Do For Self Tour


ADM is a looping music project by Adam Petersen which layers sound from keyboards, percussion and vocalization to compose songs interested in groove, form and message.

The project is presently incorporating Cincinnati drummer Ben Sloan [Lazy Heart / Why?], and the two will travel this month to perform in several US Cities!




Do For Self Tour

Th / July 9 – Chicago / Heavy Petting House Show

F / July 10 – Detroit / Trumbull Plex

Sa / July 11 – Columbus / Kiowa House Show

W / July 15 – Philadelphia / South Philly House Show

Th / July 16 – Durham, NC / House Show

F / July 17 – Durham, NC / Gallery Show

M / July 20 – CincinnatiMonday Night at the Comet


ADM is currently developing material to perform fresh for this tour. Available now also is a collection of recordings from the last 3 years of effort.

Tune to ADM Website / Tumblr / Facebook for tour updates!

MYCincinnati Ambassador Ensemble


The Ambassador Ensemble is a string sextet of young Price Hill musicians led by MYCincinnati Assistant Director and Cincinnati Art Ambassador Fellow Eddy Kwon.

For the 2014-15 school year, the group engaged in weekly critical discussions around identity (including race, gender, and class), social justice, power, and the artist as an agent of change. Using these riveting and intense conversations as creative inspiration, Eddy worked with the students to compose a performance work that organically combines chamber music with themes of social justice.

Artistically avant-garde, socially critical, and radiating with youthful energy, the final work is a culmination and celebration of a year’s effort and collective growth.

The ensemble will be performing the work in exciting, diverse venues all around the city. MYCincinnati is partnering with the Cincinnati Art Museum, Constella Festival, Clifton Cultural Arts Center, LISH Gallery in Price Hill, and the University of Cincinnati – Racial Awareness Program to present a series of free performances in April 2015*.

The entire process — from the initial discussions to the intense rehearsals — has been documented by world-renowned photographer Michael Wilson. He and his son, Henry, have been crafting a beautiful documentary film that will be screened at the beginning of each event.


April 12 – SCPA for Constella Festival / 108 W. Central Parkway / 3 PM

April 17 – UC African American Cultural Resource Center / 60 W. Charlton / 8 PM

April 19 – Cincinnati Art Museum / 953 Eden Park Drive / 1 PM / Register here

April 24 – LISH Art Gallery / 3116 Warsaw Ave / 6 PM

April 26 – Clifton Cultural Arts Center / 3711 Clifton Ave / 4 PM

* All concerts + film screenings FREE for ALL AGES / Facebook Event