August Noise JP 2014:
This photo of Globular Falcon last fall certainly captures how we feel right now. Hooray, “Spaghetti Anderson”! Hooray, August Noise JP Season #4!!
Stay tuned for details in the next few weeks.
Much love, the ANJP team

August Noise JP 2014:

This photo of Globular Falcon last fall certainly captures how we feel right now. Hooray, “Spaghetti Anderson”! Hooray, August Noise JP Season #4!!

Stay tuned for details in the next few weeks.

Much love,
the ANJP team

A handful of photos from our concerts so far — the season is halfway over, so this week and next Monday are the last days to come hear some great, free music!

Announcing…. Season 3 musicians!

One artist announced each day, via Facebook and right here!

Day 8: Rita & Daniel


Rita and Daniel have played in a number of chamber groups over the past year and a half, including performances of the sixth Bartok string quartet and Schnittke’s string trio in Jordan Hall. …more information.

Day 7: Borey Shin

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Borey Shin makes blips and bloops. His preferred instruments of choice are synthesizer, piano, accordion and laptop computer. … more information.

Day 6: Globular Falcon

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A secret society organized by Spooky Dangerfield, a renegade synth artist who had put everything he knew on the line in order to pursue a solo career. …more information.

Day 5: VAVÁ

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Musical team VAVÁ is led by singer/guitarist/songwriter Vanessa Wheeler and drummer and electronics guru, Sarah Bearse… more information.

Day 4: The Acoustic Phenomenon

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The Acoustic Phenomenon, once a Berklee ensemble, is now a vital young take on the bluegrass idiom. Featuring tight vocals and screaming instrumental… more information.

Day 3: Rachel & Maria

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Rachel and Maria have a lot in common - both are midwestern transplants, both find satisfaction in a perfectly prepared meal, and both educate young musicians to embrace themselves as business people as well as artists. … more information.

Day 2: Annalise Emerick

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Since moving from Nashville to New England in late summer 2011, Boston folk songstress Annalise Emerick has demonstrated her aptness to awaken reminiscence in the minds of her listeners with just a few simple words.more information.


Day 1: Boston Percussion Group (BPeG)

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Boston Percussion Group (BPeG) is a versatile chamber group that challenges what “classical” music is with marimbas, drums, cymbals, tin cans, cowbells (and more!). … more information.

We’re almost 3/4 of the way there!! Be sure to share the campaign with your friends, family, & neighbors!

Bonus: Any money that we make over our goal goes directly to our incredible musicians!

Contemporary Music project, 8/29/2012 in Hyde Square Circle.
Performers, L-to-R: Jason Belcher, Leia Slosberg, Kyle Spraker, Ben Wu, Alexis Lanz, Chris Moore, Nick Neuberg.

Contemporary Music project, 8/29/2012 in Hyde Square Circle.

Performers, L-to-R: Jason Belcher, Leia Slosberg, Kyle Spraker, Ben Wu, Alexis Lanz, Chris Moore, Nick Neuberg.

Meet August Noise JP’s staff for the 2013 season:

Beth McDonald, Founder & Artistic Director

Beth is a resident of Jamaica Plain and alumna of New England Conservatory. She plays tuba in a wide range of musical groups, such as the Callithumpian Consort, Korean Jeans, Sound Icon, and Lindenbomber Fleet. She enjoys running, yoga, and eating the food that Anne cooks.

Anne Gregory, Director of Communications

Anne is a resident of Jamaica Plain and an avid chef and cyclist. She is an alumna of New England Conservatory and is employed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Frank Ojeda, Program Coordinator

Frank is a resident of Jamaica Plain and an active freelance musician in the Boston area. Frank plays bass in a myriad of styles and genres of music — you may remember him from his ANJP performance with the group Faces!

Cailyn Huston, Designer

Cailyn is a graphic designer & photographer based in Lexington, KY, but she’s a northerner at heart. She loves music, good coffee, and salt & vinegar chips, in no particular order. She is the author of a thoughtfully sassy blog.

We hope to see you next month!

2013 season… (drumroll)

Yo we heard you like free, outdoor music….

So we’re preparing another fun season of August Noise JP music for you! Expect new faces and a few familiar ones — we hope you’re ready to regale your ears with new sounds and new instruments. Rumor has it there might even be a few marimbas this year….

Stay tuned!