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February 3, 2013 Swedish pianist Sten Sandell is one of the key figures in the Scandinavian free jazz and improvisation scene: a visionary and experienced musician who has developed a profound musical language. He is a member of the Gush trio, with
Presents offers three new improvisation-based dance works. One work "began as a memoir and channels a powerful stream of my family karma as a queer, indigenous, multimedia performance-based healing artist." by Steve Sucato Wendell Cooper GIA T...
Jason Moran Published: 2013-01-21 All About Jazz is celebrating Jason Moran's birthday today! Since his formidable emergence on the music scene in the late 90s, jazz pianist Jason Moran has proven more than his brilliance as a performer.
More info on Improvised Shakespeare Company at improvisedshakespeare.com. Photo courtesy Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts The Improvised Shakespeare Company creates a fully improvised play at each performance using the language and themes of
Along with his epic piano improvisations, which amount almost to a new and unclassifiable genre of music, in 1976 Jarrett recorded some similar works on the 18th-century organ at the Benedictine abbey of Ottobeuren, Bavaria...As completely free
It will be an alma mater mash-up in this Generation Y improv battle royale as alumni of Chicago Improv Productions' College Improv Tournament (CIT) play together in the debut of the CIT Alumni League featuring eight talented teams. The 16-week
Times-Standard Christ Church Concert Series begins its fifth season with a heavy hitter in the world of professional organists. Carol Williams, the San Diego Civic Organist, will play the church's well-known pipe organ on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m...For
Colleen O'Keefe believes succeeding in the art of improvisation can be summed up in one word: Trust. O'Keefe, who takes drama courses at Diablo Valley College, said that it takes courage and having the right mindset when you're on stage to be an
Like many buildings of its age, it suffered considerable damage during the Great East Japan Earthquake, and its owner had consigned its fate to simple demolition. Earlier this year, however, the building's three-week final farewell event, Hagionalle
The Jerusalem Playback Theater will hold a workshop including theatrical exercises and improvisation from audience participants. The event will be held at the Moishe House on Thursday December 27th.