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Stephanie Richards' 'Gong' Resonates The Body's Frequency

Stephanie Richards. Source: Chris Weiss

Stephanie Richards' trumpet sounds like deep space wrapped around your head, a flood in the endless void. She has worked with many of the modern masters — including , , , and — and co-founded 's Asphalt Orchestra. Now, she's preparing her solo debut, .

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