Jon Gibson

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Since the mid-1960s, Jon Gibson has played a key role in the development of American avant-garde music.

As a versatile reed player, he has performed with everyone from Steve Reich and Philip Glass to Terry Riley and La Monte Young.

In the 1970s, Gibson would emerge as a minimalist composer in his own right and release two exceptional albums, Visitations and Two Solo Pieces, on Glass’ Chatham Square imprint.

Gibson also has a track record of composing extensively for modern and post-modern dance, with the album release Relative Calm (1981) the fruit of one of his numerous collaborations with well-known choreographers, in this case, Lucinda Childs, who commissioned the work.

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