World Jazz Reunion
World Jazz Reunion: Capitol Records reissued Ancient Future's classic World Without Walls album to celebrate their reunion concert at Yoshi's, San Francisco, June 7, 2011. Dreamchaser, their first major label jazz release, debuted at #2 on the Jazziz National Airplay Chart. They have performed at jazz festivals throughout the USA.
Indo Latin Jazz
Indo Latin Jazz: Features compositions from Mariah Parker's debut release, Sangria, which blends the driving rhythmic syncopations of Latin jazz with the entrancing, asymmetrical meters of India. Includes musicians who have performed with Oregon, Sun Ra, and Herbie Hancock's Headhunters. Tech rider.
Indian Jazz: Pandit Habib Khan (sitar) and Ancient Future perform Indian music with jazz influences from Habib Khan and Ancient Future CDs which have been released on major jazz labels in India. This program is popular internationally with shows in Lebanon (August, 2000) and throughout India (January, 2006; January 2008). Tech rider.
Global Gypsy Jazz
Global Gypsy Jazz: This trio featuring Matthew Montfort (scalloped fretboard guitar), Patti Weiss (violin), and Arshad Syed (tabla) focuses on jazz influenced by musical migrations. This program is a great choice for intimate concerts or outdoor events because of its wide range from raga rock to gypsy jazz.
Asian Jazz: Ancient Futures Asian jazz program features Liu Qi-Chao (virtuoso performer on Chinese winds, jazz composer), who has amazed the ears of jazz audiences around the world through his collaborations with Chinese American jazz pianist/composer Jon Jang and flautist James Newton.
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