The Amsterdam-based American improviser is an ICP Orchestra mainstay and one of our most insightful reed players, spending more time on pithy queries than boisterous declamation. This rare six-night run connects him to his NYC cohorts, and from the whistle-along melodies of the Holocene Trio (accordion & cello) to the evening of tunes by his long-standing collective, Available Jelly, it should offer a thorough portrait. Ensembles change each night. I’m looking forward to finding out what Moore’s clarinet sounds line in cahoots with Mary Halvorson’s guitar and Gerald Cleaver’s drums.
July 23-28, 8 & 10 p.m., 2013
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 17, 2013