by Peter Aaron
Bisio has played on over 60 CDs, 11 as a leader and 10 as a co-leader. His first international release, 1987’s In Seattle, was chosen as one of the best jazz records of the 1980s by the Village Voice. Ostrovsky is a pioneer of “performance painting.” Her “paintings to music” are done “live” while she’s on stage with the musicians as they play. She’s worked with David Murray, Fred Hopkins, Erica Lindsay, Roswell Rudd, Thurman Barker, Joe Morris, and others.
Michael Bisio and Nancy Ostrovsky will perform at the Upstate House in Accord, New York, on December 14 at 7pm. Space is limited. For ticket price, reservations, and information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1434598513425606/1434636960088428/?comment_id=1434916143393843¬if_t=event_mall_comment.