Owen Davis is a composer, percussionist, improvisor, noise artist, educator, and curator based in Flagstaff, AZ. He is currently the general music teacher at Sturgeon Cromer Elementary School in Flagstaff Unified School District. He also maintains a growing private percussion studio teaching the percussive arts weekly to students of all ages at the Flagstaff School of Music. His artistic work is animated by noise - searching out ways to find and make it in composition, improvisation, and other artistic endeavors. He is an active recording artist, improvisor, and new music performer nationally and internationally frequently collaborating or composing for projects and performances. He holds degrees in Music Education (Northern Arizona University studying with percussion professor Steven Hemphill) and a master's degree in Music Composition (DePaul University).
Dang, gang! We’re real chuffed to be announcing our inaugural guest episode with the venerable of @interferenceseries and others.
So, we’re glad you’ve joined for this exploration of Owen’s pick, an evolution of sounds from the Chicago Footwork scene as told by Japanese producer and multimedia artist @tyousinkai (a.k.a. FOODMAN)
This was our inaugural guest episode and became the impetus for having more guests on, and eventually making that the primary focus of the show.
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