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Charlemagne Palestine is a minimalist composer, performer and visual artist from New York. He performs epic, ritualistic and intense extended duration pieces for organ. A native New Yorker now living in Paris, composer Rhys Chatham helped define New York’s downtown aesthetic in the ’70s. Palestine and Chatham first met in the late 60′s in New York. Ever respectful and admiring of each others work, this performance see two giants in modern composition perform on stage together 30 years after their initial collaboration. The performance, as part of William Basinski's Arcadia will also see William perform on the evening and is presented in conjunction with St John Sessions.