Ravish Momin

Year: 2018

Multiflora Productions Presents Turning Jewels Into Water in DC

Multiflora Productions has been killin’ it in DC, bringing an amazingly wide variety of global music to the area. We’re deeply honored to be presented twice! On Friday Oct.  19th, TJIW will perform at Georgetown University’s afternoon series, and on Saturday Oct. 20th, we’ll perform at the Flash of the Spirit Festival at the Anacostia

Rhythm Science Sound in Louisville KY

Rhythm Science Sound do great community-building work in Louisville KY. From their website: “Through our work, and the work of friends in communities all over the globe, we’ve seen that dance music has an unparalleled capacity to create community, facilitate the building, sharing, and mobilization of knowledge and culture, and spurs innovation and forward thinking

Solo US Tour-September 2018

I’ll be undertaking a solo US tour from Sept 25-30th as shown below.  I’ll be conducting workshops and masterclasses on the “Intersection of Music-technology, Improvisation and Global-rhythms.’  I’ll be artist-in-residence at Champlain College for a full day where I’ll also collaborate with students to create new electro-acoustic works for a culminating performance.  In addition to the

New Orleans Airlift: Porchlife (in Coney Island on Aug 4th)

STOMP meets electronic dance music.. 🙂 TurningJewelsIntoWater got to play the porch set up by New Orleans Airlift on Saturday, Aug. 4th.  While we didn’t get to play all the structures, this is what was available for us: “Strings are set along the first set of the railing. One side are bass strings, the other guitar strings. These are all

Bang on a Can Marathon 2018

We’d been honored to have been invited to perform at this years’ Bang on a Can Marathon on May 13 at NYU Skirball, which included the legendary Terry Riley, as well as artists such as Mazz Swift, Ethel Quartet, Xenia Rubinos, Stephin Merritt, et al.

Record Label Signing and Beyond

I just signed with FPE Records to bring TurningJewelsIntoWater into the world. Honored to share the roster with Debo Band (who’s “Ethiopiques” influences are among some of my all time fave life-changing records), Nicole M. Mitchell (who’s ‘Mandorla Awakening’ slayed Top 10/2017 charts across the board, and channeled the AACM “ancient to the future’ practice in earnest)