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Dafna Naphtali

Dafna Naphtali is a sound-artist and improvisor-composer from an eclectic background of music- making. As singer/guitarist/electronic-musician she performs and composes using custom Max/MSP/ Jitter programs for sound processing of voice and other instruments that she has been writing since 1992. Besides her composing and improvised projects, she co-leads the digital chamber punk ensemble, What is it Like to be a Bat? with Kitty Brazelton ( and has collaborated / performed with Lukas Ligeti, David First, Joshua Fried, Ras Moshe, Alexander Waterman, Kathleen Supové, Hans Tammen, and Sarodist Stephen James, among others


Mike Bullock

Mike Bullock is a bassist, composer, improviser, visual artist, and writer based in Western Massachusetts. Bullock has been performing since the mid 90s at venues across the US and in Europe, including Fylkingen in Stockholm, Sweden; Instants Chavirés in Paris; Café OTO in London; Experimental Intermedia and ISSUE Project Room in New York City; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; and EMPAC in Troy, NY. In June 2015, Bullock received a Performance Grant from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. Bullock is an Ambassador for the Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland.

Jim Goetsch

After studies at North Texas State University and private studies with composer George Russell, Jim Goetsch began as a jazz sax player in the St Louis scene in the 1970s, with his groups opening for Gil Scott-Heron, Tom Scott, Steve Khan among many others. One notable perfromance in St louis was a 1977 concert with George Russell where he was a featured performer. From there he went on to perform with Senegalese drummer Mor Thiam and blues legend Albert King. After that he went into a period of retirment from music, but that interest was rekindled when he became acquainted with Joe Zawinul, famous for his work with Cannonball Adderly, Miles Davis, Weather Report and his own Zawinukl Syndicate


Jesse Koolhaas

Amsterdam based producer, sound designer and movie composer Jesse Koolhaas works with various talented jazz musicians to create a blend of downtempo electronic music with improvisational elements. He records random objects around the house and combines those recordings with sounds coming from his vintage synth collection to create a foundation where musicians can add the final ingredient.


Patrick Gleeson

Patrick Gleeson (born November 9, 1934) is a musician, synthesizer pioneer, composer, producer and engineer, from California, USA. Gleeson began experimenting with electronic music in the mid-'60s at the San Francisco Tape Music Center using a Buchla synth and other devices. In 1968, "upon hearing Wendy Carlos' Switched-On Bach", he bought a Moog synthesizer and opened Different Fur Recording in San Francisco. which had its 50th anniversary in 2018. Gleeson has said, "It was just this little one room studio in the Mission but somehow it became an institution," responsible for many ground-breaking albums and film scores, including Herbie Hancock's Headhunters and Sextant, Brian Eno and David Byrne's My Life in the Bush of Ghosts and Apocalypse Now (where Gleeson led the team of synthesists that created the score)


Gary Powers

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Jana Dagdagan

Jana is an Electronic Musician/Producer in her early 20's currently based in New York City, originally from Honolulu, Hawai'i. She began studying music at the age of 4 and moved to New York to study music in 2011.


Shaun Blezard

Shaun Blezard is a composer and improviser working with digital technology. Currently his interest lies in smart technology and his playing is based around an iPhone and iPad. Touch screen technology, accelerometers and wireless technology are opening up so many avenues of exploration in music and it is becoming much more like playing a traditional instrument.

Shaun has been working with digital/electronic music for 20 years, starting with basic samplers in the 90’s, through various versions of laptop set ups, fx boards and current smart technology. Starting in the world of ambient dance, he has evolved into a skilled electronic musician, playing a range of styles from sound art installations to full on free improv, pushing for new ways of expression working with new technologies and how they integrate with traditional instrumentation.


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