Larry Ochs and Dohee Lee
Activate Ohad Meromi’s sculpture 1967
In partnership with the Center for New Music, The Museum offers this site-specific performance in conjunction with the exhibition Work In Progress: Considering Utopia. The performance takes place within the gallery to “activate” Ohad Meromi’s sculpture 1967 and features musician Larry Ochs in an improvisational work with dancer Dohee Lee.
Created by ContemporaryJewishMuseum
Saxophonist Larry Ochs was born in N.Y.C. in 1949. Although he studied the trumpet a bit, he is most accomplished on the tenor and sopranino saxophones. Ochs has experience in musical production, as well, having founded Metalanguage Records in 1978, and owned and operated northern California's Twelve Stars Studio....
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