Mirai No Rekishi - Mark de Clive-Lowe - Saturday, August 26, 2017 - Grand Performances


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Mirai No Rekishi / History of the Future - Mark de Clive-Lowe

A sonic journey from ancient Japan to today and beyond…

Musical polymath Mark de Clive-Lowe juggles piano, synths and live sampling with effortless fluidity. A Japanese-New Zealander who now calls LA home, this forward-thinking voice in jazz and electronic music premieres a new work drawn from his Japanese roots, fusing the traditional with the sounds of tomorrow. Featuring Shing02, Kaoru Watanabe and Yumi Kurosawa ???? along with Brandon Eugene Owens, Tommaso Cappellato, Tylana Renga Enomoto and Carlos Nino with live visuals byManwell Quiza / MuseumofTraffic LosAngeles

Curated and produced by Mark de Clive-Lowe. Co-produced by Rani de Leon.

Our thanks to Japanese American Cultural & Community Center - JACCC for their support!

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http://grandperformances.org/future-history

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