Tagged: Elisabeth Halliday

Employees Must Wash Haiku (live)

Elisabeth Halliday does an incredible job with these little songs/jokes/micro-comedy-routines. These haiku are legally acceptable replacements for “employees must wash hands” signs in restaurants. We learned that when Journeyman posted them in their own bathrooms in Somerville, MA. Mila Henry is playing piano, Victoria Nece and Mike Feldman shot video,...

Employees Must Wash Haiku

Journeyman is a fantastic restaurant. If you haven’t, go eat there. In the bathrooms at Journeyman you won’t see signs that say “Employees must wash hands”. You’ll see some pretty damned funny haiku nicely framed on the wall which meet the same legal requirement. When I read these haiku I...

Prufrock tomorrow, Gershwin Hotel, 3 PM

Prufrock tomorrow, Gershwin Hotel, 3 PM

Tomorrow, as a cap to their rollickingly successful Kickstarter campaign, No Signal alums Zach Herchen and Elisabeth Halliday are giving a concert at the Gershwin Hotel. Tickets are $10. The program includes my piece for Zach, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, which Zach really owns every time he...

Peabody’s all over Kickstarter

Peabody’s all over Kickstarter

And that means either that we’re a bunch of clever musicians on the leading edge of the new creative economy, or that we’re all desperately in need of cash. One of those two. It’s great to see so many of my Peabody classmates and collaborators trying something new, and I’m...

Emerging Voices Project

Zachary Herchen and Elisabeth Halliday are launching a commissioning and recording project called Emerging Voices. Both No Signal alumni, they’re commissioning a couple new pieces for soprano and saxophone, including from Adam Knauss – another No Signal alum. George Lam of Rhymes With Opera and Kathleen Bader are also writing...