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Article: Album Review

Satoko Fujii: Stone

Read "Stone" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


There is something reassuring in Satoko Fujii's solo work, even in its most distant forms. While the pianist and composer doesn't repeat the past, the unexpected character of her music is itself the Fujii brand. In a 2018 All About Jazz interview, she spoke of her desire to create music never heard before. With Stone, she ...

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News: Festival

The New Frequencies Festival: February 4–7 At Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, San Francisco

The New Frequencies Festival: February 4–7 At Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, San Francisco

An adventurous underground music festival, New Frequencies Fest: [email protected] will present exclusive performances and one-time-only events from trans-generational and revolutionary artists, composers and trailblazer musicians whose work blends a variety of influences, genres, traditions, and styles. [email protected] is part of a two year artist’s residency featuring Myra Melford,the award-winning pianist, composer, Guggenheim Fellow and 2013 Doris ...


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