Annea Lockwood would rather leave interpretations of her music up to other people. “I’m always preoccupied with making the latest piece,” she says. She’ll be introducing a new work, Bayou-Borne, for Pauline, at Issue Project Room on Sept. 29, the first night of the two-evening FOR/WITH mini-festival.
About Philip Freeman
Philip Freeman is a journalist and an author. He has written three books (New York Is Now!: The New Wave of Free Jazz, Running the Voodoo Down: The Electric Music of Miles Davis, and Fifty Foot Drop), edited several magazines and an anthology of music criticism (Marooned: The Next Generation of Desert Island Discs), and published hundreds of articles for dozens of magazines, newspapers, and websites. He runs the arts and culture site Burning Ambulance.