Jlin (Jerrilynn Patton) is one of America's most progressive producers. Since her first releases she has been associated with footwork, the hyperactive post-house music from neighboring Chicago. Jlin deals with beats and bass in her very own minimalistic way to redefine the idea of ​​electronic music. She is no stranger to the classical music of Grammy-winning Third Coast Percussion. This percussion group embraced its work on their latest album. Jlin's tracks were transformed into an enchanting 7-part suite called 'Perspective'. The second half of the evening is reserved for the European premiere of parts from 'Akoma', Ghanaian for the heart. 'Akoma' will be an installation and performance that Jlin is preparing together with visual artist Florence To (Berlin) this spring in MassMoca, one of America's most important cultural centers for contemporary art. The Dutch Ragazze Quartet can be heard in the European premiere of 'Little Black Book', which Jlin composed for the Kronos Quartet. And in a world premiere of 'Summon', a recent work by Jlin arranged by David Skidmore (Third Coast Percussion) for string quartet and percussion.
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