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CONTINUUM in Mongolia

ontinuum is known for its unorthodox repertory and its tours to unusual places. From June 10 to 18, 2000, our travels took us to what must be one of the most unusual locations for contemporary music -- the Republic of Mongolia, where we were among the 35 musicians in the second "Roaring Hooves" festival of contemporary music. The Continuum performers were Martha Elliott, soprano; Ulla Suokko, flute; David Gresham, clarinet; Tom Chiu, violin; Alberto Parrini, cello; Cheryl Seltzer, pianist, and Joel Sachs, pianist and conductor. more...

CONTINUUM in Azerbaijan and Georgia

ur trip at the end of May, 2001, to the Caucasus countries of Azerbaijan and Georgia may have lacked some exotic hallmarks of our Mongolia adventure the year before -- both countries, after all, do consider themselves part of Europe -- but nonetheless, our experience was extraordinary. more...

Martha and Cheryl in Mongolia in the Gobi Desert with other festival participants getting ready for the concert.

 

Joel and Cheryl playing Nancarrow in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.

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