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Ryan Jewell

Ryan Jewell studied percussion and electronic composition techniques at Capital University and has since studied drumset with Susie Ibarra and tabla with Dr. Lowell Lybarger. Ryan regularly works as a solo performer in the arenas of very quiet free improv and very loud harsh noise, and is often called to play drums for established free jazz musicians, experimental rock bands, and iconoclastic songwriters. His solo playing encompasses the worlds of free-jazz, electroacoustic composition and far-out noise from a drum kit, an oscillator and a selection of bowed and wind instruments and accessories. In addition to being a perpetual traveler of the US, he also toured extensively in Europe. He was invited to perform at such respected international festivals as the SOWIESO 1 festival in Paris, the Kraak Festival in Brussels, the International Noise Conference in Miami, and SXSW in Austin. He has collaborated with C. Spencer Yeh, Tatsuya Nakatani, Reuben Radding, Nate Wooley, Jack Wright, Christine Sehnaoui, Larry Marotta, Mike Shiflet, Hasan Abdur-Razzaq, Tom Abbs, David Boykin, Douglas Ewart (AACM), Graveyards, Envenomist, Wasteland Jazz Unit, Psychedelic Horseshit and Pink Reason..