Well, here's my Site; Enjoy the Journey!

Laroo/Byrd in Poland Moment Oct 2014

2015 NewYear's Progressions: Byrd flies into Jazz & Beyond

Warren Byrd w The Afro-Semitic Experience@Invest-in-Kids/No Place for Hate ™Workshop

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North Baptist Church, 750 County Street, New Bedford, MA

A joint workshop beholds The Afro-Semitic Experience with Invest-in-Kids and No Place for Hate ™students applying mathematical concepts of time, rhythm, and meter while exposing African and Judaic musical traditions. The Students will apply this inspring interchange in a musical moment later in the evening, during the Afro-Semitic Experience’s concert at the Greater New Bedford Vocational-Technical High School Auditorium.


Warren Byrd w The Afro-Semitic ExperienceWorkshop@JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp

333 Nahanton St, Newton, MA

The A.S.E. wakes up and does it all over again this time for enterprising youth in a Newtown, MA creativity and science symposium--fun and education dancing excitingly together!


Warren Byrd w The Afro-Semitic Experience@FridayNightService

Cape Cod Synagogue, 14 Winter Street, Hyannis, MA 02601

After the workshop, A.S.E. rushes south to humbly share worship in song in the heart of Cape Cod--number two of another doubleheader day.


Warren Byrd w The Afro-Semitic Experience Concert

Cape Cod Synagogue, 14 Winter Street, Hyannis, MA 02601

The Afro Semitic Experience concludes their Western Mass tour with a concert at Cape Cod Synagogue, romping explorations through their ouevre of eclectic sacred jazz. afrosemiticexperience.net


Byrdspeak Ensemble featuring Joris Teepe, Saskia Laroo, Ray Blue, & Roger Post@@

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West End Farmer’s Market on Clemens Green, Farmington Avenue between Woodland & Owen , Hartford, CT

A schedule of live entertainment by talented Asylum Hill performers accompanies each outdoor market event. Asylum Hill Artisan Marketplace IV Performance by Warren Byrd's Byrdspeak Ensemble featuring Trumpet/Sax dame Saskia Laroo, Bassist Joris Teepe, Saxophonist Ray Blue, and Drums Roger Post A Celebration of Art & Culture in Asylum Hill is supported by City of Hartford Arts & Heritage Jobs Grant Program, Pedro E. Segarra, Mayor; The Aetna Foundation; Knox Foundation and is a project of the Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association



My Latest ASE joy: a Funk of Burnin' Love* 

Original title: Jazz Souls on Fire, Short Blog by Warren Byrd--an ASE co-founder

*ASE=The Afro-Semitic Experience-- http://afrosemiticexperience.net/

The purpose of doing any project is nothing to do with such lofty anthropological goals as they make us want to write for the major grant proposals. It's more a matter of the non-verbal compulsion to create. Yet, as many of know there's no escaping the tyranny of linear thought and process orientation. In fact, I've learned to respect it for what it is: a way to… Read more



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