Garth Stevenson, a virtuoso two times bass participant and key physique in New York’s experimental and improvisational music picture, offers specialized in a cinematic design that both represents and interacts with the organic world. Given birth to and raised within the Canadian Rockies, the organic world has operate just like a thread through Stevenson’s existence and function from the beginning. Earning a complete scholarship or grant to Berklee University of Music, he performed many high-profile engagements in Boston with Bob Moses, Joe Lovano, George Garzone, John Lockwood, among others and founded TAQ, a trio with pianist Marcin Masecki and drummer Ziv Ravitz, before graduating in 2004. Stevenson relocated to NY, quickly learning to be a fixture within the improvisational and experimental music picture there, playing and documenting with an array of ensembles, including tasks with Sonya Kitchell, John Shannon, Mat Maneri, Ryan Ferreira, Petr Cancura among others, and he made an appearance like a bassist on some 50 recordings. He also created his single bass skills, dealing with loops and containers to make a lush and cinematic design. Stevenson connects playing music highly with the organic world, and frequently carts his 150-season old bass towards the desert, up mountains, and right down to shorelines, musically immersing himself within the organic surroundings, and he provides even performed for — with — penguins and whales in Antarctica while focusing on a film task there. A normal in the U.S. and Western european celebration circuits, Stevenson also made an appearance frequently on the tv screen displays of David Letterman and Craig Ferguson, amongst others, and released a debut single record, Alpine (including an added bonus Dvd movie offering seven improvisations filmed and documented in organic places) in 2007. Beginning this year 2010, Stevenson started dealing with Elena Brower, offering improvisations for Brower’s hour-long yoga classes, turning them into atmospheric occasions all independently, including sets in the Museum of Contemporary Art and for a few 10,000 people in Central Recreation area.