Dr. Ted And The Stone
with Rebecca Scout Nelson, KOE
The Map Room
Mon October 9 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$8.00 Buy Tickets
Dr. Ted and The Stone is an NYC-Based Alternative Hard Roots-Rock Band comprised of Judah S. Goldman, José D. Cruz, Maddux J. Pearson, and Andrew "Berger" Berger. Named for their college professor, Dr. Ted and the Stone draws on their collective and individual musical experiences to create a unique blend of style, harmony, space, and lyricism in their musical approach. The multi-instrumentalism of Dr. Ted allows them to approach performing as a collaborative effort, serving itself to cater to any setting and genre, all while putting on one hell of a show.

Rebecca Scout Nelson's music is born out of her love of the Baroque style and American folk. She grew up in Germany in a family of musicians before moving to the States to become a professional violinist. Rebecca currently lives in New York City where she is a member of several exciting new ensembles in the early music community. Her debut album, Do Not Lament, was inspired by the tragic death of her younger sister and tells a powerfully personal story of love, loss and grief.

KOE (Eva Ding, flute & Emma Kato, cello) crafts interdisciplinary projects, sharing cultural stories and performing pieces by living Asian, Asian-hyphenate, and BIPOC composers. Backed by Chamber Music America and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, they've produced chamber music shows celebrating immigrant narratives. Their performances span Carnegie Hall, WQXR's The Greene Space, McKittrick Hotel, and Joe's Pub at The Public Theater. Emma, a native New Yorker, teaches Suzuki Cello to young artists, advocating music as a universal language. Eva's theatrical background shapes her approach, blending spoken word and costumes to elevate classical music. Both hold Master of Music degrees from the Manhattan School of Music under the tutelage of Julia Lichten and Robert Langevin respectively. Unified by community and interdisciplinary passion, KOE reimagines classical music for a more diverse audience - one that looks like the world around us.