The ICTUS label has been dedicated to Improvised Music, New Jazz
and Contemporary Classic Music since 1976. Founders Andrea Centazzo and
Carla Lugli had to close it down in 1984, but the label was rose from
the ashes in 2005 featuring new productions and re-releases of the old
recordings. The Stone in NYC, in conjunction with Andrea Centazzo,
presented a series of concerts in April celebrating ICTUS’s 35th
anniversary. April 6th was dedicated to a tribute to Derek Bailey,
featuring six of the worlds best known free-improvising guitarists.
Read the rest of this blog and check out more of Michael's musings here: www.guitarmoderne.com/hidden/derek-bailey-tribute-at-the-stone.
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