TRANSIT starts December with a bang!

TRANSIT will be starting December with two shows! Come join us on Saturday, December 7 for a FUN-draiser for the wonderful Wild Shore Festival for New Music. TRANSIT will be performing along with Concert Black. Refreshments will be provided, and Alaskan items will be raffled off to promote this worthy festival. Visit this facebook invitation for more info.

Wild Shore Benefit Party
Saturday, December 7
DiMenna Center, Benzaquen Hall
$25 admission


TRANSIT (Joe Bergen, and David Friend, and Andie Springer) will be performing at Brooklyn’s beautiful Firehouse Space on Sunday, December 8 at 8:00. Tickets are $10 at the door. Beer and wine will be sold inside. The evening opens with andPlay and Bearthoven performing works by Brooks Frederickson. The Firehouse Space is located at 246 Frost Street in Brooklyn.

On the program:

Talk Radio – Casey Anderson

Ritual – Daniel Wohl

Maclaren Summit – John Luther Adams

from “Siteless Structures” – Tania Ko:
Triple Fold
Refused Skyscraper
Soft Origami
Program Falls

Snow – Casey Anderson

Facebook invitation

Firehouse Space page

Caroline Shaw, remixed

Caroline Shaw’s Pulitzer-winning Partita for 8 Voices has been remixed by eight artists! WQXR is streaming a new remix every week, with a new track each Wednesday. Our very own Daniel Wohl is one of the eight artists. Go listen to his remix!

But here’s the best part: by donating to New Amsterdam Records’ Fundraiser,  you can download all eight remixes, and simultaneously support New Amsterdam Records. We think it’s a win-win.

Wild Shore wrap

TRANSIT had an amazing time at the Wild Shore Festival for New Music in July. For photos and videos of the event, check out our facebook page. Here is a video that captures some of the spirit of the festival. Thanks to everyone at Wild Shore for having us!

Joe Bergen in his element.
Joe Bergen in his element.

Corps Exquis on NPR

Tune into NPR’s All Things Considered tonight at 7:00 ET to hear a review of Corps Exquis!


If you can’t listen to it live, check out the Deceptive Cadence website.

Check back this week for updates on our experiences in the “Last Frontier” at the Wild Shore Festival!