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Happy almost November! Holidays are right around the corner, and I’ve got a treat for you- personalized vinyl records! Each record contains a one-of-a-kind live take, made specifically and individually for each person that orders. All of these records are in effect masters with no other copies made. The records aren’t mass produced, dubbed, copied, etc. and they each contain a different live performance that exists nowhere else in the world.  Think of these records like audio polaroids…each individual from one another and 100% one-of-a-kind. Pick one of three songs, and leave me a note if the record is cut for you, or a gift to someone (or maybe you want me to tell an amazing joke at the end…) A great way to send a little love to someone you care about.

Select your song and order your personal cut here!

 

Warren Shadd, drummer and nephew of Shirley Horn, asked me to perform a few songs for his Christmas FB series. I chose a couple of my original holiday hits, “Give me love at Christmas time”, and “Lonely New Year’s Day”. The first was born of my distaste for Christmas commercialism, and the second is a reflection on a balmy Los Angeles holiday I spent alone. Thanks to the wonderful Nicole Saphos for spending some time with these tunes, and adding lovely harmonies! Happy Holidays!


Sunday May 7 I began a series of workshops/concerts in Venice. We had a beautiful afternoon of improvising and presenting new compositions.

Please join us next time, Sunday June 4th at 1pm (workshop) and 3pm (concert) at 132 Brooks Ave. Venice, California.

Improvisation workshop is open to all.

Composer/Performers at Sunday Afternoon Concert in Venice (L-R Srimal DeMel, Analiz Castillo, Dawn Norfleet, Danielle Freeman, Amy K Bormet, Ariella Golda Sosis, Candace Coles, David Wise)

Amy K Bormet voice, wurlitzer, composer
Maggie Hasspacher voice, upright bass
special guests
Christine Morse, voice
Matt Dievendorf, guitar

Leah Paul, flute and piccolo

Premieres:

*Amy K Bormet’s setting of Michalle Gould’s poem “Tonight, the moon” for unaccompanied vocal duet

*Noah Meites composition for voice and bass

*Amy K Bormet “rivers in the desert” and “city’s no longer”

combined with a selection of beautiful songs by Dolly Parton, Ornette Coleman, and more.

Join us as we sing from the window stage, watch the light fade behind us on a Sunday evening.

details here:
we have fallen into the golden country

Amy K Bormet

There was a great overflowing packed crowd at the Craft in America Center this past Sunday. Thank you to my new LA community for your overwhelming support, and a special thanks to photographer (and great guitarist!) Evan Ziegenmeyer for capturing this wonderful night. //A Craft in America window concert. “An Evening of New Songs: Creative Jazz and Country” Amy K Bormet (composer/piano/vocals) and Matt Dievendorf (guitar); with special guests Maggie Hasspacher(bass/vocals), David Wise, (saxophone) and Michalle Gould, (poet).// Celebrating the collaborations that have made her inaugural year in Los Angeles thrive, composer/performer Amy K Bormet brings her top people to perform with her at the intimate gallery. Bormet will sing pieces written in the last year and accompany herself on her vintage red wurlitzer for a one-set, one night only show.

Michalle Gould
Craft in America Window Concert Series
David Wise
Matt Dievendorf
Maggie Hasspacher


David Wise and Amy K Bormet

I wrote this tune to lyrics by my friend and lovely poet Michalle Gould. It’s not perfect sound quality, but we had a wonderful trip to the midwest, and I wanted to share it. Amy K Bormet Piano/Vocals, Maggie Hasspacher Bass/Vocals, Matt Dievendorf, Guitar. Live at Canterbury House in Ann Arbor, MI 8/21/14.