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Chris Black's Chamberlab I - an unusual joining of musical styles

Mark McLemore tells us about a music project called Chamberlab and introduces us to its originator, Chris Black, along with some of the musicians who got involved.

Mark McLemore tells us about a music project called Chamberlab and introduces us to its originator, Chris Black, along with some of the musicians who got involved.

This story originally aired on Arizona Spotlight on 5-7-2010.

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In this story about an unusual concert that took place in May, 2010, we find out what it takes to combine two string quartets (made up of Tucson-area music students) with compositions from some of our city's most well-known and successful musicians, including Howe Gelb, the Rosano Bros., Gabriel Sullivan and and Carlos Lopez. The result is called Chamberlab, the brain-child of Chris Black, a multi-talented Austin musical transplant who also tells why Tucson has become his home.

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