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Any musician can tell you that there is a profound connection between the breath and making music. There's the physical action, of course — one makes the other possible — but there are also the metaphysical bonds between breathing and creating.

Sessions from Studio A - Hungry Mountain

Aug 18, 2016

Hungry Mountain performs "Hibernation" in WNIJ's Studio A:

Hungry Mountain performs "Probably the News" in WNIJ's Studio A:

Find the music of Hungry Mountain right here.

Many stylistic winds blow through the repertoire of The Westerlies. The unconventional brass quartet from New York (Riley Mulherkar and Zubin Hensler, trumpets; Andy Clausen and Willem de Koch, trombones) embraces jazz, classical, new music and dance — and in this case, puts a new spin on an old British ballad.

Yesterday in New York, something very big happened outside Lincoln Center: One thousand people gathered to sing a new piece by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang. Entitled the public domain, it was a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Mostly Mozart festival.

The Great Influence machine performing "Cornfield" in WNIJ's Studio A:

The Great Influence Machine performing "Tekufah" in WNIJ's Studio A:

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