$10,000 Performance Grant
Two all-star ensembles meet for a networked trans-Atlantic performance “Transatlantic Trance Map” at Roulette on December 17.
Website: Transatlantic Trance Map details at Roulette
Website: Evan Parker
$7,000 Recording Grant
To record a newly-commissioned work written for an ensemble with Fujiwara along with Patricia Brennan, Kaoru Watanabe, and Davi Veira. The work will premiere in January at Roulette.
Website: Tomas Fujiwara
photo: Peter Gannushkin
$6,000 Recording Grant
For a•pe•ri•od•ic’s forthcoming recording of a commissioned collaboration with Magnus Granberg for Another Timbre.
Website: “The Music of Magnus Granberg” details on a•pe•ri•od•ic
$25,000 Unrestricted Grant
In recognition of his incomparable artistry and contribution to improvised music.
Website: Pat Thomas Improvised Music and Jazz
Photo: Dawid Laskowski
$10,000 Recording Grant
For a quartet recording with Craig Taborn, Mat Maneri and Gerald Cleaver.
Website: Brandon Lopez
$10,000 Concert & Album Support Grant
For her 100th leader concert and album project in NYC on September 20.
With Wadada Leo Smith, Natsuki Tamura — trumpet; Ingrid Laubrock — tenor sax; Sara Schoenbeck — bassoon; Satoko Fujii — piano; Brandon Lopez — bass; Tom Rainey, Chris Corsano — drums; and Ikue Mori — electronics.
Website: Satoko Fujii
Photo: Bryan Murray
Oliver Lake Lifetime Achievement
$10,000 Arts for Art / Vision Festival 2022 for Oliver Lake
Celebrating Oliver Lake’s Lifetime Achievement at Vision Festival on June 26.
Website: Arts for Art Vision Festival
Website: Oliver Lake
$6,870 for Choral Work, 2023
A commission collaboration with Louth Contemporary Music Society, Ireland.
Website: Cassandra Miller
Website: Louth Contemporary Music Society
Photo: Andrew Parker
Yarn / Wire International Institute
$6,000 Support Grant
In support of Yarn / Wire’s 2022 summer incubator — supporting sonic collaborations between performers, ensembles, composers and creators.
Website: Yarn / Wire International Institute
$3,500 Recording Grant
In support of the Albert Ayler Quintet recordings in Berlin and Helsinki in 1966.
Website: Hat Hut