Many thanks to all who came out to Galapagos on Thursday. We were a little apprehensive about the sound going in -- Pulse is not any easy group to mix by any means -- but the house sound guru, Josh, worked minor miracles behind the boards all night, freeing all the musicians to focus entirely on playing their asses off.
This was the first time I'd seen many of the projected photographs used by my fellow performers, and it was fascinating to see how they influenced my perception of the music. Galapagos was a great space for us to play and I hope we can return soon.
Meanwhile, if you missed us on Thursday you have one more chance to catch this edition of The Eloquent Light -- tomorrow (Sunday) evening at St. Peter's Church (619 Lex, at 54th Street) -- 7:30 PM hit.
Also, in extracurricular news, Pulse violinist Ana Milosavljevic is performing at the American Composers Alliance American Music Festival tonight at the Thalia (Symphony Space) -- 8 PM. She will be performing a solo violin work by Eleanor Cory, as well as a dance work by Margaret Fairlie-Kennedy written for the Takè Dance Company.