http://keithkirchoff.wix.com/originalgravity Aeronaut Brewing
14 Tyler Street
Somerville, Ma 02144
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Do you like music? Do you like awesome craft beer? How about listening to amazing new music while drinking amazing craft beer?
Comprised of four concerts a year, the Original Gravity Concert Series features the music of one local composer and pairs that music with beer brewed by a local brewery.
This concert is co-hosted by Keith Kirchoff and Aeronaut Brewery in Somerville, MA. which is in the brewery space – will be paired with various offerings from the Aeronaut team.
The next Original Gravity concert features the ensemble Transient Canvas, a Boston-based duo of Amy Advocat on clarinet and Matt Sharock on marimba. With a wildly eclectic program ranging from the quietly intense to the jovially raucus, Transient Canvas concerts offer audiences a broad range of musical styles presented in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. Since their founding in 2011, Transient Canvas has had the great honor of commissioning and premiering over 30 new works for their unique instrumentation from composers such as Marti Epstein, Curtis Hughes, John McDonald, Rudolf Rojahn, Osnat Netzer, Mu-Xuan Lin, and more. Their recording of Andy Vores' Fabrication 10: Itch, which was one of the first pieces of music written for the duo, appears on his latest CD "One Head", released in January 2013
Keith Kirchoff (Concert Curator) is a pianist, composer, and the Vice President of the Society for Electro Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS). Specializing on works which combine interactive electronics with solo piano, his Electro-Acoustic Piano tour has been presented in six countries. Keith is also an accomplished homebrewer and beer connoisseur, having travelled extensively in the US and abroad in search of the perfect pint.
Aeronaut Brewing Company is a craft brewery and urban farmhouse under one roof. Their team of brewers and scientists collaborate with New England farmers and food makers to drive the invention of craft beers and spur a renaissance of local victuals and industrial revitalization.