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Kyoko Kitamura at New Revolution Arts Saturday Sept 17
(Published: September 14, 2016)

Tri-Centric Research & Development grantee Kyoko Kitamura will be presenting her new compositions at New Revolution Arts (Brooklyn, NY) this Saturday September 17. Kyoko Kitamura is a vocal improviser, bandleader and composer, most recently known for her work with saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton (Anthony Braxton Trio, opera Trillium E and J, Syntactical Ghost Trance Music Choir, etc.). The idea of the Tri-Centric "Research & Development Micro-grant" is to provide a small infusion of capital to support new creative projects: to allow for additional rehearsal or composing time, to supplement funds for a recording or concert or tour, or some other use that can help propel a new idea forwards. The 2016 R&D grantees are Andrew Raffo Dewar, Tomas Fujiwara, Kyoko Kitamura, Tomeka Reid, Stephanie Richards, and Katherine Young. The project is supported by the Friendship Fund, JazzRightNow.com, and the Cultural Development Fund of NYC's Department of Cultural Affairs.

Saturday, September 17
New Revolution Arts
7 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn (Bushwick)

8 pm--Jason Rigby Double Drums: Rigby (reeds), Jeff Davis (drums), Mark Ferber (drums)
9 pm--Kyoko Kitamura's Tidepool Fauna: Kitamura (voice), Ingrid Laubrock (saxophones), Ken Filiano (bass)
10 pm--Velocity Duo: Lauren Lee (voice), Charley Sabatino (bass)

Access: J/M/L Trains, B38/B52/B54/B60/Q24 Buses

Tri-Centric Foundation website

Kyoko Kitamura's website

More Information: http://https://jazzrightnow.com/new-revolution-arts-series/

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