Multi-reedist Ned Rothenberg composes and performs about saxophones, flutes — including shakuhachi — and bass clarinet. Energetic as a single designer and avant-garde jazz performer since (a minimum of) the ’70s, Rothenberg performed in Anthony Braxton’s Innovative Orchestra task in 1978. He relocated to N.Con.C. in 1978, and continued to business lead Power Lines (” NEW WORLD “) and Two times Band (around the Moers label). Rothenberg is really a founding person in New Winds, with flutist Robert Dick and trumpeter Plant Robertson. He performs in Sync, an organization with Jerome Harris, on Intuition and it has collaborated with such acclaimed innovative music artists as John Zorn, Elliott Clear, Samm Bennett, and Fred Frith. Rothenberg offers spent enough time in Japan, including a six-month residency where he analyzed with shakuhachi experts Goro Yamaguchi and Katsuya Yokoyama, and performed his personal music. He also journeyed to the previous Soviet Union 3 x from the past due ’80s with the middle-’90s, performing not merely single, however in a duo with Sainkho Namchylak. Rothenberg in addition has toured North and SOUTH USA, European countries, and Asia, totaling a huge selection of concerts world-wide at locations and celebrations including Finland’s Tampere (1992), Quebec’s FIMAV (1997), and Michigan’s Edgefest (1998, 2009). Rothenberg didn’t decelerate because the 21st hundred years dawned, releasing many albums, including Ghost Tales and Interface of Admittance in 2000, Equipment from the Trade in 2001, Intervals in 2002, Fell Clutch in 2006, and Internal Diaspora in 2007. This year 2010, Rothenberg released two even more albums on Tzadik: Quintet for Clarinet and Strings (using the Mivos Quartet) and Ryu Nashi/No College: SONGS for Shakuhachi.