“Bloom led the ensemble to an exciting conclusion with some real rock star energy in his motions […] Bloom offered some beautiful conducting, with gestures imbued with meaning.” — Urban Milwaukee
“David Bloom conducts the Bang on a Can Band, along with the Choir of Trinity Wall Street, with impressive virtuosity.” — Medium Culture
“Guest conductor David Bloom brought enthusiastic commitment and exactness to the music he led.” — Shepherd Express
“These four works ranged in style and structure, but were united not only by their unusual tunings but their spotless rendering on the part of the 21-member ensemble, led by the graceful sensitivity of conductor David Bloom.” — I Care If You Listen
“David Bloom conduct[ed] with precise, balletic grace, his hands gathering in each note and sending it aloft.” — Prufrock’s Dilemma
“Bloom masterfully articulated the music through wrist and fingertips with the swagger and command of an animation dancer.” — Medusa’s Musings
New York, New York - Feb.11, 2016 : Contemporaneous ensemble lead by conductor David Bloom (seen here) plays Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Kate Moore, Fjola Evans and Joanna Newsom at Pioneer Works in Red Hook Brooklyn Credit: Robert Altman
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