Boiler House Jazz: Eric Dahlman's Glacier Project

Doors Open at 7:00, music begins at 7:30.

On his latest album Glacier, Dahlman swings open the curtains that reveal another state of mind, where music is liberated from any stylistic and melodic shackles. –Stacey Zering, No Depression

Trumpeter Eric Dahlman’s latest album Glacier is “a vast canvas of aural paintings featuring ambient collages, chants, and sound effects, tied together by haunting meditative and often experimental jazz.” – Jeff Fitzgerald, Psychedelic Waves. 

No Depression’s Stacey Zering states: (Glacier) “is liberated from any stylistic and melodic shackles. A hallucinatory dreamscape, song craft as poetry.” 

Master drummer and Glacier contributor Rakalam Bob Moses describes the album as “a mysterious, mystical masterpiece that is spacious, otherworldly and beautiful.” 

Dahlman, who also plays electric autoharp, electronics and throat sings will be joined by guitarist and balalaika player Tim Mungenast (Tim World, Ken Lovelett), and multi-percussionist Michael Knoblach (Cul de Sac, Bob Moses). 

Dahlman has performed with the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, Hal Russell and Sound artist Jed Speare. Tim and Eric have a new album ‘Tunnel Sessions,’ recorded in an abandoned train tunnel in Clinton, MA. Dahlman and Knoblach are members of ethnofolk/improv group Auddity and free jazz collective Little Mystery.

Beverages are included in the ticket price, non-alcoholic for everyone, and beer & wine to those 21+.