Free Sources is a Boston-based music collective exploring fusion and free jazz with ever-changing levels of electronic influence. The collective was founded in 2016 by Henning (Finn) Rotstein (of Nobody’s Watching, Fen, and OHE), Angelo Fajardo (of Cmd+Opt), and Emery Mesich (of Messy M), after a joint decision to collaboratively investigate jazz through electronic means. From its challenging and complex compositions and arrangements to its plans to utilize live, generative software to compose segments of the performance on the spot, this new collective of young musicians attempts to find the common ground between expressive hedonism of punk and the academic coherence of jazz.
It's a time for heart sharing. Come peek through the keyhole of Bo's original songs into life untold and secrets unknown. Listen as the keys of the piano unlock haunting stories and hidden hopes in this powerful mix of singing, songwriting, and storytelling.
Eri Chichibu, a Japanese composer and pianist, and her group will perform her compositions and arrangements. Her songs are influenced by various kinds of music such as jazz, fusion, funk, rock, and classical.
This performance will feature original music composed by Carla Restivo, an alto saxophone player from Sicily, Italy. Her music lies in the middle between contemporary jazz, hip-hop, and Mediterranen sounds.