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Littlefield Concert Hall - Mills College - March 19-20, 2018

Roscoe Mitchell Orchestra

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Littlefield Concert Hall - Mills College - March 19-20, 2018

Roscoe Mitchell

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Roscoe Mitchell, MainArtist - Gregory Howe, Producer

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NONAHNAHNAI
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WHA WHA
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Roscoe Mitchell, MainArtist - Gregory Howe, Producer

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FRENZY HOUSE
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Roscoe Mitchell, MainArtist - Gregory Howe, Producer

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