Grammy award-winning NYC-based bassist and composer, Linda May Han Oh leads this dynamic group of musicians performing The Glass Hours: a collection of works based on abstract themes of the fragility of time and life, particularly exploring the paradoxes and opposites we find ourselves struggling with within our individual and societal values. The music is striking, rhythmically exhilarating and explores a wide sonic palette blending acoustic with electric elements, offering a provocative take on contemporary improvisation and composition. Born in Malaysia, and raised in Australia, bassist Linda May Han Oh has performed and recorded with the likes of Pat Metheny, Kenny Barron, Geri Allen, and Terri Lyne Carrington. She has composed for various ensembles and short films, is an active educator, and was featured as the bassist in the Pixar movie “Soul”. With her for the Detroit Jazz Fest performance of The Glass Hours is Greg Ward on alto saxophone, Sara Serpa on voice, Fabian Almazan on piano/effects and Christian McGee on drums. The Glass Hours is a Chamber Music America New Jazz Works Commission.
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