Joshua Fried

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  • FISEA1993

    Joshua Fried’s music has been performed all over the U.S. and Europe. Fried collaborates in the fields of video, film, dance and performance ad and invented an electronic instrument, The Musical Shoe Tree. Select performances include the Bang On A Can Festival, National Public Radio’s “New Sounds” Live, the Knitting Factory La MaMa, ETC., ISCM’s World Music Days Warsaw 1992, and Het Apollohuis. Fried’s recording “Jimmy Because”, with guitarist Fred Frith, was released by Atlantic Records, Fried is credited as re-mix producer on dance records by Chaka Khan and “They Might Be Giants.” He co-arranged and co-produced Ofra Haza’s “lnta” from the album Desert Wind. Joshua Fried’s participation in FISEA’93 is made possible by the generous support of Harvestworks, Inc., Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, and the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts.

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