Performers listed alphabetically by first name.
Classically-trained cellist Karen Langlie creates experimental soundscapes with her cello and an array of effects. In addition to her solo work as Wisteriax, she has performed with many Boston area artist including The Sob Sisters, The Beat Circus, Turkish Queen, Annette Farrington, and more. (Spencer MA)
Kat is a trombonist in the greater Boston area. (Melrose MA)
Singer of Guerilla Toss, Guardian of Watley the Dog. (Livingston Manor NY)
Katherine Liberovskaya is a Canadian intermedia artist based in New York City. Involved in experimental video since the 80s, she has produced numerous videos, video installations and performances, as well as works in other media, that have shown around the world. Since 2001 her work predominantly focuses on the intersection of moving image with sound/music in various both ephemeral and fixed forms (projections, installations, performances), notably through collaborations with composers and sound artists in improvised live video+sound concert situations where her live visuals seek to create improvisatory “music” for the eyes. (New York NY)
Katt began recording and composing at Stockholm’s Electronic Music Studio in 2008, and in 2014 earned a Masters degree in Electro-Acoustic Composition from KMH. She also worked for four years as a producer at Fylkingen, where she worked on programming the Bucky Dome project, 80 year jubuleum and other events, and was also head of the board for F.R.I.M. Now, in addition to continuing as an active performer of improvised music in Sweden and Europe, she is one of the artistic researchers in Klas Nevrin’s “Music in Disorder” project, and has embarked on a Phd program in Music at Lund university, where her projects take the form of electro-acoustic compositions, installations and work with organs and mechanical string instruments. Her work “Sånger för Spökkvarteren, Stockholm” was premiered at Audiorama and then featured on Elektronisk på P2, and she has also created multi-channel and site-specific works for Stockholm Music and Arts, Audiorama, Norberg Festival, HagenExtensions and Intonal Festival. (Stockholm CH)
Ken Field is a saxophonist, flautist, and composer. Since 1988 he has been a member of the internationally acclaimed modern music ensemble Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, with whom he has recorded eight CDs. He leads the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, an experimental & improvisational brass band. His solo releases document his work for layered saxophones and his soundtracks for dance and film. Field has performed for President Bill Clinton, with Trombone Shorty, Charles Neville, and former J. Geils frontman Peter Wolf, with the Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra, and with the Georgia Symphony Orchestra. (Cambridge MA) http://www.kenfield.org Field has appeared throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, and has been awarded composition residency fellowship grants at the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation, the Fundación Valparaíso, and the Atlantic Center for the Arts. His musical projects have been featured in The New York Times, Saxophone Journal, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Billboard, Cadence, The Wire, Orlando Sentinel, Downbeat, and many other publications. His music is heard regularly on the television program Sesame Street. Field is an Applied Microphone Technology Endorser and a Vandoren Performing Artist. He hosts The New Edge, a weekly radio program on WMBR in Cambridge. He is former Chair of the Cambridge Bicycle Committee, a member of the HONK! Organizing Committee, and is on the Boards of JazzBoston and Tutoring Plus of Cambridge. (Cambridge MA)
Boston area guitarist Kevin Frenette has performed throughout the Northeast USA making music that is inspired by both avant-garde jazz and contemporary improvisation. He studied guitar, composition, and music theory at UMASS-Dartmouth where he received a BA in Theory/Composition.
Kieran Morris is a New York and Providence based artist working with synthesis and manipulated recordings. His work as Negation is focused on dynamic contrast and occupies a space of tension between composition and improvisation. The project is inspired equally by harsh noise, lowercase music, and the reality of sound itself. (Providence RI)
Chrys ‘Kit” Demos bass, DIY analog microtonal synthesizer, Boston-based, with extensive collaborations across the music spectrum. (Wells ME)
Kristen Dye is a freelance flutist. A native of New York, she has been an active performer in New England and Colorado. She is a co-founder of the Aquila Summer Concert Series in Greeley, CO which ties contemporary music in with local businesses. Currently, she teaches elementary band in North Reading, MA. (Burlington MA)
I started shooting film when I was 17 years old. My affinity for the lens traveled with me to Europe, South America and eventually back to the United States. My work has been published in The East Harlem Journal, Secret Boston, The Boston Calendar, Virago Magazine, Medium.com and IrockJazz.com. I sing contralto. I play piano, bass and guitar and love vintage fashion. I’ve been a Professional Writer, Web Developer, Graphic Designer and Photographer for over 17 years. I’m also a licensed Make Up Artist. (Lowell MA)
Kristen Stake is a Portland, Maine based dance artist and poet who creates site-specific performance art informed by somatics and postmodern dance practices. She has performed at the School for Contemporary Dance and Thought (SCDT in Northampton, MA), at the Judson Memorial Church in NYC, the H-O-T series in Philadelphia, the Frantasia Festival of Out Music & Arts, XFest Massachusetts, Portland Stage Company, the Portland Ballet Studio Theater, and the Franco American Center in Maine. (Portland ME)
Movement; Ensemble Inédit ?! (MA)
An experimentalist and singer who has been working with words and sounds in Montreal for much of the past ten years. They write about shapes, feelings, spaces, motions, emotions and so on. (Montreal CAN)
Kwami Winfield is a multi-discipline sounder, clipper, smoother, shredder and hearist with Jersey always in their thoughts. Breathing through a horn right now. (Jersey City NJ)