Nava Dunkelman is a Bay Area based percussionist and improviser. Born in Tokyo, Japan and raised in a multi-cultural environment by an American father and Indonesian mother. Her musical interests span the globe from Japanese taiko to Indonesian gamelan to American marching band, and from classical to contemporary to the avant-garde.
Nava’s current projects are electro-percussion experimental noise duo IMA with Amma Ateria, improvisational duo DunkelpeK with Jakob Pek, and percussion duo Nomon with her sister Shayna Dunkelman. She also has performed and collaborated with Fred Frith, John Zorn, Meredith Monk, George Lewis, William Winant, Ikue Mori, Henry Kaiser, Matmos, Pauchi Sasaki, gabby fluke-mogul and many others. She has performed classical and contemporary pieces with the William Winant Percussion Group, Joan Jeanrenaud, San Francisco Girls Chorus, San Francisco Contemporary Music Players and others.
Her work has been presented in High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music (2015), residency at The Stone, New York City (2016), 15th Annual Outsound New Music Summit (2016), San Francisco Electronic Music Festival (2016), Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (2017), San Francisco Art Institute (2018), CCRMA, Stanford University (2018), Other Minds:Latitudes (2019), SFMOMA (2019).
Ian Power is a composer and performer in Baltimore, USA. Power’s music is inscrutable, warm, insistent, and performer-driven, and has been performed by ensembles and soloists in the US, UK, Germany, Denmark, and Israel. He released two albums in 2020: Diligence on Edition Wandelweiser Records, featuring long solo works; and Maintenance Hums on Carrier Records, featuring chamber works, both available at ianpowerOMG.bandcamp.com. Dust
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