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Ron Anderson

- US Brooklyn, NY Rock / advant / Progressive

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  • Tue

    Apr 15


    Kyoto, JP | 6:30pm
    METRO
    Kyoto, JP
    Tue Apr 15 6:30pm

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    Ron Anderson (bass, voice), Tatsuya Yoshida (drums, voice), Nonoko Yoshida (sax) with tako jizo, kachi kochi mushi - See more at: http://www.ronanderson-molecules.com

  • Mon

    Apr 14


    Nagoya, JP | 6:30pm
    VALENTINE DRIVE
    Nagoya, JP
    Mon Apr 14 6:30pm

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    Ron Anderson (bass, voice), Tatsuya Yoshida (drums, voice), Nonoko Yoshida (sax) with SAX RUINS, Ryoko Nonoko Sax duo - See more at: http://www.ronanderson-molecules.com/gig/#sthash.Dz04pT73.dpuf

  • Sun

    Apr 13


    Toyohashi, JP | 8:00pm
    House of Crazy
    Toyohashi, JP
    Sun Apr 13 8:00pm

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    PAK - Ron Anderson (bass, voice), Tatsuya Yoshida (drums, voice), Nonoko Yoshida (sax) with SAX RUINS, Ryoko Nonoko Sax duo - See more at: http://www.ronanderson-molecules.com

  • Fri

    Apr 11


    Tokyo, JP | 6:30pm
    Club Goodman
    Tokyo, JP
    Fri Apr 11 6:30pm

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    Ron Anderson's PAK Ron Anderson (bass, voice), Tatsuya Yoshida (drums, voice), Nonoko Yoshida (sax) with Conti, Gilgongo, Le Silo - See more at: http://www.ronanderson-molecules.com

  • 2014

    Mar 17


    New York, NY, US | 8:00pm
    Jack
    New York, NY, US
    Mon Mar 17 8:00pm

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    Isabelle Duthoit, Franz Hautzinger, Brian Chase, Ron Anderson - 8pm 505 1/2 Waverly Ave. Brooklyn NY 11238 Isabelle Duthoit (Clarinet, voice), Franz Hautzinger (trumpet), Brian Chase (drums), Ron Anderson (bass) I have known Isabelle Duthoit from many years and she is one of the most amazing improvisers to be found in Europe. She is coming to North America to do a series of concerts with Austrian trumpet player Franz Hautzinger. I have decided to play bass for this gig and have invited Brian Chase to join us. Born in 1970 in Montargis. Classically trained Isabelle Duthoit is moving quickly towards today’s music working with various ensembles and composers. It finds its rightful place in the world of free improvisation. With the Trio Sofa, project photo phonographic and music, she tries to play the sound (music) in a sound and visual territory daily, listening space and slip into vitality … without staging. As has always been attracted by her voice, she has developed only a singing technique singular language before language. She sings and improvised solo and duet with Phil Minton. In 2008, she was a resident at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto (Japan) to perform a solo vocal performance in relation to the sound world of Noh and Bunraku theater. From 1995 to 2005, it is committed to the creation and improvised music by creating Fruits Festival Mhère “fields of improvisation” with Jacques Di Donato. Since 1997 she teaches clarinet and improvisation at the Conservatoire Departmental Evry (Essonne). Detours often lead to more thrilling goals because they open up new perspectives. Franz Hautzinger has taken long and bendy detours and turned to many dead ends, he has spent years without instrumental activity and has made a hopeful new start. All this, those victories and defeats, this “History from the Total Crash to ‘Emergency Individualism’”, as he himself described it, made Franz Hautzinger the highly profiled musical personality that he is today. The conscious decision to avoid electronic sound sources but to still comprehend the development of digital music on the trumpet – the quarter tone trumpet purchased in 1997 – were decisive stages for the creation of Franz Hautzinger’s sensational solo trumpet CD “Gomberg” (2000) on which he presented this new until then unheard cosmos of sound that he had developed on his instrument. Hautzinger positioned himself with “Gomberg” at the front line of the international improvisation avant-garde; collaborations and CD records with Derek Bailey, the “AMM” veterans Keith Rowe and John Tilbury as well as Axel Dörner, Christian Fennesz or Otomo Yoshihide, and Sachiko M followed. The step into the world of decelerated sound microscopy and from 2003 on the re-discovery of musical sensualism, the confrontation of his trumpet sounds with groove and tunes (“Regenorchester XI” and XII) can be considered as important stages in his development. Franz Hautzinger teaches at the Vienna Music University since 1989, is a member of the Berliner Ensemble “Zeitkratzer” since 1999 and received comissions from Klangforum Vienna amongst others. He is a globetrotter whose unmistakeable musical signature is known from Vienna to Berlin, London to Beirut, or in Tokyo, New York, and Chicago. Franz Hautzinger has shown that even in times where postmodernism is history an instrument can still be reinvented. Brian Chase plays in the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. He was ranked at #50 in Gigwise's list of The Greatest Drummers of All Time. He has performed in a number of experimental duos with other musicians such as Stefan Tcherepnin and Seth Misterka, with whom he released a CD Duo on the Australian Heathen Skulls label in 2007.Other musicians he has played with include Jessica Pavone, Mary Halvorson, Moppa Elliott, and groups Oakley Hall, Blarvuster, and klezmer fusionists The Sway Machinery. In May 2010 the Chase/Misterka Duo performed at the Melbourne International Jazz Festivaland then a month long Australian tour. A second record The Shape of Sound was released to coincide - See more at: http://www.ronanderson-molecules.com

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