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Degenerate Art Ensemble

Degenerate Art Ensemble

Degenerate Art Ensemble


The Degenerate Art Ensemble (formerly The Young Composer's Collective) is a big-band-garage-orchestra / movement-theater company - dedicated to the creation of new cutting edge works combining music and other media. The band's "eloquently executed high-energy repertoire" (SF Weekly), combined with the "breathtaking imagery" (Seattle PI) of the movement theater ensemble, DAE has created a unique language of expression - raw and passionate - which has earned the ensemble much critical acclaim in recent years. Read more on Last.fm
The Degenerate Art Ensemble (formerly The Young Composer's Collective) is a big-band-garage-orchestra / movement-theater company - dedicated to the creation of new cutting edge works combining music and other media. The band's "eloquently executed high-energy repertoire" (SF Weekly), combined with the "breathtaking imagery" (Seattle PI) of the movement theater ensemble, DAE has created a unique language of expression - raw and passionate - which has earned the ensemble much critical acclaim in recent years. Formed in 1993, Seattle's Degenerate Art Ensemble features: Erick Cohn - percussion; Brad Hartman - bass; Joshua Kohl - composer/coductor; Steve Lohrentz - trumpet/composer; Ian-Lee Lucero - electric media; Ben McAllister - electric guitar; Haruko Nishimura - choreographer/vocals; Kendal Seager - violin; Greg Sinibaldi - sax/bass clarinet; Josh Stewart - trumpet/composer; Robert Walker - percussion http://www.degenerateartensemble.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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