Pianist Steve Cohn has performed his own works in venues including New York City’s Miller Theatre, New Works October Series, the Newport JVC Festival, Sweet Basil, The Great American Music Hall, NORVA Performance Hall, Norfolk Virginia, Puffin Cultural Arts Forum, and performed and recorded many times in Chicago, Detroit, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, on WBGO-FM, WFDU, WKCR, KJAZ, WNUR, WBUR, KPOO, and Stanford University radio.

Bassist Larry Roland has performed at parks, street corners, outdoor theaters and private living rooms. He toured throughout the Northeastern part of the US, New Orleans, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Roland has recited his poetry at Harvard University, Boston University, MIT, Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art, the Vision Festival in New York and at many other schools, festivals, and events in and around the northeast and Canada.

Drummer Chuck Fertal performed with a panoply of stellar jazz artists throughout the US.   Fertal has been on radio for WBUR-FM (BOSTON), WERS-FM (BOSTON), WBAI-FM (NY), WBGO-FM (NEWARK). He toured Sun Valley, Idaho, Great American Music Hall (San Francisco), Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society (San Francisco), Cooper Union (NYC), Sweet Basil, Village Vanguard, 7th Avenue South, Blue Note, Tin Palace and Lincoln Center, all in NYC, New Orleans, military tours through Corpus Christi, Texas, Biloxi, Mississippi, Atlanta, Georgia, and Montgomery, Alabama.

Reed player Michael Moss has been leading groups that have performed in multiple colleges and universities on the East Coast and Mid-West, curated and promoted seven Westbeth Music Festivals from 2007-2013, and collaborated with other jazz lofts in NYC as President of Free Life Communication, a musicians cooperative in New York City, producing two Loft Jazz Music Festivals in the ‘70s. He presented three Loft in the Sky Music Festivals in upstate New York for Art Awareness in the ‘70s, and was on the Board of Directors of the Madison Musicians Cooperative in Madison, Wisconsin in the ‘80s at the same time he was in the University of Wisconsin—Madison Ph.D. program in the Counseling Psychology Department; Moss was graduated with a Ph.D. in 1991. Radio appearances: WKCR-FM, WBAI-FM and WNYC-FM in New York City, WMFM-FM, WORT-FM and WHA-FM in Madison, WI, WLAV-FM in Grand Rapids, MI and others. Moss appeared in the Annual Westbeth Music Festival (NYC) 2007-2013, PS 122 (NYC), Philadelphia Fringe Festival 2005 & 2006, and in the Fishtastacon Music Festival 2005 & 2006 (Philadelphia). As part of a tour sponsored by Pro Helvetia–a Swiss foundation, Moss played the Swiss Embassy (Washington, D.C.), Convergence Centre (Philadelphia), the Swiss Institute in NYC, and at Piano Magic in NYC. As President of Free Life Communication, Inc., a NYC musicians cooperative, Moss coordinated with other NYC jazz lofts including Studio Rivbea, Environ, Space for Innovative Development, Sunrise Studio, The Brook, Jazzmania, and Studio WE in the First and Second New York Jazz Loft Celebrations. Moss has led groups in the New York Musicians Jazz Festival, Isthmus Jazz Festival (Madison, WI), the Jazz and Blues Festival at Grand Valley State College (Michigan), Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY), SUNY at Stony Brook opposite Anthony Braxton, the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and at Northeastern Illinois University (Chicago).

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