Kyle Gregory Price is a Chicago based composer, percussionist, turntablist, animator and jewelry maker. He has worked with such groups as Third Coast Percussion at Millennium Park with composer Danny Clay and with Katherine Young and Stephan Moore with the Merce Cunningham Dance Troupe at the Museum of Contemporary Art. He has also worked with Theatre Y and the recent, critically acclaimed adaptation of Young Jean Lee’s We’re Gonna Die. His family friendly project, The Lucky Trikes, along with co-director Deirdre Harrison, has graced the Newberry Library, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Navy Pier. Currently, Kyle resides in Rogers Park where he lives amongst his drums, turntables and various keyboards.
Erica Miller is an interdisciplinary artist, cellist, and composer based in Chicago. Her work embodies a relationship between natural and artificial sound, movement of the body, meditation, and consciousness. In her music, she takes a personal approach in an exploration of sonic landscapes using an interweave of extended technique, drones, prepared instrumentation, electronic looping, and feedback. She performs with several improvisational and genre-free groups throughout Chicago and the US.
Norman W Long’s practice involves walking, listening, improvising, performing, recording and composing to create environments and situations in which he and the audience are engaged in dialogues about listening, place, culture, memory space, value, silence and the invisible. Norman finds inspiration in the Creative Music and electric imaginations of The Art Ensemble of Chicago, Sun Ra, Pauline Oliveros, Phuture, Herbie Hancock’s Mwandishi, Hildegard Westercamp and King Tubby. Norman Long has performed and exhibited at the Hyde Park Art Center, Experimental Sound Studio, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Links Hall, Elastic, Chicago Humanities Festival, Chicago Cultural Center and 2017 PRIZM Art Fair (Miami). Norman performs with Angel Bat Dawid and the Brothahood and has performed with Damon Locks, On the Corner, Cher Jey, Sara Zalek, Cristal Sabbagh, Dan Bitney and Todd Carter. Norman has received 3Arts Award for Visual Art in 2011, 3Arts Djerassi (Woodside, CA) Artists Residency Fellowship in 2014, BOLT Artist in Residence at the Chicago Artists Coalition in 2014-2015, 3Arts Fellowship for AS220 (Providence, RI) 2017 Artist in Residence program, Three Walls RaD Lab and Outside the walls Fellow for 2017-2019 and Guest Composer at EMS Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm, Sweden made possible in part by the City of Chicago’s DCASE grant.