The saxophonist displayed characteristic versatility with her instrument, while the guitarist played in his unique percussive style. The two had a resonance in their sound immediately, producing a pensive breathiness with foreboding overtones throughout the 40 minute performance. They seemed to cast away vulgar, simplistic attempts at clarity, preferring to open a liminal space between the benign expected and chaotic nothingness: a glimmer of deeper and deeper windows into the unexplained and undefined, all the while delving towards utter truths in their exploration. Laubrock’s percussive intensity that ultimately erupted into brilliant exclamations over Park’s mellower staccato ultimately merged into receding thunder. [Read the rest…]
— Cisco Bradley (Jazz Right Now)
Saturday, December 12, 2015, at 8:00pm (our set: 9:00pm): Ingrid Laubrock (saxophone) and Han-earl Park (guitar) perform at New Revolution Arts Series (7 Stanhope Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY 11221). $10 suggested donation.
8:00pm: Joanna Mattrey (viola), Leila Bordreuil (cello) and Sean Ali (bass).
9:00pm: Ingrid Laubrock (saxophone) and Han-earl Park (guitar).
10:00pm: James Ilgenfritz’ Trio Caveat.
See the performance diary for up-to-date info. [New Revolution Arts listings…]
Above video of the May 2013 duo with Ingrid. Videography by Don Mount.
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