A few words about the players.
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Paul McGuire - Soprano Sax,   Jeff Cedrone - Guitar,    Bob Gorry - Guitar,   Carl Testa - Bass / Bass Clarinet
Anne Rhodes - Voice,    Steve Zieminski - Drums / Percussion,    Gabriel Kastelle - Viola

Bob Gorry – From a rock, jazz and experimental music background, Bob has led NHIC through a conduction with Lawrence D. “Butch” Morris, a site specific long-form composition at the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, and a stream of new music at avant festivals and venues around New Haven. 

Carl Testa – A strong young composer and emerging voice on the bass, bass clarinet, and electronics. Carl currently plays bass with Anthony Braxton in his septet and 12+1tet and is featured on three of his latest CD releases.  He also runs the Uncertainty Music Series. Carl's debut CD as a leader, Uncertainty, which features his compositions for small clarinet ensembles, will be released in the fall.

Jeff Cedrone – Founder of the art rock trio Greylyng and a major contributor to the NHIC book.  Jeff also records eclectic rock and experimental film scores as Blacklight on Film.

Steve Zieminski – Active in progressive rock and jazz circles and a multi-percussionist.  Studies with tabla maestro Kumar Das.  Steve is an amazing drummer, colorist and composer. 

Paul McGuire - A New Haven fixture for many years playing reeds in jazz groups, djembe in percussion groups, and early winds in Renaissance and assorted folk styles.

Anne Rhodes –Has an opera and new music background and uses her extensive technique to serve the music.  Studied with Anthony Braxton, Neely Bruce and Alvin Lucier.  Working on a duo recording with Mr. Braxton.   A member of the new music duo Bruxism and a chorister with the Connecticut Opera.

Gabriel Kastelle – Current violinist with New Britain Symphony, Eastern Connecticut Symphony and other ensembles.  Also jams on the er-hu and has a rich history in improvised music and music theater in Long Island and Philadelphia.  Gabriel now runs his own Violin Training Gymnasium in New London.