October 2010

October 31: Jason hosts the radio show as Carl Ludwig Hubsch, Wolter Wierbos, and Mathias Schubert perform for Alternating Currents Live at Woodland Pattern Book Center.

October 24: Music in memory of saxophonist/composer Marion Brown (1935-2010) (including music for solo saxophone and his “Poems for Piano” music as performed by Amina Claudine Myers). At 7:15 p.m., as an election eve special, we’ll listen to Campaign by Ferdinand Kriwet (tape music from 1972) . . . and at 8 p.m. our further preveiw of Longrun Development of the Universe (see below).

October 17: The music of Anne LeBaron along with our preview of the concert by Longrun Development of the Universe coming to Woodland Pattern Book Center on October 31st.

October 10: Our recording on Ernest Dawkins’ solo concert at Woodland Pattern last week with the first set at 7 p.m. and the second set at 8 p.m. We include in the broadcast some recordings by musicians mentioned by Ernest Dawkins in his introductory comments: Malachi Favors, Lester Bowie, and Fred Anderson.

October 3: I’ll be at Woodland Pattern Book Center for Ernest Dawkins’ solo concert as part of Alternating Currents Live. Jason hosts the studio show with special guest Chris Burns to talk about the Unruly Music Festival in Milwaukee next week.

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Alternating Currents on WMSE (91.7FM) in Milwaukee every Sunday night from 6 until 9 p.m. is a showcase for music that experiments both with form and sound, in other words, serious creative work from artists who challenge the concepts and shapes of modern music-making. Alternating Currents is about the adventure of sound as it surveys music of 20th and 21st centuries including modern classical music, contemporary open form free jazz, electroacoustic and electronic music, and freely improvised music.
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