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Ancient And Modern Music Meet Under The Neo-Gothic Arches Of The Church Of The Incarnation (NYC) on Friday, June 7


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An all-star cast of early music and jazz artists join forces to present a music concert with the theme of Hidden Dimensions—influences that we feel but cannot see, such as gravity, love, hope, pain, and music. Featuring Sarah Pillow, voice; John Mark Rozendaal, vielle; Christopher Preston Thompson, voice and gothic harp; Marc Wagnon, vibraphone; Alexandra Ridout, trumpet; David Kikoski, piano; Hamish Smith, bass; and Mike Clark, drums.

This third concert of the series takes place on Friday, June 7 at 6 pm at Church of the Incarnation, 209 Madison Avenue, NYC.

Critics say

Sarah Pillow: “a genuinely genre-busting voice, full and vivid”—Washington Post

Marc Wagnon: “Forward-thinking composing supported by spectacular musicianship.”—All About Jazz

John Mark Rozendaal: “splendid”—Chicago Tribune (and) “breathtaking”—Sun-Times

Christopher Preston Thompson: “a versatile, funny, game and attractive…obviously well-trained singer.”—Opera News

Alexandra Ridout: “... obviously a player of huge promise.”—London Jazz News

Dave Kikoski: “Every solo is a model of tastefulness and technical brilliance... ”—All About Jazz

Hamish Smith: “Mr. Smith swings magnificently whether he is walking or in any other rhythmic mode.”—LatinJazzNet

Mike Clark: “[He's] not a revivalist: he was actually there, anchoring Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, laying down the kinds of funky beats and snappy solos that have made him one of hip-hop's favorite sample-sources.”—Washington Post

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