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Duo Extempore interprets history, art, and space through music, exploring the
very spaces in which they perform with specially curated improvisations.
Through this unique storytelling process, the space itself becomes the score
for impromptu pieces, bringing stories of the past into the present-day
it’s nice to be on the island is a concert film by Duo
Extempore, exploring the stories of Roosevelt Island in New York City’s East
River with specially curated improvisation.
Evan Jagels and Nicole Brancato are bold and sensitive improvisers, forging heartfelt connections with their audiences through their visceral collaborative energy. As sought-after artists with impressive versatility, their extensive credits include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Banff Centre of the Arts, NPR, the Blue Note in Germany, and the UniJazz Festival in the Czech Republic….
Learn more about Duo Extempore and Nicole Brancato.