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LOCATION:west coast, united states
  • sabrina siegel
  • bryan day
  • tom djll
  • bob marsh
sabrina siegel, free improviser/composer and visual artist, explores self through awareness of the relationship of body/expression with nature/chance in the creation of works where nature is invited (i.e.playing guitar with rocks) to compromise her compositional control.  bryan day is an improviser, instrument inventor, illustrator and installation artist based in richmond, ca. his work involves combining elements of the natural and man-made world using field recordings, custom audio generation software and homemade instruments. day’s work explores the parallels between the patterns and systems in nature to those in contemporary society.  tom djll. studied music at berklee school of music, colorado college,
creative music studio, mills college. studied with anthony braxton, roscoe mitchell, karl berger, lester bowie, leo smith, george lewis, pauline oliveros, alvin curran. advanced degrees from mills college and deep listening organization. develops the trumpet’s wide sonic array of extended techniques. incorporates complex noises, gritty textures, melodic gestures, asymmetrical formal structures. lifelong study of improvised music. actively performing since 1980. bob marsh is a well seasoned improviser whose work has involved shaping sounds words images ideas. originally from detroit, marsh arrived in the bay area in 2000 after ten years in chicago where he played with most of the avant improvisers in that rich and varied scene. since his arrival on the west coast, multi-instrumentalist and composer marsh has been busy with several projects including – string theory, the che guevarra memorial marching (and stationary) accordion band, robot martians, out of the blue chamber ensemble, opera viva, the quintessentials, and the illuminated orchestra. currently active with solo work involving violin, voice and tap shoes; cello; accordion; vibraphone; electronics.