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Fovea Hex

Fovea Hex

Clodagh Simonds, Michael Begg, Laura Sheeran, Colin Potter, with guests Justin Grounds (violin) Gemma Kost (cello) and Gayle Roberts (viola)

at TUSK Festival, 16 October 2016, Gateshead, England

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Fred P

Fred P

at Dommune, Tokyo, JP - 11.06.2014

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Cleaver - Ochs Duo

Cleaver - Ochs Duo

Gerald Cleaver - drums, percussion
Larry Ochs - saxophones

at 19 Paul Fort, Paris, 29 September 2016

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Ingrid Laubrock & Tom Rainey

Ingrid Laubrock & Tom Rainey

Ingrid Laubrock - tenor saxophone
Tom Rainey - Drums

Interstellar Duos - March 24 2014
at Arts for Art / Evolving Music, NYC

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Aruán Ortiz, Marika Hughes, Darius Jones

Aruán Ortiz, Marika Hughes, Darius Jones

Aruán Ortiz - piano
Marika Hughes - cello
Darius Jones - alto saxophone

at Not A Police State / Arts for Art - Jan 3 2017
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Larry Roland

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Vision Festival 20 | Larry Roland // Poet

VISION FESTIVAL 20: His spoken word pays homage to the strength and beauty of his ancestors from whom he has gained knowledge, wisdom, pride, and understanding. Through the use of the African philosophy “Sankofa”, his poetry has made the connection between the past, and present, in order to hypothesize the direction of the future. His spoken word is the “Voice” for the man on the street who does not have a voice.

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Michael Lucio Sternbach
Adam Worth

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Tomeka Reid

Tomeka Reid

Artists Respond: Tomeka Reid Performs "Airs for Eliza"

Chicago-based cellist and composer Tomeka Reid performs an intimate recital (July 7, 2016) in response to Fo Wilson’s installation, Eliza’s Peculiar Cabinet of Curiosities. In this performance, Reid expertly combines composed vignettes and spontaneous improvisations for a highly personal reaction to Wilson's work.

Reid is seated on the porch of Eliza’s Peculiar Cabinet of Curiosities, a full-scale structure on the grounds of the Lynden Sculpture Garden (on view June 6 through October 30, 2016, and seasonally thereafter). The cabinet is both wunderkammer and slave cabin; it imagines what a 19th-century woman of African descent might have collected, catalogued and stowed in her living quarters. Informed by historical research, Eliza expresses a hopeful African American past, present, and future through a collection of found and original objects.

Eliza's Peculiar Cabinet of Curiosities is a collaboration with the Chipstone Foundation. Reid's recital is part of a series of programs sponsored by Chipstone and the Lynden Sculpture Garden, in which four artists/collectives were commissioned to respond to the installation.

For more information on visiting Eliza's Peculiar Cabinet of Curiosities, see the Lynden Sculpture Garden website here: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/exhibitions/fo-wilson-elizas-peculi...

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Andrea Wolper / Ken Filiano / Michael TA Thompson

Andrea Wolper / Ken Filiano / Michael TA Thompson

Andrea Wolper - voice, compositions
Ken Filiano - bass
Michael TA Thompson - drums, percussion

at 6BC Gardens, NYC - Arts for Art - Oct 2 2016
In Gardens concert series presented by Arts for Art

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Paradoxical Frog

Paradoxical Frog

Ingrid Laubrock - tenor saxophone
Kris Davis - piano
Tyshawn Sorey - drums, percussion

The Stone, NYC - August 1 2014

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Hear In Now

Hear In Now

Mazz Swift - Violin
Tomeka Reid - Cello
Silvia Bolognesi - Double Bass

Center for New Music + Audio Technologies @ UC Berkeley, 09.23.2014

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