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Chris Stover is a trombonist, composer, and theorist that specializes in Cuban and Brazilian music, creative improvisation, and new music. He has performed recently with Eddie Palmieri, Charlie Hunter, Wayne Horvitz, Robin Holcomb, Tom Varner, Jovino Santos Neto, and Michael Spiro, and he has toured internationally with Pablo Moses, Apple Gabriel, Quasinada, Jumbalassy, and the Harry James Orchestra, as well as his own solo and group projects.
Chris spent many years as the go-to trombone player in the jazz and Afro-Cuban scenes in Seattle, and he appears on over sixty recordings, including releases on OmniTone, Origin, and Sub Pop. His third CD of original music (with his Seattle-based quintet More Zero) is scheduled to be released this fall. Chris has done extensive research on Cecil Taylor, Luciano Berio, phenomenological approaches to music analysis, and the traditional and popular music of Cuba and Brazil. His PhD dissertation engages microrhythmic motions and call-and-response dialogs in Afro-Cuban music. -[About Chris Stover]-
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