Myra Melford, Marty Ehrlich, and Trio M
Mark Dresser rose to prominence playing with Anthony Braxton’s legendary quartet and has since performed and recorded with some of the strongest players in contemporary music including Bobby Bradford, Anthony Davis, Fred Frith, Diamanda Galas, and John Zorn, among many others.
Equally fluent on clarinet, saxophone, and flute, Marty Ehrlich has been hailed as “one of the most formidable multi-instrumentalists since Eric Dolphy...the jazz dream musician” (The Village Voice). In 2004, Ehrlich was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Composition.
Flexible, subtle drummer Matt Wilson gained a strong reputation with his debut recording as a leader, a 1996 set for Palmetto that prominently features tenor saxophonist Dewey Redman.
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