Henry Threadgill Zooid
Henry Threadgill, flute, bass flute, and alto saxophone
Christopher Hoffman, cello
Liberty Ellman, acoustic guitar
Jose Davila, trombone/tuba
Elliot Kavee, drums
Celebrated as one of the most forward-thinking American musicians, Pulitzer Prize winner Henry Threadgill has forged a legendary career in unconventional territory—challenging bedrock ideas about jazz and exploring new approaches to composing and improvising. For this exciting Spoleto debut, Threadgill’s Zooid quintet (an unorthodox combination of reeds, acoustic guitar, cello, tuba, and drums) presents a performance at once radical, reverent, and remarkable.
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- Jazz Talks, June 5