Bruce Hornsby and yMusic Announce Debut BrhyM Album, Share New Song

Bruce Hornsby and the chamber ensemble yMusic have announced a new album from their collaborative project BrhyM. The album, Deep Sea Vents, is out March 1 (via Zappo Productions/Thirty Tigers). Hornsby and yMusic’s Rob Moose produced the album, recording it in Williamsburg, Virginia, and New York. Check out lead single “Deep Blue,” and the collective’s forthcoming tour dates, below.

Moose, a violinist, is in yMusic with horn player CJ Camerieri, violist Nadia Sirota, cellist Gabriel Cabezas, clarinetist Hideaki Aomori, and flutist Alex Sopp. The new album has additional contributions from Branford Marsalis, Mark Dover, and drummer Chad Wright.

Hornsby and yMusic got to know each other at the Eaux Claires festival in 2016. The next year, the ensemble performed at Hornsby’s Funhouse Fest in Virginia, and, in 2019 yMusic featured prominently on Hornsby’s Absolute Zero.

Deep Sea Vents follows Bruce Hornsby’s 2022 album, ’Flicted, and a 2023 self-titled effort from yMusic.

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BrhyM, Bruce Hornsby & yMusic: Deep Sea Vents

Deep Sea Vents:

01 The Wild Whaling Life
02 (My) Theory of Everything
03 Platypus Wow
04 Phase Change
05 Foreign Sounds
06 The Wake of St. Brendan
07 Deep Blue
08 The Baited Line
09 Barber Booty
10 Deep Sea Vents

BrhyM:

03-07 Urbana, IL – Foellinger Great Hall
03-09 Carmel, IN – Center for the Performing Arts
03-10 Evanston, IL – Pick-Staiger Concert Hall
03-12 Des Moines, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place
03-14 Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
03-15 St. Charles, MO – J. Scheidegger Center for Saint Charles University
03-20 Wilmington, NC – Wilson Center
03-21 Newport News, VA – Ferguson Center for the Arts
04-04 Carmel, CA – Sunset Center Theater
04-05 San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theatre
04-07 Santa Rosa, CA – Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
04-09 San Luis Obispo, CA – Cal Poly Performing Arts Center
04-10 Thousand Oaks, CA – The Bank of America Performing Arts Center
04-21 Seattle, WA – Benaroya Hall
04-23 Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre