Performers – D

Performers listed alphabetically by first name.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Dan Adam


Daniel Lawrence


Daniel Sine

Expressionist/noise. (Hartford CT)

leclipsenue.com


Darek Beckvold


Darrin Martin


Dave Grollman

Percussionist performing freely improvised music. He performs in art galleries, tiki bars, and venues of curious ambiance made more curious by his mongrel sounds. David bows, scrapes, blows, slaps, rubs, caresses, abuses and generally tests the limits of his instrument. Anything is game. Anything may be a participant if the musical conversation calls for it. Artist, instrument, audience, and environment become ambiguous terms, conspiring in a theatrical exploration of chance dynamics and serendipitous exchanges. (New York NY)

Jazz Right Now article


Dave Gross


Dave Miller

Drummer, improviser and educator with work spanning avant-garde, experimental and improvisational music. Significant projects include the Tzadik recording ensemble PET BOTTLE NINGEN with Nonoko Yoshida and David Scanlon; GSI Studio band KARL 2000 with Daniel Rovin and Austin White; and work with Martin Bisi. Miller’s work is based on acoustic drum and percussion aesthetics with predominantly improvisational performance ideology. Having spent a decade based in New York City (and residencies in Japan), Miller collaborates constantly with various musicians including Daniel Carter, David Schnug, Satoko Fujii, Chuck Bettis, Natsuki Tamura, Jonas Labhart, Balise Siwula, Ryan Clackner and Marco Cappelli. (New York City NY)

davemillerdrums.wordpress.com

Bandcamp


Dave Robinson


Dave Ross


Dave Seidel


David Douglas Dion


David Drucker

He’s one of the New York guys, right. (New York NY)

FaceBook, Painted Faces FB


Dave Dugas Dion


David Johnston


David Kontak

Original instruments from unexpected everyday materials. (Concord NH)

kontakcreative.com


Dave Linton


David Russel


David Shane Smith


David Tamura


Degan Clinton


Dei Xhrist

Vocal stylist. (Manchester NH)

deixhrist.wordpress.com


Denise Townsend


Darek Bekvold


Derek Fenner


Devin Waldman


Dez Dicarlo

Experimental, electronic, ambient, sonic, noise, psych, punk, space music. (Cambridge MA)

Bandcamp.com


DIANA KINSCHERF

Drums. (New York City NY)

Interview in Audiofemme; Discogs


Diana Yourke

Multi-disciplinary artist with a background in all modes of expression, music (singing and instrumental), dance/movement, theater, spoken word, and visual art. (Andover MA)

Youtube


Dirk Adams

Dirk Adams works with sound in a variety of ways. Much of his live electronic work is informed by his experience in Gang Clan Mafia, employing improvised techniques to coax morphologically fluid timbres and sonic signifiers from layers of loops, beats, and voice. In recent years, he has explored a personal style of synthesis involving a misuse of Protools.

breathmarks.templeofmessages.com


Donald O’Finn


Doug Van Nort


Dr. T / Emile Tobenfeld

Movement and video. (Cambridge MA)

foryourhead.com; YouTube


Duane Ingalls

Musician, instructor & artist operating out of Machias ME and parts south. Member and founder of music-centered acts Les Trois Etoiles, The Fieldguides, The Crows, and a few other ensembles. He’s worked/played on both US coasts with various music, theatre, and intermedia projects including performances with Joel Chadbourne, N B Aldrich, Eugene Chadbourne, Pauline Oliveros, Jaap Blonk and If, BWANA. (Machias ME)

Youtube


Dubravka Bencic

Soundscape Design & Piano Musings. As a Postmodernist Classical Composer, Improvisational Pianist & Experiential Performance Curator, Dubravka Bencic is dedicated to transmuting states of being through artistic expression. Her compositions venture into a myriad of shapes and forms during each performance, taking the audience through a panoply of soundscapes. The style she refers to as “piano dancing” is a dynamic interlace of rhythm and sound, resonating the ineffable. By designing and directing collaborative multi-disciplinary events, Dubravka aspires to integrate artistic communities via cross-pollination of genres, and thus bring about a sense of cultural wholeness. This notion of community building also translates into a multitude of musical collaborations with electronic, experimental and acoustic musicians, as well as with artists of various disciplines. (Pittsburgh PA)

dubravkabencic.com/dbpiano; FaceBook


Dustin Carlson


Dylan Clark


Dylan Sherry

Saxophonist and wind player well versed in free improvisation with a background in jazz. I’m part of several experimental and free projects, have some contemporary classical experience, and am also part of a few more straight-ahead groups in the jazz / folk / funk space. (Brooklyn NY)

dylansherry.com