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A Dance That Empties

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Feb 24 2018 - 8:00pm - 9:00pm

Travis Laplante's latest album-length composition, written for Subtle Degrees, a new two-musician ensemble consisting of Laplante (tenor saxophone) and Gerald Cleaver (drums)
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Subtle Degrees' uncategorizable sound evokes everything from contemporary classical music, avant garde jazz, minimalism, technical metal, and sacred world music. Travis Laplante is also the founder/composer of saxophone quartet Battle Trance and the ensemble Little Women.

A Dance That Empties is an extremely demanding composition that pushes the players to the limit both technically and physically, while the raw, vulnerable instrumentation makes for an intimately emotional experience for both performers and listeners.

The album will be co-released on February 23 by New Amsterdam Records and NNA Tapes. New Amsterdam Records will distribute the album in CD and digital formats, and NNA Tapes will issue vinyl.


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