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Joseph Bowie/Adam Rudolph Duet
March 20, 2012 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EDT
Free Jazz and electronica meet the rhythms of the world. Adam Rudolph and Joseph Bowie first performed together in 2000 at Lincoln Center with Yusef Lateef. They have collaborated in numerous projects since then, including a trio with Omar Sosa and, most recently, in Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures. Their music is grounded in the American improvisational tradition while embracing music forms, languages, instrumentation, and cosmologies of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the African Diaspora.
Decades of performance and research into these music cultures have given the artists the background and experience to create a unique and unprecedented improvisational art form.
Joseph Bowie: trombone, electronics, vocal, harmonica, congas, djembe, percussion; and Adam Rudolph: handrumset (congas, djembe, tarija), frame drum, thumb pianos, gongs, percussion and multiphonic singing, sintir, piano
Co-sponsored by iEAR Presents! and the Arts Department at RPI.
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