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Anat Fort Trio in New York & Baltimore
(Published: October 05, 2010)

Anat Fort Trio will play on October 7th at Birdland, New York City at 6.00pm.

"And If" is the second ECM album from Anat Fort. Where "A Long Story" was essentially a production project, the new disc puts the focus on Anat's regular trio with Gary Wang and Roland Schneider, a group which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary as a working band. They have hundreds of concerts behind them, yet "And If" is the first recorded documentation of their trio playing.

October 7th: New York, NY - Birdland
October 9th: Baltimore, MD - An Die Musik

For more information about the North American Tour Dates, please visit the website below.

More Information: http://player.ecmrecords.com/fort

Submitted By:
ECM Records
tina.pelikan@umusic.com


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