Avant-garde Music & Multimedia in the Pacific Northwest

                    
Josh Zubot
Violinist/composer fusing many styles through the studies of electronics and the violin.
— from http://www.sussexvibrafolk.com/josh-zubot.html:

...[Violinist] Josh Zubot’s musical interests reside somewhere in the middle of jazz, free jazz, avant garde, contemporary classical, folk, improvisational, rock and electronic. Mainly, Josh is a performer/composer fusing many styles through the studies of electronics and the violin.

Along the way, Josh has played with numerous different groups and individuals. Some collaborations were with Chad Van Gaalen, Lori Freedman, Philippe Lauzier, members of Bell Orchestre, Pierre-Yves Martel, Michael Blake, Bernard Falaise, Rainer Wiens, Michel F Coté, Sam Shalabi, Miles Perkin, Myra Melford, Marshall Allen, Fred Frith, Matana Roberts, Jean Derome, Malcom Goldstein, Pierre Tanguay plus many more groups and individual players.

Josh has played the Montreal, Calgary, Medicine Hat, L’Off Festival de Jazz de Montreal, Jazz festivals, Suoni Per Il Popolo, Sound Travels (Sound Art Festival in Toronto), Festival de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville, Guelph Jazz Festival, Osheaga, Pop Montreal, NXNE, as well as numerous festival circuits in Europe.

— from http://www.supermusique.qc.ca/en/artistes/zubot_jo/:

His main focus of music involves the avant garde and improvisation but also plays klezmer, bluegrass, avant rock, jazz, classical and many more styles. Josh started the successful improvising series called Mardi Spaghetti. Along the way, Josh has played with numerous groups and individuals. Some collaborations were with Bernard Falaise, Sam Shalabi, Nicolas Caloia, Rainer Wiens, Gordon Allen, Jesse Zubot, Alexandre St-Onge, Philippe Lauzier, Pierre-Yves Martel, Michael Blake, Isaiah Ceccarelli, Chad VanGaalen, Miles Perkin… Josh has played the Montreal, Calgary, Medicine Hat, L’Off Festival de Jazz de Montreal, Jazz festivals, Suoni Per Il Popolo, Les Francofolie de Montreal, NXNE, Sound Travels (Sound Art Festival in Toronto) as well as numerous festival circuits in Europe.