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Photos From An Die Musik, Intolerance Shows

Written on June 18, 2012 at 7:00 PM, by

Some nice pics by the great Lilli Morrison are up at our Flickr site from the An Die Musik show in May and the Intolerance screening back in February. Enjoy.





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John Dierker Helps Boister Shove the Roof Off at UMd

Written on November 5, 2011 at 2:47 PM, by


Multi-reedman John Dierker “has become a major improvisational stylist…interweaving concepts augmented by howling lines, injections of blues-drenched choruses and Albert Ayler-like display of energy.” (All About Jazz) A Baltimore, Maryland native, Dierker has worked in a wide variety of musical settings, collaborating with Peter Zummo, Jason Willett, Jad Fair, and The Basement Boys. John is a longtime member of Lafayette Gilchrist and The New Volcanoes. Currently he is working with Quartet Offensive, Microkingdom, and 3081, a group that includes Michael Formanek, Dave Ballou and Will Redman. (Photo: Stewart Mostofsky)

On Friday night, Dierker graced our ranks and helped Boister deliver up DW Griffith’s “Intolerance” to a standing ovation at the University of Maryland’s Hoff Theater.

And for the record, here he is with Boister’s Lyle Kissack in the 1990’s Baltimore dream team, The Pleasant Livers.


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One Last Boister Show

Written on November 8, 2010 at 11:10 AM, by

We’ll be digging deep into our catalog and playing lots of old gems—over the course of three sets!—at Columbia’s Second Saturday Cafe on November 13. It’ll be the last Boister show, for awhile, because we’ll be hunkering down and putting together a score for Intolerance, D.W. Griffith’s classic silent film. It’s been commissioned by MICA as part of their Narcissism of Minor Differences exhibition, and we’ll debut the new score on March 5th at the Brown Center.

So this Saturday night will be your last opportunity to catch the band in 2010/early 2011.

Now in its 11th season, the Second Saturday concert series is held at Oliver’s Carriage House, an intimate and gorgeous venue. Tickets are $20, and all proceeds are donated to the Agape House Fund, which benefits at-risk youth in Baltimore City. We like that.

Because seating is limited, you need to make a reservation and purchase tickets online. You can do that here. I don’t think they sell tickets at the door, so a reservation is a must. The ticket price includes hot and cold appetizers and coffee. Beer and wine are just $3.

Here’s a Google map to guide you. See you there!

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