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I recently had the priveledge of witnessing Tatsuya Nakatani at Mexicains Sans Frontieres. His avant garde percussion performance was impressive to say the least…
His performance utilised 3 massive gongs, a smaller (18inch?) gong, some prayer bowls, a few misc. objects and a kick/snare/tom combo all assembled in a cirlce formation. Nakatani also used his hand-made bows to vibrate the edges of the gongs to create a sort of hell-bent theremin effect that was impressively powerful. Continue reading
Hugo Claudin and Mexicains Sans Frontieres has done so much to keep the avant garde art and music scene in Grand Rapids alive. Here is a link to the Rapidian article about the “Save the Space;MSF” benefit on Friday October … Continue reading
I met Anja McCloskey @ Mexicains Sans Frontieres on Wednesday Feb 16, 2011. This was the 3rd stop on a tour of the US that would take them through 8 states for 9 shows over the course of 9 days. The rest of the band was to meet them later in Chicago for this tour.
Even though McCloskey and her violinist Mike Kinney had driven over 1,000 miles in 3 days, they were excited to be in Grand Rapids to share their music with the eager crowd. Continue reading
Hugo Claudin from Mexicains Sans Frontieres recently gave me a cool break down of the jazz underground in New York, from back in the hey-days of the early jazz movement.
originally posted in the Rapidian Mark Helias, the renowned jazz double bassist from New Brunswick, New Jersey will be making a stop in Grand Rapids MI on Nov 7th at Mexicains Sans Frontieres. Known for his work with many jazz greats … Continue reading
European Jazz Legends in Grand Rapids: Carl Ludwig Hubsch & Longrun Development of the Universe Trio
The experimentalist jazz pioneer Carl Ludwig Hubsch is bringing his Longrun Development of the Universe Trio to Mexicains Sans Frontieres on Tuesday November 2nd. Renowned for his unconventional style of playing on the tuba, Hubsch will perform his avant garde brand of sound art along with Mathias Schubert on tenor saxophone, and Wolter Wierbos on trombone. Continue reading