Even when the art we make is sacred, we artists are still just regular people. And we have been for generations. In anticipation of our concert at the Rubin MuseumContinue readingAnyWhen Ensemble at the Rubin Museum: The Path Leads Here
The word premiere of Sidney Marquez Boquiren’s Pax vobiscum on our concert tonight at the San Francisco Center for New Music makes this a special landmark for the group. ThisContinue readingA Hoping for Peace: Pax vobiscum
The castles of sound that we musicians build always fade away at the end of the concert, but at least we don’t have to worry about them crashing down inContinue readingGalloping Gertie: Telling the story of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge
Peter Monaghan offered a beautiful preview of our February 1 performance at Cornish College: Among successful mergers (of jazz and chamber music), we can now count the AnyWhen Ensemble, aContinue readingWonderful Preview of our 2.1.13 Cornish College Performance
After our recent tour and the release of Rivers Music, the AnyWhen Ensemble has received some good press in the web and print media.
We recorded the first installment of what will become a series of EP recordings by the AnyWhen Ensemble, beginning with “Rivers Music”. Check the last entry in this blog forContinue reading“Rivers Music” Recording Session
My chamber-jazz ensemble, Douglas Detrick’s AnyWhen Ensemble, will be embarking on a special group of performances in New York City and in Portland, Salem and Eugene, Oregon. We’re very excitedContinue readingAnyWhen Ensemble: NYC and OR Tour Dates