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Zs solos: Diamond Terrifier and Higgins plus Guardian Alien at Will’s Pub- Monday, March 18th

Tiny Waves, Accidental Music Festival and CM5 present: Zs solos: Diamond Terrifier (Sam Hillmer) and Higgins (Patrick Higgins) plus Guardian Alien  Will’s Pub 1036 N. Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803 7:00 pm doors, 8:00 pm concert, $8 admission (407) 898-5070 After wringing our hands, meditating on how to get Zs to Orlando for quite a time, we were first able to … Continue reading

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Give and go: reasons to attend the Accidental Music Festival- November 8th -11th

Friends of the CM5, While we don’t have an event in this year’s Accidental Music Festival, we’re supporting this event financially and otherwise. You can attend many of these events free of charge, but you can also become a patron for a historic and an almost outrageous series of music events in Orlando. Paid pass … Continue reading

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OneBeat at Timucua white house on Saturday, September 22nd

OneBeat presented by Found Sound Nation, Bang On A Can and Atlantic Center For The Arts with sponsors Timucua Arts Foundation and Civic Minded 5 Timucua white house 2000 S. Summerlin St., Orlando 7:30 pm, free admission, all ages welcome Thumbnail science lesson: When studying electricity, (R) resistance increases as the signal path – usually wire … Continue reading

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Rivers And Rhythms: A Sam Rivers Radio Retrospective

Here’s another cultural submission from an old friend and Boston émigré Brian Carpenter. Brian was the producer of the Gainesville Jazz Festival and the leader of the jazz ensemble Beat Science during his time in Florida. On one return to our blazing climes, his innovative and entertaining Beat Circus ensemble was presented by the cm5 during a tour for … Continue reading

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Sam Rivers/Rivbea Orchestra- Trilogy box set recommendation

I can’t help in reveling in the fact that a certified, filigreed jazzbo could have a local yokel in Orlando claim to have seen Sam Rivers’ Rivbea Orchestra dozens of times and there be no hyperbole in the statement. Soon after Rivers’ 1991 arrival in Orlando, he made his initial orchestra rehearsals (much to my … Continue reading