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LIVE: Joseph Bowie/Adam Rudolph Duo @ the Sanctuary for Independent Media, 3/20/12

Monday, May 7th, 2012
 Joseph Bowie and Adam Rudolph

Review and photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

Jazz experimental percussionist Adam Rudolph has played Troy’s Sanctuary for Independent Media before, albeit within the context of his larger group. But this time out, his lone partner in free-form musical expression was uber-trombonist Joseph Bowie.

On the former church’s red-carpeted stage, under the glare of the studio-type lights, Rudolph and Bowie created a two-set sound tapestry that wove dissonant and atonal notes into a wide-ranging and dynamic compositional fabric, etched with the occasional and fleeting melodic line.


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