Briggan Krauss on Afternoon New Music: Monday, June 2nd at 3PM
Join us this Monday, June 2nd, on Afternoon New Music for a live interview with saxophonist and composer Briggan Krauss. Krauss is a frequent performer in the New York avant garde scene, collaborating with musicians such as John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Bill Frisell, Anthony Coleman, Satoko Fuji, The New York Composer's Orchestra, and many others. He has an upcoming residency at the Stone from June 10-15, where he will perform with a variety of his ensembles. Listen!
Saxophonist, composer and sound artist Briggan Krauss has been a strong presence on the New York creative music scene since 1994. He is a founding member of the band Sexmob, has played on Grammy Award winning and nominated recordings, and leads several of his own projects as well as collaborating with many other improvisers and composers in New York City and around the world. He is currently an MFA student in Brooklyn College's “Performance and Interactive Media Arts” [PIMA] program.
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