"From the mind of one of music's foremost innovators, an exciting four-concert series of performances showcasing the many sides of Futuristic Music and concepts."
Reggie Workman's Sculptured Sounds Music Festival is an exciting four-week series of performances every Sunday in February at St. Peter's Church in New York, showcasing the many sides of futuristic music and concepts from the creative mind of one of music's foremost innovators, bassist Reggie Workman.
Under the umbrella of Sculptured Sounds, Workman has "sculpted" an eclectic line-up of artists, some in unique configurations that, heretofore, he only imagined combining.
Each week consists of a demonstration/lecture, opening act and a headlining acts. The opening and featured acts perform in the Sanctuary while just outside in "The Living Room," is a multi-disciplinary experience of music-related demonstrations/lectures, artwork by musicians (Oliver Lake, Dick Griffin and an Art/Sound Improvisationalist, Umberto Grati), listening stations and vending opportunities for participating artists.