The Happy Maladies hit the road this weekend, with stops in Columbus, Nashville, Lexington. The band is now gearing for a progression of momentous performances, record releases.
Saturday, March 21 marks CD Release of Must Love Cats. This call to action invited composers everywhere to submit a piece of original music for the Happy Maladies and their instrumentation. From over two dozen, the band selected five, all of which, collaboratively initimately with each of the composers, the’ve rehearsed, refined, recorded and prepared for performance.
The show will transpire in Northside’s Historic Hoffner Lodge, which lately has provided a beautiful and focused space for chamber music performances, rock and roll.
The Maladies have been invited to perform for Constella Festival, Cincinnati’s newest hi-profile chamber music festival. The showis slated for Saturday, April 18 at Obscura [645 Walnut], where the band will perform two sets, presenting music from Must Love Cats and material from their upcoming LP release.
Hold your horses! That’s right, the Maladies release their forthcoming self-titled LP this coming June. The album manifests upon several years of incestuous collaborative effort, long strides and mood changes, captured in the raw[r], an extra-present hi-fi sci-fi sound.
May y’all find momentous occasions on account of your hard work. Stay Tuned!
The series celebrates diversity within the piano’s instrumental abilities, and will feature solo classical repertoire, chamber music, improvisations, original compositions and arrangements for piano by Adam Petersen with guests.
The first session is slated for Wednesday, January 28, featuring performances by Adam Petersen, Susan Marshall-Petersen [Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra] & Josh Jessen [Art & Science, Silo’s Choice].