May16

Beyond Group Third Sunday Jazz

Zoom concert

Cheryl Pyle - C flute, alto flute Haruna Fukazawa - C flute Judi Silvano - voice Gene Coleman - piccolo, bass flute Sam Newsome - soprano saxophone Michael Eaton - tenor saxophone Claire de Brunner - bassoon

Jun20

Beyond Group Third Sunday Jazz

Zoom concert

Cheryl Pyle - C flute, alto flute Haruna Fukazawa - C flute Judi Silvano - voice Gene Coleman - piccolo, bass flute Sam Newsome - soprano saxophone Michael Eaton - tenor saxophone Claire de Brunner - bassoon

Individuation at Church Street School livestream, April 15

Out now! 'The Maximal Effect' on Mother Brain Records!

The second studio album from Symbiotique duo is here!  The Maximal effect is the second release of saxophonist Michael Eaton and guitarist/producer Seth Andrew Davis for the Kansas City-based Mother Brain Records.  Inspired by the idea of maximalism plus expressionist art, each track is a spontaneous improvisation, with Eaton's winds processed live and in post production by Davis in Ableton Live.  The effect yields a step forward for the duo in concept and originality.

With gorgeous original art by Susanne Hoeg Butcher, vivid photographs by Monty Davis, and crisp design from Austin Glassco, The Maximal Effect rewards close listening or even enjoyment as a piece of visual art.  Digital files are available now, and limited edition CDs will ship by May 1.  

Out now! The Work of This Moment (Mother Brain Records)

The Work of This Moment

Michael Eaton and Brad Whiteley

Brad Whiteley and Michael Eaton began their musical relationship in Bloomington, Indiana in 2005. After relocating to New York City to pursue music careers, they resumed playing duo as well as in the quartet Individuation.

Whiteley can be heard on Eaton's two albums for Destiny Records, "Individuation" (2014) and "Dialogical" (2019), and Eaton can be heard on Whiteley's quintet album "Presence" (2019), also on Destiny.

This album documents their duo rapport for the first time in a studio setting.
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Brad Whiteley and Michael Eaton began their musical relationship in Bloomington, Indiana in 2004. After relocating to New York City to pursue music careers, they resumed playing as a duo as well as collaborating in Eaton's quartet Individuation.

Whiteley can be heard on Eaton's two albums for Destiny Records, "Individuation" (2014) and "Dialogical" (2019), and Eaton can be heard on Whiteley's quintet album "Presence" (2019), also on Destiny.

This album documents their duo rapport for the first time in a studio setting.

Three Tenors at Rockwood

2017 Midwest Minitour

Scott Yanow reviews Individuation

Spectrum NYC, 11/5: Tenth Intervention + Beyond Quintet Double Bill!

Tenth Intervention at The Greene Space - 40th Anniversary of the Golden Record!