Anthony Braxton Octet + Tri-Centric Project Ensemble
Anthony Braxton is recognized as one of the most important musicians, educators, and creative thinkers of the past 50 years, highly esteemed in the creative music community for the revolutionary quality of his work and for the mentorship and inspiration he has provided to generations of younger musicians.
Drawing upon a disparate mix of influences from John Coltrane to Karlheinz Stockhausen to Native American music, Braxton has created a unique musical system that celebrates the concept of global creativity and our shared humanity.
His work examines core principles of improvisation, structural navigation and ritual engagement-innovation, spirituality and intellectual investigation.
His many accolades include a 1981 Guggenhiem Fellowship, a 1994 MacArthur Fellowship, a 2013 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award and a 2014 NEA Jazz Master Award.
Anthony Braxton Octet
Anthony Braxton – saxophones and composition
Erica Dicker – violin
Jean Cook – violin
Tomeka Reid – cello
Ingrid Laubrock – tenor sax
Miriam Overlach – harp
Jacqueline Kerrod – harp
Dan Peck – tuba
Tri-Centric Project Ensemble
Kyoko Kitamura – voice (NY)
Sofia Jernberg – voice (Stockholm)
Lisa Ullén – piano (Stockholm)
Erica Dicker – violin (NY)
Tomeka Reid – cello (NY)
Finn Loxbo – guitar (Stockholm)
Elsa Bergman – contrabass (Stockholm)
Carl Testa – contrabass & electronics (New Haven)
Ville Bromander – contrabass (Stockholm)
Susana Santos Silva – trumpet (Stockholm)
Ingrid Laubrock – tenor saxophone (NY)
Isak Hedtjärn – clarinet (Stockholm)
Johan Arrias – saxophone & clarinet (Stockholm)
Dan Peck – tuba (NY)
Erik Carlsson – drums & percussion (Stockholm)
Mattias Stahl – vibraphone (Stockholm)
This event is produced in collaboration with The Trio-Centric Foundation — a not-for-profit organization that supports the ongoing work and legacy of Anthony Braxton, while also cultivating and inspiring the next generation of creative artists to pursue their own visions with the kind of idealism and integrity Braxton has demonstrated throughout his long and distinguished career.
This event is part of the Fourth Edition Festival for Other Music that takes place over four days in Stockholm at MDT, Eric Ericssonhallen and Fylkingen with performances by Anthony Braxton’s ZIM Music Octet and a 16 person strong Tri-Centric Project Ensemble playing his music, concert works and an installation by Annea Lockwood, the full live ensemble version of Sarah Hennies experimental documentary/music work ‘Contralto’ and concerts by Catherine Lamb & Johnny Chang‘s Viola Torros project, Oren Ambarchi & Crys Cole, Kassel Jaeger and a specially commissioned collaboration between Cara Tolmie and Stine Janvin.
Anthony Braxton photo by Fabio Lugaro.
Supported by Musikverket, Stockholm Stad, Stockholms Lan and Kulturrådet.
8 februari, 2019 19:30
Edition Festival for Other Music // firstname.lastname@example.org
250 (regular ticket) / 150 (students, members) / 500 (festival pass)