ensembles

Performances are live, in the moment.  No recorded tracks.  No two gigs are the same. 

what you get is what you see and hear from us only as we offer not-so-straight-ahead ensemble music, jazz and otherwise

we are nothing if not flexible in assembling folks to create together

here are some of the fabulous folks who join together to offer memorable, one-of-a-kind performances

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ALISON WEINER

Alison is an improvising musician. performing, teaching, facilitating, coaching. creator/caretaker of mahaloArts. degrees and careers in architecture and music. graduate of Music for People’s Musician and Leadership Program. began in NY, then NC, HI, FL, now back in a North Carolina community called Saxapahaw, a fabulous little place smack in between the Triangle and Triad regions, where music, the creative arts and sustainable living in general is vigorously intersecting. just getting warmed up. y’all come say hey, stay a spell. we’ll do our part to save the world.

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Robbie Link

Robbie loves all kinds of music and sharing music through performance and through teaching. It’s what he loves the most. Well, almost. There’s dark chocolate and cats and the beautiful woods of North Carolina and family and friends and so many other things but, music – that’s the thread that runs through it all.

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Beverly Botsford

Beverly is a cross-cultural percussionist and educator, blending music, movement, and spoken word in solo and ensemble presentations.  Embracing drumming traditions and inspirations of Africa, Cuba, South America and her native North Carolina, she weaves colorful rhythmic tapestries with her infinite array of collected and homemade instruments.