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Documenting the Music of Leap of Faith and Members.

Leap of Faith is a pure improvisation ensemble collaboration between PEK (clarinets, saxophones and double reeds) and GLynis Lomon (cello, aquasonic and voice). We were very active in the Boston improvisation/new music scene throughout the 90s and early 00s in several incarnations featuring Mark McGrain (trombone), Yedidyah Syd Smart (drums), Craig Schildhauer (bass), Yuri Zbitnov (drums, percussion) and James Coleman (Theremin) .

We enjoyed performing with many guests including David Maxwell (piano), Curt Newton (drums), Leslie Ross (bassoon), Raqib Hassan (clarinets, saxophones and double reeds), B'hob Rainey (soprano sax), Eric Rosenthal (drums), Forrest Larsen (viala), Rob Bethel (cello), Laurence Cook (drums), Eric Zinman (piano), Tatsuya Nakatani (percussion), Seth Louis (bass), Guadulesa (painting), Adrienne T Hawkins (dance), Martha Ritchey (Fractal graphic scoring), Taylor Ho Bynum (trumpet), and Richard Poole (vibes).

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The Photon Epoch

Leap of Faith Orchestra
published: December 24, 2019

Cosmological Horizons

Leap of Faith Orchestra
published: September 06, 2018


Leap of Faith Orchestra
published: February 21, 2018


Leap of Faith
published: September 13, 2017

Leap of Faith Orchestra - Possible Universes

published: July 01, 2017


Leap of Faith Orchestra
published: December 14, 2016

The Expanding Universe

Leap of Faith Orchestra
published: July 08, 2016

Vortex Generation Mechanisms

published: March 25, 2016

Intermetallic Compounds

Metal Chaos Ensemble
published: March 18, 2016

Solution Concepts

Leap of Faith/Thomas Heberer
published: September 25, 2015

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