'The Migration Series' reviews

'The work opens with a moody episode built atop a repetitive descending bass riff, with plaintive harmonies and sinewy solo lines.  When he scores bluesy brass chords, Mr. Bermel spikes them effectively with gnarly modernist dissonance.  There were riveting passages that combined chorale-like harmonies with unhinged rhythms; a bleakly comic episode in which the brass players from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra evoked a wondrous gaggle of squawking, whining and pleading human voices.'
New York Times (Anthony Tommasini), 18 November 2006

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