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The final question was about the sympathetic resonance of Big Ears hosting the celebration. Torn said if feels right: he had been wanting to perform at the festival for a long time. It caters to audiences open to things they have not heard before. Bärtsch expressed interest in finding out more about how the festival works. Lake commented that disparate artists like free-jazz saxophonist Evan Parker and eclectic folk musician Rhiannon Giddens felt complimentary at the festival.

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