by Melanie Maz; live music by Fusion String Ensemble, Ginger Ibex, Patrick Wheyland, Lauren Bateman, and Yani Batteau and The Styles; silent auction; wine reception, with desserts provided by Lyndell's Bakery (Cambridge), and food/beverages provided by Trader Joe's (Cambridge).
- Sunday April 22, April 29, and May 6 - Boston MA
Boston Center for the Arts - Plaza Theatre
539 Tremont St
All ages, $35 - tickets in advance here or call 617-933-8600
I will be playing viola for these three shows ONLY - there are also evening performances Thurs-Sat April 19 through May 12.
And for those of you not able to attend any of these performances, here's a new recording I just made featuring my latest musical acquisition, a steel tongued "tank" drum :-)