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Sun, 26 September 2021
07:00PM - 08:30PM (EDT)
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376 9th st
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Alex Kreger is a pianist, composer, and scholar of religion and secularism. His group Moyindau's self-titled album, featuring his compositions and settings of Kazakh poetry, was released this year through the Chicago-based creative music co-op Catalytic Sound.
His current project Mânâ uses music to explore the ideas of French sociologist Emile Durkheim, particularly concerning the role of music in religion and social life.
Alex is also a Ph.D. Candidate in Religious Studies at UT-Austin whose research in Turkey has been supported by the Social Science Research Council and Fulbright. 

Mânâ is: Alex Kreger - piano and compositions; Kamala Sankaram - voice; 
Ingrid Laubrock - tenor saxophone and Dan Weiss - drums. 

$20 suggested
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