GoBruCcio present Stephen Haynes at Best Video Thurs., Mar. 10

The free improvisation trio GoBruCcio play Best Video Film & Cultural Center on Thurs., Mar. 10. The show starts at 7 PM. The show will also feature the renowned trumpeter Stephen Haynes. The cover is $10.

This is an indoor show so attendance is 30 max. Proof of vaccination is required to enter and masks are required.

The trio of guitarist Bob Gorry, bassist Pete Brunelli, and drummer Peter Riccio create dynamic and consistently intriguing free improvisations as GoBruCcio. The three long-time musical friends perform spontaneous interplay that takes the music in unexpected directions while offering listeners plenty of variety and surprises.

They draw from their wide variety of musical experiences to construct a consistently intriguing and colorful set of unpredictable yet satisfying music. Their music progresses through varied movements with one player often taking the lead, the others following and building on his ideas, and then shifting gears to take the group improvisation in a surprisingly different direction. Their debut album, GoBruCcio, will be released this fall. http://music.nhic-records.com/

Stephen Haynes is an improviser, arts organizer and recording artist. His practice ranges from small groups to large orchestras with a focus on working directly with composers in the development of new music. His work is featured on Pillars, Tyshawn Sorey’s groundbreaking work for octet released on Firehouse 12 Records. He is also a founding member of Adam Rudolph’s East Coast version of Go: Organic Orchestra.

Haynes’ primary focus – since 2013 – has been the cornet. He performs on Schilke XA1 Shepherds Crook and Eb Soprano cornets as well as the new 1040-FLS flugelhorn. Across all of his instruments, he relies upon a set of custom-designed Schilke mouthpieces.

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