So far, in 2019, Tri-Centric has supported workshops around the world including in Sweden and in Japan, partnered with two youth ensembles and offered performance practice guidance to numerous artists and ensembles interested in performing Braxton works. We released a box set documenting Anthony Braxton’s Syntactical Ghost Trance Music in its entirety. Now we are headed to Berlin to open Jazzfest Berlin with Braxton’s epic Sonic Genome performance.
We are also the keeper of Anthony Braxton's massive and growing archive which includes over 10,000 to 20,000 pieces of print material in the form of over 400 scores and parts, various writings, cassettes, videos, and ephemera. In recognition of our efforts, we received the support of the GRAMMY Museum® Grant Program in 2018 and CLIR Recordings at Risk Grant this year to digitize the audiovisual component of our archive.
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