Resonant Motion. Resonant Motion is a record label, a place for visual artists, for writers, for performance artists, and for collaborations. Noah is artistic director and the producer of Jazz Up Close, a series of concerts presented in the Hubbard Room of the Russell Library, 123 Broad Street in Middletown. Now in its fifth season, the series has brought world-renowned artists to perform, talk about their work, and to answer questions from the audience. It's a win-win situation in that the musicians and composers can explain the impetus to create their works and the audience members get to understand what goes into the creative process. The artists usually are joined by the pianist/curator along with his longtime collaborator, bassist Henry Lugo.
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The program starts at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Bring open ears and a curious mind; Jazz Up Close will do the rest.
Here's one of the audio clips and the musical story that follows:
While you're at it, check out the bass clarinetist's website @ toddmarcusjazz.com.
Check out his nine-piece Jazz Orchestra (this video is from 2013):