Gallery 263 brings you an exciting evening with Boston-based multi-instrumentalist Wendy Eisenberg, New York-based trumpeter Joe Moffett, and New York-based saxophonist Nathaniel Morgan, who will blur the lines between contemporary music and performance art. Join us for a night brimming with improvisation and new sounds!
Doors 7:30 PM
ABOUT WENDY EISENBERG
Wendy Eisenberg is a guitarist, banjo-player, vocalist and electronic musician who negotiates the line between composition, improvisation, and noise. Using the languages of free jazz, new music, heavy metal and art song, her music sets to pose and expose the questions surrounding the human body in the world and the representational demands placed on it in artistic practice. More of her music can be found at birthinghips.bandcamp.com and soundcloud.com/wjeisenb.
ABOUT JOE MOFFETT AND NATHANIEL MORGAN
New York-based trumpeter and improviser Joe Moffett approaches his work with a keen interest in unconventional sounds and forms, collective composition, solo instrumental performance, and the intersection of words and music. He is involved in a number of projects including improv trio Earth Tongues and art song duo Twins of El Dorado. His material appears on Neither/Nor, Underwolf, Eh?, NotTwo, and Prom Night Records.
Saxophonist and composer Nathaniel Morgan has been an active participant in New York City’s improvised music scene for almost a decade. His current projects include Darkminster, Vavatican, Yolt and Jason Ajemian’s Folklords. Nathaniel is co-founder and member of the new music label Prom Night Records.