The Hand will be performing a recital of some of our favorite pieces at St. John’s Church in Greenwich Village, NYC. Come check out pieces by Jeremy Beck, Quinn Collins, Phillip Glass, Michael Gordon, Ingram Marshal, and Randy Woolf. Stay tuned for date/time info soon!
The Hand recently performed a recital in NYC at the Cell to a full-house. We premiered four new works: Self Portraits in Four Colors by Max Seigel, Incidents and Reflections by Ryan Carter, Bone Box by Randall Woolf, and Die Lärmtrompeten des Nichts by Christian Gentry. We were also joined by violinist Mary Rowell for performances
Will, Matt, and James recently joined dancer Heather Panikkar to premiere her solo dance piece “Darkness” at the Unidos Spring Series at The Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater over three performances. James composed a fantastic original score to accompany Heather’s dance and the piece was very well-received. We hope to continue to collaborate with Heather and
In early March, the quartet traveled down to Huntsville, AL and Albany, GA on a five-day tour to present two recitals for the Nativity Concert Series and the Wilson Chamber Music Series. We also performed a masterclass at the local high school in Albany. Some great BBQ and wonderful southern hospitality made for a very
The quartet recently traveled to Saranac, NY for a recording session and retreat at Hill and Hollow Music. After three intense days of 6-hour recording sessions, we successfully recorded 6 pieces which we hope to release soon. Two days after the recording session was done, we also performed a concert of some of the works
The Guidonian Hand welcomes trombonist Matt Melore as the newest member of the quartet. Matt is a busy freelancer in New York City and has performed with the Hand frequently during the past several years as a guest. We are thrilled to have him onboard as we move forward with some new and exciting projects.
In early November we performed for the Music for Autism Program at the Central Queens Y in Forrest Hills, NY. Joined by an audience of all ages, we played an interactive concert for autistic children, adults, and their families.
We are happy to have participated in the Northern Manhattan Alliance’s Uptown Arts Stroll. The stroll is an annual event featuring artists and musicians from Washington Heights and Inwood (the northern most neighborhoods of Manhattan). It is great to be part of such a vibrant community and it was nice to be able to walk to
At the end of May we were part of an amazing show presented by MADArt Creative at the Flamboyán Theater, CSV Cultural Center on New York’s lower east side. It was a multimedia event joining music, dance, and painting. The result was irresistible. Choreographer Lauren Camp created this video.
From MADArt’s website: Change is the essential process of all life forms. Inspired by the morphing nature of the waterfront, MADArt director Santino Lo built a water installation with ultraviolet light and fluorescent enhanced water. Based on the installation, resident choreographer Lauren Camp creates a dance piece with 6 dancers with music performed by America’s