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CANCELLED: Unrestricted, unrehearsed and creative music ala Free-Jazz
(Published: September 17, 2018)

CANCELLED: The Creative Music Series Presents
From New England, New York, Boston
Legends already and in the making:
"The Quartet"

Paul Flaherty (saxophones) Back after more than three years absence
"...Flaherty encapsulates the history of outlaw free improvising in New England..." -David Keenan (The Wire, The Scottish Sunday Herald). "Flaherty is an absolute monster... and a deep-rooted knowledge of jazz that can't resist making its presence felt." " - Dan Warburton (Paris Transatlantic).

Chris Corsano (drums/percussion) Back after more than three years absence
"The music in some ways ceases to be about the drums as we normally think of them, instead being a personally expressive vehicle that can mass rhythms or present a variety of singing and scraping tones". Clifford Allen, Tiny Mix Tapes.

Jeb Bishop (trombone) Raising the creative bar for the Boston area

Damon Smith (upright bass) A Boston virtuoso helping to surface Free-Jazz from obscurity

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