Brandon Lopez, a Puerto Rican/American bassist, composer and improviser working at the fringes of contemporary music, presents a new set of material for solo bass and celebrates his new solo record on TAO forms.
His playing has led him to work with the luminaries of the contemporary avant garde like Fred Moten, Gerald Cleaver, and John Zorn. He was a featured soloist with the New York Philharmonic and has been the recipient of numerous awards by organizations like the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Jerome Foundation.
“extended techniques, bowed strings that unearth wild harmonics, plucked rumblings, and low funk rootings—each conjured from a deep sense of what is being called for in a moment.” –The Cleveland Review of Books
A livestream will be available free of charge at 8pm on the day of the performance and archived for future viewing. Watch below or on YouTube.