Biography

Eyvindur (Eyvind) Kang (b. Corvallis, Oregon, United States, around 1972) is an American composer, violinist, tubist, and erhu player. He was raised in Canada and the United States, and has since lived and worked in countries ranging from Italy to Iceland.

Kang’s work is difficult to classify, but can broadly be seen as a approach to music with , , and influences. However, each of his solo efforts is almost in a different genre. Kang has also worked with musicians including Mike Patton, John Zorn, Trey Spruance, Tim Young, Marc Ribot and Beck, supporting the latter during a 2000 tour of Japan. In addition, he has been a guest musician on many albums, including Bill Frisell’s Quartet (1994), Secret Chiefs 3’s Book M and playing the viola on five of Laura Veirs’ albums.

Kang lives on Vashon Island, near Seattle, Washington.

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Edited by keenanpepper on 10 Apr 2012, 11:26

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  • 1994
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  • Corvallis, Oregon, United States
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  • Eyvindur (Eyvind) Kang   (1994 - )
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