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Given: Women Composers Respond to Duchamp

  Given: Women Composers Respond to Duchamp Friday, May 8, 5:00 pm - 8:45 pm Philadelphia Museum of Art 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Phila., PA 19130   Given is a musical performance conceived and produced by the Philadelphia Jazz Project, written and presented by a team of brilliant Philadelphia-area women artists as a   Read More....

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Tom Lawton - Man Ray Suite Mixtape

On October 9th, 2015, pianist and composer, Tom Lawton and his ensemble presented a live performance at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This performance showcased music that Lawton composed as part of a special commission from the Philadelphia Jazz Project to musically explore the work of Philadelphia-born and bred, modern art pioneer,   Read More....

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If it hadn't been for him, there wouldn't have been none of us. I want to thank Mr. Louis Armstrong for my livelihood.
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