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CRS Presents Paradise Laboratory: Sonic Cartography — gamin and Devon

July 2日, 2023 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm EDT

$10 – $20

CRSでは、パラダイス・ラボラトリーのコンサートシリーズ「Sonic Cartography」の次回作として、gamin(韓国のピリ笛)とDevon(尺八)による伝統と実験の境界線を超えた音楽イベントを開催します。


  • Braids for piri & shakuhachi by Devon Osamu Tipp
  • Translucid/Opaque by Vicente Alexim
  • Object score by Caitlin Cawley (NY premiere)
  • Inkling by Devon Osamu Tipp and Qixin Zhang
  • visual art by Caitlin Cawley and Qixin Zhang

Tickets are $10 for students/seniors and $20 general admission and are available through eventbrite.com and at the door for cash only, if not sold out.


The White Room at CRS
123 4th Ave FL3
New York, NY 10003

CRS is located on the 3rd floor of a walk-up building above Think Coffee, between 12th & 13th streets, one block east of The Strand Bookstore. There is no elevator or wheelchair access.

4/5/6, N/R/Q, L trains to 14th St / Union Square

PARADISE LABORATORY is a playground for sonic and visual experimentation. Conceived of during the pandemic by the renowned Korean traditional multi-instrumentalist, curator, and scholar gamin, Paradise Laboratory provides musical artists with opportunities to rehearse, record, film, and perform with other musical, visual, and dance artists in an experimental, process-oriented, and artist-centered fashion.


gamin is a distinguished soloist who tours the world performing both traditional Korean music and cross-disciplinary collaborations. Gamin plays 3 traditional winds, and is a designated Yisuja, official holder of Important Intangible Cultural Asset No. 46 for Court and Royal Military music. Re-inventing new sonorities from ancient, somewhat restrictive, musical systems, gamin has received several cultural exchange program grants, including Artist-in-Residence (2014) at the Asian Cultural Council, and Ministry of Culture, Republic of Korea (2012). Gamin has collaborated in cross-cultural improvisation with world-acclaimed musician presenting premieres at Roulette Theater, New School, and Metropolitan Museum. Gamin was featured artist at the Silkroad concert, Seoul, 2018, performing on-stage with Yo-Yo Ma. Gamin’s scheduled Carnegie Hall début for 2019, as featured soloist, with the Nangye Gugak Orchestra, was postponed due to covid.

Since 2018, gamin has curated performances at the Center for Remembering and Sharing. gamin finished her artist-in-residency (2020-2023) at the HERE Arts Center, NYC and released her 4th album, “Nong” in 2020.

The Jerome Foundation awarded gamin their prestigious 2-year (2021-2023) Fellowship. gamin teaches music courses as Adjunct Faculty at ethnomusicology department at the Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA.


Devon is in no particular order: a queer non-binary Pittsburgh based NY born shakuhachi player, composer, improviser, cat lover, electronics lover, failed orchestral bassoonist, partner to Kanoko, amateur cook, and bad artist. Their music draws influence from their Japanese roots, experiences as a jeweler and painter, improvisations with plants, and their studies of gagaku and hogaku in Japan and the US. Their work focuses on rhythmic and timbral transmutation of cyclical materials. Their compositions have been performed in the US, Europe, Australia, China and Japan. In their spare time, they enjoy painting, cooking, and playing with their cat.

They have received commissions from ensembles such as Kamratōn (Pittsburgh, PA), the Thin Edge New Music Collective (Toronto Canada), and the Oh My Ears! Festival (Phoenix, AZ). They have been an artist in residence at Leveld Kunstnartun (Ål, Norway), Listhús AiR (Olafsfjördur, Iceland), and La Pantographe (Moutier, Switzerland). Their flute repertoire is published by Tetractys Publishing in the UK.

Their compositions have been featured at the 2021 International Shakuhachi Festival Prague, Pittsburgh’s 2020 and 2018 BEYOND Microtonal Music Festivals, and Pittsburgh’s Music on the Edge new music series. They have presented their research on intercultural collaboration at venues such as Harvard University, Columbia University, the Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA, and the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden Germany. Their research has been published by Ziva Hubda: the Review for Living Music in the Czech Republic.



CRS (CENTER FOR REMEMBERING & SHARING) is a spiritual healing and art center founded in 2004 by the writer/lecturer/spiritual counselor Yasuko Kasaki and artist Christopher Pelham. Our mission is guided by A Course in Miracles (ACIM). ACIM says that recognizing that you and your brother are actually one is the only way to experience peace. The mission of CRS is to promote the awareness that limitless creativity lives within each of us. We train minds to recognize the light in themselves and others and provide them opportunities to share their inner vision through the healing and creative arts. Since its founding CRS has provided numerous residencies and performance and exhibition opportunities to artists from all over the world. Currently, CRS is a multi-year sponsor of M³ (Mutual Mentorship for Musicians), a platform created to empower, elevate, normalize and give visibility to women, non-binary musicians and those of other historically underrepresented gender identities in intersection with race, sexuality, or ability across generations in the US and worldwide, through a radical model of mentorship and musical collaborative commissions.


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July 2日, 2023
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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