Tri-Centric Orchestra

The Tri-Centric Orchestra was founded by Anthony Braxton for the recording of the opera Trillium E in the spring of 2010. The project brought together an extraordinary community of creative artists: a family of artists 60-musicians strong, equally comfortable improvising and interpreting the most rigorous notation, wholly committed to pursuing a new American music. The positive energy of the ensemble inspired the Tri-Centric Foundation to recognize the group needs to be a permanent entity, dedicated to performing the large ensemble works of Braxton and similarly forward-thinking composers, as well as developing the composers and conceptualists within its own ranks. More information about the musicians in the Tri-Centric family is available on theĀ Tri-Centric Orchestra blog.