New York's delicious improv chamber trio: Sasha Zamler-Carhart (voice), Charlie Rauh (electric guitar), Jesse Greenberg (glockenspiel). We compose music in real time on poetry. We have a special bond with medieval literature: the troubadours, Byzantine kontakia, Dante, and Christine de Pizan. We perform in medieval gothic churches, hipster Brooklyn galleries, Belgian underground clubs, fancy Manhattan concert halls, French house shows, and wherever people like beautiful music and poetry.
Contemporary Opera and Song Cycles
"I Screwed Up The Future" (by Jason Cady)
A 2016 video opera by composer Jason Cady about traveling back in time to prevent Y2K. Female vocals by Katie Eastburn.
"Empty, Blank, Perfect" (by Andrew Noseworthy)
A 2016 song cycle by composer Andrew Noseworthy. Georgia Mills, piano and electric keyboard.
"The Captives" (by Jason Cady)
A 2016 opera by composer Jason Cady about aliens breeding humans in captivity.
Recorded in Stockholm in 2017. (Electronics J. Runnels, texts A. Kuznetsov).
Improvisation on Fauré songs with Jean Kapsa (piano): "Clair de lune" and "Ici bas".
Medieval Music with the Ascoli Ensemble
Fröleichen so well wir (Oswald von Wolkenstein)
A song in middle high German by 15th-century Austrian composer and poet Oswald von Wolkenstein. Recorded in Ascoli Piceno (Italy) in 2009.
Ad te mens consurgat rei (anonymous)
An anonymous 15th-century religious song in Latin from MS. Munich 716, of Southern German provenance. Recorded in Warsaw (Poland) in 2017