Feed Your Senses: Bent Frequency

October 21, 2015 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Rialto Center for the Arts
80 Forsyth St.
NW, Atlanta
GA 30303
Rialto Center Box Office
Feed Your Senses: Bent Frequency @ Rialto Center for the Arts | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Come have lunch on us and enjoy Bent Frequency, a professional contemporary chamber music ensemble based in Atlanta.  Founded in 2003, the group brings the avant-garde music tradition to life through adventurous programming, the promotion of New Music, and a creative synthesis of music and media. www.bentfrequency.com

Percussionist Stuart Gerber and saxophonist Jan Berry Baker are Co-Artistic Directors of BF and also represent The Bent Frequency Duo Project: a subset of the larger group designed primarily as a touring ensemble.  The BF Duo has premiered nearly 20 new works for this instrumentation since 2013. They have presented performances in multiple tours on the East Coast, across the Midwest, in Texas, Colorado, the Southeast and internationally in Nuremberg, Germany.

In 2015/16 the BF Duo Project will be heard at multiple venues in North and South Carolina, including the New Music Greensboro Festival in the fall, and in Pennsylvania and New York in the spring, including a performance in the famed Weill Recital Hall  at Carnegie Hall in March. In January 2016 they will present a tour in France funded by the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) program. Premieres this season include works by Laurent Durupt (commission funded by FACE) and Dorothy Hindman.

The BF Duo will release their first CD on Centaur records in early 2016.


Plan to meet your friends downtown for Feed Your Senses, the Rialto’s free Lunchtime Learning Performing Arts Series, every third Wednesday at noon, in the Lobby at the Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University. The program features a different artist or speaker each month providing a casual and fun insider’s look at their craft. Previous Feed Your Senses have featured the Faculty Jazztet from Georgia State’s School of Music, Latin jazz group Havana Son, and Nefertari Bey, jazz vocalist.