Ayumi Ishito, Federico Balducci,Vivienne Aerts, Rose Tang, Mike Clemow, October 30, 8 PM, Livestream
You are invited to watch a great night of improvization and experimentation featuring Ayumi Ishito, Federico Balducci, Vivienne Aerts, Rose Tang and Mike Clemo, Saturday, October 30, 8 PM, Livestream.
You are invited to watch a great night of improvization and experimentation featuring Ayumi Ishito, Federico Balducci, Vivienne Aerts, Rose Tang and Mike Clemow, Saturday, October 30, 8 PM, livestreamed on YouTube.
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Ayumi Ishito was born and raised in Ishikawa, Japan. At the age of 19, she began playing tenor saxophone in a college big band at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto.In 2007, Ayumi received a scholarship to attend Berkee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She spent three years there studying performance and composition. At Berklee, she studied with George Garzone, Hal Crook, and Frank Tiberi.After graduating from Berklee, Ayumi moved to New York in 2010. Currently, Ayumi is a regular member of The Jazz Thieves, GADADU, The Eighty-pound Pug, Platypus Revenge and Big Squid performing and recording for numerous projects.Federico BalducciThe music of Puerto Rican guitarist and composer
Federico Balducci can be described as a mixture of classical and ambient music with unusually intricate harmonies.Currently, Federico mostly works on film score for short films and documentaries.
Vivienne Aerts Originally from the Netherlands, vocalist, and songstress, Vivienne Aerts is barely categorizable in genre or style. She plays in band formation, duo, solo, supplemented with synthesizer, loop station, and effects. Vivienne surprises challenges and tells stories. Her lyrics travel to the core of recognition; talk to the soul and open a barrel of emotions. Heartbreaking, singing of happiness, sometimes humorous, she tells about the things that make life beautiful.
Rose Tang is a Brooklyn-based writer, artist and activist from Sichuan. She campaigns on human rights in the United States, China, Hong Kong and Tibet. Tang's activism stems from her survival from the Tiananmen Massacre as a student protester.
Mike Clemow is a conceptual sound artist based in Brooklyn, NY. His practice is focused around the idea of listening as a creative act and explores the positions of listening and being listened to and what it means to know-with-the-ear. He makes installations, interventions and performances using field recordings, photographs, and objects, placing the artist, or the audience in some relationship with the act of listening, often specific to a particular site or sites.