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Neil Leonard & Estefania Nuñez

$10 Cover @ the Door / Start 9:30pm / Doors 9pm


Leonard works as a sound artist, saxophonist and composer. Recent concerts were presented by documenta 14 (Germany), Tectonic Festival (Israel), Tate Modern (UK), Moscow Autumn (Russia), Jazz Plaza International Festival (Cuba), Experimental Intermedia Foundation (USA).  Leonard performed and recorded with Terence Blanchard, Juan Blanco, Joanne Brackeen, Alvin Curran, Richard Devine, Vijay Iyer, Phill Niblock, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Los Muñequitos de Matanzas, Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner), Stephen Vitiello, Hal Wilner and Amnon Wolman. Leonard's collaborations with visual artist Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons were featured by documenta 14 (Germany/Greece), 11 Havana Bienal (Cuba), 49th and 55th Venice Biennale (Italy), Smithsonian Museum National Portrait Gallery (USA), Guggenheim Museum (USA), Museum of Modern Art (NYC). Leonard’s latest album is Matanzas (2017) a 12” vinyl disk published by Akoh created while he was a Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Fellow in Captiva, Florida. Leonard is the Artistic Director of the Interdisciplinary Arts Institute, at Berklee College of Music.

Estefanía Núñez (1998, Cuba), began piano studies with her father, composer, pianist Miguel Núñez. At home she was surrounded by Havana’s finest musicians, who frequented the house for rehearsals and sessions.  Estefanía went on to study at Cuba’s renowned art schools, Escuela Nacional de Arte and Instituto Superior de Arte. Estefanía is presently on a full scholarship at Berklee College of Music. This is one of her first public appearances in the United States.

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