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Jim Fox

Jim Fox
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Jim Fox’s music has been commissioned and performed by ensembles and soloists throughout the U.S. and presented at the Monday Evening Concerts, New Music America, Real Art Ways, Wires, the SCREAM Festival, the Ventura Chamber Music Festival, the CalArts Contemporary Music Festival, Podewil (Berlin), the Schindler House/SASSAS, REDCAT, the Ear Inn, L.A.C.E., and many similar venues. He has also scored feature films. He is the founder/director of the Cold Blue Music record label. He has designed the CD covers for most Cold Blue releases and a number of releases from other new music labels.
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http://http://www.jimfoxmusic.com/foxindex.html
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Releases on file (2)
Jim Fox — Black Water Jim Fox — Black Water
(Cold Blue CD0037, 2013, CD)
Various Artists — Cold Blue Two Various Artists — Cold Blue Two
(Cold Blue CB0036, 2012, CD)

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