Jazz bassist Michael Bisio announced as Atlantic Center Master Artist for the fall

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Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio - PHOTO BY MAREK LAZARSKI VIA MICHAELBISIO.COM
  • Photo by Marek Lazarski via michaelbisio.com
  • Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio
Cutting-edge jazz bassist Michael Bisio - best known for his collaborative work with firebrands Matthew Shipp and Joe McPhee - will be taking part in the fall edition of New Smyrna's Atlantic Center for the Arts Master Artist Residency Program. The 167th in the Atlantic Center's Residency series will also host photographer Linda Troeller and poet Terese Svoboda. The BBC has hailed Bisio as "fleet-fingered and pitch-perfect," and his various projects with Shipp and solo are required listening for fans of avant-garde jazz.

Michael Bisio will be a Master Artist-in-Residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts from Oct. 15 to Nov. 4.



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