Chicago-based cellist, composer and educator, Tomeka Reid has been described as "a remarkably versatile player," (Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune). Equally adept in classical and jazz contexts, Ms. Reid predominantly finds herself in experimental and improvisatory settings and composes for a wide range of instrumentation, from big band to chamber ensemble. Ms. Reid's music combines her love for groove along with freer concepts. She performs in collaboration with the 33rd Annual Seattle Improvised Music Festival along with musicians Amelia Coulter (trombone), Ruby Dunphy (drums), Stephen Fandrich (piano), Evan Flory-Barnes (bass), Logan Hone (sax), Ha-Yang Kim (cello), Katie Levine (piano), Carmen Rothwell (bass), Paul Rucker (cello) & dancers.|
The Seattle Improvised Music Festival (SIMF) is the longest-running festival in the US dedicated solely to music that is completely improvised: no scores, no plans, no safety net. This is truly "music of the moment," allowing artists from diverse musical backgrounds to meet up in an atmosphere of spontaneity, intuition, playfulness, and discovery.
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PONCHO Concert Hall (Kerry Hall, Cornish College of the Arts) (View)
710 E. Roy Street
Seattle, WA 98102
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