September 30th was my fusion group's first show at Berklee, and for a first show, I believe it went extremely well. We were very tight on stage, felt confident in our set, and had a lot of energy and few mistakes. Mistakes did happen, of course, but I won't dwell on those.
I want to thank everyone who came out to see us and everyone who tuned in to the stream. I apologize for the issues with the bass over stream; multiple people have told me that Jake couldn't be heard or seen. It was a stage plot and placement issue, and I regret not placing him by our guitarist. A lesson learned for future shows.
Berklee has given me a rough mix of our live show to publish, and a video of the stream. Over the course of the next few weeks I will be uploading our set in various forms to SoundCloud and to my YouTube channel, coming soon. I'm very excited to have something to demonstrate for our hard work, and am also very excited for the future for the ElaB NayR Sextet. We're working on getting shows outside of Berklee, and our only scheduled gig is on December 10th at PA's Lounge so far. Updates to come.
I have been quiet for a few weeks because I was very busy in the last two weekends. More "Inside the Practice Room" updates inbound as I prepare for a pit orchestra audition on Friday and for a demo recording with my other group, tentatively called The Beach Episode. Thank you for your support, and I hope you enjoyed the show!