9/7 Sat 7pm $10 Color Field Fest @Freq | Bros.Grimm final show + double-album release

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!

This Saturday, 9/7 will mark the FINAL Brothers Grimm live show for the next couple of years as our beloved guitarist AJ Huckleberry Grimm will shortly head off to Extremadura, Spain.  Furthermore, this is the “double-album release show” of our two Shakespeare scores A Midsummer Night’s Dream [46 tracks 53’12” | w/ db pedersen – May, 2013 Strollers Theatre @ Bartell Theatre] & This Is Not Shakespeare’s MACBETH [37 tracks 94’50” | June, 2013 NoExit Performance] (preview both albums below!).   The Brothers Grimm set starts 7pm at the Frequency as part of the Color Field Festival for Contemporary Music.  We are ecstatic to be sharing the stage with Chicago’s Anubis Saxophone Quartet!

The Brothers Grimm invite you to celebrate the past few years of wonderful music making experiences in Madison with us at the Color Field Festival for Contemporary Music.  With the release of these two albums, let us gather to send off a most exceptional musician and dear friend to many, Huckleberry Grimm.

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Saturday, 9/7 Frequency  | $10

COLOR FIELD FESTIVAL FOR CONTEMPORARY MUSIC  9/4 ᗔ 9/7

7:00pm | Brothers Grimm (Mad)

8:00pm | Anubis Quartet (Chi)

” The Brothers Grimm open with a set of originals, followed by Anubis Quartet, playing adventurous new music for saxophone quartet including Rasch by Franco Donatoni, New York Counterpoint by Steve Reich, and a new work for saxophone quarter and soprano by Monte Weber. 

Color Field Festival also features guest artists TIGUE  percussion trio (NYC) & Clocks in Motion percussion ensemble (Mad)

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

This Is Not Shakespeare's MACBETH

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