Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From Keep Albany Boring: The question is asked, “What are some good and active local bands?”

From All Over Albany: A nice photo array of the “Play Me, I’m Yours” pianos that are featured throughout downtown Albany as this summer’s Sculpture in the City project.

From Hudson Sounds: A preview of Albany’s new classical vocal ensemble Auriel Camerata, who are making their concert debut on Saturday (June 14).

From Perfect Sound Forever: Meanwhile, Kevin Cowl flashes back and reminisces about “the golden age of Albany’s music scene from about 1980-84.”

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy reviews last week’s Autumn Defense concert at Club Helsinki in Hudson.

From Upstate Live: Tabitha Clancy interviews the Chronicles’ Bryan Brundige about Grandma’s Studio, his new recording studio/performance space at the Albany Barn.

From 518 Music Hub: Dan Barner poses “10 Questions” to Joe Kulewicz of Skeeter Creek, who recently played big shows on both the Times Union Center and the Empire State Plaza.

From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos reports on the 29-voice Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus, who have earned a spot to compete in the Harmony Classic at the Sweet Adelines International Competition to be held in Las Vegas in the fall of 2015.

From Dpt.: Check out some video of “Parade,” a pretty cool little interactive art installation by Dpt. and Laurent Craste that animates the inanimate…

1 Comment
  1. Normando says

    That Perfect Sound Forever piece is really good. One thing that I think gets overlooked about the Hudson Rock album was its presentation – great artwork, great cover photo (I’m biased), and a really nice layout. It looked as good as it sounded.

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