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photo by Brandon Potter

Originally composed for the Delaware Art Museum, Lady Bug Cathedral was a 5 hour piece of bowed guitar.

photo by Sarah King

The piece has been performed a few times and has expanded to include Bass Clarinet and Clarinet.

CC Ryder

There was even a reed section at the last gig.

Photo by Lauren Embree

This will be the second time Lady Bug Cathedral will be performed indoors.

Songs Like Paper

A 42 minute piece of bowed guitar by Craig Colorusso is now streaming on your favorite platform: HERE.

Below is a taste…

Photo by Mark Savoia

Sun Boxes in Boynton Beach Florida

Sun Boxes participated in the 4th Biennial International Kinetic Art Exhibit.

February 3 and 4th I was in Boynton Beach talking to lots of great people. There were great artists only a few feet away.

Like my buddy Anthony Castronovo, who collaborated with the delightful Eleonora Nicoletti for Solar Shimmer.





Anthony and I even had some time to play a little pinball.

Sound + Light in Quincy, IL

September 28, 2018 to November 2, 2018 CUBEMUSIC and INSTALL were presented at Quincy Art Center while Sun Boxes toured the city.

I met a ton of very cool people.

They even fed me great Italian Food.

There were Cameras

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Looking forward to my return to Quincy.

PI

Using Bass Clarinet and Bb Clarinet it plays a pattern of notes using the Number PI

This is a 20 second sample.  The whole piece can be heard in the app link above on the left.

Or you can stream one of two 9 minute excerpts at your favorite site:

SPOTIFY           APPLE           TIDAL          DEEZER           YOUTUBE

The number PI is very seductive. The idea of a number that continues forever is very appealing. It makes me think about my breath. It is taken for granted but I will breathe everyday for the rest of my life. A breath every few seconds or so.  What a great way to acknowledge the beauty of PI. Using my own breath with a Bass Clarinet and Clarinet to play a piece that lasts forever. A few minutes of PI presents itself as a hodgepodge of notes that over time this quickly turns into a wash of soothing sounds to dip into.

I like systems.

I like evolution.

I like forever.

I like numbers.

I like impossible.