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Charles Mingus said jazz was a word invented to separate musicians from their money. Music for a Free World brings us together, drawing listeners to the healing power of smooth free jazz. Each week, surprise guests bring their own sides to spin and their instruments of choice to spontaneously jam.
January 30, 2021: Judith Insell is an improvising violist, orchestral musician, as well as an experienced arts educator and administrator.
She has collaborated with such marquee artists as Beyoncé, India.Arie, John Cale, Suzanne Vega, Lee Konitz, Greg Osby, and Miguel Zenón. She has appeared on Saturday Night Live (SNL), Late Night With Stephen Colbert, and has performed in Broadway show orchestras.
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|Artist||Track||Album||Label||Comments||Approx. start time|
|Judith Insell & Joe Fonda||BIll||Dark Wood Exploration||Insell Music|
|Judith Insell & Joe Fonda||India||Dark Wood Exploration||Insell Music||0:33:55 (Pop‑up)|
|Jump Off This Bridge||Time and Variations||https://vimeo.com/488403717||1:04:03 (Pop‑up)|
|Judith Insell & Dave Sewelson||Now||live on WFMU||GTDR Records and Tapes||1:50:45 (Pop‑up)|
|Publiquartet||Get into the Now:1. The Pull||Freedom and Faith||2:04:38 (Pop‑up)|
|Publiquartet||Get into the Now II. Years of In Me||Freedom and Faith||2:07:31 (Pop‑up)|
|Publiquartet||Get into the Now: III. Go Big or Go Home||Freedom and Faith||2:10:50 (Pop‑up)|
|Paul Simon||Can't Run But||In the Blue Light||2:18:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Empire Wild||Shacklton's Song||Paper Seasons||2:27:46 (Pop‑up)|