Rob's upcoming shows, news, and insider info for September 2014
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Rob's Upcoming Shows

September 2014

9/04/14 Solo Set at First Thursdays JP (Jamaica Plain, MA)
9/06/14 Solo Set on the trolley for JP Music Festival (Jamaica Plain, MA)
9/20/14 with Michael Tarbox at One Longfellow Square (Portland, ME)
9/27/14 with Ardigan at Fish Fry 2 (Boston, MA)

Early this month I will do two solo performances in Jamaica Plain: one featuring new songs and several instruments (First Thursdays), and another of just violin (on the trolley at JP Music Festival, departing from Pinebank at 5 pm).

Mid-month marks the return of shows with the inimitable Michael Tarbox! Doing a show in Portland on the 20th. We'll be performing together all over New England this fall and winter, so stay tuned for when we're in your area.

Finally, the end of the month marks the return of shows with Ardigan, a band where I get to sing more than in any other context (most of our set is songs I'm writing). Check us out on Facebook where you can sign up for the Ardigan mailing list, or on Soundcloud. You'll need to follow us on Facebook for the event information on this show, since the location may or may not be secret...

Other News


Now you can stream and download my new album in collaboration with Rajesh Bhandari, available now only at BandCamp. If you want a physical copy, come see me live! (If you have ideas for booking this duo in your town, please reply to this newsletter.)

Bates "Musicians Concert" Available Online

Raj and I met at the Bates Dance Festival nearly five years ago. Every year the "Musicians Concert" is a highlight of the festival, and a fun collaborative effort among dance musicians. Now you can stream the 2014 Musicians Concert, featuring myself and seven other musicians from the Bates Dance Festival (including Rajesh Bhandari!) on the BDF Vimeo Pro page. Rent or download in hi-def. Check it out here:

Bonus Video (Mailing List Only): "Wondrous Numbers"

Now a special treat for those of you signed up here: a video from a concert at New England Conservatory held last March (Pi Day, 3/14, to be exact):
It's hard to see the slides behind us, but see if you can figure out where the sequences "1, 4 ,2, 1"; "5, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1"; "3, 10, 5, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1"; and "7, 22, 11, 34, 17, 52, 26, 13, 40, 20, 10, 5, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1" fit into the song.

For more information on that concert, the Music-In-Education Department at NEC, or for videos of the rest of the show, please click here.
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