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TranceFormation: Crothers/Filiano/Wolper

TranceFormation subverts expectation on several counts. From the first moment, this seemingly traditional piano-bass-vocal formation leaves tradition behind: there are no assumed or assigned roles; no singer "in front," no instruments "in back," no leader, no sideplayers. Instead, three musical "voices" join to make music cooperatively as they weave in, out, and among one another, extending, bending, and experimenting with the sonic capabilities of their respective instruments. The group welcomes the inherent mystery of the music making process: the altered, trance- like state that is the source of free and uninhibited expression; deep listening; curiosity; the depth of trust��"in the self, in one another, in the music��"that allows them to be in the musical moment with ears and hearts wide open. With every concert, Connie, Ken, and Andrea celebrate more than ten years of musical collaboration, inspiration, and abiding friendship

Album

Nautilus

Label: Workin' Label
Released: 2014
Track listing: Biancaneve; Impro; Ninna Nanna; Gold Ochre, Blue Violet; Kronos; Mr. Hopkins; Majurada; Over the Rainbow.

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Article: Album Review

Tran(ce)formation Quartet: Nautilus

Read "Nautilus" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Costituitosi nel 2006 attorno a Giorgia Santoro e Adolfo La Volpe, il Tran(ce)formation Quartet ha già prodotto nel 2011 un CD per la Leo, Entrance, di cui questo Nautilus, inciso nel febbraio 2013, rappresenta il naturale sviluppo, confermando l'angolo visuale proprio del quartetto pugliese, di scheletro jazzistico, però con una sensibilità ben più ampia che abbraccia ...

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News: Recording

"Tranceformation In Concert”: October 9 Release By Connie Crothers / Ken Filiano / Andrea Wolper

"Tranceformation In Concert”: October 9 Release By Connie Crothers / Ken Filiano / Andrea Wolper

TranceFormation, the improvising trio of Connie Crothers (piano), Ken Filiano (bass), and Andrea Wolper (voice), subverts expectation on several counts. From the first moment, this seemingly traditional bass-vocal-piano formation leaves tradition behind: there are no assumed or assigned roles, no leader, no side players. Instead, three strongly individual “voices" join to make music cooperatively as they ...


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