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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 at Duke University

Anthony Braxton at Duke University
Friday Feb.27 8PM

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Anthony Braxton University of Alabama Residency

Anthony Braxton at The University of Alabama
Funded in part by a National Endowment for the Arts “Art Works” grant
Feb.18-25, 2015

Schedule as of 1/2/15 TBC

All concerts FREE and open to the public including Anthony Braxton “Falling River Music” art exhibit of Braxton’s graphic musical scores, Anthony Braxton solo saxophone concert, quartet, Falling River Music Septet (world premiere), Diamond Curtain Wall Music Quintet + Trillium Opera Excerpts, Falling River Music Trio, Pinetop Aerial Music.

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  3. Trio (Florence) 1979 - 11.19 - 2

    Trio (Florence) 1979 - 11.19 - 2

    Anthony Braxton: reeds;Ray Anderson: trombone;Richard Teitelbaum: synthesizer
  4. Trio (Florence) 1979 - 11.19 - 1

    Trio (Florence) 1979 - 11.19 - 1

    Anthony Braxton: reeds;Ray Anderson: trombone;Richard Teitelbaum: synthesizer
  5. Composition No. 245

    Composition No. 245

    Print Music
  6. Composition No. 146 (Moogie and Stetson)

    Composition No. 146 (Moogie and Stetson)

    Taylor Ho Bynum: conductor;Jamie Baum, Domenica Fossati, Michel Gentile, Adrianne Greenbaum, Margaret Lancaster, Erin Lesser, Aleksandra Miglowiec, Leah Paul, Helene Rosenblatt, Peter Standaart, Heather Stegmaier, Sarah Bouchard Stockton: flute;Joseph Daley, Jay Rozen: tuba;Chris Dingman: percussion