Alex pulled back then to give himself a moment or two to calm down. Emma just hung there, silent tears flowing down her face, and sobbing quietly. “That’s right, cry” he said. “Crying is your minds way of accepting your fate.” He stepped up again, this time sliding his tear stained cock between the metal ring holding Emma’s mouth open. “My God” he moaned as he gently pushed his cock to the back of Emma’s throat. “How do your tears taste” Alex jibbed as Emma gagged, and tried forcefully to pull away. The restraints held her firm. Alex held her head tenderly, and stroked her hair as he lovingly, deliberately, patiently moved his cock in and out of her prone mouth. He moved slowly, he didn’t want it to be over too quickly. After a few long moments of moving his cock all the way out to the tip, and slowly gliding it all the way back in, of feeling Emma Watson’s tongue lash back and forth across his dick, inadvertently stroking it as she tried to move it out of the way, Alex couldn’t take it any longer.
Hailed as »the future of chamber music« (»Strings«), Brooklyn Rider offers eclectic repertoire in gripping performances that continue to attract legions of fans and draw rave reviews from classical, world, and rock critics alike. Brooklyn Rider celebrated its tenth anniversary with the groundbreaking multi-disciplinary project »Brooklyn Rider Almanac«, for which it recorded and toured 15 specially commissioned works, each inspired by a different artistic muse. Last season, Brooklyn Rider released an album with Anne Sofie von Otter entitled »So Many Things« on Naïve Records, including music by Colin Jacobsen, Caroline Shaw, John Adams, Nico Muhly, Björk, Sting, Kate Bush and Elvis Costello, among others. Together they toured material from the album and more in the . and Europe, including stops at Carnegie Hall and the Opernhaus Zurich. After performances together at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Massachusetts, the quartet toured the . with choreographer Brian Brooks and former New York City Ballet prima ballerina Wendy Whelan, performing »Some of a Thousand Words«. Using music from composers John Luther Adams, Tyondai Braxton, Philip Glass, Evan Ziporyn, and a new composition from Brooklyn Rider's Colin Jacobsen, the intimate series of duets and solos featuring Brooks and Whelan foregrounds the live onstage music of the quartet as a dynamic and central creative component. Brooklyn Rider released »Spontaneous Symbols« in the fall of 2017. Other recent recording projects include 2016’s »The Fiction Issue« with music by Gabriel Kahane, 2013’s »A Walking Fire« on Mercury Classics and »The Impostor« with Béla Fleck on Deutsche Grammophon/Mercury Classics, plus 2011’s much-praised »Brooklyn Rider Plays Philip Glass« on the composer’s Orange Mountain Music label. Violinist Johnny Gandelsman launched In A Circle Records in 2008 with the release of Brooklyn Rider's eclectic debut recording, »Passport«, followed by »Dominant Curve« in 2010, and »Seven Steps« in 2012. A long-standing relationship between Brooklyn Rider and Iranian kamancheh player Kayhan Kalhor resulted in the much-praised 2008 recording, »Silent City«.