Saturday, November 21, 2020, 7:00 pm

Salem Access TV, 285 Derby St. #2, Salem, MA



(Boston, MA)

Greg Kelley began studying the trumpet at age 10. He attended the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, where in addition to studying the Conservatory curriculum, he immersed himself in a deep study of avant-garde and experimental music, eventually coming to the conclusion that his musical focus fell outside of the academic sphere. After his studies, Kelley moved back to his native Massachusetts, quickly insinuated himself into the local avant-garde circles and soon commenced a period of intense travel and collaboration, bringing him throughout North America, Europe, Japan, Argentina & Mexico. In 2020, he relocated back to the greater Boston area after spending 6 years in Seattle.

He has appeared on over 100 recordings as a member of Nmperign (with Bhob Rainey), Heathen Shame (with Wayne Rogers & Kate Village of Major Stars), Cold Bleak Heat (with Paul Flaherty, Chris Corsano & Matt Heyner) and Hound Dog Taylor's Hand (with Jeffery Taylor, John Seman & Mark Ostrowski) and has collaborated with Jandek, Keiji Haino, Donald Miller (Borbetomagus), Lori Goldston, Anthony Braxton, Kevin Drumm, Christian Wolff, Pauline Oliveros, Joe McPhee and Lionel Marchetti, among others. In addition to playing the trumpet, Kelley has also recorded music using electronics and musique concrete elements, sometimes utilizing trumpet based sound sources, other times not.


(Greenfield, MA)

photo credit: Gabriel C. Herbertson

Jenifer Gelineau of Greenfield, MA explores timbres and textures through the traditional and nontraditional interactions between acoustic, electronic, percussive, and bowed instruments to create a dreamlike (or nightmarish) auditory experience. In addition to her solo work, she has a number of collaborative projects, including Donkey No No (with Omeed Goodarzi and Ted Lee), MoNsTaRs (with Willie Gussin),  Phurnne (with Stephanie Germaine and Andrea Pensado) among others.