Tricentric Foundation

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The Tri-Centric Foundation

The Tri-Centric Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that supports the ongoing work and legacy of Anthony Braxton, while also cultivating and inspiring the next generation of creative artists to pursue their own visions with the kind of idealism and integrity Braxton has demonstrated throughout his long and distinguished career.

The Tri-Centric Foundation's activities are supported in part by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, through the Doris Duke Performing Artist Award and the MAP Fund (also supported in part by the Mellon Foundation), the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, MediaThe Foundation, the Charles and Cerise Jacobs Charitable Foundation, the Torsten Wiesel Commissioning Award, our individual donors, the board and membership of the Tri-Centric Foundation, and friendly experiencers everywhere.
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Anthony Braxton in Poland Nov.28

Anthony Braxton Quintet in Poland Nov.28, 2015

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Big Ears Festival (April 2016)

Anthony Braxton and Tri-Centric will be at the Big Ears Festival in 2016.

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  2. Trillium J: The Non-Unconfessionables - Composition No. 380

    Trillium J: The Non-Unconfessionables - Composition No. 380

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    Vocalists: Roland Burks, bass (Zakko), Kelvin Chan, baritone (Ashmenton), Tomas Cruz, tenor (Joreo), Lucy Dhegrae, soprano (Helena), Chris DiMeglio, baritone (Bubba John Jack), Kristin Fung, mezzo (Alva), Nick Hallett, tenor (David), Kyoko Kitamura, soprano (Ntzockie), Kamala Sankaram, soprano (Sundance), Elizabeth Saunders, mezzo (Kim), Jen Shyu, soprano (Shala), Vince Vincent, tenor (Ojuwain) Instrumental Soloists: Vincent Chancey (French horn), Jacob Garchik (baritone horn), Jim Hobbs (alto saxophone), Ingrid Laubrock (soprano saxophone), Domenica Fossati (flute),Oscar Noriega (clarinet), Dan Peck (tuba), Reut Regev (trombone), Stephanie Richards (trumpet), Katie Scheele (English horn), Josh Sinton (bass clarinet), Libby Van Cleve (oboe) Dancers: Rachel Bernsen, Melanie Maar Orchestra:; Violin: Erica Dicker (concertmaster), Sam Bardfeld, Sarah Bernstein, Julianne Carney, Jason Hwang, Mazz Swift, Scott Tixier, Ginger Dolden; Viola: Amy Cimini, Jessica Pavone, Erin Wight; Cello: Marika Hughes, Tomeka Reid, Tomas Ulrich; Bass: Ken Filiano, Mark Helias; Flute: Leah Paul, Domenica Fossati; Oboe/English horn: Kathy Halvorson, Katie Scheele, Libby Van Cleve; Clarinet/saxophone: Mike McGinnis, Jim Hobbs, Ingrid Laubrock, Oscar Noriega, Josh Sinton; Bassoon: Sara Schoenbeck, Katherine Young; French horn: Nathan Koci, Vincent Chancey; Trumpet: Gareth Flowers, Stephanie Richards; Trombone: Jacob Garchik, Reut Regev; Tuba: Dan Peck; Percussion: David Shively; Harp: Jacqui Kerrod Conductor/Composer/Librettist: Anthony Braxton
  3. Quintet (Tristano) 2014

    Quintet (Tristano) 2014

    Anthony Braxton: piano Eivind Opsvik: bass Mike Szekely: drums Jackson Moore: alto and baritone saxophones (left channel) André Vida: tenor, sopranino, bass, contrabass, and c-melody saxophones (right channel)
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    Composition No. 255

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