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Nostradamus Improv Fest (Day 3)

Wednesday, November 29, 1995. 8:00 pm
Day 3 of the Improv Festival which, over the course of the run, included Jim Staley and J.A. Deane, trombones; Ikue Mori, drum machines; Fred […]

Nostradamus Improv Fest (Day 2)

Tuesday, November 28, 1995. 8:00 pm
Day 2 of the Improv Festival which, over the course of the run, included Jim Staley and J.A. Deane, trombones; Ikue Mori, drum machines; Fred […]

Nostradamus Improv Fest (Day 1)

Monday, November 27, 1995. 8:00 pm
Day 3 of the Improv Festival which, over the course of the run, included Jim Staley and J.A. Deane, trombones; Ikue Mori, drum machines; Fred […]

J.A. Deane

Thursday, November 9, 1995. 8:00 pm
Trombone, flute, sampler Over a career spanning four decades multi-instrumentalist, sound-designer, conductor Dino J.A. Deane has demonstrated a […]

J.A. Deane and Martin Schutz

Friday, April 3, 1992. 9:00 pm
The electro-trombonist and electric cellist in a four-channel spatial jacuzzi of processed, dislocated acoustic sounds; bowed cymbals and blown […]

J.A. Deane & Colleen Mulvihill

Saturday, November 4, 1989. 8:00 pm
Composer/choreographer collaborations | Co-presented with Movement Research, Inc.

Bill Horvitz, Butch Morris, and J.A. Deane

Saturday, September 28, 1985. 9:00 pm
Electric guitar, cornet, electric trombone.

J.A. Deane & Colleen Mulvahill

Thursday, November 29, 1984. 9:00 pm
“How They Make Hawaiian Music”, a performance by the electrombonist and the choreographer.