Recorded at the end of a weeklong residency, it presents this music in a glorious new light.
KATA: Cimatica Remota from Gene Coleman on Vimeo. Story by Neda Ulaby, NPR Composer Gene Coleman, a Guggenheim-winning luminary in the worlds of experimental film and avant-garde music, is more the type to show up for a residency at a prestigious music festival rather than at the Olympics. “I’m not a big sports person,” he confesses. But Coleman grew up…
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