Saxophonist and composer Tia Fuller, a strong and versatile post-bop musician who recently released her fifth album as a leader, will front a quartet at Duet Jazz. Per JazzTimes, she’s a player who “wields a silvery tone and is prone to serpentine improvisations that zig, zag, jab, and sour with brisk fluidity.”
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Each act speaks to a facet of society we have all been affected by, mirroring the interlocking and abutting structure of life.
Tulsa’s elevation to a metropolitan city is best illustrated by two budding scenes that take place, literally, underground.
” Other artists definitely motivate me. We have a lot of creative people in Oklahoma…It keeps you reinventing yourself. (Artists) keep each other going.” Faye Moffett
MisFest, Barth believes, makes a “…really important statement, to see a festival bill with no male artists.”
“I am, myself, Lincka. In order to have true success I need to have a team behind me. That is what excites me most.”