Werkstattkonzert 1. Set

Fr, 16. Dezember 2016 – 20:15 ics

Josh Sinton is a Brooklyn-based baritone saxophonist, bass clarinetist and creative musician. He is part of the renaissance of creative activity that has been happening over the past 10 years in Brooklyn that includes musicians such as Mary Halvorson, Nate Wooley, Travis Laplante and Ingrid Laubrock. Currently he leads the innovative Steve Lacy-repertory band Ideal Bread (with Kirk Knuffke, Tomas Fujiwara and Adam Hopkins) as well as the trio musicianer (with Chad Taylor and Jason Ajemian). He is a long-standing member of the Nate Wooley Quintet and the Tri-Centric Orchestra and spent many years as a member of Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society (appearing on both of their Grammy-nominated albums) as well as the Burnt Sugar Arkestra. He has led groups across the U.S. as well as on the stages of the Moers Festival in Germany and the Bimhuis in Amsterdam. He's played at numerous festivals including Newport Jazz, Tampere Jazz Happening, London Jazz, North Sea Jazz, BMW Jazz, Montreal Jazz and Jazztopad.
Since arriving in New York City in 2004, Josh Sinton has worked with a wide cross- section of the city’s musical community including Anthony Braxton, John Zorn, Vijay Iyer, Nico Muhly, Andrew D’Angelo and Megan Schubert. He has also contributed essays to the web-based blogs of SoundAmerican.org, Do The Math, Destination:out and Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society. Sinton has been nominated to the Downbeat Critics' and Readers' Polls, the Jazz Times Poll and the El Intruso International Critics' Poll three years in a row. He has also worked as a composer and sound designer at Steppenwolf Studio, Bailiwick Theater and Links Hall.

  • Josh Sinton – Saxophon

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