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 Patrick Higgins (2 Albums, 3 Tracks)

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Described by The New Yorker magazine as one of the "prime movers of the local avant-garde", and an "exacting avant-classical guitarist" by TimeOut NY, Patrick Higgins(b.1984) is a New York based composer/performer of experimental chamber music. Higgins is a graduate of Columbia University, where he studied philosophy and comparative literature. An active presence in the NYC independent music scene since 2004, Higgins composed and played guitar in the post-rock duo Animal. Recently, he has turned his attentions to the Baroque, arranging and performing the music of J.S. Bach for solo guitar and quadraphonic stereo electronics: Bachanalia. Among numerous other compositions for small ensemble and chamber orchestra, a recording of Higgins' String Quartet No.2 is currently in production with the MIVOS Quartet. A record of video-game inspired electronic works is now available on ELE Records, Monkey Mountain. Higgins was on tour in the US and in residence at Zebulon Brooklyn for the month of April with Diamond Terrifier.

"polyglot NYC composer" and "out-of-the-box classical guitarist" 
part of "New York's generation of up-and-coming composers" - Time Out NY

"classical composer [...] well known as a gifted guitarist at home on the more brutal, punky fringes of the prog-rock community" - The New Yorker

"[Bachanalia] is almost unstoppable. Relentlessly pretty. And sounding as though it's been Patrick Higgins' lifetime-achievement goal to sound flawless on guitar [...] Just, the most important part is performance. Watching the flow of [Higgins] music through their entire body floods your senses." 
Tiny Mix Tapes


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