Band Called Catch on WGN & live at Navy Pier!

Performance of See You Soon on WGN Aug. 25, 2017 Saturday, September 2nd, 2017 LOBSTER FEST @ NAVY PIER (SINGLE RELEASE SHOW!) Live at Lobster Fest! SEE YOU SOON Single Release show! – 4:30 PM 600 East Grand AveChicago, IL 60611 Price: FREE Come celebrate the release of Band Called Catch‘s New Single and Music Video SEE YOU SOON. This is a free show on the Deep Eddy Vodka Stage at the end of Navy Pier during The Great American Lobster Fest. 

HUP/KID Collaboration

Heisenberg Uncertainty Players (HUP) is collaborating with hip-hop/R&B artist KID.  KID has written lyrics over my music written for big band, nimbly straddling hip-hop, jazz, and R&B.   In preparation, HUP & KID will record a live video as part of Chicago Artists Month at The Foxhole Chicago. Come join us!  We look forward to presenting this music at more venues over the coming months. Details: Saturday, November 14, 2015 2 – 6pm The Foxhole Chicago 2444 W Montrose Chicago, IL Phone: (773) 754-7105 Read more about KID and the HMK Family

“You & I” for voice and harp

Alexandra Olsavsky, soprano Jennifer Ruggieri, harp Text from Rumi’s A Moment of Happiness April 26, 2015 Lasallian Lounge, Chicago, IL   A moment of happiness, you and I sitting on the verandah, apparently two, but one in soul, you and I. We feel the flowing water of life here, you and I, with the garden’s beauty and the birds singing. The stars will be watching us, and we will show them what it is to be a thin crescent moon. You and I unselfed, will be together, indifferent to idle speculation, you and I. The parrots of heaven will be cracking sugar as we laugh together, you and I. In one form upon this earth, and in another form in a timeless sweet land. Tweet


Heisenberg Uncertainty Players is releasing videos on YouTube every Friday! #Freisenberg HUP plays at Phyllis’ Musical Inn in Chicago every 2nd Sunday of the month.  The band will also take the stage at Chicago’s first Great American Lobster Fest on Saturday, August 16. Tweets by @HUPlayers


The title for Isurus comes from the genus name of the mako shark, which is an incredibly fast type of shark that is migratory and requires constant motion to sustain life. This reflects the energy of the music, which thrives on constant propulsion and numerous angular twists and turns. Much of the music is written in perpetually evolving mixed meters, which adds great tension and momentum to the music. Isurus is written for alto saxophone and viola, which makes for a very unique and fascinating tandem. Both instruments, which are typically relegated to inner voices, possess a wide array of timbral possibilities, and they create a rich blend between them. Kelley Dorhauer, alto saxophone Marta Sophia Honer, viola premiere DePaul University Recital Hall April 12, 2014   Tweet