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THURSDAY Other Dimensions In Music MEETS Joe Morris Trio

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One of the world's highest regarded free jazz quartets, Other Dimensions in Music, meets the Joe Morris Trio on Thursday night at the INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART (ICA) Theater at 955 Boylston Street in Boston. Note the venue change. Please help spread the word...

OTHER DIMENSIONS IN MUSIC meets JOE MORRIS TRIO Thursday, December 12th at 8:30pm Institute of Contemporary Art 955 Boylston Street, Boston (between the Hynes Convention Center and Mass. Ave.) MBTA Green Line: Hynes/ICA Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door For tickets call Twisted Village at (617) 354-6898 For ICA info, please call (617) 266-5152

Other Dimensions in Music: Roy Campbell, Jr., trumpet, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn; Daniel Carter, trumpet, alto and tenor saxes, flute, and clarinet; William Parker, bass; and Rashid Bakr, drums

Joe Morris Trio: Joe Morris, guitar; Timo Shanko, bass; and Luther Gray, drums

On Thursday, December 12th, the Cambridge-based independent film production company Beat Science Productions will present the all-star free jazz collective Other Dimensions in Music and Boston-based guitar innovator Joe Morris' new trio at the ICA Theater in Boston. Beat Science Productions is presenting this concert in association with the filming of a documentary on saxophonist Albert Ayler and his legacy in today's improvised music community. Both concerts will be documented live for use in the film, which has been in production since March 2002 in Boston and New York.

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