Vision 19 Honors A New Generation Of Vision Artists


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Honoring a New Generation of Vision Artists.

Music and Art calls each generation. The Vision continues with important younger artists like Mary Halvorson and Susan Alcorn and Fay Victor with Tyshawn Sorrey.

There are a few excellent young musicians playing with Charles Gayle, like Shayna Dulberger, Ingrid Laubrock and Mazz Swift.

Michael Wimberly has put together an eclectic group of younger and older musicians and dancers. On Saturday we are featuring two younger groups, Tarbaby with Nasheet Waits, Eric Revis, Orrin Evans and Nicole Mitchells band Sonic Projections with David Boykins, Craig Taborn and Chad Taylor.

We will celebrate what will be the future of Vision as well with students musicians performing on Saturday afternoon.

Thursday at Vision Festival.

6:30 CHILE•NEW YORK•AfghanIRAQ by Michael Lucio Sternbach

FILM documenting the work of Jeff Schlanger. Music by William Parker & Roy Campbell.

7:00 Steve Dalachinsky reading from the work of Amiri Baraka + his own poetry.

7:15 Wimberly’s Harlem Ensemble “Signs & Rituals"

Michael Wimberly – drums, percussion
Antoine Roney – tenor & soprano saxophone
Larry Roland – bass
Nioka Workman – cello
Dyane Harvey-Salaam, Soulemayne Bodolo – dance, choreography

8:15 Mary Halvorson + Susan Alcorn

Mary Halvorson – electric guitar
Susan Alcorn – pedal steel guitar

9:15 Cardinal Points.

Ned Rothenberg – alto, clarinets, shakuhachi
Gamin – piri, taepyeongso, saengwhang
Samita Sinha – vocals, performance
Satoshi Takeishi – percussion

10:15 Peter Brötzmann + Hamid Drake + William Parker

Peter Brötzmann – reeds
Hamid Drake – drums, percussion
William Parker – bass

509 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY

Daily Admission: $30 per day / $20 students & seniors
5-day pass: $140 / VIP Pass $270 At the door or online.

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