How Things Are Made is the improvisation-based trio of Matt Aelmore, David Bernabo, and Brian Riordan. The group has released over 38 records, collaborated with 12 guests musicians in an evening where 13 records were recorded, and commissioned 52 compositions from composers. Listen to all of their music here: 



Kuo / Bernabo is a duo of multi-instrumentalists Susan Kuo and David Bernabo, who integrate sound and movement in their live performances. As a duo, they have released four albums of improvised music, juxtaposing unexpected sonic palettes including mbira with bowed guitar and prepared harpsichord with electric organ. Kuo also melds sounds both acoustic and electronic through ongoing collaborations with producer Danielle Rager in the duo Diaphony (forthcoming album: MIRЯORЯIM) and with composer Brian Riordan in the duo ARBORANCE as heard on the album Canon’s Crossbow, and performs with the Pittsburgh Symphony as an alto/tenor in the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh. Bernabo is a documentary filmmaker and artist, regularly performing with the bands Host Skull and How Things Are Made, and as part of the dance ensemble Maree ReMalia | merrygogo.

Here their albums here:

Other ensembles:

White Hole (Erik Cirelli, Patrick Breiner, PJ Roduta, DB)
Eating the Book of Job (Eric Weidenhof, Erik Cirelli, DB)
Untitled Quartet (Tracy Mortimer, Lenny Young, Jeff Berman, DB)



Check the discography page for a complete list of solo work.