In the new Perfect Sound Forever, I talk with Gary Peters, author of Improvising Improvisation and The Philosophy of Improvisation, about some of the philosophical issues improvisation raises.
When Perfect Sound Forever asked me if I’d like to do an interview with friend and collaborator Cristiano Bocci, how could I say no? It’s now up with the latest issue.
Michael C. Heller, the author of the recent Loft Jazz: Improvising New York in the 1970s, joins me for a conversation in the current issue of Perfect Sound Forever. (My review of the book for Avant Music News is here.)
Part Two of my two-part conversation on the philosophy of silence with composer and improviser Mirio Cosottini has just appeared in Perfect Sound Forever. Part One can be found here.
In the new Perfect Sound Forever, Mirio Cosottini and I have a conversation about silence, sound and their relationships. Part One of a two-part series.
In the new Perfect Sound Forever, a review-essay on John Corbett’s A Listener’s Guide to Free Improvisation.
Bassoonist Dana Jessen and I talk about the bassoon, commissioning new work, and the relationship between composition and improvisation in the latest number of Perfect Sound Forever.