Taylor Ho Bynum

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Wesleyan Magazine

Improvising a Life in Music
by Mike Sembos

If there’s one lesson to be learned from Bynum’s musical adventures, it’s one of insistently creating one’s own path with focus not only on the end goal, but also on the context. The old models can serve as a suitable foundation or reference, but they are only there to be used as launching pads.

“That’s what you do in life,” he says. “Life is not through-composed. Life is not through-improvised. Life is a navigation of those two forms.”

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