Brooklyn Bound

The loft scene is alive!

Now in its ninth year, Brooklyn Bound is a popular series of concerts at Sō’s working studio in the Navy Yard section of Brooklyn. Casual and intimate, the concerts feature us trying out new material and a broad range of artists whom we invite to perform. In 2020, we transitioned to virtual concerts during the pandemic, and we now have returned to in-person shows with live streaming.

All of our artists have been featured on the Brooklyn Bound Podcast! Check it out below on this page. Each batch of new episodes appears in the youtube playlist, which you can search on the upper right hand corner of the embedded video.

Brooklyn Bound is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Interested in performing on Brooklyn Bound? Apply Here

Visiting our studio? Click here to view how to access our space!

Accessibility: our studio is on the second floor of a loft building in Brooklyn. Parking is usually available about a block away under the BQE and on parallel side streets in the evenings. Entry to #205 is via a buzzer which is about 6 feet off the ground (please reach out ahead of time and we can provide you with a number to text for entry). After a small ramp into the doorway, an elevator to the second floor is available on the left. From there, there is a long hallway leading to our studio at #205. We have one all-gender bathroom which we are in the process of making accessible.

If you would like to attend an event at our studio and you require any accommodations, please don’t hesitate to contact us ahead of time! Email

The Brooklyn Bound Podcast

with Jason Treuting

navigate the playlist by clicking in the upper right-hand corner of the video

2021-2022 Artists

Phong Tran
Sō Percussion

Adam Sliwinski and Cristina Altamura
Eric Cha-Beach
Jason Treuting and Beth Meyers
Sō Percussion

Robyn Jacob
Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti
Olivier Tarpaga
Troika Percussion Trio
Sō Percussion

Upcoming Shows

Thursday, November 4, 2021
All performances will be live-streamed on the Sō Percussion Facebook page, and on the Sō YouTube channel at 8:00pm (ET).


Longleash (violin, cello, piano) is an ensemble with traditional instrumentation and experimental practice. Praised for their “subtle and meticulous musicianship” (Strad), Longleash is dedicated to innovative programming, culturally responsive artistic practices, and new music advocacy. In addition to the traditional activities of a performing ensemble, Longleash also leads proprietary educational projects (Loretto Project, Pathways Initiative) with a focus on gender equity and financial accessibility; produces interdisciplinary projects that respond to social issues in our environment and community; and fosters meaningful relationship-building and a non-hierarchical approach to collaborations with creative and community partners alike.

Longleash performs, records, and commissions repertoire from a wide range of musical styles, blending a background in classical chamber music with a curiosity for the sonic and artistic potential of their traditional instrumentation. The trio programs and commissions works that expand the piano trio’s sonic palette and deepen its artistic impact, incorporating new playing techniques, non-traditional instruments, and multimedia elements to create unique and captivating performance experiences.

Read more about Longleash!


Damsel doesn’t apologize. The indie neofolk duo integrates their background as classical chamber musicians with folk music leanings to create an intricate instrumental sound around tight vocal harmonies. The singing-songwriting team is Monica Mugan on vocals/acoustic guitar and Beth Meyers on vocals/viola/banjo/ukulele. Their second album, ‘New to You’ is available via Bandcamp and features Jason Treuting on drums, Florent Ghys on bass and Dan Trueman on hardanger fiddle.

Read more about Damsel!

Phong Tran

Phong Tran is a Brooklyn-based composer, electronic musician, and visual artist. His works are heavily inspired by the sound of early synthesizers and the noises and grinds of experimental electronics. Much of his work is developed through late-night Wikipedia dives while obsessing over things like simulation theory, abstract story structure, Dungeons & Dragons, and vaporwave eccojams.

Read more about Phong!

Sō Percussion

Sō Percussion will perform a workshop performance of our newest commissions by Nathalie Joachim.

Read more about Sō Percussion!


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"There Might Be Others" by Dan Trueman and Rebecca Lazier

Previous Performers on Brooklyn Bound:

Aaron Edgecomb
Alex Appel
Alex Dowling
Angelica Negron
Anna Wray

Annika Socolofsky
Arx Duo
Ashley Fure
Aynsley Vandenbroucke
Bergamot Quartet
Bora Yoon
Caroline Shaw
Cenk Ergun

Cisum Percussion
Charmaine Lee
Clara Warnaar

Dan Trueman
David Degge

Dither Quartet
Echo Artifact

Emily Johnson

Emma O’Halloran
Empyrean Atlas
ensemble, et al

Evan Chapman
Excelsis Percussion

Forever House
Iktus Percussion

Jason Treuting
Jeff Snyder
Jenny Beck
Jeremy Malvin

Ji-Hye Jung

Joy on Fire
Kaoru Watanabe
Kendall Williams
Kid Millions

Lainie Fefferman

Leah Asher

Long Leash

Lucy Dhegrae
Mantra Percussion

Matt Evans
Matt Overbay
Mike Marcinowski
Mobius Percussion



Palladium Percussion

Pascal Le Beouf

Petra Elek
Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk)

Rachel Sigrid Freeburg
Russell Fisher
Sandbox Percussion
Sirius String Quartet
Square Peg Round Hole

SR9 Trio

TAK Ensemble

Tanner Porter

Travis LaPlante
Ursula Eagly

Previous Brooklyn Bound Podcast episodes:

1 – Damsel

2 – Ande (Andrea Tafelski)

3 – Matt Evans

4 – Bergamot Quartet with Terry Sweeney

5 – Mike Marcinowski and Rachel Sigrid Freeburg Duo 

6 – SPECIAL PODCAST with Joan Tower

7 – Aynsely Vandenbroucke

8 – Aaron Edgcomb 

9 – Jenny Beck

10 – Lainie Fefferman

11 – Russell Fisher of MoRF percussion duo