Over coffee in Maine in the Summer of 2015, Luke and Aaron had a far too grandiose idea: "let's do our own music festival!" (un)fortunately, they don't know when to stop. and here we are, with the co-incidence festival which kicked off its first season in January 2017. we wanted to fill a perceived gap in support for experimental composer/performers in the U.S. with a music festival focused on experimental music and built as an experimental composer might build a piece.
The co-incidence festival is a gathering of experimental composer-performers. This project is based on an expanded view of what constitutes art, music, and the traditional concert. following the example of the revolutionary arts community Black…Read More »