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3rd Annual New Dischord Features Noted Composer Malcolm Goldstein
The third annual New Dischord Festival will take place June 6th – 9th, 2013 in various Chattanooga locations. Originally, the festival focused primarily on experimental and improvised music. Now it includes art collaborations, with local and national poets, musicians, dancers and other artists working together. Malcolm Goldstein, a violinist/composer active in experimental music since the 1960s, will perform on Thursday and Saturday.
Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston perform at the first New Dischord Festival in 2011