Continuum Music Festival 2018 

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The Continuum Music Festival, hosted by Crosstown Arts this past August 17-18, was a mash up of musicians from the classical and non-classical worlds. They often worked hand in hand to test the limits of music and the mind, often through challenging juxtapositions. 
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Jenny Davis plays amplified cacti in John Cage's "Child of Tree"
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"Imaginary Landscape No. 4 for 12 Radios and 24 performers." Members of the MSO, Blueshift Ensemble, ~Nois Saxophone Quartet, experimental electronic musicians and musicians from several local bands all came together to play radios with a conductor.
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"Imaginary Landscape No. 4 for 12 Radios and 24 performers." Members of the MSO, Blueshift Ensemble, ~Nois Saxophone Quartet, experimental electronic musicians and musicians from several local bands all came together to play radios with a conductor.
Jamie Harmon
Members of the ~Nois Saxophone Quartet
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Artistik Approach
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Jonathan Kirkscey
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Amy Lavere (newly coiffed) and WIll Sexton waiting to go on
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Amy Lavere and Will Sexton perform with Members of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra.
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Sam Shoup conducts MSO members accompanying Amy Lavere and Will Sexton
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IMAKEMADBEATS works it.
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IMAKEMADBEATS enhances his sonic creations with a flautist.
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Jenny Davis plays amplified cacti in John Cage's "Child of Tree"

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