Ear to Ear: Fred Ho

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Saturday, November 08, 2008

As a multi-faceted artist, educator and activist, Fred Ho has pioneered works for dance, theater, and multimedia, interweaving tradition with novelty and free form Jazz. The Brooklyn-based saxophonist and composer joins David Garland to share his music and talk about his many multicultural pursuits — which include leading the Monkey Orchestra, the Afro Asian Music Ensemble, and the production company Big Red Media Inc.

Fred Ho premieres his Bari Sax Concerto "When the Real Dragons Fly!" at Zankel Hall with the American Composers Orchestra on November 14th. Fred Ho on MySpace
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Comments [1]

Kevin Norton from NJ (just outside of NYC)

Hi David Garland,

I happened to hear most(?) of the Fred Ho interview and his music ... enjoyed it ...
Thanks for presenting this sincerely original musician ...

Sincerely ... Kevin Norton

Nov. 08 2008 09:12 PM

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