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red rainbow
Red Rainbow is Rhodes's solo voice and electronics project, in which she uses variety of vocal styles, extended techniques, and bel canto vocalises to create loops that are at once noisy and lyrical, dissonant and harmonious.


Photo by Lindsay FlanaganBruxism is Carl Testa on bass, bass clarinet, electronics, and bullhorn and Anne Rhodes on voice and bullhorn. The duo performs original works as well as new music by composers who have written for them.






 curmudgeon corner 

Adam Matlock and Anne Rhodes performing the music of Anne Rhodes and Adam Matlock (and sometimes Anthony Braxtons, and maybe others).





Kimmy Szeto (piano) and Anne Rhodes: Two librarians performing a diverse repetoire of vocal music from the classical cannon and beyond. 


anthony braxton and the tri-centric foundation
The Tri-Centric Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that supports the ongoing work and legacy of composer/multi-reedist/philospher Anthony Braxton.
Since studying with Anthony during her graduate work at Wesleyan University, Rhodes has regularly performed and recorded as a member of various Braxton ensembles. These include his Pine Top Aerial Music Sextet, Lydia Music Ensemble, and Ghost Trance Music choir (for which she is also a co-conductor), as well as singing with the Tri-Centric Orchestra as a member a fantastic group of singers dedicated to realizing his Trillium cycle of operas. In 2007, Rhodes recorded a duo album with Anthony, which is available from Leo Records.

large objects

A flexible ensemble with a rotating cast of creative musicians, Large Objects focuses on the realization of small-scale experimental compositions. At any given time, the members probably include Adam Matlock and Anne Rhodes.  






 Photo by Carolyn Wachnicki Broadcloth performs improvised music with a nod to various compositional outlets. Using a unique instrumentation of voice, cello (Nathan Bontrager) and accordion/recorders (Adam Matlock), the trio plays from notated, graphic, embroidered, and textual scores in addition to completely spontaneous pieces. Without shying away from virtuosity, Broadcloth creates music that reflects the order of composition and the risk of unpredictable musical interactions. Emphasis lies on establishing a holistic sound that favors cooperation over hierarchy.