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Circuitous Succession Series is happy to host the Memphis stretch of The Haiga Duo's American tour for The Memoir Project. The Haiga Duo is comprised by Eric Hollander on the viola and Jason Chen on the accordion.

Experience an original piece of music by performed by The Haiga Duo and collect original works on paper by Christopher St. John. The event is free and open to the public. (Suggested optional donations to The Haiga Duo is 10 dollars.)

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Learn more about The Haiga Duo here

The Haiga Project is a joint venture created by Jason Chen [piano and accordion] and Eric Hollander [viola and poetry]. Jason and Eric have been performing together across the United States for over seven years. The duo is most interested in innovative musical concepts and exploring the most extreme capabilities of their instruments. Jason and Eric are also very fond of the potential infusion of poetry in music. 

Past projects have to do with exploring the parallels between interpreting poetry and reading/performing musical notation. 

Between the two members of the Haiga Project, extensive scholastic and immersive experience in poetics and music has kindled an intense desire to reveal the inner core of what is foreign art for both. We have conducted a significant amount of research on traditional Japanese form poetry, American folk music, historical accordion folklore and testimony, and many other crevices of the casual regions of music and poetry.



Abstract and figurative works by Christopher St. John will be available to file through and select. The exhibition is deinstalled, thus making works available for immediate purchase and pickup by collections. Small figurative works are 150.00 each and large works are 500.00 each. Works by Richard Knowles, Thomas Green, Pixy Liao, and James Bockelman are also available during tonight's performance.




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