Tag Archives: improvisation

August 15

Andrew D. Meyer and Sonikora

This is a video from last spring, March 10th to be specific. I meant to post this video earlier but I totally forgot. Nonetheless, this was a set that I did with the improvising trio, Sonikora at the Vanderelli Room in Columbus’s Franklinton Arts District. It was a real treat playing with these guys and […]

March 07

This Week’s Shows 3.7.17

This week I had the good fortune of doing three great shows of my own original music in three different locations across Ohio and Indiana. I did One Way, at the Go Factory in Cleveland, a recital performance at the NASA convention in Ft Wayne, IN, and a full program of my music at the […]

February 28

1 Way @ the Go Factory 2.27.17

I had a great opportunity last night to play four of my own original compositions at the 10th anniversary of the 1Way series at the Go Factory on the West Side of Cleveland. I was actually amongst the first performers at this series 10 years ago and haven’t been back since so it was nice […]

February 06

3.6.17 Straight to Tape

I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be playing a live show at the General in South Bend, IN on 3.6.17 with my former Sobriquet bandmates, who now go by the moniker, After Ours. Here’s a little info for the curious about what my portion of the evening will entail… Andrew D. Meyer, Solo Soprano […]

September 04

New solo pieces available!

I’m very pleased to announce that 3 of my compositions for solo soprano saxophone have been published by Dorn Publications and are currently available for purchase. These pieces come together in a set of three called Three Improvisations for Soprano Saxophone, though they are intended to be performed as seperate works.  The three pieces are: […]

March 04

Most Magical Night — Original Composition

Here is a video of me playing an original composition called ‘Most Magical Night.’ I made this video a couple of years ago at Galleri 69 in Oslo, Norway. It’s a piece for solo soprano saxophone and sort of an homage to Terry Riley and his minimalist style. The idea for the title came to […]

February 07

Gong Orchestra

Tonight I had the pleasure of seeing the incredible percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani and his gong orchestra at MOMA in Cleveland. Tatsuya is a Japanese-born percussionist and improvising innovator. The first set was a tremendous solo percussion set. This type of playing is what Tatsuya is best known for. The gong plays a large role in […]