Ken Field

Jazz Album Review: Ken Field’s “Iridescence” — Some Enchanted Strangers

September 4, 2020
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Iridescence is a masterful set, with none of the tentative feeling …he bipped when he should have bopped …that sometimes afflicts free jazz outings.

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Concert Review: Adam Sherman Band at The Burren — Definitely Connecting

March 12, 2020
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Adam Sherman, Cambridge-based musician, voice teacher, and vocal coach never went away.

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Arts Fuse Podcast #22: Holiday Arts Events & Shows of 2019

December 18, 2019
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The Greater Boston Area is brimming with the holiday spirit, and so are we!

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CD Review: The Revolutionary Snake Ensemble — Volatile Fun

December 12, 2016
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Contagious enjoyment is very much the goal of Ken Field’s Revolutionary Snake Ensemble. Mission accomplished.

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Margaret Weigel, Fuse Visual Arts Critic — Words of Remembrance

December 3, 2016
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There will be a public celebration of Margaret Weigel’s life on December 9 at Medford’s Chevalier Theater.

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Fuse Remembrance: Karen Aqua 1954-2011—A Fitting Life, and Memorial

July 16, 2011
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The late Karen Aqua was the rarest of birds — a working artist who seldom needed to compromise her ideals in order to succeed. Befitting the legacy of this vibrant visual artist, husband Ken Field and a small team of volunteers organized a public memorial/celebration of Karen’s life for family, friends, and colleagues Sunday, July 10th at Somerville, MA’s Center for Arts at the Armory.

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Coming Attractions in Jazz: December 2009

December 1, 2009
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By J. R. Carroll December is always an exasperating month for jazz fans: The first week is crammed with more events than any human without self-cloning abilities can possibly attend; after that, the major clubs close their doors many evenings in order to host private parties (hey, something has to pay the bills). The upside…

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