Some of you may know the prodigious Danielle Schwob as the string quartet arranger for my soon-to-be-released song “Post Toast.” Danielle is a true visionary, an absurdly young and accomplished, award-winning concert music composer who is – mark my words – going to play a prominent role in the gathering movement to gradually eradicate the foolish barriers standing in between concert music and popular music.
It is with unmitigated joy that I invite you to attend this, my first English-language concert in a long time to be held in the private room of the East Village’s SOLAS next Thursday at 7pm. I’ll be playing with some of my most beloved instrumental cohorts: Owen Wang on guitar, Valerie Kuehne on cello and Ace Salisbury on drums.
And just in case you thought the regime of genre would die hard, following me will be the excellent HOWL THEORY, a very young and beautiful concert percussion trio specializing in 20th century works and the ticklish and yummy
jazz group the Isaac Jaffe Quintet.