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Adventures in Time and Space by Alchemy Sound Project

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Album Title: Adventures in Time and Space
Label: ARC - Artists Recording Collective
Released: 2018


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About the Album

"Adventures in Time and Space" is the title track from Alchemy Sound Project's second release. The tune was composed by saxophonist Erica Lindsay. The album blends jazz, classical and world traditions in striking and inventive ways. It features the core members of Alchemy Sound Project - pianist Sumi Tonooka, saxophonist Erica Lindsay, trumpet player Samantha Boshnack, bassist David Arend, and multi-reedist Salim Washington - plus trombonist Michael Spearman and drummer Johnathan Blake. The five core members of Alchemy Sound Project were initially brought together by the Jazz Composers Orchestra Institute, a program of the American Composers Orchestra and the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University that encourages jazz composers to explore writing music for symphony orchestra.


Date featured

July 9, 2018

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