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About Aphrodite

ABOUT APHRODITE comprises Gilda Razani on Theremin / soprano saxophone / The Pipe (a voice / breath / mouth-controlled dynamic FX processor and synthesizer from SOMA) / live electronics, Hans Wanning on piano / synthesizers / live electronics, and features Jaime Moraga Vasques on drums / percussion / vocals. Their music is a progressive crossover between jazz improvisation, classical and electronic music. After their debut album Polaris was well received in September 2018, ABOUT APHRODITE is releasing their sophomore album Future Memories in October 2020. The record is a reflection on the crises of planet Earth as a whole; the climate, and a questioning of the future. A truly multicultural group, whilst based in eastern Germany, Razani is part Persian and Moraga Vasques is half Chilean half Spanish


Alex Wing


Alex Wing is a guitarist, bassist, oud player and creative musician living in Chicago. In addition to leading his own groups (Alex Wing Group, People In Trouble) He has played with Nicole Mitchell, David Boykin, Shanta Nurullah, Magic Carpet, Wanees Zarour, Hanah Jon Taylor, Douglas Ewart, Avreeayl Ra, Issa Boulos, Jeff Marx, Saalik Ziyad, and many more. Wing is a co-founder of Sonic Healing Ministries (with David Boykin, Nicole Mitchell, Joel Wanek, Ben Boye, Jayve Montgomery and Dan Godston), which has run a free improvisation jam session on the south side of Chicago on and off for almost 20 years.


Andrew Joron

Since 2008 Andrew Joron has played theremin in various free-improv and ambient-music ensembles, including Cloud Shepherd. Joron has written an essay, "The Theremin in My Life," on the relation between his literary and musical activities.


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